Assistant coach legend Peter Hermann leaves BVB and ends his career

After just five months as Edin Terzic's assistant, assistant coach legend Peter Hermann is leaving BVB again.

Assistant coach legend Peter Hermann leaves BVB and ends his career

After just five months as Edin Terzic's assistant, assistant coach legend Peter Hermann is leaving BVB again. The 70-year-old ended his career for health reasons.

"Peter asked us for his release for health reasons. It goes without saying that we have granted his request," said BVB sports director Sebastian Kehl on Wednesday afternoon. "Last summer we were incredibly happy that Peter - although his personal life plans did not envisage this at the time - decided to spend another year in professional football and for BVB. In him we are not only losing an experienced, technically excellent coach, but also also a great person," says Kehl.

Coach Edin Terzic also spoke up: "Peter Hermann leaves a very big gap for all of us in the assistant coach position, both professionally and personally. In addition, he will be missed as a friend and companion at my side Hearts: Thank you, Peter."

BVB wants to decide "within the coming weeks" whether and who should succeed Hermann.

The 70-year-old has been a professional trainer since 1989. First for many years at Bayer Leverkusen. Later also at FC Bayern, Schalke and HSV, among others. As an assistant, he was German champion three times, won the Champions League in 2013 and twice celebrated the DFB Cup success.

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as assistant coach legend Peter Hermann is leaving BVB and ending his career.

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