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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