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Gladbach: Max Eberl in America! This is what the former manager looks like now

A DFB delegation, including former Gladbach manager Max Eberl (3rd from left), traveled to the United States from September 26 to 29, 2022.  This photo

A DFB delegation, including former Gladbach manager Max Eberl (3rd from left), traveled to the United States from September 26 to 29, 2022. This photo shows parts of the tour group at “Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta.”

Now Max Eberl is definitely back in business professional football! The former Gladbach manager is already rebuilding networks and renewing contacts.

Eberl has been in the US for several days. As part of the official delegation of the “German Football Association” (DFB)

In a DFB press release, “15 selected individuals” took part in the trip to the USA, which is officially labeled a “leadership trip”.

Former Gladbach manager Eberl: “It’s a good way to expand your own horizons”

The US visit was organized by the DFB Academy, and the team included Oliver Bierhoff (54, Managing Director of National Teams and Academy), Jyoti Chatzialexiou (46, Sporting Director of National Teams) and Tobias Haupt (38, President). of the DFB Academy) .

Attending the training trip: Hertha manager Freddie Babic (50), Markus Kroesche (42, Eintracht Frankfurt) and several bigwigs from the Bundesliga decision-making scene Max EberleAfter retiring from Gladbach (January 28, 2022) he will take over sports management at RB Leipzig in December.

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One stop on the US tour was a visit to the state-of-the-art “Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta”. The DFB has published its photos – you can also see former foal producer Eberl.

Other topics for the delegation include: discussing the future of German soccer and getting to know the trends and innovations of American sports teams.

To this end, flying visits were made to the Atlanta Falcons (NFL), Atlanta Hawks (NBA) and Atlanta Braves (MLB), which, according to the DFB, reportedly provided “in-depth insights into professional American sports.” .