Schalke 04: Schneiders Wagner-Loyalty Is the next Werder Bremen Schalke? – Bundesliga

Schalke totter like a Relegated!

The 1:4 defeat against Wolfsburg was the 15. Winless game in series. The former Champions League club (8 times) crashes always alarming, is only saved by the strong first half of the season (30 points) this time.

The next Werder Schalke?

Sporting Director Jochen Schneider (49) wants to go with crisis coach David Wagner (48) in the new season, is faithful to him. As Bremen’s bosses to Florian Kohfeldt (37), with Werder now deep in the abyss of the 2. League looks…

Schneider makes the historical Negative series, especially on extreme bad luck with injuries (against Wolfsburg, 9 failures), says to the IMAGE: “David Wagner is a good coach. If a good team is available, he will play good football.“

According to IMAGE-information Schneider Wagner’s Loyalty even further. If a majority of the Board call to fire the coach, he would not implement the decision and, if necessary, even throw out can.

Honor value, but also risky. Reminder: Nuremberg’s Ex-sporting Director Andreas Bornemann (48/now St. Pauli) was also in the Nibelungen-Loyalty to coach Michael Köllner (50/now 1860 Munich). In February 2019, the Club shaved then both.

And what Wagner says?

In the ZDF sports Studio, he answered the question of whether he was the right man for a rebuild: “Yes, of course. There are very clear explanations for what we have done until mid-February. And there are just as for the current Situation we are not successful. It is my job, these statements and facts, to gather, to Express and to draw the right Lessons from it.“

Presumably s’s staff‘also to personnel measures in Wagner. Schalke turn the small adjusting screws, because of the shortage of debt-the club (197 million Euro Bad) has hardly any coal for large reinforcements.

The more important the coach is. The winner is the first half of the season or the loser of the second round of the true Wagner?

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