The former professional lasted six years in the United States
As a permanent assistant to Lorenz-Günther Köstner, Alexander Strehmel also worked on a temporary basis for professionals at VfL Wolfsburg in the German Bundesliga. After six years in the United States, he returned to Lower Saxony and could soon become the coach of the league club SSV Vorsfelde.
Wolfsburg. Alexander Stremmel feels at home in and around Wolfsburg. The former professional footballer, who was active with VfB Stuttgart and SpVgg Unterhaching in the first division, among others, was an assistant coach under Lorenz-Günther Köstner in the U23s and also a temporary professional at VfL Wolfsburg. After six years in the United States, he returned to Lower Saxony two and a half months ago. Mainly for family reasons – but the former defender could soon be on the bench with a local team in the league.
Strehmel confirms that he has already had “nice conversations” with SSV Vorsfelde. Another one will take place on Tuesday. The 54-year-old reveals: “Up until now it was like ‘come to us.’ They got to know each other in conversation with department manager Andrei Bischoff, who didn’t want to comment on Strehmel’s name when asked by AZ/WAZ. The former professional also watched Also several matches of Eberstadt personally – and he admired: “The character of the team is intact and they play good attacking football.” He admits: “I like to develop the youth – as in the football club of that time, for example, Fabian Kloss or Ruben Knoshi ” .
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