Gabriele Lamm-Rangnick is famous for being an ex-spouse to the newly appointed interim manager of Manchester United, Ralf Rangnick.
He is the former Schalke, Hoffenheim, VfB Stuttgart boss and was at Lokomotiv Moscow as a manager of sports and development before resigning from his post to be with Manchester United.
She was married to her childhood sweetheart
Gabriele was married to her childhood sweetheart Ralf whom she met while at high school.
Gabriele was 15, while Ralf was 17 at the time. The exact date of their marriage is not known, but they were together for more than four decades before they decided to part ways in 2017.
Proud mother of two
Gabriele is the proud mother of her two grown-up sons, David and Kevin Rangnick.
Both David and Kevin are footballers. David, 26, played as a midfielder for the Austrian Regional League, Salzburg AK, in the 2016-17 season.
David studied medicine at a private university. According to David, he quickly realized that he did not have the talent to go professional.
He hung up his boot in 2017. Her other son, Kevin, 30, played for clubs like SG Sonnenhof and Backnang while in Germany.
What did her husband say about their divorce?
When asked about their divorce, Ralf replied, saying they went through an amicable divorce without anyone's involvement.
He further added, saying that everyone deserves a chance of a new life and a new partner in their lives.
Rangnick was at RB Leipzig when the couple got separated. At the time, he revealed being in touch and seeing his ex-wife regularly.
For their family, they bought the house in Mallorca together at the end of 2017.
Her ex-husband would be starting his work only after Mid-December
Manchester United was on the hunt for their new interim manager since the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on 21st November.
In the race, along with Rangnick, were other top candidates like Laurent Blanc, Zinedine Zidane, Michael Carrick, Ernesto Valverde, and Brendan Rodgers.
United announced Rangnick as their new interim manager on 29th November 2021, but Rangnick would be starting his work only after Mid-December because of a work permit.
He must go through the systematic process of acquiring a secure visa to work in the Premier League.
He must visit the English Football Association's Exception Panel to be granted a work permit.
He must isolate until receiving a negative PCR result, and if he receives a negative result, he will only be able to watch the match against Arsenal without his involvement before and during the game.
He is going to manage Premier League for the first time at 63
Rangnick is going to manage Premier League for the first time at 63. His bountiful coaching experience and success as a manager in his native Germany took his former club Hoffenheim from nowhere to the top half of Bundesliga within just two and a half years and RB Leipzig to the Champions League from the fourth division.
He is also the pioneer of Gegenpressing, where the team attempts to win back possession immediately after losing possession instead of falling back to the group.
The Gegenpressing tactics were inspirational to some of the top managers like Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel, and Bayern Munich head coach Julian Nagelsmann.
According to the sources, six of Jurgen Klopp's squad at Liverpool were developed by Rangnick.
Previously Chelsea also wanted to him after the dismissal of Frank Lampard, but he did not join the club because the club only wanted him for four months.
He will be at the helm of Manchester United for the next two years.
Upon the arrival of Rangnick, Jurgen Klopp said that the good and experienced coach who built two clubs from nowhere is coming to England.
He added that Manchester United would be built on the pitch, which is not good news for other teams.
Rangnick had a tough childhood growing up in a family of refugees. At a very young age, he started earning to help his family financially.
Because of his ill mother, his father would go to work early in the morning, leaving Rangnick to take care of her, which made Rangnick even more responsible.
He began his career with VfB Stuttgart in 1976. He was just 25 when he started his coaching career as a player-coach.
Many have praised his coaching style and philosophy and have achieved massive success with the clubs he has worked with and is regarded as "Godfather of German Football." His net worth from his successful career is given below:
|$10 million - $20 million||Football Manager, Football Executive, Former Player|
- The exact age of Gabriele is under review.
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