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What Kurier says...

- Matthäus is set to leave, just because alsmost everyone (except for some fans) want him to leave. Probably Aston Villa (!) offered a contract! :dazed:

- Constantini was offered a contract. He'd have earned what Loddar gets per month. He comment in a friendly way that it would be a joke-offer.

- Osim could join Rapid, as there's no target left for him at Sturm. Kartnig would go made and bomb Hanappi stadium...

- Heribert Weber could take over Osim's job at Sturm, which would mean a first class ticket to first division for the orange-boys...

- Kranciar is most likely as Loddar's successor though...
 

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Kranjcar or Starek....
 

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It's always funny (and frightening at the same time) to hear the rumours when any Austrian team is looking for a new coach.
Starek? :rolleyes:
Hickersberger? :rolleyes:
Is this everything we have? Are there really no young revolutionarys with new ideas? Let the old boys stay on their golf course, that's where they belong...
 

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Well Kranjcar resigned from his club NK Zagreb today and is set to take over Rapid. He already visited the club this week and apparantly they have offered him the position. Not confirmed fully yet but that is what the Croatian media is saying anyway.

He is a very good coach who's teams always play nice football.
 

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it's official!!!

Friday, May 10, 2002
Rapid Vienna fire coach Matthaeus

VIENNA, May 10 (Reuters) - Austria's Rapid Vienna have fired coach Lothar Matthaeus after a disappointing season in which the club slipped to their lowest position in their 103-year history.
The decision to sack the former German captain came as no surprise following weeks of media speculation over the 41-year-old who signed a two-year contract with the club in September last year.

'Rapid have this morning severed its contract with the coaching team of Lothar Matthaeus,' Rapid said in a statement on its website on Friday.

The team cited differences over the club's achievements in the past season. It added a decision would be made over Matthaeus's successor in the next few days.

Matthaeus said on Thursday he wanted to continue working with the team, adding he felt he had fulfilled the task which had been set him by the management. The club ended the season on Thursday in eighth position.

Matthaeus was due to hold a press conference at 1300 GMT on Friday.

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