Hertha BSC’s former sports director Michael Preetz has now been removed from the Berlin payroll. It’s not the only personnel decision made by the Berliners after staying up.

Final separation: Michael Preetz (54) and Hertha BSC Berlin separate their last connection. After Preetz’s leave of absence in January 2021, he was also removed from the Berlin payroll. The 54-year-old had been sports director at Hertha since 2009. The dismissal of coach Bruno Labbadia cost the former player his job.

Personnel rochade: Since the relegation, there has been a great deal of backing on the Hertha board. Coach Felix Magath is against staying in the capital. CFO Ingo Schiller ends his contract prematurely. And finally, Werner Gegenbauer announced his resignation.

Narrow relegation: Hertha only narrowly escaped the next relegation after 2012. After losing 1-0 in the first leg, she won the second leg against HSV 2-0. Hertha was last relegated in 2012 in the relegation against Fortuna Düsseldorf.

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