The resignation of sports director Max Eberl at Borussia Mönchengladbach also affected Adi Hütter’s work. On ‘Sky Austria’, the former coach of the Bundesliga club looks back on what happened at the beginning of the year in the program ‘Talk und Tore’.
Hütter says: “It was a slap in the face for me because I felt like I could tear trees out with him. Then it was a difficult year.” Then he did “Nor did it perform as it should and didn’t act as consistently as I might have done in Frankfurt.”
At the end of the season, Gladbach and Hütter parted ways after just one year. The 52-year-old Austrian now wants to return to the sidelines: “It’s pulling me back again. If something exciting comes along, whenever that is, then I want to be there again. But I’m still relaxed.” Hütter’s big dream: “I would still like to hear the Champions League anthem.”