World Neururer warns: "Schalke is not a club for practicing"

17:15  28 september  2020
17:15  28 september  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Who will succeed David Wagner at Schalke 04? Manuel Baum is traded. For Stefan Effenberg, SPORT1 expert Peter Neururer would be the right person.

Neururer warnt: © Provided by sport1.de Neururer warns: "Schalke is not a club for practicing"

Stefan Effenberg got to the point on Sunday in the CHECK24 double pass at SPORT1 and did not hesitate for a second when he was the moderator Thomas Helmer asked who should be the new Schalke coach after David Wagner's dismissal.

"Peter", said the SPORT1 expert and pointed to Peter Neururer, who was sitting across from him. "It has to be someone who knows the club and the environment and Peter is predestined for that."

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Neururer thanked Effenberg and grinned. But he didn't know what else to hit him after he was put in the shop window. When SPORT1 reached the 65-year-old on Monday, he had to laugh out loud first.

Telephone no longer stands still

"That was wonderful from Stefan. Since then the telephone has not stood still for me, the fax machine is overcrowded and I phoned around until 1 a.m. on Monday. All Schalke fan clubs contact me."

But there is one question now, of course. Would Neururer do it if Schalke's board member Jochen Schneider contacted him? Neururer has been out of the coaching business since the end of 2014, when his last position was at VfL Bochum.

"I don't intervene in speculation. I actually said goodbye as a coach and said that I wouldn't do anything in German football," emphasizes Neururer, but immediately admits that there are "two exceptions". "Namely Schalke 04, because I'm not only a member, but also have a special past in this club that not everyone has. And 1. FC Köln. I would work for these two clubs again."

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Otherwise he would only want to work abroad. But bringing himself into play is not his nature. "I don't have to advertise myself anymore," says Neururer and adds with a smile. "That would be good for the club."

"I have proven that I can do Schalke"

Would he trust Schalke in the current situation? "This question does not even arise for me. If I couldn't do it, I wouldn't do it either," explains Neururer. "My father always told me 'do what you can'. And that I can do Schalke, I've already proven in bad times." He alludes to his involvement with S04 in the 1989/1990 season when he led Schalke to second place in the second division.

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"points," he says. However, he does not want to comment on a certain type of coach. "That's not my place. Jochen Schneider needs to know which coach Schalke 04 needs. If he asked me, I would give him an answer and some advice."

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Baum on the list

One name is being brought up more and more specifically as Wagner's successor: Manuel Baum, who is currently training the U18 of the DFB. The fact that Schalke actually have the 41-year-old on the list coincides with SPORT1 information.

Would Baum be the right one? Neururer keeps a low profile there too, just says: "I'd better not say anything about that."

Baum was head coach at FC Augsburg for two and a half years before joining the DFB, and before that at Spielvereinigung Unterhaching. In the 2012/2013 season he was "double head coach" with Claus Schromm (today Sports Director in Haching). From January to March 2014 he was solely responsible for the professionals.

Neururer does not want to speak specifically about a colleague like Baum , but expresses skepticism. "I consider it problematic to get a coach who has not already dealt with several crisis situations. Schalke is not a club for practicing. If that doesn't work, Schalke is in the second division. "

If the phone rings at Neururer, he would be at the Veltins-Arena in no time." I don't even need my Harley, I can walk to Jochen Schneider's office. I live only three minutes from the stadium. The spatial distance would certainly not be a problem. If Schalke is interested, they will contact you. "

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