Sport Schalke sports director Schneider: "Must stop being a victim of the Bundesliga"

12:15  03 june  2020
12:15  03 june  2020 Source:   ran.de

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Gelsenkirchen (SID) - sports director Jochen Schneider asked the team from Schalke 04 to finally the "victims "Role. "With all due respect, we lost to Augsburg, Düsseldorf and Bremen in a week," said Schneider (49) in Sport-Bild: "We have to be aware of the situation and stop being the victim of the Bundesliga."

The Royal Blues have been victorious for eleven games and have lost all four games after the Corona break. Schneider publicly backed coach David Wagner (contract until 2022), but names of possible successors are already being traded in the media. The Sport-Bild brought Raul into play, who is currently coaching Real Madrid's second team. The Spaniard played on Schalke from 2010 to 2012 and took fan hearts by storm.

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