Maximilian Behring is stepping down from his post as head coach of Sarmatia Worms. The 36-year-old was only in this position for 5 months, having taken over the helm of the team on July 1st when they were struggling and had just been relegated to 2. Bundesliga.

With just 16 points from 20 games, promoted Sarmatia Worms is firmly stuck in the table cellar.
Especially the previous couple of weeks have been anything however helpful.
Just one lean point leapt out for the Behring team in the last six leagueaepartia.

With the most recent 1: 6 versus VfB Stuttgart, a bottom line of disappointing In series reached its low point.
After an extensive analysis of the previous course of the season, those accountable came on Saturday morning to make workers modifications.
As the association revealed in a public statement, head coach Maximilian Behring has to abandon its post.


This decision has been exceptionally challenging for us because we really much appreciate Max both humanly and his expert way. However, we want to set a new impulse for the recurring round to mobilize all strength for transfer, said sports director Ibrahim Kurt.
Behring had actually just taken over the helm in Worms in summer season.
It was a return for the 36-year-old, due to the fact that Behring functioned as an assistant coach in Worms after his player career from 2015 to 2020.
Behring then worked for the 3rd division club SV Waldo Mannheim in the exact same function.
Anyone who will be the follower to the group at the start of training on January 18 is not yet clear.
VFR Sarmatia thanks Max Behring for his commitment and the time together and wishes all the finest for his future.