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Erik ten Hag is allegedly in contact with Borussia Mönchengladbach and Max Eberl. Now the Ajax coach is talking about the rumors. © Provided by sport1.de Rose successor? Ten Hag reacts to Gladbach rumor Borussia Mönchengladbach still has an excellent coach. Because Marco Rose has not yet fully committed to the club, the rumor mill is seething. The 44-year-old is repeatedly associated with Borussia Dortmund, where Erdin Terzic will have to vacate his post after the season.
Last week, the upcoming change fromcoach Marco Rose to made waves. Since then, there has been no real calm. Sports director Max Eberl, who is now contacting the first candidates, is therefore renewing the job guarantee until the summer.
A coach on the go, a loss to a relegation candidate and a sports director in need of explanation. This is how Borussia Mönchengladbach's week could be roughly summed up. After the many positive impressions this season, the mood on the Lower Rhine threatens to change.
Gladbach coach question: Eberl wants planning security
Borussia Mönchengladbach's sports director Max Eberl wants his coach Marco Rose to make a quick decision about his stay beyond the summer. © Marijan Murat / dpa Gladbach's sports director Max Eberl wants a quick decision on the coaching question. “We want to be clear as soon as possible,” said Eberl after Borussia's 2-1 cup win at VfB Stuttgart on Sky. “Marco has to make the decision a little bit. But we will talk together and make a decision.
Above all, the Personnel Rose continues to cause discussions. Especially after the bankruptcy againstEberl sees stable relationship with Rose , many fans no longer see him as responsible in his position. Max Eberl holds against it and insures that the trainer will stay until the summer. "There is currently no situation in which I can imagine that Marco Rose will not end the season," the 47-year-old told Sky90.
Despite the impending change and the difficult situation, Eberl continues to seek trust. With Rose on the sidelines, Gladbach is sure to achieve its goals by the summer. This is only possible because the relationship between the two is "not negatively proven". Despite the disappointing performance over the weekend, there would be no break in the team. Cohesion will soon be put to the test.
Eberl: Rose remains "98 percent" Gladbach trainer
Will Marco Rose remain Gladbach trainer beyond the summer? Max Eberl is still pretty sure - but would otherwise feel "no grief". © imago images How long will Borussia-Park still be his place of work? Marco Rose. Even before and after the derby against 1. FC Köln (1: 2), Marco Rose and Max Eberl had to talk about the coaching question at Borussia Mönchengladbach again, and that will probably only change again when there is a decision.
A great program awaits the foal elf in all competitions. Within the premier class, in the league and in the cup, the good starting position could quickly be lost. The club could still cope with any significant defeats or "impacts". Currently nothing seems to indicate that the trainer has to vacate his place earlier.
That is also due to the search for a successor. So far there are a few names in the room, but it may take months to reach an agreement. After all, Eberl has already started the conversations with the candidates in the background: "I'm there and have no time to lose. We have some super-exciting candidates. I will now talk to everyone."
He did not go into specific names. However, Adi Hütter and Florian Kohfeldt from the, as well as Jesse Marsch and Gerardo Seaone can look forward to a call from Eberl. Borussia still has a lot of work to do before summer.
Rose: "Of course, the situation will not pass me by without a trace" .
Borussia Mönchengladbach's negative run also continued in the cup, the foal eleven missed the semifinals with a 0: 1 against Borussia Dortmund. Sports director Max Eberl had expressly emphasized before the game that things would continue even in the event of a defeat with Marco Rose. © imago images Gladbach mourning after the cup: Alexander Zickler, Marco Rose and Max Eberl (from left). "I don't see the reason why it shouldn't work," Eberl said on ARD. The farewell is in the summer, not now.