Miroslav Klose (43) could apparently take over the coaching office at 1. FC Kaiserslautern before the upcoming relegation against Dynamo Dresden. According to Sport1, managing director Thomas Hengen is urged.
The current FCK coach Marco Antwerp was apparently just before the outlook after the 0-2 defeat against Viktoria Cologne at the weekend, which made direct ascent impossible. Antwerp initially remained in office, but during the week there should be a crisis discussion between Hengen and the trainer.
Antwerp had saved Kaiserslautern from relegation last season and now led to the relegation, where it goes against Dynamo Dresden on May 20 and 24. Most recently, the team collected three defeats in a row. Antwerpen’s contract expires in summer, and if he ascents would automatically extend.
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According to the kölner Express, there was contact between Klose and Hengen before 1: 3 against Borussia Dortmund’s reserve at the end of April. After two years as head coach of the U17 of FC Bayern Munich, Klose acted as an assistant coach of Hansi Flick in the 2020/21 season. A year ago, the DFB record goal scorer, who once played as active for Kaiserslautern, got his coaching license.