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2022-05-19T21:21:48.426Z

"Then everyone put their hands back in their laps..." Created: 05/19/2022Updated: 05/19/2022, 23:11 By: Uli Kellner Six politicians and a non-party coach: Ex-SPD member Michael Köllner in the midst of the lion fans among the state parliamentarians. From left: Hep Montagzeder (Greens), Martin Hagen (FDP), Albert Duin (FDP), Markus Büchler (Greens), Inge Aures (SPD), Max Deisenhofer (Greens). © F



"Then everyone put their hands back in their laps..."

Created: 05/19/2022Updated: 05/19/2022, 23:11

By: Uli Kellner

Six politicians and a non-party coach: Ex-SPD member Michael Köllner in the midst of the lion fans among the state parliamentarians.

From left: Hep Montagzeder (Greens), Martin Hagen (FDP), Albert Duin (FDP), Markus Büchler (Greens), Inge Aures (SPD), Max Deisenhofer (Greens).

© FDP parliamentary group

Thursday morning he was still at the pool in Mallorca - in the evening he entertained the "Lion Regulars' Table" in the Maximilianeum.

Many questions, many answers - except for one...

"Michael Köllner, non-party".

The trainer (and ex-SPD member) who was flown in fresh from Mallorca was the one who got the first laugh at the “Löwen-Stammtisch” in the state parliament – ​​and as is the case with the eloquent Upper Palatinate: He also provided an extra-long question time.

It ended after two hours with applause, selfies, autographs - and with politicians who went home satisfied.

It was an evening as entertaining as Derblecken at Nockherberg.

Köllner spiced up his appearance as the guest of honor of the inviting FDP parliamentary group with anecdotes, a clear political edge ("I hope that Karl Lauterbach's craft is put to rest"), jokes and relentlessly honest confessions.

For example, that he lay in bed after games and thought: "I've failed abysmal." Because 1860 had once again disappointed his loyal audience.

The most important question, however, was only partially answered at the end of the moody evening: will he stay with 1860 now that the club has already given him five newcomers?

I have a good feeling about the five newcomers.

You need characters, you need quality, and in the end everything has to be affordable.

From my point of view things are going really well.

But we have to stay active.

1860 trainer Michael Köllner at the politicians' regulars' table in the state parliament.

On the one hand, Köllner said: "I have a good feeling with the five newcomers.

You need characters, you need quality, and in the end everything has to be affordable.

From my point of view things are going really well.

We are on the right track and have reached about half of the distance in preparation for the new season.” But he also said in the direction of the eagerly nodding ex-1860 official Hep Montagzeder: “I know the club well.

If you now say: Everything fits!

Then my subliminal gut feeling is that everyone will put their hands on their laps again, sit down in the beer garden and say: Hey, it's nice in Minga!

And then nothing more will be done.” No, he said into the laughter of the politicians: “We have to remain active on our issues.” From his point of view, it is legitimate to keep up the pressure,

Köllner's upcoming topics are: Building a new team of coaches, from which two assistants have left (co-coach Günter Brandl and athletics coach Matthias Luginger).

In the end, host Martin Hagen compared the robust Köllner to cult coach Werner Lorant and enthused: “They always say there are no more guys in football.

I think tonight proved otherwise.”

Source: merkur

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