The German club sacked their manager Frank Kramer after a torrid start to the Bundesliga season.  

Europe have been the hub of football clubs since ages, whether it comes to English, French or Spanish football. It has always given the world with some top-class clubs and talents in the world. Football is something which have been taken very seriously by the European people, as a sense of belonging, cultural and social attachment and most importantly a talent to showcase the world.

One of the European nations which have been ruling the football field for years and have created a brand name and class of their own is the German football. A country which have been known for its aggressive and skilful football have also been running its league for decades. German clubs have also created their own arena in this football field for a long time. But times are not always same for every club.

History of Schalke

Such is the scene with Schalke 04 have been going on. Being one of the oldest club in the German league or Bundesliga, Schalke 04 have gathered many laurels beside their name. But since a couple of years the team have not been able to meet the expectations of the spectators. This situation led the team management to sign a new manager for the club, Frank Kramer. Frank joined earlier this year with team on June 2022.

The team’s main aim was to maintain itself in the Bundesliga after a spectacular performance by the interim manager who led the team’s promotion from the Bundesliga’s junior league. But the task didn’t end up as a handy one in front of Kramer as the team is currently positioning itself at the 17th spot of the league. And had entered the relegation stage with a total points of six on the leaderboard. Recently the team sacked the newly appointed manager, Frank Kramer after some consecutive and big losses which included the 0-4 loss against Bayern Leverkusen in Bundesliga and the 1-5 loss from Hoffenheim in the DFB Cup.

Let’s have a look on the potential managers the management have been planning for:

Markus Weinzierl

Markus Weinzierl will be one of the main names in the list, the club would be trying eagerly to bring him into the team. The Augsburg FC manager who had been the main pillar for the team’s success rate had once coached Schalke 04 FC in his coaching journey. Weinzierl is the man which the team needs now for its survival rather than development. Weinzierl’s coaching had achieve various goals for the Augsburg FC which had been more than a miracle for a club like them and for Bundesliga. They defeated Borussia Dortmund by a great score line of 3-1 which had been a memorable achievement for the club. Later his tactics also led the team to defeat the FC

Bayern Munich by 1-0 which created history for the club. He ended the season with Augsburg in 14th position.

Mike Buskens

The interim manager of the club would be a nice pick for the club. He had been with Schalke04’s management since 2005 and have seen both the progress and the downfall of the club. Buskens has played most of his career in Schalke 04 and had an appearance of around 400 games for the club. The midfielder had earlier managed the Schalke 04 second division team for three years and later joined as the first team in 2008 as the joint interim coach. He would be managing the first team till any further appointment, which will also showcase Schalke 04 his responsibility more. He had been favourite for the club as he led the team upgrade from the junior level to the main league during the previous year.

Gerald Asamoah

The German centre forward who had played five years for the German national team. Also, 11 years for the club had been working with the Schalke 04 management since 2013. He had been working with Schalke 04 at each and every level of the team. In 2018 he was been promoted to the first division team of the club. Asamoah had been a bright goal scorer for the club. He has been working as one of the heads of the first team since 2021 and carries enough talent and experience to govern the German club.

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