NAfter leaving coach Hansi Flick in the summer, Bayern Munich also lost Hermann Gerland and thus the second assistant to the professional coach, according to a report by Kicker.
As the magazine wrote on Monday, the 66-year-old should not have a place in future coach Julian Nagelsmann’s squad. At the weekend, Miroslav Klose, as a former flick assistant, announced that he would no longer work with future football record champions. At first there was no reaction from Bayern Munich to the report.
Gerland started with Bayern buffs in 1990 and stayed for five seasons. After training jobs in Nuremberg, Berlin, Bielefeld and Ulm, he returned to Munich in 2001 and has since been active in various positions with amateurs and professionals. It is considered a kind soul of the club.
Will Klose become assistant coach of the national team?
World champion Klose, 42, was Flick’s assistant, 56, for one season, he told Kicker, “He’s not going to be here next season,” and the turbulence in the air was clearly audible. The former international striker recently obtained a football tutor certification and said he has “many exciting options” for his future career.
It is also under discussion, in the event that the national coach is involved by Flick, to stand by his former boss in the national team once again as an assistant coach.