The former Cologne and Dortmunder Bundesliga coach Peter Stöger has been officially signals for the first time in the team bushing in the Austrian national team. The 55-year-old led a conversation with Peter Schöttel, sport director of the Austrian Football Federation (ÖFB).
“I made it clear if he wants, then the job is interesting for me. If not, I also have fun with Sky,” said the expert of the pay-TV station on Sunday. Schöttel and he knows “for 30 years. We have had to do as a player. We have had to do as an opposing coach,” Stöger said.
You know, “as we see football. We have exchanged. I have given my assessment what I perceived from the outside. He then told a bit of what he has perceived themselves,” said stomans. But he is clear about that it will “talk with many other coaches.”
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