Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel tells Ralf Rangnick tale which made him quit bar job


“I still worked in the bar while I was a coach, and I still finished my economics studies. But he opened the door.

“At some point, you have to go through the door, and you are responsible for yourself to make the very best of opportunities.

“This is what I did because I had people like Ralf who supported me, and so many more, starting with my father and everybody on the way from there in my life.

“Telling the story from now, it’s easy to tell. But in these moments, [you have to] overcome your pride and to go to a bar and work for money and go to university.”



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