Sport Bosz takes coach discussion calmly
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coach Peter Bosz from Bundesliga soccer club Bayer Leverkusen takes the discussions about himself calmly.
coach Peter Bosz from Bundesliga soccer club Bayer Leverkusen takes the discussions about himself calmly. "There's always pressure in my job," said the Dutchman the day after leaving the Europa League: "There's no point in worrying. It's about me helping the team. I have to support them and help them to turn that again. "
It will be "a huge challenge", explained the 57-year-old, but "that is my job and I will do it". For Bosz, given the failure in the sixteenth finals of the Europa League against Young Boys Bern, the air is likely to be thinner again. In order to stop the downward spiral, his team must now "grab the knife between their teeth", he demanded.
The goal remains to qualify for the Champions League before the home game on Sunday (6:00 pm / Sky) against SC Freiburg, but his team must "play better football themselves and get more points. Only then do we have a chance to make ourselves there steal from the top, "said Bosz:" We have to turn things around ourselves, Christian Streich or SC Freiburg won't do that. "
A university head coach was suspended after using a 'plantation' analogy when the basketball team lost a game .
The comment was made during a post-game talk in a locker room after the Creighton University Bluejays lost, ESPN reported.Creighton University's Coach Greg McDermott faces disciplinary action after telling his players to "stay on the plantation" after losing to Xavier University on February 27, according to ESPN.