Loss of coaches in the Bundesliga. At the end of the season, an unusually large number of coaches left their clubs – in one way or another. So did Hoffenheim coach Sebastian Hoeneß (40). A successor seems to be in sight, which is also freely available.

Coach carousel: Due to poor performance towards the end of the season, coach Sebastian Hoeneß (40) had to step down at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. Now Markus Weinzierls (47) is being traded as a successor candidate, as reported by “Bild”. He had just left FC Augsburg after a dispute with manager Stefan Reiter and did not extend his expiring contract.

The indications: TSG does not want to repeat the Hoeneß experiment of hiring a newcomer as a coach, but is looking for a seasoned Bundesliga coach. Hoeneß then switched from the third division of the second team of FC Bayern.

Connections: In addition, Hoffenheim manager Alexander Rosen (43) has numerous connections to Augsburg: he was born there and has already played for FC Augsburg. Roses and Weinzierl should have crossed paths at one time or another…

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