Coach successor probably found: Magath mercilessly settles accounts with Hertha BSC

His mission is successful, but apparently Felix Magath is not taking good memories of his time at Hertha BSC with him.

Coach successor probably found: Magath mercilessly settles accounts with Hertha BSC

His mission is successful, but apparently Felix Magath is not taking good memories of his time at Hertha BSC with him. The 68-year-old criticizes the Bundesliga club, which has just been saved, in a hearty way. The outgoing coach only protects one manager.

The outgoing coach Felix Magath has severely criticized his still-employer Hertha BSC. A few days after he had managed to stay up in the Bundesliga with the Berliners in the relegation, the 68-year-old found clear words in an interview with "Kicker". "I happened to meet my predecessor Tayfun Korkut in the hotel underground car park when he had to leave Berlin. We talked briefly there," said Magath. "Tayfun told me that it was difficult for him because he didn't have any help at all. And I can only say: I also felt like I didn't have any help during the nine weeks." The mood was more like this: "Paragraph one - everyone does their own thing."

In the end, according to Magath, he got the team to stick together, but things were different in the environment: "Overall, I never had the feeling that the club was fighting relegation," said the coach, adding: "There wasn't a major problem. There were only problems." However, Magath protected the managing director of the Berliners. Fredi Bobic is also "one of the victims" in the club: "He has taken on problems that have not only been there since last week. This club has been close to relegation for the third year in a row. It didn't come suddenly, it had to be structural be trouble."

Magath had succeeded the hapless Korkut at Hertha in mid-March. The team narrowly avoided falling into the 2nd Bundesliga in the relegation against Magath's Herzensklub Hamburger SV, for whom he played 306 Bundesliga games. Now his successor seems to have been found: Sandro Schwarz is to take over Hertha.

As the "Kicker" reports, the capital club should agree with the 43-year-old. Schwarz, who is still contesting the Russian Cup final with Dynamo Moscow on Sunday afternoon, is said to be terminating his contract there, which runs until 2024. Before his time at Dynamo, where he was third in the Russian league, Schwarz coached FSV Mainz 05 from 2017 to 2019. In contrast to his German coaching colleagues Markus Gisdol (Lokomotiv Moscow) and Daniel Farke (FK Krasnodar), Schwarz did not end his commitment when the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine began. He justified this by saying that he felt responsible for the club.

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