Felix Magath showed grace. With the dreaded medicine balls and sweaty resistance runs, the coach of Hertha BSC had shoved his players enough. The actually planned final game in the prelude of the training camp in the East Westführen Harse Angle made Magath therefore out.
Satisfied the 68-year-old then strolled in Badelatschen from the lawn – and moved a conclusion that had to sound for Kevin Prince Boateng and Co. as a threat. “Oh,” said Magath with a wink, “That was Easy.” The coach was always satisfied with his players: “The team has moved with devotion and full of elong.”
In the noble hotel complex Klosterpforte, the Berliner has been saving for the final spurt in the league since Tuesday. For Tables 16. It’s not less than the league. “We will use the days here to make up more closely as a group and focus on the upcoming tasks,” said Magath, who stands in front of his premiere at the side line of the capitals.
In the recent 3-0 against the TSG Hoffenheim, Magath had missed due to a corona infection, yet the team took his first victory after nine unsuccessful league games. On Saturday (15:30 / SKY) it goes for Berlin immediately after the training camp to the Champions League candidate Bayer Leverkusen.