World Hütter promises: "Become our way to the end"
Bundesliga: That was Saturday, that comes on Sunday
Hoppla, what are the Bavarians doing there. Before deciding to return the title champion in the Champions League with the second leg at Paris Saint-Germain, the Munich in the Football Bundesliga strew against the Iron from Berlin. © Andreas Gebert / Reuters-Pool / DPA Trainer Hansi Flick and Bayern travel in many ways struck to Paris. Will it be exciting in the master fight again? The pursuer is ready.
Frankfurt am Main (SID) - After the redeeming return to the trail, Adi Hütter puffed deep through. "We have given the answer. That we won the game, that's balm on the wounds," the coach assured from Eintracht Frankfurt after the 2-0 (0: 0) against FC Augsburg. The turbulent days after his change of change apparently have nevertheless left traces.
Hütter was "completely satisfied", on the bustle after the announcement of his change and the hearty bankruptcy at his future employer Borussia Mönchengladbach (0: 4), but he responded . "There is nothing between my team and me - no sheet," announced the 51-year-old, "I do not let me talk bad about a single defeat."
Failure threatens: Worry about key figure Stindl
Bad message before the spicy duel with Eintracht Frankfurt and Adi Hütter: Borussia's captain is probably missing on Saturday. However, coach Marco Rose also welcomes two power carriers back in training. © Imago Images Will Gladbach against Frankfurt are probably missing: Lars Stindl.
Finally, the first qualification for the premier class is approaching. "I am looking forward to the entire club that the opportunity continues to live to achieve a historical moment in Frankfurt," said the Austrian. Startelf Returners Martin Hinteregger (37.) and Andre Silva (58.) With his 24th goal of the season, the Eintracht was at least temporarily shot in three place.
Against Bayer Leverkusen, Hütter wants to go another big step on Saturday (18.30 pm / sky). "Everything will not help if you do not do your own tasks. We have a great month of April until now," said the Eintracht coach and promised: "We will go to our way to the end."
Ginter: Hütters Art Fits to Mönchengladbach .
Football National Matthias Ginter is looking forward to working with the future coach Adi Hütter at Borussia Mönchengladbach. © Thilo Schmuelgen / Reuters-Pool / DPA Trainer Adi Hütter comes from Frankfurt to Mönchengladbach. "He makes a quiet, factual and down-to-earth impression and comes with cool over. That fits, I believe, well to Gladbach, "said the 27-year-old in an interview of the" Sport Image ". "It's natural for me, who is coach.