Born in Germany, but Croata as he wore and honoured his country’s vest, Niko Kovac received a message from Bayern Munich management on Sunday, November 3, that their co-operation, which had begun in 2018, had been resolved. The 48-year-old Kovac had has made a wonderful journey with Eintracht Frankfurt since 2016 when she took over her technical leadership. During that time, the team was constantly levelling, with May 2018 beating Bayern Munich, its subsequent team, in the final. Eintracht with Kovacs then had 91 games, 38 wins, 20 draws and 33 defeats, which is impressive for her.
Kovacs moved to Bavaria and Bayern, so it was reasonable for his plans to go higher. He won the championship in his first year, after several difficulties as it seemed that the new coach had not yet managed to find a bridge between some of the first-class players such as Thomas Muller, or Thiago Alcantara, who used him on different lines. , something the Spanish international did not like. This year’s season started off with some good results, but not good performances as the club’s goalkeeper Manuel Neuer admitted. So after the unbelievable but true 5-1 loss to Frankfurt by Eintracht, recently the knot has reached the scaffold, which the proverb says.
The administration decided to remove him. He put in place, at least temporarily, his former assistant, Hans Flick, with his experienced partner, Garland.
From now on, the administration has begun contacts to show that it will move on after a month, as its chairman, Ulli Hennes, has said. Enough candidates. Others can now, others from the summer and that will definitely play its part. The out-of-date, Hans Flick is not one of those cases that one might consider lost. In the past, we have seen many occasions of service coaches being fixed after doing well during the time they were given the opportunity. A recent example is the Norwegian, Solskjier at Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho, who also learns German, would love to take on the fortunes of the great Munich community. Ralph Ragnick, who is also a German is highly regarded by many in the administration. He is a man with many peculiarities and of course he is well versed in German philosophy and mentality. Alsatian Arsene Wenger would love to work in Bayern. His name is a guarantee in itself. Dutchman Erik Ten Hag of Ajax is also a very good move, and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge proposes him. The Ajax technician just wants to stay with the Dutch team until the summer of 2020 and then, whatever he decides, he thinks is right.
The German, Thomas Tuchel now coach of Paris Saint-Germain, is perhaps the one most wanted by most members of the administration. They know his job well and his job perfectly, and above all, he knows how to handle the big Paris vendets, which fits in well with what they want and want, but the point is that he recently renewed his contract with the French team and will hardly leave him. to leave her near.