The Red Devils have a new coach
After a very mixed World Cup in terms of results, a new breath is expected with the hiring of Domenico Tedesco as manager of the Red Devils.
Domenico Tedesco, 37, will be the new coach of the Red Devils, making him the youngest ever. This perfect polyglot, who speaks German, Italian, English, French Spanish and Russian, has lived several lives before becoming a manager.
His history is linked to his name, Tedesco meaning “German” in Italian. His family left Italy and moved to the Stuttgart region when he was still a child, and he of course joined the great football club Vfb Stuttgart in 2008.
Tedesco was initially a brilliant industrial engineering and innovation management student, but he was more interested in football than in his studies. After an internship at a local newspaper, he briefly considered becoming a sports journalist, but in the end decided to become a full time coach in 2013. As a coach, he enjoyed great success in Germany, where he worked with the youth teams of Vfb Stuttgart and other clubs before taking charge of FC Spartak Moscow in Russia.
Today, Tedesco is taking on a new challenge as coach of the Red Devils. His youth, linguistic versatility and experience in various European championships make him a bold and promising choice for the Belgian national team. It’s clear that Tedesco has already lived several lives and has a lot to offer as a coach.
We look forward to seeing how he leads the Devils in the future.