Ex-national player Stefan Effenberg (53) has practiced harsh criticism of President Rolf King (80) by Borussia Mönchengladbach. “Actually, such a man in such a leadership position has lost nothing when he deals with humans,” said Effenberg in the Sport1 -Doppelpass.
King had with awkward and empathous statements in the direction of the resigned sports director Max Eberl (“We have done everything to keep him to turn him over”) at the press conference on Friday for negative attention.
Eintracht Frankfurt’s CEO Axel Hellmann (50) still looks chance that Eberl returns to the Bundesliga bench. “I believe that he will treat the tank again and then get back again. He wrote one of the largest success stories of the last ten years with infinite commitment in Gladbach. That goes to the bones,” he expressed in the double pass.
About details of the separation, however, was not spoken. “We did not talk about contracts yet,” said Borussia’s Vice President Rainer Bonhof in the double pass.
Konhof continues: “We have to respect the situation of Max Eberl and not the contractual things. Everything else is still out.” The contract of the 48-year-old Eberl at the five-time German champion still has a term until 2026.
Bonhof, World Champion of 1974, said to the possible succession Eberls: “In the rest lies the strength. We have led first talks with Steffen Korell (Gladbach’s Chefscout, D.Red.). He said that the first row is not his world “
The Borussia, however, let go time: “We will be able to develop something in peace and internally, who will replace Max Eberl. We will not break it over the knee.”
Bonhof demonstrates Zakaria change to Juve
Bonhof also expressed a transfer of Denis Zakaria to Juventus Turin to the lasting rumors. “We have nothing in my hands in principle,” said Gladbach’s vice-president.
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He spoke of a desire, but no concrete offerings for the Eidgenossen, who will definitely leave the club at the end of the season. As a transfer plus bonus payments, an amount of seven million euros is colensioned. The winter transfer window in Germany ends on Monday evening.