National footballer Kevin Schade has parted ways with his advisor Mike Bartel after disrespectful comments towards the new assistant coach of 1st FC Union Berlin.
After the new role of Marie-Louise Eta, who is currently working as a temporary assistant at Union Berlin, became known, he immediately denied her qualifications and asked not to “make a mockery of” German football.
It’s a shame: “Stand for openness”
Sade now draws conclusions from these statements: “Because I absolutely do not share his position and his ideas and cannot allow them to stand on their own,” the professional from the English Premier League club Brentford explained his decision to pay-TV broadcaster Sky: “I I stand for openness, equality and diversity, and that’s how I want to feel represented.”
Barthel deleted his first comment on social network X about Marie-Louise Eta. “I have to rephrase that,” says a new post from star striker Robert Lewandowski’s former adviser: “Creating a problem with the assistant coach will not help 1. FC Union Berlin put their broken team hierarchy back in order.” (dpa/ska)
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