YB coach is still called Interim and until the end of the season Matteo Vanetta (43). The former assistant has accomplished his task of knocking down champions at least to a conference league qualification. Now the key is to get back second place from the FCB. But even if it succeeds, it is highly doubtful that Vanetta will remain on the list of candidates. YB also did not experience a significant increase in performance under his leadership. And his average score – 1.33 per match – is even lower than his predecessor David Wagner.
So why get it? The name of former Thun coach Marco Schneider was high on the candidate list until Tuesday. But then YB sports director Christoph Spycher suddenly managed to delete him. Bern’s Oberlander has signed a contract with the Bundesliga to drop out of the Greuther Fürth by 2024.
Wicky is hot!
So what does the new plucking order look like? One of the names at the top is Raphael Wicky. The former FCB coach should fit perfectly into YB’s mission, which is characterized by a philanthropic approach, due to its down-to-earth, straightforward, communicative nature and ability to communicate positively with people, as well as its origins from the Upper Valais. .
2021 After leaving Chicago Fire head coach in September, Wicky initially wanted to take a break and take care of his illness.
a father to take care of. He’s doing better now, and the break should end. Wicky is hot!
Lustrinelli is often in Wankdorf
Who else has a question? Giorgio Contini, who by his immovable nature has so far survived every storm in foreign-dictated tornado centers in Lausanne and the GC? St. Gallen coach Peter Zeidler is, of course, a logical candidate on the Basel and YB lists, but now has a flaw – he has coached the loser of the cup final twice.
U21 national team coach Mauro Lustrinelli, who spends a lot of time in Wankdorf, but this does not necessarily have to be equated with his own claims. However, he also coached his big game suboptimally when his team failed to make it to the European Championship with the Netherlands majority.
It’s hard to imagine Celestini
Fabio Celestini of Romando, on the other hand, who feels at home in all parts of the country, probably made himself impossible in Bern on his way to Lucerne, accompanied by a breach of loyalty. After all, loyalty is the core value that underpins YB’s thinking.
Do you have Bruno Berner on the list who really has a withdrawal clause from the association agreement? Or the German Alexander Blessin, who just dropped out of Serie B with Genoa (and with Silvan Hefti…), who was coached at RB Leipzig and was on the YB list a year ago. It is unlikely to fail with Wagner, who came from a similar corner to come.
Or even Mario Frick, who also works very well in Lucerne with whom
one would be Gerry Seoane on the track. Or what? So we go. With Wicky in the front row. But that doesn’t mean anything, because Spycher surprised everyone with both Seoane and Wagner.