1. FC Kaiserslautern: Marco Antwerp comments on the red card

After his surprising end as a coach at 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Marco Antwerpen complained bitterly about his previous employer. “I am shocked and saddened by this decision. I wanted to be promoted with this club, I gave my all for it and now I have made this crazy decision,” the 50-year-old told Sport1.

The third division had released Antwerp on Tuesday evening – a good week before the first relegation promotion match against Dynamo Dresden – and had hired Dirk Schuster (last FC Erzgebirge Aue) as their new manager.

Marco Antwerpen released to 1. FC Kaiserslautern

Antwerp also attacked CEO Thomas Hengen: “I don’t know why this person is doing it. The team is behind us as a coaching team and for now I have to let it go. I want to thank the guys and these fantastic fans. ascent is successful “.

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Antwerp saved FCK from relegation last season and are now third in the 3rd division, but have recently suffered three defeats.

1. FC Kaiserslautern: Dirk Schuster follows Antwerp

The 54-year-old shoemaker will lead the non-public training session on Betzenberg for the first time this Wednesday (15:30). In the relegation against the second division third last comes first the home game (20 May) and then the one in Dresden (24 May).

Former player and manager Fritz Fuchs has meanwhile resigned as a member of the supervisory board and advisory board. Fuchs told “Rheinpfalz” that the way the Antwerp leave expired was not decent.

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He had claimed to give Antwerp the opportunity to defend itself at an advisory committee meeting on Tuesday afternoon. This did not happen. This was “unfair” to the manager and incompatible with his values, the 78-year-old said. (dpa / pfe)

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