Offbeat 1. FC Cologne: Alexander Wehrle apparently continues to top candidate in Stuttgart

14:45  24 november  2021
14:45  24 november  2021 Source:   ksta.de

VFB Stuttgart does not plan winter transfers

 VFB Stuttgart does not plan winter transfers The VFB Stuttgart plagued by the injury speck on its returnees and plans no winter purchases in the residence fight of the Football Bundesliga. © Tom Weller / DPA does not plan winter transfers at VFB Stuttgart: Sport Director Sven Mislinat. "We currently do not have any access," said sport director Sven Mislinat of the German Press Agency. "Normally, in January all players are fit again and the competition is accordingly more intense. If, something is more on the delivery page.

The interest of the VFB Stuttgart to Alexander Wehrle from the 1. FC Cologne as a successor for its outcoming CEO Thomas Hitzlsperger does not pilate. The 46-year-old managing director of the Cologne stand on the candidate list of Swabia at the top, the "Sport Picture" reported on Wednesday. The Stuttgart Supervisory Board had come together on Sunday to clarify personnel issues.

FC-Geschäftsführer Alexander Wehrle © Herbert Bucco FC Managing Director Alexander Wehrle

Already in the past it had always given rumors around Wehrle and a return to VfB.

According to the report, Jochen should also be angry at the list of supervisory boards. The 49-year-old is currently leading to Bayern's Young Bayern's Young Television Center, but has previously exercised managing director activities at RB Salzburg.

Hitzlsperger will leave VFB Stuttgart at the latest with the end of the contract in October 2022. Wehrle was already active from July 2003 to January 2013 as a speaker of the Executive Board for the VfB.

The Treaty of Native Swabia at 1. FC Cologne is still on June 30, 2023. (KSTA)

The (for now) last big party? Cologne, Derby victory .
first celebrates Stand Cologne coach Steffen Baumgart a good 50 meters away and gave the observer. © Marius Becker / DPA The Cologne players celebrate the derby victory against Borussia Mönchengladbach. While his derby heroes turned a long round of honor and celebrated frenetically from their fans in spite of rapidly rising Corona numbers sold-out stadium, Baumgart pursued the scenery in front of his bench with his hands in his hips. So as he sucks up again this moment.

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