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First Löw-PK after announcement of resignation: "The right time to quit"
Joachim Löw is about to start his last months as national coach . After 15 years, the 61-year-old will quit after the upcoming European Championship. He declared himself in a press conference on Thursday afternoon. © Provided by 90min Joachim Löw on the first press conference after his announcement of his resignation | Handout / Getty Images "I am grateful that Jogi Löw gave us the time to calmly look for a successor. Oliver Bierhoff has already been tasked with looking for candidates.
Stefan Leitl speaks in the podcast "LeadderTalk" on honest communication with players, the next steps near Greuther Fürth and its largest model.
with the SPVGG Greuther Fürth mixes coach Stefan Leitl (43) strongly in the ascent race for the Bundesliga.
For over two years, the ex-Ingolstädter has trained the Franconian second division and has shaped the club in this time from the relegation candidate for ascension aspirants. With its serene species, his down to earth and his footballing concept, Leitl is one of the most promising coaches of the country.
Does the DFB get involved with the revolutionary?
Hansi Flick remains a preferred candidate for the DFB as the new national coach. Ralf Rangnick, on the other hand, has publicly expressed his interest. Is it the 1B solution? © Provided by sport1.de Will the DFB get involved with the revolutionary? The search for an successor for still national coach Joachim Löw is in full swing, but will drag on because, according to national team director Oliver Bierhoff, there is "no time pressure".
in Sport1 -Podcastspeaks the ex-professional with business coach and author Mounir Zitouni about its values, the key to his work in Fürth, what he did in FC Ingolstadt as a coach and what coaching legend Wolfgang Frank means for him has
in September 2018 was suddenly concluded for Stefan Leitl after eleven years of player and coaching facing the FC Ingolstadt. Only a victory in the first six games caused his dismissal as head coach of the then second division.Stefan Leitl "has learned from mistakes in Ingolstadt"
for the current success coach of Greuther Fürth in departure something, which has continued it. "I prepared myself from the beginning on the day of release inwardly," said the 43-year-old. "I found the release in Ingolstadt therefore not as bad."
Jarstein and the "wind gust" coach Dardai is worried.
Hertha BSC is treading on the spot, feeling the Mainz breath on the neck and urgently needs points. Coach Pal Dardai knows very well that relegation has to go through the offensive in the end. Meanwhile, Rune Jarstein receives no criticism despite the mistake. © imago images Two Norwegians among themselves: Dortmund's 20-year-old Erling Haaland comforts 36-year-old Rune Jarstein after his mistake.
His handling: "I have been reflecting myself after the release in Ingolstadt." The result was: "I have learned from my mistakes in Ingolstadt and try not to make the mistakes of Ingolstadt anymore." Which errors are it? "In Ingolstadt I wanted to make it any right and my tactical orientation in Ingolstadt was wrong."
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honest words of Leitl, who has been working very successfully for more than two years. "Honest communication is the key to success," emphasizes Leitl.Leitl can identify 100 percent with the values in Fürth
also belongs that "I have a very tight wire to my players." The door to the trainer office is always open. "I have emotional conversations with the players who touch me. I am a very emotional man," gracious Leitl, who is convinced: "If a team maintains honest communication, it can be very successful."
Study: FA has not taken child abuse seriously for too long
An extensive study comes to the conclusion that the English Football Association has done too little in the fight against child abuse for a long time. © Provided by sport1.de Study: FA has not taken child abuse seriously for too long The English football association FA has done too little in the fight against child abuse for a long time and has not fulfilled its duty of supervision for those in need of protection.
and this is in Fürth since 2019 the case. "I can identify 100 percent with the values in Fürth," said Leitl, who agreed in Fürth, because "the familiar there was crucial". And the path goes on, because he continued to extend his contract in Fürth until 2023.
works the rise already in this season? "Our next destination is 50 points. Should we be up at the top, of course you want to go the big step."Wolfgang Frank was a role model for the Fürth coach
Say: Should Fürth be up to three, four gaming days before the end still within reach of climbing sites, then Leitl also wants to exclaim the great goal. ().
shaped the Bayer, especially the late Wolfgang Frank, who trained in Unterhaching. "Wolfgang Frank has shaped me a lot, his tactical obsession in detail, as he has worked with us, this room backfage out of the four-necked chain, these possessed long video analyzes. His handling of the players has impressed me very much. I also have me very much about life learned from him. "
and that now gives Leitl to his young players in Fürth. ()
Mounir Zitouni (50) was editor at the kicker from 2005 to 2018 and has been working as a business coach since January 1, 2019, supervised athletes, coaches and executives in terms, communication and personality development. The former professional footballer (OFC, SV Wehen, FSV Frankfurt, Esperance Tunis) has recently written the autobiography of Dieter Müller and publishes a regular column on
praise for Kuntz: "No bad choice" As a national coach .
U21 national coach Stefan Kuntz, according to his players, would be an ideal candidate for the job of the national trainer. © Csaba Domotor / DPA Trainer Stefan Kuntz (M.) is well received by the U21 national players. "I trust him everything. I rarely had a coach, which I am so well realized. I would wish him, "said U21 footballer Niklas Dorsch of Kaa Gent of the German Press Agency. Goalkeeper Finn Dahmen judged: "I'm definitely trusting him. He certainly would not be a bad choice.