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If you look at this from an MLS perspective it seems weird. From an executive track at a global company like Red Bull it makes all the sense in the world. Give a rising star a stretch assignment to see if they pass mustard. If they do, you have a new RB Leipzig coach in three to five years. If not, he has reached his level and you invest in him appropriately. Really appreciate Jesse’s guts. You gotta be in it to win it. As a fan, still not happy about it.

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Shut up, Dietrich.



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If you look at this from an MLS perspective it seems weird. From an executive track at a global company like Red Bull it makes all the sense in the world. Give a rising star a stretch assignment to see if they pass mustard. If they do, you have a new RB Leipzig coach in three to five years. If not, he has reached his level and you invest in him appropriately. Really appreciate Jesse’s guts. You gotta be in it to win it. As a fan, still not happy about it.

But even if Jesse does well, there is still a coach at every spot in the RB ranks, and the next Lepizg coach is probably gonna have his own staff he wants to hire and Jesse proably wont be it. He legit could be unemployed after this season just because the jobs are alll filled up.



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If you look at this from an MLS perspective it seems weird. From an executive track at a global company like Red Bull it makes all the sense in the world. Give a rising star a stretch assignment to see if they pass mustard. If they do, you have a new RB Leipzig coach in three to five years. If not, he has reached his level and you invest in him appropriately. Really appreciate Jesse’s guts. You gotta be in it to win it. As a fan, still not happy about it.

Wieners get passed the mustard, soldiers pass muster  :P



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But even if Jesse does well, there is still a coach at every spot in the RB ranks, and the next Lepizg coach is probably gonna have his own staff he wants to hire and Jesse proably wont be it. He legit could be unemployed after this season just because the jobs are alll filled up.

Jesse is only unemployed next season if he does a poor job at Leipzig. The Salzburg coach isnt going to be there forever. Or, hell be an assistant at Leipzig, just maybe not the #2 guy.

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Passing mustard may be my wurst joke yet. Leipzig on the brain.

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Passing mustard may be my wurst joke yet.


You hambungled the phrase!

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Jesse is only unemployed next season if he does a poor job at Leipzig. The Salzburg coach isnt going to be there forever. Or, hell be an assistant at Leipzig, just maybe not the #2 guy.

Or maybe he gets hired to manage a different team. Time will tell if it works out but I'm pretty sure Jesse didn't just spontaneously quit RBNY and book a flight to Germany. I'm sure there a handful of potential five-year plans mapped out and carefully considered.



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Jesse is only unemployed next season if he does a poor job at Leipzig. The Salzburg coach isnt going to be there forever. Or, hell be an assistant at Leipzig, just maybe not the #2 guy.

Again, unless you're saying Nagelsmann has no control over his staff, I don't see how that's a guarantee.


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Just look at this with common sense.. Mintzlaff especially, and now even Rangnick on some level clearly like Marsch a lot.  That Salzburg thing was very close to happening and now this happened.  THey've gone out of their way to bring him over.   

 

There is no chance he's out of a job after 1 season outside of relegation.



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Again, unless you're saying Nagelsmann has no control over his staff, I don't see how that's a guarantee.

Or, maybe they consulted with Nagelsmann before they made the move to bring Jesse in.  Whatever anyone thinks of Red Bull Global, Rangnick knows what he's doing.



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Again, unless you're saying Nagelsmann has no control over his staff, I don't see how that's a guarantee.

I don't really understand what you're going for here. Are we to believe a plausible situation is that Leipzig hired Nagelsmann, then signed Marsch to a two-year contract, all without a single person involved giving thought to what might happen in July 2019? Please explain further how you imagine this might have went down.



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I don't really understand what you're going for here. Are we to believe a plausible situation is that Leipzig hired Nagelsmann, then signed Marsch to a two-year contract, all without a single person involved giving thought to what might happen in July 2019? Please explain further how you imagine this might have went down.

I don't need to imagine anything.  Nagelsmann got hired before Marsch ever left to take this job.  Nagelsmann has a group of assistants who currently work for him.  Most times, unless those assitants get HC gigs they tend to go with the coach to the new job.  I don't see any place where Marsch gets a guarantee to be on the sideline past the offseason in 2019. 

 

He has a two year contract, but there's no guarantee that Nagelsmann keeps him on staff.  Is he now slated to be there?  Yes.   Does he get paid for it if he gets fired?   Yes.  But if Nagelsmann decides Marsch isn't working in his locker room in preseason, I don't think it's the HC who's getting the boot.

 

Will be very, very interesting to see how this plays out for Marsch, especially since Leipzig are likely taking a step back this season.


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Again, unless you're saying Nagelsmann has no control over his staff, I don't see how that's a guarantee.

If your two bosses are hiring a guy to be in your staff, i dont think Nagelsmann has a choice unless he declines to take the job. 

 

And Naglesmann is not going to decline since Leipzig is a step up in his career as manager,






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