– Tuesday, 10.09.2019, 14:44
His furious speech in the TV interview after the game made the rounds (HERE's the VIDEO!), But apparently, the ÖFB-Record International has lost not only in front of the cameras the mastery.
If Israeli media reports are credited, Herzog is said to have disengaged after the match in the Israeli cabin. The rage was said to have been so intense that players even started to cry.
However, Israeli media often – but not necessarily in this case – tend to exaggerate. Israel Sports Director Willi Ruttensteiner said about the environment in his new adopted country in the LAOLA1 interview in June: "In the public pressure has increased.I would summarize it as: Heavens exultant, deathly saddened.It is insanely fast."
Player yelled and kicked against bottles and table?
Allegedly, the ex-professional should have roared his players in the locker room and kicked out of rage against bottles and against a table.
In addition, he is said to have called the players naive, blamed them for their stupid mistakes and conveyed the message that they will never achieve something like that.
Although Israel lost a good starting position with their last two defeats and a draw after a dream start, Herzog's team is still in the running for the top spots in the European Championship qualifying campaign to give the country its first ever participation in a major event since 1970.
Despite a dry spell, the association should still have no doubt about the team boss and want to continue working with him.
Source of text: © LAOLA1.at
Andreas Herzog after Israel bankruptcy in European Championship qualifiers
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