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Leitl: I have not given a club a promise

The sporting fate of the cloverlate is sealed with the descent, the game at Union Berlin on Friday evening (8:30 p.m.) is nothing more than a leak for points from Franconian perspective. Basic decisions are important. The Von Leitl reads: he leaves the Ronhof. “I made a decision,” the 44 -year -old began, and he put the emphasis on “one” later. It was very difficult for him and a process over several weeks. At the time of the Berlin, she finally betrayed it, the day after the Berlin, the day after the 1: 4 against Leverkusen and the descent.

“We have been able to spend an intensive and successful time in the past almost three and a half years,” summarized the still coach. With “We” I “mean” all employees, fans and sponsors who have contributed to the chance of success “. He expressed a “very special thanks” to sports director Rachid Azzouzi, for the trust, support and open and honest communication. With the latter, Leitl delivered a steep template, as Azzouzi had shown himself disappointed on Wednesday that Leitl’s conversations with Hannover 96 have learned about the media and not personally. On Thursday, the coach defended questions with the reference to “a meeting that is common in the industry”.

Leitl: “Everything can happen”

In Hanover, it is assumed that Leitl will become a new trainer. But he fades: “I have not given a club a promise, everything can happen.” It is quite possible that the finalization of his new commitment depends on the fact that 96 creates relegation in the 2nd division. It is considered very likely, but is not yet fixed.

A new speech is needed, a new energy, I am no longer ready.

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Stefan Leitl

Leitl preferred to talk about the past and the present about the future. “I did not make the decision against the SpVgg, but for myself. I proudly look back on what was achieved.” For example on the relegation in 2019, the promotion 2021 or David Raum and Anton Stach, who played below him and are now national players. Now he handed over a team that descends from the Bundesliga, but will be in their foundation and, thanks to Rachid Azzouzi, will also be well positioned in the coming season. He had decided not to want to stand in the way of a fresh start. “It takes a new speech, a new energy, I am no longer ready for that.” Honorary, but also with a tasty, Hanover was supposed to retain the relegation at the weekend and Leitl will then be presented there immediately.

Oh yes, in the end it was also about the staff: Jamie Leweling, unlike Max Christiansen, returns to Covid-19, but Jeremy Dudziak (tonsillitis) fails again, and Paul Seguin and Havard Nielsen are still missing.

Hannover 96: Boss child is aiming for return to the Bundesliga

Hannover 96 wants to bring the relegation to Karlsruher SC on Friday evening against Karlsruher SC (6.30 p.m., live! At Leitl). And then initiate a turning point.

Hannover 96: Bei diesen Abgängen kann der Blick Richtung Bundesliga-Rückkehr gehen!

budget of around 40 million euros

96 boss Martin Kind had announced that after the recent saving and shrinking course of the recent past, switching back to attack mode and wanting to take the return to the Bundesliga target with a budget of around 40 million euros. With concentrated financial strength, after the remaining remaining in the 2nd division as soon as possible, it should go up again, with fresh faces.

promising conversations with Neumann

Fabian Kunze looks like the harbinger of a new time. 96 agreed with the 23-year-old Bielefelder 96. In promising discussions, the Lower Saxony are also with Phil Neumann. The 24-year-old, once with league competitor FC Schalke 04, is a designated successor to defender Marcel Franke, who has no future in Hanover. Max Besuschkow also has a short past. The contract of the midfielder in Regensburg expires, 96 in his sights.

For the attack, FC Bayern about Nicolas Kühn, a lost son who was born in Wunstorf at the gates of Hanover, would have to be negotiated after Aue about a return to 96. Havard Nielsen also focuses on the offensive. The 28-year-old Norwegian from first division relegated Fürth could be a kind of addition if the coach Stefan Leitl in Hanover hires. With Leitl, Martin Kind and sports director Marcus Mann (once in 2006/07 Leitl’s teammate near Darmstadt 98) achieved an agreement at the beginning of this week – always provided that 96 manages to stay in the league.

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