‘FA sees in German Rangnick’s successor dismissed Allardyce’
The English football association FA wants with the German Ralf Rangnick to the table to talk about the follow-up from coach Sam Allardyce, who on Tuesday was fired.
According to Sky Sports, the 58-year-old trainer, a prominent candidate for the vacant position at the English national team to fill in.
Rangnick is currently the technical director of Red Bull Leipzig, the club in his first Bundesliga-season after five duels seventh. In the past, he was the trainer of VfB Stuttgart, Hannover 96, Schalke 04 and Hoffenheim.
Video: Allardyce way as a coach, after disclosures about transfers
Allardyce was Tuesday after 67 days dismissed as coach of England. There were images of the Englishman surfaced in which he undercoverjounalisten of The Telegraph a lucrative deal wanted to close on the advise the illegal transferpraktijken.
The tasks of Allardyce to be the next four competitions observed by Gareth Southgate, while the FA is looking for a permanent successor.
Meanwhile, there are more English coaches who are accused of taking bribes. One of them is Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. The coach of Queens Park Rangers is about now with his club in conversation.
Tommy Wright, assistant coach of Barnsley, is his job, even though you lost. On images was to see that he £ 5000 and trading of undercoverjournalisten in exchange for attracting players of the fictitious investment company.
Hasselbaink in talks with clubleiding QPR after allegations