Tech & Science after false start and 3: 8 debacle: ICE Tigers separate from Coach Fishöder

15:25  25 september  2021
15:25  25 september  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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six games, just a victory and the last table space: the Nuremberg Ice Tigers have a false start to the new season - and now from their coach Frank Fisholies isolated.

Nicht mehr Trainer in Nürnberg: Frank Fischöder. © Picture Alliance / Sportfoto Zinc / Tha no longer coaches in Nuremberg: Frank Fishöder.

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The ICE Tigers had experienced a debacle on Friday evening at the hitherto Siegless Schwenninger Wild Wings and lost a debacle after DESOLATER 3: 8. One day later, the francs shared the separation of fish owder, whose contract expires to the end of the season due to a now drawn option. The 50-year-old was in office since summer 2020.

"Unfortunately, time this year is a luxury we do not have. We need results and believes that the team now needs a new impulse behind the gang," sports director Stefan Ustorf is quoted in a message from the Nuremberg. Background is the result of the delight for the first time this season from the del.

with fish owder must also go goalkeeper André Dietzsch. "I would like to thank Frank and André for the extremely hard work that you have done with the Nuremberg Ice Tigers," says Ustorf, which the team is temporarily training with co-trainer Manuel Kofler. A successor should be determined promptly.

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