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Sport Braunschweig President Ebel retires

01:05  17 july  2020
01:05  17 july  2020 Source:   ran.de

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 Antwerp via Aus in Braunschweig: “I have no problem” promotion coach Marco Antwerpen reacted in a first interview to his end as head coach of second division returnee Eintracht Braunschweig. © Photo: Hendrik Schmidt / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa Marco Antwerpen is no longer the coach of the second division club Eintracht Braunschweig. "Basically, I first have to admit that I have no problem with it at all," the 48-year-old told the internet portal transfermarkt.de. «I read that I am offended by my direct nature.

Eintracht Braunschweig braucht einen neuen Präsidenten © FIROFIROSID Eintracht Braunschweig needs a new president

Braunschweig (SID) - second division promoted Eintracht Braunschweig has to look for a new president. The previous incumbent Sebastian Ebel retired from his duties as President and Chairman of the Supervisory Board at the Lower Saxony Supervisory Board meeting on Thursday.

Christoph Bratmann, First Vice President, will temporarily fill the office of President until the new election at the Annual General Meeting in November and also work as a member of the Supervisory Board. The current deputy chairman, Frank Fiedler, will take over the duties as chairman of the supervisory board. He was unanimously elected by the members of the panel at the meeting.

"These steps are very difficult for me," said Ebel, "the harmony and the tasks involved have become an important part of my life." The fact that the club was able to return to the 2nd Bundesliga was "a wonderful end to my work," said the previous club boss.

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