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promotion coach Marco Antwerpen reacted in a first interview to his end as head coach of second division returnee Eintracht Braunschweig. © Photo: Hendrik Schmidt / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa Marco Antwerpen is no longer the coach of the second division club Eintracht Braunschweig.
"Basically, I first have to admit that I have no problem with it at all," the 48-year-old told the internet portal transfermarkt.de. «I read that I am offended by my direct nature. I grew up in the Ruhr area, so maybe you're a bit more direct. The diplomatic service is not my greatest strength. But with my way we got the club Eintracht Braunschweig with the team to rise. »
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Antwerp had led Eintracht back to the 2nd Bundesliga last week through a successful final sprint after the Corona break. On Monday evening, the club's board of directors nevertheless decided not to extend the expiring contract with him. The former Auer trainer Daniel Meyer is traded as the favorite for the successor.
Antwerp further described the 2nd division as a personal goal, but also admitted in the interview that there was no longer any discussion about a possible contract negotiation in Braunschweig. "Basically, it would have been about having discussions after the climb," he said. «My direct contact person, Peter Vollmann, has repeatedly assured me that he would like to extend the contract and would like to have discussions when the time comes. I cannot say on what grounds the Supervisory Board has decided otherwise. »
Braunschweig President Ebel retires .
© FIROFIROSID Eintracht Braunschweig needs a new president Braunschweig (SID) - second division promoted Eintracht Braunschweig has to look for a new president. The previous incumbent Sebastian Ebel retired from his duties as President and Chairman of the Supervisory Board at the Lower Saxony Supervisory Board meeting on Thursday.