FC Zurich introduced the new coach on Wednesday afternoon. Andrei Breitenreiter is of German descent and has a lot of experience.
The basics in brief
- Andre Breitenreiter signs a contract in Zurich until 2023.
- The 47-year-old has coached Schalke 04, Hannover 96 and Paderborn in Germany.
- Nau.ch spoke to the new FCZ coach.
Zurich club has one Massimo Rizzo’s successor have found. Andre Breitnerretter is the coach of the Premier League team.
Is André Breitenreiter a good choice for FCZ?
The German was officially introduced at a press conference at noon on Wednesday. The coach signed a contract with Zurich until 2023.
“FCZ is a headline”
The enthusiasm and sympathy of FCZ were crucial to his decision. This is what Breitenreiter said in an interview with Nau.ch.
“FC Zurich is a prominent title in Swiss football and also a highly respected club in Germany. The club also has a great academy,” confirms the new coach.
Talks regarding collective planning will now be intensified. “Then we will make decisions. We hope to have a successful season,” Breitenreiter added.
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They definitely wanted to start a change and try something new. Therefore, he also hopes that the club can now take the next step. “I expect a clear playing concept and a team that plays good and offensive football.”
Gorendic: “It’s too early to talk about goals”
According to sports director Marenko Jorndich, Andrei Breitenreiter is a perfect fit for the Zurich club. “He has shown in his previous positions that he can develop players. It also represents a certain continuity and also of success,” Gorendyk says.
How high are the demands of the people of Zurich now? The sporting director stresses that it is still too early to talk about goals. However, a very ambitious one.
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