Round 28: Jesdul is no longer coaching Team 1. FC Cologne

For Marcos Guisdall, the end of his time as coach of Team 1. FC Cullen – penultimate schedule confirms what was previously reported by the media. The caliph will be announced soon.

Marcus Guisdall stood motionless in front of his bench and then vanished into the catacombs after applauding his players.

He said goodbye after 2: 3 (1: 1) bankruptcy 1. FC Cologne In a landing duel with FSV Mainz 05 Also as a coach for Rainlander. Shortly before midnight Sunday, the club confirmed their separation from the 51-year-old Sports 1 The newspaper “Express” reported that shortly after the eighth match without a victory in the German Bundesliga. The Cologne-based company wants to provide information on Khalifa as soon as possible, with Mr. Friedhelm Funkel as a candidate.

Sports director Horst Heldt, who had not commented after the match, justified the separation by the lack of good results. “With the change of coach we want to give the team a new push for this crucial stage with a new constellation,” Hildt said according to the announcement and thanked Gisdoll for his work. In the remaining six games, the class should now definitely be able to stay in the classroom.

“The team and my coaching team have invested everything to the end to achieve good results with good performances,” said Jesdul, who has been working in Cologne since November 2019. But from the past eight matches, FC only has garnered two points.

With 23 points, the Cologne team fell to 17th, behind Armenia Bielefeld and Hertha Berlin (both are 26th). For Mainz, who rose to 14th with 28 points, Jean-Paul Bottius (11th), Karim Onisio (65th) and Leandro Barreiro (90 + 2) scored their first win in RheinEnergieStadion. “A great win,” said the happy Barrero. “A wild game,” said coach Bo Svenson, who did not like the performance in the first half. Ondrej Duda (43./ penalty kick) and Alice Skhiri (61.) scored the club’s goals.

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After the bitter end in front of Mainz, captain Jonas Hector crouched in front of a gang for minutes and explained his reaction like this: “Of course, you get upset about the game we lost. We dropped goals so easily.” However, the former national player didn’t want to know anything about relegation.

Gisdol was able to pull back two of the top performers after long hiatuses due to injury. Florian Caines was in the starting line-up for the first time this season after knee surgery, and striker Sebastian Anderson, who had to take a break due to knee problems, returned to the starting line-up four months later.

But the guests, who experienced improvement with their coach Svenson, showed a more mature playing system. Mainz, who had recently been unbeaten four times in a row, took an early 1-0 lead thanks to a sudden right-footed shot from Bottius.

Colony’s team coped well with the deficit, had two good chances to score through Anderson (19/20) and put Rheinheesen under more pressure with a lot of effort, but without creating much opportunity. Only the hand penalty introduced after the video evidence, which Doda was able to turn, resulted in a draw. FC Goalkeeper Timo Horn prevented Mainz from a two-goal lead after Moses Niakhati shot.

In the match, which was generally balanced and stalled due to numerous injuries, Marius Wolff had the opportunity to take the lead in favor of FC, who was better in the second half of the match, but only saw him fall on the aluminum bars. Goalkeeper Robin Zentner crossed (58). Three minutes later, Skhiri was doing better. He hit his head after an introductory action by Jonas Hector made the score 2-1 for the homeowners, but Onnisio leveled the score immediately. Barreiro even let Mainz cheer for the all-important win in injury time – which might have cost Gisdol the job.

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