According to matching media reports, Max Eberl will settle its office as a Rouven Schröders director at Borussia Mönchengladbach. The search for a successor is already running on full-speed – and Gladbach allegedly looks to FC Schalke 04.
- Gladbach collected cancellation of Christoph Spycher
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So “Sky” has learned that the responsible persons of Borussia have already contacted Rouven Schröder from FC Schalke 04. Thus, you can imagine the Rouven Schröders director of the royal blue good in Gladbach.
In addition, Dieter Hecking, which the Gladbacher supervised from January 2017 to May 2019 as head coach, traded as Eberl successor. According to “picture”, the 57-year-old could act together with the former Borussen player Martin Stranzl in the athletic lead. However, Hecking is currently Rouven Schrödering board at the 1st FC Nuremberg.
According to “SKY”, however, the ex-coach is not an issue in the club of the Lower Rhine.
Gladbach collected cancellation of Christoph Spycher
A cancellation has conceded Gladbach according to the TV station by Christoph Spycher, Rouven Schröders director at the Young Boys Bern.
More: Network reactions to the Eberl-Hammer at Gladbach
For 13 years, Eberl is Rouven Schröder director in Gladbach. Successful things drew him, made him one, whose name was already associated with FC Bayern. But from his splendor is currently only little left.
Gladbach: is Max Eberl already a quote?
The messaged season lets you doubt Eberl. The new trainer Adi Hütter – brought for 7.5 million in Eintracht Frankfurt – not yet lit. The cadre farming criticized criticized.
Meanwhile, “increasing transverse elements and disagreements within the association”, the transmitter finds “Sky”, according to “Rouven Schröder1”, long-standing companions believe that Eberl is “offset by his straight way”.
“In the industry, the rumor has been the rumor, Eberl could have an interesting offer of another club,” writes the “kicker”.
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