Former Gunner sacked by Augsburg

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Jens Lehmann and Stephan Schwarz have both lost their jobs at relegation-threatened Augsburg following the sacking of head coach Michael Baum. 

Lehmann, who was forced out of Arsenal when Arsene Wenger departed the club last summer, was only drafted in as assistant to Baum in January. 

Schwarz, who IS NOT Stefan who played for the Gunners during the 1994/95 season, was the club’s Technical Director.

Augsburg have won just two of their last eight games and are currently 15th in the table, four points ahead of Stuttgart. Should they drop a position in the final weeks of the season they’ll face a relegation play-off.

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Leno me, I’ll be your friend
Leno me, I’ll be your friend
11 months ago

Not a magic.

Anonymarse
Anonymarse
11 months ago

What a tragic?

Froggunner
Froggunner
11 months ago

Not the ex-Gunner schwarz I reckon. This sacked one’s a German Stephan, where ours was a Swede Stefan > https://www.transfermarkt.de/stephan-schwarz/profil/trainer/1656

Jasonissimo
Jasonissimo
11 months ago
Reply to  Froggunner

I am left to wonder whether you commented having not read the full post or whether the post was clarified or corrected after you commented.

C.B.
C.B.
11 months ago

Out of anyone you’d think Lens would have saved his job.

rugrat
rugrat
11 months ago
Reply to  C.B.

really? he’s not the most politically correct professional. he would definitely have given the management a piece of his mind! so yeah, a definite exit beckoned

C.B.
C.B.
11 months ago
Reply to  rugrat

Keeper, makes saves…

I could put ‘But he’s a keeper…’ if that helps.

Goonerink
Goonerink
11 months ago
Reply to  rugrat

Regret that comment rugrat?

Teryima Adi
Teryima Adi
11 months ago
Reply to  C.B.

Great pun

Richie
11 months ago

In Lehmann’s terms, not good for Jens.

dudu
dudu
11 months ago

Baumer 😉

Teryima Adi
Teryima Adi
11 months ago

Sorry, Jens.