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FC Augsburg Manager Stefan Reuter wobbles questionable

It bubbles at the FC Augsburg. Especially for managers Stefan Reuter, the air becomes thinner.

The criticism grows, the air becomes thinner – it s uncomfortable days for Stefan Reuter. Because the sporty misery at FC Augsburg is increasingly falling back to the work of the manager.

The allegations: wrong cadring planning, missing proximity to the team and a significantly too high wear to coaches. The World Champion of 1990 wobbles a questionable.

We systematically got used to football match in the last two, three years, was the criticism of FCA President Klaus Hofmann at the Annual General Meeting last. Coach Markus Weinzierl he took on his billing from the weft line.

It is allegations that are mainly based on the area of ​​responsibility of the sporting line – and thus go to Reuters s address. Five coaches in five years, no further development of the team and an association, which is almost in a permanent crisis.

The doubts that only the coaches for the misery should be responsible, become bigger.

FC Augsburg: Crisis session on Monday evening

According to media reports, it should already have come to a crisis meeting on Monday evening. There would be the poor achievements in this season and the crash on relegation platz 16 – especially the DESTREENT appearance at the FSV Mainz 05 last Friday (1: 4) the situation tightened enormously.

We are required to hold together in the club and to bend the thing in the right direction, said coach Weinzierl before the two-round game in the DFB Cup on Wednesday (18.30 clock) at VfL Bochum: It s all about a line.

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Reuter, who has been in office for around eight years and owns a contract until 2023, may continue to participate for the time being. How much longer, is completely open. Anyway, new names for his post are already traded. Among other things Stephan Black, which was released in 2019 in the dispute with Reuter.