Duo Complets DFB Trainer Team Flick Holt Standard Experts Kicke
The DFB has committed two new employees to support Löw’s successor Hansi Flick as a national coach. Andreas Kronenberg from the SC Freiburg inherited as of SC coach Christian prank announced Andreas Köpke as a Bundestorwarttrainer, Mads Buttonside comes as an expert for standard situations from the Danish Association.
Kronenberg, a studied social pedagogue, will work in the season 2021/22 still parallel to the Freiburg and then firmly switch to DFB, which equips him with a contract until 2024. The 36-year-old Swiss is “an absolute expert, through whose school in ten years at the SC Freiburg among other excellent Bundesligatorhüter such as Oliver Baumann, Roman Bürki, Rafal Gikiewicz, Alexander Schwolow, Mark Flekken and Florian Müller,” says Flick over A “great reinforcement”.
Bierhoff Dangt Freiburg – Buttonside should “advance” DFB-ELF
“The DFB is a lot in motion, and I want to bring myself into the development of the goalkeeping game,” says Kronenberg. “Germany has always been a goalkeeper country. Together with the many highly qualified goalkeepers at the DFB I would like to help to continue this tradition.” DFB Director Oliver Bierhoff expressly thanks for the conversation of the SC: “So I introduce my partnership between the club and national team.”
Buttonsite, a 36-year-year-old, once, as a coach for standard situations in the innovative Danish first division FC Midtjylland, made a name and worked as a co-trainer for Denmarks U 18. He is to complete Flicks team according to DFB information “as an external expert”. With his “special skills” as a specialist for standards, he will be “forward”, so flick. The dormant balls were at this year’s EM rear like a problem zone in the German team.