Markus Weinzierl has announced his surprise resignation from his FC Axburg coaching post and has revealed a sick relationship with manager Stephen Reuters. After the 2-1 win over SpVgg Greuther Fürth, the former returnee said, “I really wanted to stay here longer.” “For me, the right decision is not to talk anymore.” Vincierl had only one contract with FC Augsburg until the end of June. The “many reasons” would have been decisive in the end to say goodbye.
Manager Reuters did not start with coach Waincier. “No, but he’ll take care of it now,” the 47-year-old coach said on the television station The sky To the relevant question. After a month-long process, he finally made the decision the day before the last home game – and knocked out Reuters. When asked if the relationship with Weinzier had broken down, the former national player replied, “I have no opinion.”
Reuters responded angrily to this sudden farewell. “It was a big surprise for me.”, he said. The former national player pointed out that he would sit down next week and then make an appointment with Weinzier to talk about the future. There was a clear timetable. “I will not ignore him, but his decision must be accepted,” Reuters said.
There is no timetable for finding a coach. “We’ll sit down and find the right coach for FC Augsburg,” Reuters said. When asked if he would still be at FC Augsburg after the summer, the 55-year-old replied: “You might assume so.” There have long been speculations about possible Weinzierl heirs. According to information from Game Shoot Enrico Massen, coach of Borussia Dortmund II, was one of the candidates. Preliminary talks are said to have taken place. Weinzierl wants to take a long vacation now.
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