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With Hicke, much to the delight of many austrians, retiring as head coach for the nationalteam the question of who his replacement will be leaves many possible answers. I think Hicke has left a good fundament to build on for whoever takes over the reign, and personally I would see Herzog be given the chance to prove himself after serving as Hickersbergers understudy for the last two years. Other candidates I would like to see figure on ÖFBs shortlist is Jara, Constantini, Schachner and Krauss. Peter Pacult and Helmut Kraft would`ve been good names as well but I cant see them leave Rapid Wien and FC Magna Wiener Neustadt respectively at this point.

Anyone else that should be in for the reckoning?
 

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i think it'll be herzog.
he's cheap, he's austrian and he won't try(dare) to turn the whole rotting core of öfb upside down.

worst choice:
jara.
i hate this moron!

best choice:
ANYONE from abroad.
 

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I agree, it has to be some foreigner. However, I fear ÖFB's candidates from abroad aren't what I have in mind as well...

Btw: Bundesliga starts already today! Much too early, imo...
 

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I agree, it has to be some foreigner. However, I fear ÖFB's candidates from abroad aren't what I have in mind as well...

Btw: Bundesliga starts already today! Much too early, imo...
Whats the reason for such an early start? I`ve noticed its been like that for some years now but has yeat to find any explanation on why. Its way to early imo. Not only on a general basis but even more so considering the Euro has just ended.
 

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Can't believe Austria got Bruckner, I was convinced that he's retiring at 68. Czech NT tried to convince him to stay but he said he made up his mind and now this....
 

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Can't believe Austria got Bruckner, I was convinced that he's retiring at 68. Czech NT tried to convince him to stay but he said he made up his mind and now this....
The combination of a new challenge and a heavy salary probably did the trick. The up and coming austrians could really be well off under the guidance of a shrewd old coach like Bruckner.
 
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