Long term instead of the interim coach? Roman Stary should progress onto the Wolfsberger AC Mid Range Intern Solution. According to Sky information, the 47-year-old must sponsor Lavanttaler until the end of the season and only then be replaced by the new coach.
After the resignation of Ferdinand Wildhofer, which was announced on Thursday, Wydad immediately announced that the sports coordinator would be the new interim coach. Sterry will now play that role for the rest of the season, as well skyReporter David Eder reports.
The new manager can also count on his predecessor’s coaching staff: in addition to assistant coach Mohamed Al-Sahli, goalkeeping coach Christian Gratzie will also remain on board. Interestingly, Wolfsberger sealed another transition period for the assistant coach: when Al-Sahli succeeded Gerhard Strooper at the end of 2019, Al-Sahli achieved one win and two draws in six matches.
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So Stary is now supposed to bring needed calm to the club and restore mutual trust in the team structure. Stary, who hired the club as a sports coordinator shortly after Veldhöfer’s participation in early 2020, has so far served as a front between the coaching team and officials. He must now lead WAC as a coach in the tournament target group.
Stary: A competitive player and a seasoned assistant
Born in Vienna, he played with his youth club Rapid Wien and later Austria Vienna in his active career. However, he saw his most successful times at First Vienna FC, where the former midfielder scored 21 goals in the 1998/99 Serie B season, and at FC Kärnten, with whom he won the Austrian Football Federation Cup in 2001. In Austria, coach continued New WAC Over 200 professional games.
Stary also began his career as a coach in Carinthia, coaching at the academy and assisting Frenkie Schinkels as assistant coach in the German Bundesliga. After wrapping up to the Austrian Football Association, where he was part of the coaching team at the U-20 World Cup in New Zealand in 2015, he moved again to Austria.
At Favoriten, not only was Stary used as an academic coach, Thomas Leach and Robert Ebertzberger also drew on the experience of the Bundesliga player who had previously been 62 times. A short-term promotion at Wolfsburg also ties him to the current SKN coach: Ibertsberger moved to a former assistant coach position for Hemo Fiefenberger in Spring 2018 and won four of the remaining nine matches with the Carinthians. Due to a long-standing agreement with Christian Elzer, Ebertsberger had to leave WAC the following summer.
Could Stary meet the same fate despite a similar record? On Sunday he will be at least away against SV Reed (Neighborhood And the Exclusive From 1.30 pm Sky Sport Austria 3Standing on the sidelines for the first time as a coach at Wydad.