After the missed promotion, the new HSV coach is pretty certain.
Some media report the agreement between the Hanseatic League and Tim Walter.
Hamburg - Second division soccer team Hamburger SV * is about to sign
coach Tim Walter
, according to reports from
. Accordingly, the club managers should largely agree with the 45-year-old. Walter is expected in the Hanseatic city on Tuesday. It is to be signed for two years and officially presented in the Volkspark in the afternoon. The day before, the TV broadcaster Sky had already reported on the impending coaching obligation. There was initially no confirmation from the club on Monday.
"We will present a solution with which we want to be successful in the long term," said sports director Jonas Boldt.
The 39-year-old, who “didn't want to comment on names” after the Braunschweig game, did not want to confirm the agreement.
But Boldt emphasized that Tim Walter was “an exciting trainer”.
Hamburger SV: Tim Walter is the new coach and succeeds interim coach Hrubesch
After the separation from head coach Daniel Thioune, HSV is looking for a new coach who should lead the club back to the Bundesliga in the fourth attempt from the 2nd division.
After the last matchday on Sunday against Eintracht Braunschweig (4-0), interim coach Horst Hrubesch returned to his post as head of the youth training center as planned.
However, HSV failed again in the promotion race in fourth place.
Walter was last coach of VfB Stuttgart * in the 2nd Bundesliga.
At the end of 2019 he had to leave.
At the end of the season, the Swabians rose.
Before joining Stuttgart, he worked for the second division Holstein Kiel for a year.
He has also worked for FC Bayern *: Between 2015 and 2017 he coached the U17s and later the amateurs with the record champions.
HSV: Finally back to the Bundesliga with Tim Walter?
“A lot of things have crept in here, many have been around for a long time and we have to question whether we are on the right track.
I am of the opinion: no.
I will continue to change some things that I don't like, ”said Hrubesch during his farewell words on Sunday.
It is now up to Walter to drive these changes forward. Because the goal has not changed even after the third failed attempt: The traditional club wants to return to the top division. But it doesn't get any easier if you look at the Bundesliga relegated Schalke 04 and Werder Bremen.
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