Nach dem überraschenden Rücktritt von David Wagner als Trainer von Huddersfield Town spricht sein Berater bei SPORT1 über die Gründe. Er kehrte im Sommer zurück zu Schalke David Wagner übernahm das Traineramt bei Königsblau. Wer ist der neue Mann an der Seitenlinie. Von November bis Anfang trainierte er den englischen Verein Huddersfield Town und stieg mit diesem in.
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Wagner's departure from Town was one of the few occasions in football when leaving by mutual consent meant exactly that. Although the German said that rumours he needed a break because a roller-coaster spell at Town had left him burned out were not true.
He told Dean Hoyle before Christmas that he would be leaving Huddersfield Town at the end of the season whether the club avoided relegation or not.
The reason, he explained, was that he needed time away from management to educate himself about the sport.
If it was a year or a few months, I had no idea, but I thought if I made the cut in the summer I would not work for another club in pre-season.
This was not what I had in my mind. Call it a sabbatical or whatever you like, but I needed a break to educate myself. In the end, with the club sliding ever closer to certain relegation, the club decided it was better to start Wagner's sabbatical early and bring in Jan Siewert to get a head start on preparing for the fiuture.
The Town legend has spent his time off travelling Europe, learning about different coaching techniques used in football and other sports.
With the benefit of hindsight he has reflected on what went wrong in Huddersfield this season and why the season never really got started for the Terriers.
But it was anything but a one-man show. The German defied all the odds to keep Huddersfield in the top flight last season but this year has struggled to keep up the pace and the club and Wagner mutually agreed to part ways after amassing just 11 points from 22 games this term.
Huddersfield are expected to make a swift appointment to replace the outgoing fan favourite, who leaves with the best wishes of the club.
Subsequently David — being the great man he is — came to us and made it clear that he needs a break from the rigours of football management.
David has a real, genuine love for this Club and, like me, his foremost concern in our talks has been to establish what is best for Huddersfield Town.
Along with his family, he will always be a friend to me and Huddersfield Town. Independent Premium Comments can be posted by members of our membership scheme, Independent Premium.
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Will no doubt see him at a bigger club no disrespect to Huddersfield in the future. Wagner your a living legend. You have restored pride in a club, and in a town Thank you.
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