Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Football Reporting
Football Reporting


Survey results: Rangnick and Flick are the favourites for the Germany job


Tuesday brought the news that Joachim Low will leave the Germany national team job following the Euro 2020 tournament this summer and the search is now on for his successor.

Following Tuesday’s announcement, we ran a survey on MARCA In English asking readers to select who the most likely replacements are.

Four options – Jurgen Klopp, Hansi Flick, Ralf Rangnick and Lotthar Matthaus – were put to readers, as well as the option for the job to go to somebody else.

After 24 hours, the candidate with the most votes in the poll was Rangnick with 31 percent, closely followed by current Bayern Munich boss Flick.

Klopp collected 19 percent of the votes, although he has already publicly ruled himself out for now.

Matthaus then took 10 percent, which was even less than 12 percent allocated for potential other candidates.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

What is clear is that there is no clear frontrunner at this time and the German federation have their work cut out as they try to fill a dugout that has been occupied since 2006.

The poll is still open below, so you can still have your say if you haven’t already.

Source link

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Manchester United

Kobbie Mainoo has not featured for Manchester United this season due to injury but he looks set to play his way into Erik ten...

AC Milan

Since the derby defeat, AC Milan have received criticism on several fronts and above all their head coach Stefano Pioli. Almost everything, however, has...

AC Milan

Mike Maignan picked up a minor muscle discomfort in the game against Newcastle and will not be available against Verona tomorrow. Marco Sportiello is...


MANCHESTER UNITED have confirmed former Arsenal doctor Gary O’Driscoll will join as the head of sports medicine at the club. O’Driscoll spent 14 years at Arsenal...