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Sport David Wagner facing the sack at Schalke just ONE GAME into new season

19:29  21 september  2020
19:29  21 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Schalke head coach David Wagner faces the sack after just one game of the new season, with the charismatic German reportedly told he will lose his job if the club lose again.

Former Huddersfield boss Wagner took over at the Bundesliga club last year after enjoying a four-year spell with the Terriers, but the 48-year-old set a new club record last season when Schalke went 16 league games without a win.

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Former Huddersfield boss David Wagner is set to return to football as coach of Bundesliga club Schalke . They appointed club legend Stevens as interim manager to the end of the season last month following the departure of Domenico Tedesco, who was sacked on 14 March following the

Ex-Huddersfield manager David Wagner has been appointed the new boss of SchalkeCredit: PA It marks an emotional return for Wagner after he made 36 appearances during a two-year spell at Schalke finished second a year ago in Germany’s top-flight but have just avoided the drop after a

And their poor form continued into the new campaign, as Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich served up an 8-0 hammering of Wagner's side at the Allianz Arena.

a man wearing glasses: David Wagner has been told he must win his next game to avoid the sack at Schalke © Provided by Daily Mail David Wagner has been told he must win his next game to avoid the sack at Schalke a man playing a game of frisbee on a green field: Wagner's side were beaten 8-0 by Bayern Munich in a humiliating season opener on Saturday © Provided by Daily Mail Wagner's side were beaten 8-0 by Bayern Munich in a humiliating season opener on Saturday

The latest defeat increases the pressure on Wagner, and German outlet Bild reports that he has been warned ahead of the next league game against Werder Bremen.

If Schalke lose their game on Saturday, Wagner will be dismissed from his post at Veltins-Arena.

The same report suggests that Schalke's sporting director, Jochen Schneider, has been told to contact possible replacements for the 48-year-old, with former Mainz boss Sandro Schwarz a front-runner to take over as boss.

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New season , same Ronaldo. Juventus began its quest for a 10th straight Serie A title with a It was the first time fans had been allowed back into stadiums in Italy since the outbreak of the coronavirus Bayern began its season in scintillating fashion, putting eight goals past a hapless Schalke side to lay

David Wagner 's Schalke continued their record-breaking run of bad form on Wednesday, notching up a 14th successive game without a win in a 2- 1 away defeat to fellow European hopefuls Eintracht Frankfurt. Former Huddersfield boss Wagner has overseen a miserable second half of the season

a man in a green field: Schalke chiefs have reportedly told Wagner he must win his next game against Werder Bremen © Provided by Daily Mail Schalke chiefs have reportedly told Wagner he must win his next game against Werder Bremen a man standing in front of a crowd: Former Mainz boss Sandro Schwarz is already being lined up as a potential replacement © Provided by Daily Mail Former Mainz boss Sandro Schwarz is already being lined up as a potential replacement

Wagner's side performed well below expectations last season, with the slump in form in the second half of the campaign resulting in a 12th place finish, just nine points above the drop zone.

'We didn’t perform well as a group and Bayern were in great shape. We need to shake this off now,' Wagner said after the humiliating defeat.

'We have to show a reaction against Werder – we expect that from ourselves. I have confidence in my team’s qualities, which we unfortunately couldn’t show today.'

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