Bertha BSC, who has been without a manager for two months due to the departure of Pal Cardie, is in a difficult situation. Should they have managed to avoid relegation and have been able to go into the Bundesliga, they would be on the lookout for new management. But even Fred BBC, as one of their leading directors and coaches, could not keep his position at the club.
President Kay Bernstein from Bundesliga club Bertha BSC would let Managing Director Fred BBC go to the German Football Association (DFB).
Yes, said Bernstein to a corresponding question in the kicker: I am always at the point of view: You should not stop tourists.
Nevertheless, BBC, if it goes after me, will work for a while in a responsible position at the capital city club.
When it comes to the possible interest of the DFB in BBC (51) as the successor to the handling director Oliver Bailiff adopted, you are presently moving in the field of theoretical. Prior to such a personnel get contours, I assume that both Fred and we as a club have a couple
Calls from Frankfurt/Main. And so far there have actually been no such thing, stressed Bernstein.
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Would the club boss (42) have requested a clear commitment from BBC to Bertha?
No. Fred BBC stated what he viewed to say in a conversation that he did not open, he said.
In his view, a possible departure would not be slap in the face for a setback or the club, however rather a typical worker in a totally overheated organization.