Gelsenkirchen (dpa) – Former Schalke coach Felix Magath sees the division of competences in the Bundesliga club as the cause of the deep crisis.
“For me it is often a problem with the big clubs that make decisions there in the field of sports. We now have a structure at the clubs where many have a say, but you don’t even know who is responsible,” said the 67- Years of the newspaper “Bild”. Magath coached Schalke from July 2009 to March 2011.
That was clearly “nine or ten years ago.” “You knew that, I am responsible for it,” said Magath, who is not thinking about returning to Gelsenkirchen as a coach. “I don’t have to think about that, because nobody from FC Schalke would think of talking to me.” Magath is now the football manager of the online printing company Flyeralarm, which, among other things, finances the second division of Würzburger Kickers. Schalke released coach David Wagner on Sunday.