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    Nouri wins his first match as Hertha's interim coach vs. relegation contenders, Paderborn.

    "Hertha wins at Nouri debut

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    The new Hertha trainer Alexander Nouri defeated SC Paderborn.

    SC Paderborn - Hertha BSC 1: 2 (0: 1)

    After the surprising and much-discussed retirement of Hertha coach Jürgen Klinsmann , the previous assistant Alexander Nouri sat on the boss's seat for the first time. His debut started promisingly: after ten minutes, the guests were in the lead at the bottom of the table."

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    Nouri is so nice, i wish him all the best, one day he will be coaching in Iran, im sure about that.


    I remember his great game against bayern and how he said that branko invited him to a TM camp but he was injured and could not join he said
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    he can do a good job, you never know he might do well

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    Berlin singend Bruno Labaddia as the head coach. Alexander Nouri is not longer the coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naap View Post
    Berlin singend Bruno Labaddia as the head coach. Alexander Nouri is not longer the coach
    he will still be part of the coaching staff though right?

    His final stat line was :1W, 1L, 2D. Not terrible. They started games really poorly under him and conceded many goals, but had multiple crazy comebacks after half time, especially vs dusseldorf away where they scored 3 to bring it back. Overall their form was a slight improvement compared to before he took charge, but they also played some of the weaker sides in his 4 matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inarsenewetrust View Post
    he will still be part of the coaching staff though right?

    His final stat line was :1W, 1L, 2D. Not terrible. They started games really poorly under him and conceded many goals, but had multiple crazy comebacks after half time, especially vs dusseldorf away where they scored 3 to bring it back. Overall their form was a slight improvement compared to before he took charge, but they also played some of the weaker sides in his 4 matches.
    According to media reports, he will be released immediately and will not return to Berlin

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    Destroying Analysis by Kicker about Nouri.

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    This underlines what many said, that he is just not strong enough as a coach.
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    Hertha: A comment by Steffen Rohr
    Back to realism

    The change of trainer was planned for the summer anyway. Hertha BSC now prefers the personnel and dismisses the overwhelmed Alexander Nouri. The choice of Bruno Labbadia shows that the club that was the transfer world champion in winter shows realism. Kicker reporter Steffen Rohr comments on the development at the capital's club. Only here instead of in the middle - Alexander Nouri had the feeling more often in the two months in which he was responsible for the team. And the distance between the professionals and their hard-working, but hapless supervisor was probably never as great as that Friday evening in Düsseldorf in late February. Hertha was 0: 3 behind at the break, on the pitch the eleven had broken up into their individual parts for 45 excruciatingly long minutes. In the cabin, goalkeeper Thomas Kraft made a loud appeal to his colleagues, then the leaders Per Skjelbred, Vladimir Darida and Vedad Ibisevic took matters into their own hands and designed the urgently needed corrections for the second half on the tactical board. Nouri was there too, he didn't say much in those 15 minutes. The game ended 3: 3, Kraft's speech took hold, the tactical and personal improvements were fruitful. Nouri sat on the bench with all three Berlin gates as indifferent as if he had won the place there in a competition and canceled his long, planned social evening with friends.

    Nouri's behavior irritated

    At the latest in those hours - six days after the disastrous home 0: 5 against the promoted 1. FC Köln - it became clear: Nouri lacks acceptance and authority. The former Bremen head coach, whom Jürgen Klinsmann had surprisingly appointed to his staff at the end of November, admittedly came into a delicate and difficult situation after the boss's blitz departure in February. But he failed to do anything that could have made his new job easier. The fact that he did not move away from his two-and-a-half-month superior Klinsmann, who left everyone in the lurch and then followed after his crashing escape, did not cost Nouri a great deal of reputation in the cabin. Some in the club were irritated by the fact that he was not in Berlin this week, when Hertha resumed training on the pitch in groups of eight, but left the units and the preliminary discussions with every single professional athletic trainer Henrik Kuchno.

    Massive doubts about Nouri

    Nouri has lost only one of his four games as a temporary boss, but has never won the bulk of the team. In a season finale that is still in the room with tight timing and the sporting unchanged critical situation of the league thirteenth, this might have become too heavy a mortgage. After the season at the latest, Nouri would have ended anyway. In view of the massive doubts about him and against the background of the Corona-related suspension of the game and the expected shortened preparation for the new season, Hertha preferred the most important change of the season now. That makes sense - in terms of content and timing. Some steps are unavoidable if you want to continue safely afterwards.

    Labbadia's calling is not the worst signal

    The choice of Bruno Labbadia shows a return to realism that some no longer believed the Big City Club could do. After the failed experiment with the Bundesliga novice Ante Covic, Hertha and the former national coach and world champion Klinsmann opted for the contrast program - and in the January transfer period with 77 million euros in transfer fees for four new players reached more deeply than any other club worldwide. Klinsmann wanted to turn the whole club inside out. He failed to give his team a hierarchy and a structured offensive game. Now Labbadia is someone who has proven his fitness as a Bundesliga coach and who stands for clear ideas - and for work instead of visions that obscure the reality.

    Ten months after the end of Pal Dardai's four and a half years, Hertha makes the next attempt to settle the succession satisfactorily. The goals remain unchanged, but they are now no longer fired weekly in Facebook live chats: Hertha wants to qualify for the Europa League in 2020/21 and with a view to the Champions League. The fact that hesitant Niko Kovac was not available now, as in November, brought Labbadia into pole position. His calling is not the worst signal in this Hertha season, which is full of missteps, hubris and disappointments: the club no longer drowns out reality, but instead engages in it.

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    ^seems to me Kicker has forever been a dick when it comes to performance ratings of any of our players or coaches or anyone with iranian connection of sorts ..!

    must be ran or financed by jews..?? fk them..!
    I think Nouri is gonna be back in another year or less in some sorta coaching role in BL..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BacheLot View Post
    ^seems to me Kicker has forever been a dick when it comes to performance ratings of any of our players or coaches or anyone with iranian connection of sorts ..!

    must be ran or financed by jews..?? fk them..!
    I think Nouri is gonna be back in another year or less in some sorta coaching role in BL..!!
    Probably KSA funded. Most major news outlet these days get a bunch of "donations" from KSA or KSA related avenues. For example, did you know that National Geographic gets a whole bunch of money from KSA?

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