Appearance of sports and leisure
OhWhen Liver Grasner entered the newly renovated press conference room of the arena for the first time for a formal meeting with media representatives in Frankfurt, he chose sports casual wear, paired with sneakers and T-shirts. On time, precise, sharp: The new Eintracht coach needs a lot of time to provide extensive information. It is not surprising that he is in a good mood. After vacationing with his family still living in Austria, this is the first day of work at “this famous German club”. The 46-year-old Austrian is undoubtedly full of expectations.
“I feel very united,” he said. The football craze did not come from his mouth. The fact that he talked about a slightly elevated platform did not give the impression that someone was zoomed out from above. Grasner gave the impression of being personable and scored his first point at Eintracht. Two days later, in the first training with the team, he immediately became the boss, repeatedly corrected and encouraged them loudly.
Adi Hütter had a similar performance when he started in Frankfurt three years ago. The man from Vorarlberg is four years older than his Austrian compatriot Grasner, and he also spent a lot of time providing information about goals, dreams and wishes. Hütter pays special attention to appearance. He also emphasized sports and leisure styles. If you listen to Hütter, you will quickly find his favorite sentence: Basically. Basically, a master manufacturer from Bern can imagine anything. Obviously: starting in Hütter, a coach who basically wanted to represent offensive glasses started.
The ideas in the game are too disgusting
Oliver Grasner immediately put forward his “football concept.” He wants to give the players entrusted to him something to take away-but also for their future careers. “I want to see us grow as a team,” he said. Grasner is open to whether this process should be tactically accompanied by three or four defensive chains. Flexibility is the key. In any case, this is correct: Grasner also wants to represent the virtues of Frankfurt, because Frankfurt “plays very active and concentrated, very creative and difficult to calculate”.
The fact that he is ranked second in the Bundesliga defensively with his old club Wolfsburg should not be an isolated case. Grasner hopes to further stabilize the defense at Eintracht and make it more difficult to penetrate. “We want the store to close more frequently.” To this end, the ambitious coach asked his players to “make the greatest commitment.” With stronger defense and reliable offense, Grasner hopes to take the next step with his team.
When he was introduced, Adi Hut immediately took the opportunity to launch an offensive in the Frankfurt Catacombs. He prefers 4:3 to 1:0. This means: full attack. Hütter is not afraid to take risks, attacking early with his team to put pressure on the opponent.
Perhaps the biggest coup of the ambitious Austrian, he wanted to attract people’s attention in the first stop of the Bundesliga: he pulled Philippe Kostic out of the doldrums and formed the Serbian Storm’s colleague Luca Jo Vicki has become his own type of outside player. Reliable forwards Jovic and Sebastién Haller also helped Hütter guide his offensive direction. Especially Andre Silva. Silva was promoted to Frankfurt’s top scorer with 28 goals, which is Huth’s farewell gift. Even the Portuguese now move to Leipzig.
Rely on potential with team spirit
Oliver Glasner is like everyone else before him: he is surrounded by confidants and companions. Of course, Michael Angerschmid also moved from Wolfsburg to Frankfurt in order to become a reliable assistant to his friend and boss Grasner. Ronald Brunmayr is also coming, and this alpine trio seems to be just finished. Because Grasner wants more.
On Thursday, the team behind the team gained further personnel and professional development. Two sports coaches (Thomas Pitzke and Sebastian Saglimbeni), an analyst (Niklas Lanwehr) and a nutritionist (Anna Lena van der Felden) joined the helping team. There is also a very special person: the person who does something for the extra percentage that should be tickled. Potential trainer (Martin Daxl) should be able to achieve. Grasner, the man “in the mood” for Eintracht, didn’t want anything to happen.
Adi Hütter is multitrack. Not surprisingly, his expert Christian Peintinger was his first assistant, and he even lived in the same house but not in the same apartment as him. It is also wise for Hütter to rely on Armin Reutershahn’s expertise. This man who has always wanted to be an assistant but never a boss continues where he and Niko Kovac left: as a loyal vassal around the head coach.
Under the leadership of Fredi Bobic, the sports director at the time, he almost spared no effort to completely reform the staff. Hütter is building a strong team behind the team. Many helpers, one goal: sports success. Hütter left Frankfurt for Gladbach, ranking fifth. Grasner was challenged.