The sign of a farewell to Marco Pezzaiuoli from 1899 Hoffenheim to be more and more. Holger Stanislawski is traded as a possible successor.
1899 Hoffenheim (SID) - the sign of a farewell to the unsuccessful coach Marco Pezzaiuoli of the Bundesliga Hoffenheim after end of the season are growing. The former assistant coach, which had only succeeded the former head coach Ralf Rangnick in January seems more and more to losing the support of the Executive level. The signs of a commitment by Holger Stanislawski in the Kraichgau condense itself. Patron Hopp wanted an alleged meeting between him Dietmar and FC St. Pauli not disown the coach of League rivals.
"Everything I say increases but the uncertainty of the coach," Hopp told the kicker. Ranks from its dissatisfaction over the course of the second half of the season, in which Hoffenheim won just 12 points from 12 games under the direction of Pezzaiuolis and to the fourth last place in the Ruckrunden table, Hopp made no secret, however.
"Overall, our performance in the second half is very disappointing", said the billionaire, who has no understanding for the 2: 3 (2-1) despite leadership and almost 60-minute power play in the Baden Derby SC Freiburg on Saturday: "we must give the game not out of hand."
Also Manager Ernst Tanner, who on Saturday had still denied a meeting between Hopp and Stanislavsky, puts off more and more of Pezzaiuoli. "What he does on the training ground, yes everything is okay." "But at the end of the results must fit", said Tanner: "Twelve points in twelve games are not so great balance sheet."
Pezzaiuolis contract in Hoffenheim runs until 2014, allegedly a special cancellation clause for this summer to include it as. Tanner did not respond however to.