Prussia’s sports boss is happy – Niemeyer passes the trainer exam! – Soccer

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Prussia’s sports boss is happy. Niemeyer passes the trainer exam!

“Standstill is backlog, so further training is very important to me,” said Münster’s sports director Peter Niemeyer (37) just a few days ago in an interview with BILD. And his words were backed up with deeds immediately afterwards the exam for the Trainer A certificate, which entitles him to coach in the U19 Bundesliga, among other things.

Does he see his professional future on the sidelines after all? “No”, reassured Niemeyer, who was on the course together with ex-professional and ARD expert Thomas Broich (40), “I definitely want to stay at the managerial level. That is the path that I will continue to take. “

Photo: Michael Kreft

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Team colleague of Peter Niemeyer at the Trainer-A-Schein course: Ex-professional Thomas Broich, most recently as a youth coach at Eintracht France and as an ARD expert at the European ChampionshipsPhoto: Michael Kreft

It was almost two years ago that he registered for his coaching license. At that time, Niemeyer was still in the service of Holland’s first division club Twente Enschede, where he headed the youth department and coached the reserve team. But then Corona came and also tore the A-license course apart. Who only now found the crowning conclusion for him …

What Niemeyer starts, he finishes. Quitting because he had meanwhile taken over the job as the successor to Malte Metzelder (39) at Prussia was never an option for him: “I really wanted to go through with this and I think it’s important and right to always broaden my own perspective.”

He is only relieved that the double burden is over now. He can focus his full concentration on the Prussians again, where there are some open construction sites. Until the start of the new regional league season on August 14th at home against Alemannia Aachen (Saturday / 2pm), two or three commitments should be made.

That takes time, however, and it definitely won’t work before the four-day training camp in Barsinghausen, which starts on Tuesday (July 27th). There, however, left-back Fadhel Morou (24), who is fit again after a shoulder injury (BILD reported), is supposed to play again with head coach Sascha Hildmann (49). There are many indications that the ex-Straelen man will then sign with the Eagle Club.

Alles sieht nach Einigung aus: Innenverteidiger Roshon van Eijma (r.) wird die Preußen vorzeitig verlassenPhoto: firo Sportphoto

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Everything looks like an agreement: central defender Roshon van Eijma (r.) Will leave the Prussians earlyPhoto: firo Sportphoto

In return, the early termination of the contract with central defender Roshon van Eijma (23) is imminent. The native Dutchman, unfortunately on the road too often with Curaçao’s national team and therefore difficult to plan for Hildmann, has apparently agreed on the terms with Prussia. The separation is expected to officially take place this week …



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