Marco Rose is one of the most promising coaches in European football. The former pro, who played for some mid-to-low table sides in Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 as a defender, first came onto the super coaching radar when he was on the sidelines of RB Salzburg.
His style of play – fast, high pressing lines, counter-attacking yet dominant – is reminiscent of Klopp’s Dortmund side from the early 2010s. He’s known as a good communicator and liked by his players. At Gladbach, he has formed Flo Neuhaus, Matthias ginter, Marcus Thuram, Denis Zakaria and Ramey Bensebaini into players destined for top 10 european clubs.
Today it has been confirmed that he will be heading to Dortmund in the summer; an awkward one, as they are a direct competitor for a champions league spot and both teams will also face each other in the next round of the German Cup.