Ragnar Ache by Alex Orillac

Ragnar Ache

 

Country: Germany

Date of birth: 21/07/1998 (21 years old)

Place of birth: Frankfurt (Germany)

Height: 187cm

Youth career: Sparta Rotterdam

Current club: Eintracht Frankfurt (New Summer Transfer)

Squad number: 11

Current national team: Germany U-21

Position: centre-forward

Preferred foot: right

Market value (by transfermarkt.de): 900.000 €

Tournaments participated in: —

Contract until: 30.05.2025

Player’s agent: F4efootball

Transfer rumours: Just joined Frankfurt for €2 million

Similar type of player: Moussa Marega

 

Strengths:

– pace

– quick feet

– very aware of his surroundings

– tremendous aerial threat

 

Weaknesses:

– tall and skinny – it helps with his pace style of play, but could get bullied in the air by bigger
defenders

– not a very good dribbler, but makes up for it with his pace

– his tape doesn’t show ability to shoot from outside the box

– very injury prone, in the last 2 years he has missed 29 games

 

Style of play:

– target man/goal poacher

– his pace makes him deadly on the counter

– has great crossing ability, could even try playing on the wing

– will win a high percentage of balls that come up in the air

– very high awareness leads to him knowing when a teammate is in a better chance of scoring

– plays quick, doesn’t keep the ball for long in the build-up play

– knows how to position himself inside the box

– not afraid to take unorthodox or acrobatic shots

– very sick celebrations that keep the team energetic

 

He is best suited to playing as:

Centre-forward in 4-3-3.

 

Video:

 

League summary (as for 29 April 2020):

Eredivisie 2019/2020: 19 games/5 goals/3 assists (Sparta Rotterdam)

 

Description:

Ragnar Ache is one of the most underrated young German strikers in his age category. Currently, the other top strikers from his age group are Janni Serra and Mergim Berisha. In theory, it is some very fair competition, and Ache could actually overtake them after his move to Frankfurt. Ache seems poised to become the next great striker for Frankfurt. Coming fresh out of the Eredivisie playing for a mediocre Sparta Rotterdam, he still was productive scoring 5 goals and providing 3 assists. If he can stay injury-free, he has a great chance of becoming Frankfurt’s main man up front.

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