Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have a Champions League semi-final to prepare for. In the meantime, they are readying themselves for their new manager. And next season, Eintracht Frankfurt’s current managera��Niko KovaA?a��is going to be the man buy baclofen online cheap, acquire lioresal. to take charge. Sporting directorA�Hasan SalihamidA?iA� has the following to say:
“Niko KovaA? will be the new coach of FC Bayern from 1 July, 2018. We agreed on a three-year contract yesterday. Niko was a Bayern player, he knows the people in charge as well as the structure and the cluba��s DNA. We are convinced he is the right coach for the future of Bayern.”
In the meantime, current managerA�Jupp Heynckes couldn’t be happier forA�KovaA?.
“Ita��s a good choice. It will work. … Ita��s not so simple, I have to admit. Ita��s difficult for me now that ita��s ending soon. But where one door closes, another opens.”
KovaA?, 46, only has top level managerial experience internationally (Croatia from 2013-15) and Frankfurt from 2016 to the present. For now, though, his job with Frankfurt isn’t done. After guiding them to an 11th place finish a season ago, they sit just two points behind Bayer Leverkusen for the final Champions League spot.
But if they finish fifth, they would still finish in a Europa League spot. That’s not the worst way forA�KovaA? to go out, right? And he has five matches left to finish the job.