Jurgen Klinsmann sees the nature of his harsh criticism of departure after the Short stint as Hertha coach in the meantime, as an error. "I'm very sorry, as my departure from Hertha BSC came about after we had put six points between us and the relegation place," said the 55-Year-old in an Interview with the German press Agency on the occasion of the 30. Year day of the world Cup triumph of the football team in 1990. Klinsmann had heard to master in Italy the splendour of the German world.
With the ideas about his role in the emerging capital city club, club management, and former national coach were far apart. "We didn't make it back in ten weeks, unfortunately, to come to a written agreement," said Klinsmann. The former world-class striker had come as a Confidant of Investor Lars Windhorst, first as a member of the Supervisory Council of the professional Department to Hertha, and had then taken over from the hapless Ante Covic, the head coach role.
The world champion in 1990 and European champion in 1996, resigned after only eleven weeks as the head coach of the Berlin Bundesliga club surprisingly. In the winter break Hertha had invested nearly 80 million euros in new signings – more than any other club in the world. Later, a catalog of over Klinsmann outlined grievances with Hertha came out to the Public. "In the implementation of my departure, I have certainly made mistakes and I apologise for that," said the American with distance.Updated Date: 06 July 2020, 06:19