The transformation must come with coach number three: SV Ried under Andreas Herraf wants to stop the downside and in the first match of the qualifying group against TSV Hartberg (Starting at 4 PM live and exclusively on Sky Sport Austria 4 – Stream the game live with SkyX dream passGather important points. This should succeed, among other things, with the coach’s experience and a more compact playing system.
In just ten days, Andreas Herav has transitioned from the new assistant coach under Myron Muslik to the interim coach. Even if the latest trend reverses after ten league matches without a win it will take longer anyway, the Rapid pro has long wanted to secure relegation with the rising players.
For Heraf, his role as interim coach until the end of the season is indeed the third place the 53-year-old will occupy in just under two years at Innviertel: Heraf was hired as assistant coach at Ried for the first time in the summer of 2019 – at that time still In the second division under Gerald Baumgartner. Despite the ascent achieved, separate paths followed – due to central differences of opinion, as Herav later explains: “In no way did I try to get rid of Gerald Baumgartner.” As his successor, Harv still returned to Reid and now faces an entirely different challenge in the same club.
While he returned to Reid shortly after saying goodbye the previous year, his last appearance as a coach in the Bundesliga was more than 15 years ago: he coached FC Bashing in the 2005/06 season, before that after three matches without a win. Fast separation follows.
The staggering Ridder wants to “give 120 percent” against Hartberg
Herraf worked at the third training station in Upper Austria for a long time: in 68 matches, he took care of the then Second Division Schwannstadt, which rose to second place in the second division. With later Bundesliga players like Thomas Heinum and Lucas Mossner, they remained unbeaten in the first 10 matches of their second spell after the short appearances by Bashing’s guest and celebrated 19 wins this season.
One match in the EM semi-finals and two appearances in New Zealand
Shortly after his final departure from Schwanenstadt, the club was supposed to move to Wiener Neustadt, but Heraf hired the ÖFB after a few games in Parndorf. With short breaks, Herav worked for the National Football League for nine years. Supervised selections from U15 to U20 and qualified for a total of five major international youth soccer events.
With current squad players such as Florian Gerlich and Philip Lienhardt, Austria, led by Herav, reached the semi-finals of the 2014 European U-19 Championship in Hungary and the round of 16 of the 2015 U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.
The former Hanover Legion was to move to the other end of the world two years later: Herav assumed a significant job position in New Zealand as technical director and captain of a women’s team. After initially achieving great goals, his involvement in Oceania ended almost a year later with particular enthusiasm: Heraf was accused of human misconduct, but faced questionable criticism, especially from the media.
in a Talk & Tore He finally spoke for the first time in 2018 about the serious allegations against him.
Andreas Herraf: The newspapers likened me to Adolf Hitler
Back in Austria, there was another job in the second highest division: in February 2019 he took over the Floridsdorfer AC and adopted a compact structure, mostly in the 4-4-2 system. In total, FAC has collected three wins in ten matches.
SV Ried has many matches to go this season – and Heraf will likely be building on a similar concept. With goal nets late in the last few rounds causing a lot of trouble, Rieder will now try to give the opponent some space and create opportunities across the benchmarks.
Courage gives Reed, of all things, the balance against the leader of the qualifying group Hartburg Courage: Against Ostester Reed, he has collected four points this season. The 2-0 home win on 7 November is also the only home win of the current Bundesliga season.
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