World Finally calm: Why there is no alternative to Hamburg's Boldt move

17:55  04 november  2020
17:55  04 november  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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With the contract extension for sports director Boldt, HSV ensures clarity at an early stage. Now the management team has to repay the trust with results.

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The press release on Jonas Boldt's contract extension begins with a promise: "HSV is committed to continuity." Those are big words for a club with this history. But in this case he had no choice but to clarify as quickly as possible who should lead HSV beyond the season.

Boldt's contract would have expired in summer 2021. Now it should stay until at least 2023. And with him probably the whole team around it: Sports Director Michael Mutzel, Chief Scout Klaus Costa and Young Head Horst Hrubesch.

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In the promotion race, the club could not (again) have allowed a personal discussion and uncertainty about the decisive athletic positions.

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Because the last two seasons have clearly revealed how sensitively the structure at HSV reacts to external disturbances - and how quickly it itself can coincide.

HSV missed promotion - also due to unrest

Martin Harnik, who was loaned from Werder Bremen last season and is now playing in the 5th division with the Hamburg upper division TuS Dassendorf, recently said in an interview with Goal : "We we played a good series, but then the unrest around Bernd Hofmann came and everything took its course. " According to Harnik, the power struggles behind the scenes had an impact on the athletic performance of the team.

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The HSV supervisory board will certainly not have forgotten that it was Boldt who instigated the power struggle with CEO Bernd Hoffmann at the beginning of the year. At that time it was about "atmospheric disturbances" and alleged excesses of competence, further cooperation was impossible. Hoffmann was released at the end of March.

Only two wins from nine games followed on the pitch - and a 1: 5 at the end against SV Sandhausen led to the second precise landing in fourth place in the table in a row.

Strong start to the season under coach Thioune

Meanwhile, the world in Hamburg looks different again. After the missed ascent, Boldt swept up the pieces and drew a few conclusions.

For example, that continuity alone does not promise success, as the long adherence to coach Dieter Hecking has shown. With Daniel Thioune, Boldt presented a successor who can react tactically more variably and who is better received by the team with his easy-going manner. Even players who played little or no role before, hang back under Thioune. Khaled Narey, for example, and even Bobby Wood is back in action.

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If you ignore the 1: 4 at Dynamo Dresden in the DFB-Pokal, HSV has got off to an almost perfect start to the season with 16 points from six games. The games look more like football again, a few newcomers like Simon Terodde have made a big impact, others bring more uncertainty than the stability we hoped for. But the mix in the team between young talents and experienced veterans is right for the moment.

Boldt certainly played a decisive role in this development. It is therefore quite understandable that the HSV supervisory board did not want to endanger the constellation in the sporting area and the atmosphere in the club by expiring contracts.

Only promotion counts for HSV

But with all the praise for the current run of HSV, one mustn't forget: No other club in the 2nd Bundesliga invests as much money in players, coaches and managers as the Hamburg team. Over 23 million euros. Düsseldorf and Hanover are far behind with 16 million.

Boldt emphasizes that you are only at the beginning of a long development process. But this process has to lead to the Bundesliga at the end of this season. Those who have experienced players like Simon Terodde, Sven Ulreich or Aaron Hunt in their squad and have a lot ahead of the rather moderate competition in the league shouldn't hide behind the word development.

Because HSV can hardly afford to spend more years in the second division. And as a board member of a football company with annual sales of 100 million euros, Boldt is not paid for a good atmosphere in the dressing room or at the office. But for results.

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