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Dynamo Dresden dismisses coach Maucksch

Dynamo Dresden entlasst Trainer MauckschRalf loose is new coach in Dresden-© SID-IMAGES/Getty Images /.

After three defeats in a row Drittligist has dismissed its coach Matthias Maucksch Dynamo Dresden. The former Defender succeeds to Ralf loose.

Dresden (SID) - coach dismissal as the last straw in the uphill struggle: After three defeats in a row football Drittligist has Dynamo Dresden his coach Matthias Maucksch leave with immediate effect. The former Defender succeeds to Ralf loose, which signed a contract until 30 June 2012. The former coach of Liechtenstein led the team training Tuesday afternoon for the first time and will lead if possible in this season back in the 2nd League the tradition Club from the East.

"We are satisfied, that Matthias Maucksch no longer reaches the team to a necessary extent", the sport Director Steffen Menze said. The decision against the coach is already on the Sunday after the 0-1-defeat in the East Derby at Hansa Rostock fallen Menze revealed: "We wanted to let untried nothing, to preserve the chance of promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga in the season." Six games before the end of the season, Dynamo has four points behind the relegation place.

Maucksch, who had taken over Dynamo in October 2009 and formed from the former get a promotion candidate showed little sympathy for his dismissal. "I am convinced that we would have still achieved the relegation spot under my leadership," said the 42-year-old and criticized the high expectations of the Club leadership: "Yes, I can understand the dreams of the rise, but the goal by the management before the season was the class"", and we have achieved with confidence."

Maucksch accused above all error in team management. The former Dynamo striker Bekim Kastrati for example after his serious accusations made: "Coach Maucksch has me bullied." His goalkeeping change classified by many pages as unnecessary by Axel Keller to Benjamin Kirsten was also mixed up the hierarchy in the team.

Successor loose dampened expectations when he took office. "It is more difficult to catch up four points in the ski race as in the relegation battle," said the former coach of second division club FC Augsburg, was on the call of the Dresden "a surprise".

With the change of coach wants "a new impetus for the remaining six Championship matches in the 3rd League be", said Managing Director Volker Oppitz. In addition, loose have enough time to plan the composition of the Executive for the coming season together with the sports management.