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Chemnitz – The new week started in Chemnitz FC With a bang: Daniel Berlinski, 36, is no longer on the sidelines with immediate effect. Assistant coach Christian Teffert (40) will replace the 36-year-old. On Tuesday afternoon, he already led the first training session as the new boss.
Leave of absence struck Berlinsky like a thunderbolt from the sky! The 36-year-old is unbeaten with his team since mid-October last year. This is 16 competitive games in a row!
In the fast-moving field of football, it is common for coaches to be fired after a string of victories. The fact that the coach must resign after such a successful run must be unique.
General Director of Sport Mark Arnold explained CFC Fußball-GmbH’s unusual approach in a press release: “In our decision-making process, we have to take into account the overall development over a longer period of time and analyze it without emotional change. We look at the trends for the upcoming season, so we’ll run Head coach position.
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Arnold did not explain why Berlinski had to leave immediately.
Teffert will remain in the front line until the end of the season, continuing his rapid rise at CFC. The former Bundesliga player came to Chemnitz three years ago to sit in it. Shortly thereafter, coach David Bergner (48) was fired. Patrick Glockner (45) took over and promoted Teffert to assistant.
After relegation from the third division in 2020, Teffert remained loyal to the club’s financial association. The Halle native, who lives with his family in Chemnitz, has moved in with the newly committed Berlinsky.
“The decision to coach is not a hasty one, but a strategic consideration for a positive CFC future,” Arnold emphasized and formally lavished Teffert with praise: “At Christian, an experienced football expert, who has already been an active player, and recently as an assistant coach has repeatedly proven his leadership qualities.”
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“I’m glad I found the perfect inner solution after conversations with Christian and his willingness to do so,” Arnold continues.