Wolfsburg enjoyed some success under Klaus Allofs and even challenged Bayern Munich one season. But darker days may be ahead for the Volkswagen-owned club as personnel and basic financing look set to become an issue. With hunched shoulders and the ... Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago
Klaus Allofs' departure may signal the end of Wolfsburg's Bundesliga ambitions - Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago
German club Wolfsburg fired its managing director for sport, Klaus Allofs, according to information published on Monday by German media. According to newspapers Bild and Wolfsburger Nachrichten, the dismissal will be immediate and possible ...EFE, 1 month ago
The departures of Dietmar Beiersdorfer and Klaus Allofs last weekend continue the extreme upheavals that have gripped the Bundesliga A notoriously wonky table and frantic managerial change have long gone together like Blut and Grätsche in the ...The Guardian, 1 month ago
Former Germany player Jens Todt has denied having been in contact with Hamburg as the Bundesliga club continue to look for a sporting director. This comes after Hamburg failed to recruit Christian Hochstätter. Jens Todt, who is currently the ...Deutsche Welle, 2 months ago
Yet again, Hamburg, the Bundesliga's only constant presence, find themselves in a battle for first-division survival. Now the chairman - and sporting director - Dietmar Beiersdorfer, is coming under fire. It can't be a lot of fun to be Dietmar ...Deutsche Welle, 2 months ago
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