Coach Adi Hütter from Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt has suppressed the criticism of his statements after the game against FSV Mainz 05 (1: 1). The Austrian said before the match at Schalke 04 on Saturday (3:30 p.m.): “The fact that there is criticism is never pleasant. But it’s not about me, it’s about the bigger picture. “
Hütter had one last Sunday ARD-Interview ensured discussion among large parts of the fans and numerous observers. “It’s not up to me – and it’s not up to the team either,” said the 51-year-old after the Hessians had gambled away their good starting position in the race for the Champions League.
Hütter, who moves to Borussia Mönchengladbach after the season, has not given up the premier class yet. He’s burning “even more than before” and firmly believes “that we can still win the last two games to put pressure on Dortmund,” said the Eintracht coach: “Maybe you can adopt a now-all-important mentality lay the day. “
The Frankfurters are in fifth place, one point behind Borussia Dortmund. For the first qualification for the Champions League, the club is dependent on shooting help.
Against Schalke, the Hessen threatens the failure of Sebastian Rode, who had been substituted against Mainz. Andre Silva and Makoto Hasebe had to step back on Thursday, but should be back on Saturday.