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Four weeks after leaving Mainz, Achim Beierlorzer ventures public. He's not doing himself a favor, says SPORT1 reporter Christopher Michel.
"The dismissal came as a surprise after a strange week." Achim Beierlorzer's opening statement at the TV talk Sky 90 - The Football Debate was the beginning of an appearance that the former coach of FSV Mainz 05 should have done without just four weeks after his dismissal.
The Franconian, who was no longer tenable after a 1: 4 against VfB Stuttgart, even admitted: "Of course a lot has gone through your head. But I haven't quite finished my analysis." It was Beierlorzer's strongest seconds this Sunday morning.
Mainz fires coach Beierlorzer after losses, player unrest
MAINZ, Germany — Bundesliga club Mainz fired its coach Achim Beierlorzer on Monday after the team lost its first two Bundesliga games and players boycotted a training session. Mainz said assistant coach Jan-Moritz Lichte will take charge of the team “until further notice” and the club will continue an investigation of the team's troubled start to the season. Mainz players refused to take part in a training session on Wednesday in a dispute over the status of striker Adam Szalai. The club said the 32-year-old Hungarian forward wouldn't get playing time this season and he was sent to train with the under-23 team.
Beierlorzer appearance causes astonishment
Otherwise, however, the 52-year-old's words were confused and shaky, there was a lack of self-reflection and, above all, the urgently needed self-criticism. The native Franconian put himself on very thin ice with his explanations, after all, his contract with the 05ers runs until 2022.
According to SPORT1 information, the Rheinhessen people were accordingly amazed - both about the content and the time in to kick the public.
First and foremost,. The Hungary, which is very popular in the team, was informed by Beierlorzer and sports director Rouven Schröder after the 2019/20 season that they were no longer planning with him. But all of a sudden the attacker in the DFB Cup against Havelse was needed at the first opportunity and scored to make it 2-1.
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"He was a squad player and hadn't found another club. Then it's normal for me to work with the players who are in training," said Beierlorzer, explaining his measure, which must be described as naive. On the one hand, Mainz wanted to demonstrate toughness, on the other hand, in an initial shaky situation against a fourth division club, there was no getting around Szalai - a sign of poor communication.Causa Szalai and players' strike as a stumbling block
After all, it was the only time when Beierlorzer was a bit self-critical: "Maybe we would have had to crack down on Daniel Baier in Augsburg or Holger Badstuber in Stuttgart." Overall,
Szalai no longer performed at the desired level: "Whether it was playing times, goals or shots on goal - that was all too little. He was no longer planned for the way we wanted to play."
There was no "quarrel and scandal", but the relationship was not completely unburdened: "Adam is not the easiest player when it comes to critical situations." But he did not want to go into any more detail - according to Beierlorzer - but personally he had nothing against Szalai.
Why the black switch increases the pressure on Lichte
Lichte himself knows about his situation: "Of course the situation feels different than if the club had said: 'Here's a three-year contract.' But every coach has to deliver day after day. I don't feel any particular pressure from that. " But: Black dismissal gives financial leeway Really not? There was financial relief for the Mainz team on Wednesday evening. Ex-coach Sandro Schwarz has terminated his contract with FSV and joined Dynamo Moscow with .
Beierlorzer lost the team in the spring of
The currents that led to thealso completely bypassed him. It had been rumbling on the Bruchweg for a long time, the team was no longer behind the coach in the spring. In addition, the topic of wage waiver was only misleadingly communicated.
Beierlorzer also denied the question of whether the team deliberately chose the public training date for the closed campaign. Instead, he was whitewashed: "I have an unencumbered relationship with the team. The two training sessions after the strike were even the best during my time in Mainz. That would be grotesque if the team first performed like that and then played against me."Beierlorzer shows no self-criticism.
During this ten-minute performance, Beierlorzer stumbled from one embarrassment to the next. He described the term player strike as a "media term" and in principle one actually wants "this unity" in a team. It didn't seem that he really understood the bandwidth or even saw himself as a failure particle in this entire process. Test
No, Beierlorzer really didn't want to pin down his end in Mainz: "With the strike and the lost game against Stuttgart it was difficult, people no longer stood by me." What would he have hoped for?
"As a coach you want a unity of the athletic management and the coaching team. If a player is dissatisfied, he speaks to the coach. That is extremely important and we weren't that unit," summarized Beierlorzer. It rounded off a performance that does more harm than good for future activities in the football business.
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