German press agency’s spokesman for investor Lars Windhorst confirms that the Former German national team goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has overtaken Jurgen Klinsmann’s position. Hertha BSC has not informed on the choice so far. However, the “Bild” had previously communicated between the Berliners on the personnel decision.
The Ex-German national team goalkeeper Jens Lehmann, 50 years old, has replaced former German striker and coach Juergen Klinsmann in Hertha ‘s management, the bulk owner company Lars Windhorst announced on Sunday.
Lehmann in a statement said, “I am pleased to possess accepted the offer from Lars Windhorst to figure on Hertha Berlin’s further development. I see this together of the foremost fascinating football ventures.”
Klinsmann not only worked as a teacher, but he was a member of the Supervisory Board. In February he decided to resign as interim coach of the primary team. He stated that he should stay within the management system. He also criticized the hierarchy of the club in his announcement.
But shortly afterward, Hertha’s entrance was seen, with the message that he can’t be trusted. Klinsmann’s place on the Supervisory Board has now been filled by the previous goalkeeper of Schalke, Milan, Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal, and Stuttgart, and from the role of the assistant coach within the Augsburg First Division, he’s moving thereto place.
Hertha’s new coach is Bruno Labbadia, who will make his bench debut in Saturday’s match against Hoffenheim when the Bundesliga returns to action thanks to the coronavirus after a two-month period. the most challenge of Labbadia is to remain within the first-league team, because Hertha is in 13th position nine rounds before the top, six points above the relegation zone.