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Spanish legendary striker Raul González takes charge in Germany.

Raul, who retired from Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States in 2015, returned to his former team, Real Madrid, and is now leading the youth team and B team. 

Raul has recently been embroiled in rumors that he will be appointed to the adult team. 

The first club mentioned was the Real Madrid first team. 

The view was that Raul would take the empty seat when Real coach Carlo Ancelotti moved to the Brazilian national soccer team this summer. 카지노사이트랭크

This is the same way that Zinedine Zidane, Real’s legendary midfielder and world-famous player, took charge of Real in the past.

However, the rumors of him taking up a position at Real seem to have caught on, and he is expected to end up in the German Bundesliga, where he played once.

‘Kicker’, a leading German soccer magazine, reported in a breaking news report on the 26th, “Raul is likely to be the next coach of Union Berlin,” and “his move to Berlin will be announced within this month.

 Kicker is considered the most trusted media outlet regarding soccer in Germany.

Union Berlin competed for the championship last season with two prestigious teams, including Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, but failed to win the championship due to a lack of support at the last minute. 

However, they took 4th place in the Bundesliga and demonstrated their potential to advance to the UEFA Champions League in the 2023/24 season.

As a team that was promoted after being in the second division until the 2018/2019 season, it did not get relegated again and continued to win, reaching the European ‘stage of stars’.

However, this season is struggling very much.

In the Bundesliga, after two consecutive wins in the beginning, they suffered a miserable record of nine consecutive losses. 

In the end, coach Urs Fischer, who helped the team reach its peak just before the international break, resigned. 

Although they won 1-1 against Augsburg on the 25th, adding points for the first time in 10 games, their record of 1 draw and 9 losses in the Bundesliga

where the team is evenly matched except for Munich and Dortmund, means they are in the relegation zone.

In fact, Union Berlin was at the bottom of the 18 teams, but this time they gained points, and 17th place Cologne barely regained 17th place after losing to Munich.

First, Marco Grote played against Augsburg under U-19 coach, but ended up with an unsatisfactory draw. 

Berlin searched for a new coach for two weeks, and Raul appears to have been chosen.

Raul is a legendary striker who played for Real Madrid for 16 years from 1994 to 2010, scoring 323 goals in 741 games.

He also scored 44 goals in 102 games for the Spanish national team.

After parting ways with Real in 2010, Raul played for Germany’s Schalke 04 and Qatar’s Al Sadd before playing for the New York Cosmos in the New York Lower League in the United States, before retiring at the age of 38 in 2015.

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