As of: 06.11.2019 09:47
Numerous names of more or less important coaches were traded as candidates for Mirko Slomka's successor in Hannover 96, but now it looks like a surprise blow from the second division of football. According to numerous German and Swiss press articles, the Swiss Alexander Frei is the desired solution for Lower Saxony. The former 40-year-old Dortmund Bundesliga professional (34 games in 74 games) would have the blessing of the supervisory board and shareholders, according to "sportbuzzer".
Free against Heidenheim on the bench?
Frei is currently coaching the U18s of his club, FC Basel. Previously, he was after the end of his active career from 2013 to 2015 FC Lucerne's sports director.
Now, the former striker appeals to Ottmar Hitzfeld as a mentor and six months ago at Lucien Favre in Dortmund hospitierte, the career jump to Germany. "Although Alex is fortunate, but he also needs to be intensively accompanied and benefit from support in the environmental field," said Martin Andermatt, former controller of the 96 series. , at the "Sport Buzzer".
How quickly free in Basel the publication – which is supposed to exist an exit clause – gets, and if he is already at the upcoming match in Heidenheim on Sunday (13.30, in the live center of Good king News) will sit on the 96-Bank, is still open. Currently, the former co-coach Asif Saric and Lars Barlemann lead the training in Lower Saxony.
Hanover 96: Coach Slomka has to leave
sports club – 03.11.2019 22:50 pm Author: Jan Neumann
The second division football, Hannover 96, sacked his coach Mirko Slomka and thus pulled the consequences of a second division season until then mediocre.