Since Frank Kramer was released at the end of April, Arminia Bielefeld has been looking for a new trainer depending on the Ligaun. Now a coach of FC Bayern has apparently been paid to the East Westphalia.
As “Sky” writes, Martin Demichelis is said to be a candidate for the coaching office at Arminia. Accordingly, it is conceivable that the 41-year-old will succeed interim coach Marco Kostmann for the new season.
Managing Director Samir Arabi is said to have liked the idea of winning a well -known coach for the club. The topic is said to have already been discussed intensively internally.
Demichelis has been training the second team of FC Bayern in the regional league Bayern since April last year. With the U23 of the record champions, he gambled away the last chance of promotion to the 3rd league on Friday. As a safe second in the table, he did a good job for young people this season.
In Munich, the work of the former defender should be very much appreciated. However, as head coach of a professional team, the Argentinian has no experience.
Bielefeld soon an outpost of FC Bayern?
In order to hire in Bielefeld, Demichelis would also have to acquire the necessary coaching license. According to “Sky”, the four -time German champion is currently completing a course and is said to have the necessary license in his pocket before the start of the new season.
From then on, the Bielefeld Alm could even become a small outpost of Bayern. According to the report, the DSC also wants to have discussions about a continuation of the cooperation with the current assistant coach Michael Henke, who also has a Bayern past. With the Henke personnel, it should also not matter whether the Arminia holds the class or ultimately descends.
Bielefeld only has theoretical chances of relegation before the last game on Saturday afternoon against RB Leipzig (3:30 p.m.). The 17th separate three points and seven goals from VfB Stuttgart on the relegation place. In order to move up, one would have to make Leipzig clearly and at the same time hope for a high defeat of the Swabians against 1. FC Köln.