Ralf Rangnick

RB Leipzig's rise in the German football league system has been remarkable. Founded in 2009, the club started as a fifth-tier club. This weekend, the club solidified its runner-up standing in the second tier, earning promotion to the top tier of the Bundesliga for 2016-17.

Manager Ralf Rangnick deserves a lot of the credit for this season's success. The players celebrated their promotion by pouring beer over their coach. Unfortunately for him, he came away growling in pain, appearing to have a pulled hamstring.

Rangnick is sure to take the offseason to recover from his injury before managing in the Bundesliga. This is why American teams use Gatorade.

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