Marco Ragini is wonderful person, professional coach and former soccer player. Marco originally from San-Marino. Now he is coaching in Mongolia. He had worked in Italy, Switzerland, Holland, France, Lithuania, Slovakia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria. So enjoy his interview. And if you would love to know more about him here is his fb page Marco Ragini Coach UEFA PRO J BN: How many years you work as a coach? Why do you want this soccer coach job? Marco Ragini: started working in football at age 6 as a player and at age 28 as a coach. I chose this job because I have a passion for this sport in my DNA. In particular as a coach. Even when I played I was already a coach in the pitch! I like having responsibilities and I like being a leader. I've never been afraid or hesitant about making decisions. I love "celebral situations". JBN: You coaching geography looks impressive. In which countries have you worked? Where do you like the most? Where you plan or would like to move? Marco Ragini: I consider myself a lucky man, because I do the most fascinating job in the world and also gives me the chance to see part of the world !! In fact until now I have worked in Italy, Switzerland, Holland, France, Lithuania, Slovakia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Mongolia. 3 continents .... for the moment ... Europe, Africa, Asia. JBN: Now you live and work in Mongolia. It seems another world for me. What impressed you most there? Marco Ragini: Surely Mongolia is the place that fascinated me most for the socio-cultural and landscape situation. Here in Mongolia it is a mix between the millennial oriental culture and the globalization. These things go hand in hand! Unbelievable. JBN: What challenges are you looking for in this soccer coach position? Marco Ragini: Now I would like to change the continent as my next target. I would like a new challenge to go to work in the USA. Actually USA are in great evolution under the football plan. It would be interesting to bring here all my experiences cultivated in my clubs, nations, and past continents. In addition I feel strong because my training as a coach in the most qualified place in the world, at the COVERCIANO TECHNICAL CENTER in Italy, also called the football university in the wirld !! Have the maximum license (UEFA PRO or MASTER of the First Category). JBN: Describe a typical work week for soccer coach position? Marco Ragini: This work is fascinating because never repetitive, each team requires a specific type of preparation and particular work. Every week is different from another for workloads and for quality and type. It also depends on the adversary that will be faced. The training sessions vary and are divided according to the set goal! I sort out these sessions in a single session (daily), the "micro cycle" which is a training schedule for a week, and finally "cycle month". Then you have to think about taking into account many factors, logistic, climatic, level, etc. Like all professionals ... JBN: Name please your favorite couches... Marco Ragini: I have maximum esteem for some of my colleagues, in particular for Marcelo Bielsa nicknamed "El Loco". He for me ... it's football. A professor, not like many emblazoned coaches but I think they are fake coaches, just from cover and good from the media point of view. But "El Loco" is the true professor. He is a profound technical and tactical connoisseur and has the added value of complete empathy with all his players. Many Years ago, I following him and I studied when he was training in Bilbao for 3 weeks. JBN: Do you have some traditions before game if you fallow them it helps you win? Marco Ragini: I'm not particularly superstitious, but I'm methodical before a game. I take care of every detail, especially the logistical ones, because to alleviate all the little logistical problems to my players, it allows him not to waste stupid mental energy, fundamental for the game that will be played shortly ... JBN: Soccer for you is... Marco Ragini: For me football is life , passion to the maximum power, pure emotion, a psychophysical energy to unleash and a challenge with myself, to overcome myself at every game! Like every coach I demand the best from myself and from my players and collaborators, all in unison in the same direction! But this is not always enough. To be a winning coach you need to stand out from other colleagues. We need to do something extra special! To be better in something ... JBN: Your srtongest sides as a coach are... Marco Ragini: Me, of my qualities, I think I have 3 winning things, 3 of my strongest sides: The first is my strong communication skills. Communication in sport, especially in team sports. The second is the empathic relationship I have with my players. This in the economy of the season is essential in making a group and a team in particular cohesive. Knowing everyone's needs and sharing them is essential. The third is the ability to read the current game, knowing how to change tactical modules or change players and various corrections during the game.
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Marco Ragini is wonderful person, professional coach and former soccer player. Marco originally from San- Marino. Now he is coaching in Mongolia. He had worked in Italy, Switzerland, Holland, France, Lithuania, Slovakia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria. So enjoy his interview. And if you would love to know more about him here is his fb page Marco Ragini Coach UEFA PRO J BN: How many years you work as a coach? Why do you want this soccer coach job? Marco Ragini: started working in football at age 6 as a player and at age 28 as a coach. I chose this job because I have a passion for this sport in my DNA. In particular as a coach. Even when I played I was already a coach in the pitch! I like having responsibilities and I like being a leader. I've never been afraid or hesitant about making decisions. I love "celebral situations". JBN: You coaching geography looks impressive. In which countries have you worked? Where do you like the most? Where you plan or would like to move? Marco Ragini: I consider myself a lucky man, because I do the most fascinating job in the world and also gives me the chance to see part of the world !! In fact until now I have worked in Italy, Switzerland, Holland, France, Lithuania, Slovakia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Mongolia. 3 continents .... for the moment ... Europe, Africa, Asia. JBN: Now you live and work in Mongolia. It seems another world for me. What impressed you most there? Marco Ragini: Surely Mongolia is the place that fascinated me most for the socio-cultural and landscape situation. Here in Mongolia it is a mix between the millennial oriental culture and the globalization. These things go hand in hand! Unbelievable. JBN: What challenges are you looking for in this soccer coach position? Marco Ragini: Now I would like to change the continent as my next target. I would like a new challenge to go to work in the USA. Actually USA are in great evolution under the football plan. It would be interesting to bring here all my experiences cultivated in my clubs, nations, and past continents. In addition I feel strong because my training as a coach in the most qualified place in the world, at the COVERCIANO TECHNICAL CENTER in Italy, also called the football university in the wirld !! Have the maximum license (UEFA PRO or MASTER of the First Category). JBN: Describe a typical work week for soccer coach position? Marco Ragini: This work is fascinating because never repetitive, each team requires a specific type of preparation and particular work. Every week is different from another for workloads and for quality and type. It also depends on the adversary that will be faced. The training sessions vary and are divided according to the set goal! I sort out these sessions in a single session (daily), the "micro cycle" which is a training schedule for a week, and finally "cycle month". Then you have to think about taking into account many factors, logistic, climatic, level, etc. Like all professionals ... JBN: Name please your favorite couches... Marco Ragini: I have maximum esteem for some of my colleagues, in particular for Marcelo Bielsa nicknamed "El Loco". He for me ... it's football. A professor, not like many emblazoned coaches but I think they are fake coaches, just from cover and good from the media point of view. But "El Loco" is the true professor. He is a profound technical and tactical connoisseur and has the added value of complete empathy with all his players. Many Years ago, I following him and I studied when he was training in Bilbao for 3 weeks. JBN: Do you have some traditions before game if you fallow them it helps you win? Marco Ragini: I'm not particularly superstitious, but I'm methodical before a game. I take care of every detail, especially the logistical ones, because to alleviate all the little logistical problems to my players, it allows him not to waste stupid mental energy, fundamental for the game that will be played shortly ... JBN: Soccer for you is... Marco Ragini: For me football is life , passion to the maximum power, pure emotion, a psychophysical energy to unleash and a challenge with myself, to overcome myself at every game! Like every coach I demand the best from myself and from my players and collaborators, all in unison in the same direction! But this is not always enough. To be a winning coach you need to stand out from other colleagues. We need to do something extra special! To be better in something ... JBN: Your srtongest sides as a coach are... Marco Ragini: Me, of my qualities, I think I have 3 winning things, 3 of my strongest sides: The first is my strong communication skills. Communication in sport, especially in team sports. The second is the empathic relationship I have with my players. This in the economy of the season is essential in making a group and a team in particular cohesive. Knowing everyone's needs and sharing them is essential. The third is the ability to read the current game, knowing how to change tactical modules or change players and various corrections during the game.
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Marco Ragini: For me football is life