Hertha BSC: Co trainer Mark Fotheringham lays down to Braveheart
Co-coach Mark Fotheringham by Hertha BSC has proven a journalist after the 3-0 victory against the TSG Hoffenheim a journalist in the barriers after this had served with a question of a cliché from the Scottish home of the 38-year-old.
The assistant of Felix Magath was asked if he had shown the team of the cult film for motivation “Braveheart”. “This is not a fun what you say, because of Braveheart,” Foteringham said visionly grated and pushed for: “I am a serious, young coach. I have learned a lot, I do not know what you mean with Braveheart.”
In addition, he has been amazing with an answer to the question of his way of playing the first Berlin win for three months. The tactics “I do not care,” said the former professional of the SC Freiburg. “Have we played 4-1-4-1?” He replied another questioner.
Foteringham, who had stood against Hoffenheim on the side line due to Magaths Corona Disease, has already convinced Managing Director Fredi Bobic. “No matter where I’ve heard something about him, he was described as inspiring and authentic,” he said, confessing, he had to research the name Fotheringham first.
Defender Niklas praised: “The type is madness.” Foteringham himself sees it as a great honor to work under Magath. “I am very grateful for this chance, as he is one of the most successful coaches in world football,” he explained. And the Scot? “I’m just mark. I’m a simple guy.”
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