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In recent games under ex-coach Peter Bosz, Kerem Demirbay was able to literally look at his dissatisfaction as he should brilliant in too close role at. After the Werkself from Boscz separated and Hannes Wolf installed as a new exercise manager, it seems to be uphill even with Demirbay.
Under Boscz, Demirbay also played regularly, but his qualities in the offensive could rarely retrieve in the position of the Dutchman. Most recently, the former German national player was used only as an extended part-time power, which was not allowed to increase the mood of the 27-year-old.
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In the first game under the new coach Hannes Wolf, however, Demirbay was able to enter the Scorer list immediately after he initiated the Leverkusen leadership to 1-0 by Lucas Alario at the 2: 1 against Schalke.
The more offensive role is visibly better to the playmaker, but the relationship with Wolf seems to develop its effect on Demirbay.Demirbay blooms - Wolf stays out over the season?
"It's good. And I'm honest, I've felt a bit less trust in the last months and years. I have fun on my work and I feel trust again. I think that's the way," said one Visually relieved Demirbay after success against Schalke to Sky.
The change on the coach bank brought the first victory in the first game to Bosz - albeit scarce against Schalke. However, regardless of the result, a jerk seems to have gone through the team, players and responsible languages from a "new energy" in the team, which is undoubtedly attributable to the new trainer.
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Wolf is scheduled for the time being only until the end of the current season, but a further employment does not seem to be excluded.
"We played really well in some phases, there's just a bit of the acceleration to us, that's even more fluid and rounded. But these are things that we all have to work out. We as a tailwind to the next game against Hoffenheim, "said Wolf after the game against Schalke and sounds like a coach who wants to do a lot with the highly assisted team.
For only seven remaining games in the current season, however, large plans are only difficult to implement, but Wolf may also stand in the next season at the sideline of the Werkself.
"We got Hannes Wolf, because we believe in the boy because he has good ideas because he brings up energy. He definitely has the chance to go on," said Bayers Managing Director Rudi Völler in ZDF sports studio. But a free ticket does not get Wolf for a long time. Rather, the Leverkusen managers want to wait for the further course.
"That's a good solution for us, now we'll wait for the next few weeks to run how players accept how worked," says Völler. After Wolf's successful debut and the expressions of Demirbay, the opportunities are certainly not dropped to a whereabouts of the instructor.
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