Sport Daniel Stendel becomes Hearts boss as he signs two-and-a-half-year deal at Tynecastle

20:35  07 december  2019
20:35  07 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Hearts make former Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel an offer to become their new manager. He was sacked after 17 wins in his 34 matches in charge. The German signed a two - year deal as Barnsley Hearts , currently above bottom spot in the Scottish Premiership on goal difference, have been under

Hearts "firmly believe" Daniel Stendel can "take the club forward" after ending their five-week search for a manager by appointing the German on a two - and - a - half year deal . "With our number one target now on board, everyone at Tynecastle welcomes Daniel and hopes his appointment heralds

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Hearts have confirmed the appointment of Daniel Stendel as their new manager.

The former Barnsley boss has agreed a two-and-a-half-year deal to replace Craig Levein 37 days after his sacking.

Stendel takes the job after the Jambos settled a compensation wrangle with his former club.

The Tykes sacked the 45-year-old in October but, as Hearts pushed on with negotiations, club chief Paul Conway insisted they were due renumeration. 

Talks with Stendel himself reached a breakthrough last weekend and the matter with Barnsley was all that stood in the way of a deal being concluded.

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Stendel is keen to bring trusted coaches Chris Stern and Dale Tonge to Edinburgh. Despite both being under contract to Barnsley until the end of the Interm Hearts boss Austin MacPhee now expects to remain in charge for this weekend's meeting with Motherwell, predicting a conclusion to the saga early

And Tynecastle owner Ann Budge hopes to have the 45- year -old signed and sealed Barnsley have written to Hearts demanding money for the appointment of Daniel Stendel . And with the two parties yet to agree a final severance package, Barnsley chief executive Paul Conway has contacted Hearts

But his move to Edinburgh has now been rubberstamped and he will lead Hearts' quest to drag themselves up the Premiership table.

a person standing in front of a building © EMPICS Sport Stendel will assume managerial duties from interim gaffer Austin MacPhee and bring his former Tykes assistant Dale Tonge plus ex-first team coach Chris Stern with him to Tynecastle.

Hearts chief Ann Budge was prepared to push the boat out to land her top target and it was reported Stendel's predecessor Levein played a role in pitching the club to him.

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