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Sport Dardai a Bobic fan: "Who knows what's going to happen"

18:57  02 march  2021
18:57  02 march  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Hertha coach Pal Dardai does not want to participate in speculations about a possible involvement of Fredi Bobic as the new manager of the Berlin Bundesliga club.

Hertha-Trainer Pal Dardai bekennt: «Ich bin ein Fredi-Fan.» © Swen Pförtner / dpa Hertha coach Pal Dardai admits: "I'm a Fredi fan."

He would certainly welcome a return of the Frankfurt sports director to the capital. «I'm a Fredi fan. He's a good boy, an honest boy, a really good person. He always wants to win, but it's not my business to talk about whether he'll come to Hertha or not. There's the lead, ”Dardai said at a digital media panel. According to media reports,

Bobic has announced his departure from Eintracht Frankfurt despite a contract until 2023. In Berlin, he is considered the preferred candidate to succeed Sport Director Michael Preetz, who had to leave in January. «It has its name, it has earned it, it wasn’t given as a gift, that's what I really appreciate about it. Who knows what's going to happen, ”said Dardai of his former Berlin team-mate.

Dardai also indicated that he may soon no longer be Hertha head coach and instead will take over his old position in the youth department. "If I go back to the offspring and he becomes a great boss at Hertha, why not, that's all well and good, he's a fighter," said the Hungarian without going into details of his future planning. At the end of January, Dardai took over from coach Bruno Labbadia at the relegation-threatened Berliners and signed a contract until 2022.

Dardai: "The club has planned a bit from zero to a hundred" .
Pal Dardai doesn't have time for statistics. One of them will frame the game against FC Augsburg, which is so important from a sporting point of view: Dardai will draw level with Jürgen Röber on Saturday in his 157th Bundesliga game as Hertha coach. © picture alliance "In football, only the next pass counts": Pal Dardai is not interested in statistics. Under Röber, with whom Hertha was promoted to the Bundesliga in 1997, Dardai grew up as a footballer.

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