Borussia Moenchengladbach announces the suspension of his goalkeeper for two matches, and confirms that Adolf Hutter will join next season, to occupy the position of coach.
Borussia Monchengladbach announced today, Tuesday, that its Swiss goalkeeper Jan Sommer has been suspended for two matches, after receiving a red card during his team’s match against Hertha Berlin.
Sumer was sent off in the 13th minute of the match in the 28th round of the German football league “Bundesliga”.
Mönchengladbach stated that Sommer will miss the team’s match at home against Eintracht Frankfurt next Saturday, as well as the match between Hoffenheim on April 21.
Moenchengladbach ranks eighth with 40 points, after 28 matches in the German Bundesliga.
– Gladbach (@borussia_en) April 13, 2021
In another context, Austrian coach Adolf Huter will leave the coaching of his current team, Eintracht Frankfurt, to take over the coaching of Mönchengladbach next season.
Moenchengladbach’s sporting director, Max April, said: “We are delighted to have Adi Huter accept our offer. For our team, he is the best coach to face the challenges we will face from the summer.”
According to a statement from Eintracht, Hutter informed management last night of his decision.
Gladbach has been looking for a coach a few weeks ago to succeed Marco Ross, who will coach Borussia Dortmund next season.
Hutter’s decision appears surprising given that Eintracht is on its way to qualifying for the Champions League, while Gladbach is far from the qualifying spots for the European League.
Eintracht is currently fourth in the Bundesliga, seven points ahead of fifth in the standings, Borussia Dortmund.