VfL Wolfsburg: Nico Kovac throws Max Kruse out forever! | Sports

While Wolfsburg clinched their first win of the season 1-0 against Eintracht in Frankfurt, Max Kruse (34) was happily touring through Berlin.

The reason: Wolfsburg’s coach Niko Kovac (50) has suspended his offensive star. The striker will no longer play for Wolfsburg. After the game, Kovac said live on “Sky” on TV: “We didn’t see any impulses from Max. So as a coach you have to see the club. So we made the decision. He won’t be there in the future and definitely won’t play anymore.”

When asked by the Sky reporter whether this was the end of a great Bundesliga career, Kovac answered briefly: “Yes.” Will Kruse really not play anymore? “No.” As a coach, he has a responsibility to help the team, Kovac said. “The club is above everything and that’s why we made the decision together.”

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Most recently, Kruse was in the starting eleven twice.

On Saturday he’ll be whizzing through Berlin during the game!

His wife Dilara reveals in her Instagram story from the car: “We were having breakfast now, yes at this time. We’re not that into breakfast at 10am. Don’t ask why. And now we’re driving in the direction of Kreuzberg and going to watch football right away.”

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That’s it now with Kruse (contract until 2023) and Wolfsburg. It just didn’t fit between him and his new coach Kovac. The trainer values ​​total fitness and discipline, but Kruse has neither at all…

About the game: Wolfsburg initially had better chances, and Eintracht goalkeeper Trapp scraped a cracker from Svanberg out of the left corner (32′).

Then Frankfurt’s Jakic fails with his long-range shot on the post (39th). Otherwise, Eintracht is shockingly harmless up front despite the final offensive.

In the 60th minute, Wolfsburg defender Lacroix first got his head on the ball after a corner, Trapp misjudged. Inside – 1:0! The goal is enough to win. Nmecha’s goal (63′) is disallowed for offside.

Fear opponent Wolfsburg annoys Eintracht again! VfL have now won six of their last seven games in Frankfurt.

After the first defeat in the Champions League against Sporting (0: 3), the next home defeat for Eintracht within four days. There is not much time to catch your breath, Tuesday we continue in Marseille…



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