Türkgücü Munich: Ex-team Manager Kadir Alkan in the Interview | district of Munich city

According to its end at Türkgücü Munich, it was quiet at Kadir Alkan. In the Interview, the Ex-teamam anger about the prospect of his Ex-club and personal goals

Türkgücü Munich: Ex-team Manager Kadir Alkan in the Interview | district of Munich city

According to its end at Türkgücü Munich, it was quiet at Kadir Alkan. In the Interview, the Ex-teamam anger about the prospect of his Ex-club and personal goals.

After Kadir Alkan talked in the initial part of the interview in detail about his work in Türkgücü Munich, the 40-Year-old in the second part of in the future. Alkane believes that the stadium issue at the Moment is the biggest Problem of his Ex-club. He also reveals his personal goals and toying with a commitment in the Regionalliga Bayern.

the Grünwalder stadium with the imminent rise in the third League, or a topic in Türkgücü Munich?

I can't answer, because I'm internally in the process. At the moment it is not, I believe, only the issue of ascension and the 3. League, but there is a principle question by Corona: How is it at all? Without spectators receipts are missing, of course, and also sponsors can break in this time. This has a very different budget planning. In the skin of those responsible, I don't want to get stuck currently, and need to plan without a secure League affiliation with the squad. For me, at the Moment, the larger problems than the question of the Grünwalder stadium.

Alkan: "The 3. League is financially unrewarding“

do you Think the rise in these conditions is possible?

It has now so long working on the goal. The club would like to take advantage of the good athletic starting position, of course, and the last step to go. The 3. League is financially, however, is ungrateful. In addition, Türkgücü has hardly any Fans and no functioning youth work. Many teams in the 3. League is different. Players from the own youth, you can sell and the club has, in addition to the sponsors, this is an additional source of income.

How hard is it to have a working build youth work?

Very, I've even played in the youth of the TSV 1860 München, as the 1. The team was still in the League. Currently, the lions have not even issues, because the TSV 1860 in the field of youth comes from the Bavaria leagues out. To develop a youth Ministry from scratch is of course again more difficult. Since you lack as a club then a bit of the base.

Alkan about his future: When I get in, you must have the project in Hand and feet“

what about your personal future?

I used to Türkgücü a break and enjoyed very much. After that, I had some conversations, but it was more of a counselor. The questions came then, for me were, unfortunately, not interesting. I was responsible in a distinguished club in the higher-class leagues. After that, it was difficult for me to motivate myself to somewhere else virtually start from scratch. The last time I was in the exchange with some Clubs, but there were also corona due to nothing concrete. If I go again, you must have the project in Hand and foot. I don't want to start again with a complete fresh start.

you're in the mood for a new task?

Basically, I have the urge to move something. I'd prefer to work in a new League, that would be, for example, the Regionalliga. Since I don't want to work in the under-table area, the options are naturally somewhat limited. I'm going to go in with the attitude that I must do nothing.

"I want to always look types of players with character and quality"

If you are back on your time in Türkgücü, there are things you would do differently or be different in future going to do?

a Different kind of a thing is always make. You must first look at the Status-Quo of the team and the club. The conditional, of course, a piece of the decisions, so I can't say so in a lump sum. What I would like to keep but not necessarily, discipline, clear structures and short processes within the Association. In a team, I would like to have always the game types, character and quality.

thank you for the interview and stay healthy!

Interview: Florence Mature

Updated Date: 15 June 2020, 14:34

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