If you are as successful as YB with the figureheads Christoph Spycher (42), head of sport, and Gerry Seoane (42), trainer, a negative side effect is that there are constant rumors about departures. In the Spycher case, speculations arose about such a one at Eintracht Frankfurt, where sports director Fredi Bobic goes, probably to Hertha BSC Berlin.
But now there is clarity: As BLICK announced, the arguments in favor of Spycher’s stay outweigh the following: “I will also be YB’s sporting director next season,” said Spycher before today’s game against bottom Vaduz.
The Bernese gave the reason for this: “I believe that our successes are very much based on the values that we exemplify. One of them is loyalty. It has happened many times before that I was unable to allow a player to move at a certain point in time because it would have jeopardized the success of YB. And I want to live that one hundred percent. “
Loyalty also to an existing contract that will not expire until 2022. But also to his family, because Spycher doesn’t want to leave his kids Dominic Tiago (11) and Claudio Matteo (9) alone during the pandemic.
So Eintracht is still looking for the sports directorate. She has now found a new head of sports. To be more precise: The post will be renamed as Director of Professional Football. He will be occupied by the previous chief scout Ben Manga. And not the former national players Gelson Fernandes and Pirmin Schwegler, who are also considered candidates.
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Sports director Christoph Spycher stays exemplify loyalty