Borussia Mönchengladbach part ways with head coach Daniel Farke

Borussia Moenchengladbach’s decision to part ways with coach Daniel Farke after just one year in the job has been confirmed by the Bundesliga side in an official statement released on Friday.

Official Statement

The club’s statement explained that following an extensive end-of-season analysis and discussions with the former coach, it was mutually agreed to conclude their working relationship.

Roland Virkus, the sporting director, expressed gratitude to Daniel Farke and his team for their efforts, stating, “After several intensive talks, we came to the conclusion with Daniel Farke that we should go our separate ways. We would like to thank Daniel and his team for the work they have done.”

Having taken over from Adi Hütter last summer, Farke managed the team for a total of 36 matches across various competitions. During his tenure, they secured 12 victories, drew 10 matches, and experienced 14 defeats.

Farke’s track record includes successfully guiding Norwich City to the Premier League on two occasions by clinching the second division title, but unfortunately, the team faced immediate relegation both times.

Although Farke had a contract with Gladbach until 2025, the club has not yet revealed any specifics regarding his successor.

However, German media reports suggest that Gerardo Seoane, the former manager of Bayer Leverkusen, is the frontrunner for the position. Nevertheless, other contenders such as Oliver Glasner, the outgoing Frankfurt manager, and Ralph Hasenhuettl, the former Southampton boss, are also in contention.

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