VfR Aalen says she has split from coach Uwe Wolf (54) with immediate effect. The reason for this is various incidents – including bullying and disciplinary action.
As the club announced on its website, officials at VfR Aalen felt compelled to take this step due to the numerous internal and external events.
The published list is long. Among other things, this includes threats to club staff, six ongoing proceedings at Regionalliga Südwest and multiple disregard for clear instructions from management and committees. It’s also about bullying and lying to sponsors. Wolff made false statements that would harm the club.
The association’s statement states that the Presidency, Supervisory Board and management of VfR Aalen will always be interested in further positive development. “This development is no longer guaranteed with coach Uwe Wolff.”
Wolf was suspended for unsportsmanlike behavior
In the run-up to the dismissal, Liga Wolf Sports Court suspended him for two matches due to unsportsmanlike behaviour. Among other things, after the home match against TSG Balingen last Friday, he publicly referred to the referee as a “pupil”.