RB Leipzig: Kampl analyzes the first few days
Leipzig The debut of new coach Domenico Tedesco at RB Leipzig was a success. The team is showing a good performance, and can hardly be upset. The new philosophy is already known.
Domenico Tedesco’s early days as coach of RB Leipzig are history, and it already seems that the German Saxon football team is on its way, which everyone imagines – players, coaches and club officials.
The clear result of 4:1 (2:0) on the extremely inoffensive Borussia of Mönchengladbach brought back some euphoria in Leipzig, which looked lost after the past three league bankruptcies under Tedesco’s predecessor Jesse Marsh. But what does coach Tedesco do differently?
Midfield strategist Kevin Campbell tries to explain it.
“He was not able to pass on much new information to us in a few hours. His demand was to lure the opponent with more possession. Borussia should be surprised by the overload on the left. In addition, we must try to collect ourselves again and again from difficult situations. , not panic. It is possible because we are all excellent players.”
“I’ve got to let myself drop all the way to the left. We’ve actually played it that way sometimes under Ralph Rangnick. This is a hog mode, leaning in from the left half and starting the game from there. It worked out really well, and I felt very comfortable.”
“I think that once we really absorb the coach’s philosophy, we will improve a lot. We did well against Mönchengladbach, but we should have scored more goals. I think the coach is young and really wants to speed up. We want that too. I think we get along well.”