Fredi Bobic will leave the management of the German football league Eintracht Frankfurt at the end of May and will continue to serve as the sports manager, as the club manager of Hertha BSC, which hired Pa Pál Dárdai is the head coach.
Bobic is the child of a Slovenian father and a Croatian mother, born in Maribor. He is a 37-year-old player of the German national team and has been working in Frankfurt since 2016. His contract is valid until 2023 in principle, but it has been clear that he wants to leave for a while.
“I spent five years at Eintracht in Frankfurt. I am proud of the success of this period. We have made a lot of changes and created a lot of things.” Bobic said. He played football in Hertha from 2003 to 2005, when his playing career ended, and since then, the family has lived in the capital.
The team can only stay in the Bundesliga qualifiers in 2016, but won the German Cup in 2018, reached the semi-finals in the 2019 Europa League, and now ranks fourth in the Bundesliga to participate in the UEFA Champions League for the first time.
Fredi Bobic has played an important role in Eintracht’s recent sports and financial success. His excellent decision contributed to the development of the team.He did a great job Club President Philip Holzer said.
Austrian head coach Adolf Hütter (Adolf Hütter) will be the coach of Monchengladbach, and sports director Bruno Hübner has not renewed his contract. He will also leave Einteracht this summer. According to media reports, Ralf Rangnick is the top candidate for the position of head coach and sports director, but he is also likely to run for the federal captain of the German national team.
I am a fan of Fred! He is an honest, sincere person and a very good person.
-Pál Dárdai recently said that he welcomes his former teammates.
Hertha’s newest club manager, Michael Preetz (also Dárdai’s teammate in Hertha), left the club at the end of January after Dárdai was appointed The second head coach. Capitalists are still threatened with downgrade because they are only ranked 14th, but the goal of wealthy investor Lars Windhorst is to make the team a decisive factor in Europe as soon as possible.