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VfB CEO Fairley: Coach’s decision after a trip to the US – Football

Who will be on the sidelines at VfB Stuttgart in the future will be decided after the Bundesliga club’s trip to the United States. This was announced by CEO Alexander Wehrl, for whom the decision to train is a priority.

CEO Alexander Wehrle has announced a decision on interim coach Michael Wemmer’s future at Stuttgart following the return of the Swabians from a week-long PR trip to the United States. “We agreed that we would sit down after the trip to the United States and then make a decision,” Wehrle said in an interview with ARD on Saturday after the 2-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen. This was also discussed with sporting director Sven Mislintat.

So he will skip the World Cup opening match trip in Qatar as a member of the German Football Association delegation. “I will take care of VFB Stuttgart.”

First the United States, then speaking

Next Monday, the Stuttgart-based company will embark on a one-week PR trip to the United States. Myslintat’s future is also unclear as his contract expires on June 30, 2023. “I made it clear with Sven that we would make decisions after the trip to the United States,” Wehrle said.

This was also confirmed by mycelentat. “It’s important that we keep the exchange clean,” he said, but he found words of praise for Wimmer even before the formal talks. “The training change has worked.”

Mislintat’s career future will also be an issue after VfB’s journey. “It is well known how much I am associated with VfB Stuttgart and how much I enjoy working here. But these are open discussions.” There are issues on both sides that need to be addressed.

Wymer wants to stay

However, Wehrle confirmed that Wimmer “did a good job” as a coach. “He has won all the matches at home.” But it is important to evaluate the overall impression. However, it was not very positive against Leverkusen.

After the match, Wimmer once again confirmed that working as a coach for the Bundesliga club was “very interesting” for him. “Now we will see how the club decides, because it was not about Michael and passes as a person, but about FVB Stuttgart, and the decision will be made after America,” he said.