Very sad for the VfB, it would mean losing face for youth work and it continues to show this trend, which has absolutely no good taste.
Wehrle actually wanted the same with a stable smell in the club – but obviously his team of advisers around Lahm and Khedira, who are much busier with the DFB and co., are more important to him than someone actually relevant on the sporting level like Nico Willig.
Unfortunately, being a VfB fan is currently more of a headache than a pleasure.
Regardless of the Wehrle issue, the personnel policy and the sporting situation, I can completely understand if Willig (wants) to leave the club. Because apart from taking over the first team, he does not have many prospects at VfB. And even that won’t happen because his sponsors (especially Hitz) left or spoke out against him while still in office…besides when he was in charge we ended up being relegated , even if it wasn’t him. .. still not the best arguments. And even if he takes over from Labba the next matchday in order to keep him permanently, the success is absolutely in the stars. So why not take the next step in menswear next season? I don’t understand why it should then (presumably) be SCF II – it’s just youth work again – but it doesn’t hurt to look elsewhere. And then maybe returned to VfB as a proven coach