Beierlorzer criticizes too early trainer outcasts

Mainz-Coach Achim Beierlorzer has criticised what he considers to be rushed trainer outcasts in the Federal Football League.

“I am not a friend of trainer layoffs at all,” he said in the Spotify podcast “In the head of the trainer” by former “Sky” reporter Stephan Schauble. Societies should have the conviction that they have the right trainer and should instead devote more time to this task.” It would be great if the coach could work for a while,”said Beierlorzer.

He also complains about his own exemption at 1. FC Cologne after only eleven league games, but also said that he did not fit in so well after Cologne.” Mainz is a little more grounded than Cologne. I am a very grounded person,”said Beierlorzer.

Mainz more grounded than FC Cologne

Cologne was already extremely weighty, 50.000 people in the team performance would have had tremendous strength.” Cologne is an association that is completely focused on the media and that exhibits peculiarities with various constructs from the past,”explained the coach.

“Mainz is a registered association, is grounded, a small town, a team that clearly formulates the goal, These were aspects that were better suited to him.

Beierlorzer had become only ten days after his dismissal in Cologne in November 2019 new trainer of league competitor FSV Mainz 05, with whom he managed to hold the class.