Sport pressure makes Cologne coach Gisdol “not nervous”

18:05  16 january  2021
18:05  16 january  2021 Source:   90min.de

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The increasing pressure on his person after the 0: 5 in Freiburg is also an opportunity for his players from the point of view of Cologne coach Markus Gisdol. Before the Table 16 Game of the Bundesliga against table twelfth Hertha BSC, Gisdol said on Saturday on Sky TV: "It's somehow part of the business now, so I don't get nervous about it." He was of course not happy, added Gisdol.

Kölns Trainer Markus Gisdol vor dem Spiel. © Rolf Vennenbernd / dpa Cologne's coach Markus Gisdol before the game.

However, he also emphasized: "If things like this mean that one or the other player can perhaps concentrate more on his performance and can call up more, when the pressure is more on the coach, then I am happy to take it on myself." The sports director of 1. FC Köln, Horst Heldt, had only given Gisdol a job guarantee for this game before the game against Berlin.

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