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Jürgen Klinsmann Resigns as Hertha BSC Head Coach

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Hahaha haha. What a loser. 

 

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"I want to build something big here". 10 weeks later, "see ya later, bitches". Not a good look. 

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Good. Never cared for Hertha. 

Klinsmann just needs to disappear..

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5 minutes ago, Tommy said:

"I want to build something big here". 10 weeks later, "see ya later, bitches". Not a good look. 

A fantastic player but as a manager...a complete tosser. Didn't understand why Hertha hired him in the first place. 

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He did it for the "gram". 

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1 minute ago, Tommy said:

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He did it for the "gram". 

Somehow that wouldn't surprise me xD

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I know the feelings for Hertha are not the best in Germany, but something is not quite right here.  Call me suspicious, but I have a feeling there is more to this that JK is admitting and we may have to wait for a while before the real reason comes out.  Of all the 'past' German greats he has always had a special place for me and this is not the man I have respected for years.  Something is wrong here!:(

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Not even 3 month at the helm, although he was the boss during the winter break.xD Can`t see another German club signing Klinsmann as manager after that enormous failures at Bayern and now Hertha BSC.

Read Alexander Nouri takes over as a caretaker, wish him all the best.

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Appararently Klinsmann resigned because he is supposed to take over for Kohfeldt in Bremen. It's not confirmed yet though. :ph34r:

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Just now, Faithcore said:

Appararently Klinsmann resigned because he is supposed to take over for Kohfeldt in Bremen. It's not confirmed yet though. :ph34r:

xD I'd cancel my membership if that happened. 

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1 hour ago, SchalkeUK said:

I know the feelings for Hertha are not the best in Germany, but something is not quite right here.  Call me suspicious, but I have a feeling there is more to this that JK is admitting and we may have to wait for a while before the real reason comes out.  Of all the 'past' German greats he has always had a special place for me and this is not the man I have respected for years.  Something is wrong here!:(

Yeah maybe he couldn't find that coaching license he allegedly "forgot" in California after all :ph34r:

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Allegedly Klinsmann demanded a two years contract as technical director, a position that doesn't exist at Hertha, from next season on and resigned, when the board answered they could talk about a new role for Klinsmann, if and when their stay in the league is secured. He behaved like a little child, if true.

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Wow. So he gets appointed until the end of the season, spends 75+ million in less than three months, the club is still near the bottom of the table, yet he prioritises consolidating power, throws his toys out of the pram when he's not given what he wants immediately and then quits via a facebook post leaving the club in chaos in the middle of the season before even informing them properly? Yet still he's very eager to stay in the Aufsichtsrat despite the "lack of trust" allegedly showed by the club for him. That's absurd xD Even more absurd is the fact that Hertha are actually letting him stay after what happened??? Someone should get that clown a private jet and send him back to California. 

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1 minute ago, nudge said:

 Someone should get that clown a private jet and send him back to California. 

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47 minutes ago, nudge said:

Wow. So he gets appointed until the end of the season, spends 75+ million in less than three months

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On 11/02/2020 at 14:33, SchalkeUK said:

I know the feelings for Hertha are not the best in Germany, but something is not quite right here.  Call me suspicious, but I have a feeling there is more to this that JK is admitting and we may have to wait for a while before the real reason comes out.  Of all the 'past' German greats he has always had a special place for me and this is not the man I have respected for years.  Something is wrong here!:(

Apparently he and Mr.Preetz had some big disagreements. Essentially, I think that Klinsmann wanted more control over the affairs at the club, but Hertha Berlin weren't willing to give in to his demands.

It's a real shame, but I would of thought that all this would have been sorted out before he became manager at Hertha. When he signed the contract, he must of known what the terms and conditions were. So unfortunately, I think that Jurgen might only have himself to blame in this particular situation.

Either way, he's probably jumped into his beetle, riding down the autobahn and heading to the nearest airport, so he can fly back to California. What a short stay he has had in Berlin. He spent 80 million plus euros on new players, only to leave a few weeks later. I wonder what the new players he signed must be thinking?:dam: 

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