Never two without three. Mainz has dismissed coach Sandro Schwarz, who has been on the job for more than two years, on Sunday, the day after the team's loss to Union Berlin (3-2), becoming the third technician to be dismissed. in eight days, after Niko Kovac at Bayern Munich and Achim Beierlorzer in Cologne.
Schwarz, 41, has paid the costs of the last two defeats of Mainz: 8-0 on the grounds of RB Leipzig, the weekend before Saturday's 3-2.
# Mainz05 and head coach Sandro Schwarz.
The decision comes as a result of meetings that took place on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. pic.twitter.com/9CyQHNVoMt
– Mainz 05 English (@ Mainz05en) November 10, 2019
Mainz, 16th with nine points, only five more than the last Paderborn, will take advantage of the international truce to find a successor to Schwarz. His next match in the Bundesliga will take place on November 24 in Hoffenheim.
Last Sunday, Bayern Munich sacked Niko Kovac, who scored a Bundesliga-German Cup double last season after a humble 5-1 defeat in Frankfurt in the league, a first for the Bavarians for more than a decade ( 5-1 against Wolfsburg in April 2009).