Manga before England change: Is SGE sports director Krösche the reason for this?

Ben Manga, who is employed by Eintracht as director of professional football, is expected to leave the SBU in the near future.

Manga before England change: Is SGE sports director Krösche the reason for this?

Ben Manga, who is employed by Eintracht as director of professional football, is expected to leave the SBU in the near future. According to a report by Sky, Frankfurt's "diamond eye" should become sports director at Watford FC. At first glance, the probable loss of the 48-year-old weighs heavily, but BILD has now revealed that there has been a crisis between Manga and sports director Krösche for a long time.

Ben Manga, celebrated in the Frankfurt area as the "diamond eye", is about to say goodbye to Eintracht. He is expected to join his new club in England in the winter. That should be the second division FC Watford, reports Sky. Financially, that's not so bad for Eintracht. After all, you save the salary of the SBU director, which is at least 600,000 euros a year. There will also be no successor. According to BILD information, the way Manga does scouting is no longer fabricated in Frankfurt. Accordingly, the 48-year-old should not have been included for a long time when it came to the big transfers. According to the report, the Frankfurters even support a quick change, especially since the scout still has a valid contract until 2026.

A big problem at the moment is that sports director Markus Krösche and Ben Manga just don't get along. Both are said to have very different perspectives on how transfers are engineered and completed. Accordingly, there has been an ice age between the two for a long time. There was never a relationship of trust. The past has often shown that such constellations do not work well in a Bundesliga club in the long term. Manga is also said to be accused of not doing enough public relations work and is not very visible overall. Therefore, there was never any thought of promoting Manga to a board position. Since Fredi Bobic turned his back on the Hessians, manga is said to have lost its influence over the long term and no longer has a clear task. The split seems inevitable anyway. For manga, a move to England would also be a career advancement. As sports director, he should only report to the president of his likely new club.

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as a manga before the change to England: Is SGE sports director Krösche the reason for this? released.

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