Serdar Dayat was head coach at Türkgücü for only 72 days - now he's going to Turkey to cure his back.
Andreas Pummer takes over, again.
The players let the season come to a close (most recently 1: 4 in Halle), but it never gets boring at Türkgücü even in such a phase.
The next caper: coach Serdar Dayat, 51, has gone on sick leave after 72 largely unsuccessful days;
In Turkey, according to the association, he wants to prevent an apparently threatened herniated disc.
Meanwhile, an old acquaintance takes over the courage of the struggling with the newcomer: All-purpose weapon Andreas Pummer, 38, had already stepped in as boss in Halle - now the loyal assistant coach has also been officially entrusted with saving the honor of the ambitious newcomer in the last three games of the season.
“The 15-day rule always applies from the separation from a coach - no matter how often in a season.
Türkgücü managing director Max Kothny
It is made possible by a passage in the DFB statutes, which Türkgücü managing director Max Kohtny interprets as follows: "The 15-day rule always applies from the separation from a coach - no matter how often in a season." Already after the separation from Alexander Schmidt (now in Dresden) on February 9th, the license-free Pummer stepped in as an interim solution. Before his unexpected boss comeback against Verl, he said: “It's not about me, it's about the team.” It is obvious to honest Pummer that the team recently had a recruitment problem. "That's exactly the point where we're getting this back into our heads," he said. His approach: He wants to make it clear to the listless professionals that they influence their own market value in the “shop window” 3rd division. Regardless of whether they will still play a role for Munich next season.
Dayat definitely no longer plays a role at Türkgücü. It didn't sound like big stones had been put in his way either. Two words were missed at the Zoom conference on Thursday: Get well soon!