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Miroslav Klose sounds the alarm and questions the quality of his team

Miroslav Klose sounds the alarm and questions the quality of his team

Just four points from the first six games – things didn’t go well for Miroslav Klose as coach in Austria. The former international warns and questions the quality of the team.

“The pressure is there from the start, but as a professional you have to be able to handle the pressure,” Klose said. sky After a 1:4 defeat with Altach against LASK. At the same time, Klose was mercilessly honest when he said the following about the quality of the team: “We can only go so far with these players. I made it clear. That’s why I hope we’ll sit at the same table and talk about different things they talk about.”

Altach is eighth in Austria with just four points from six matches, and last year Vorarlberg narrowly saved itself. Klose has been in charge of the Schnabelholz since the summer.

The defensive area is the biggest problem, so the Altaschers have already conceded 16 goals. Klose: “The bottom line is that we don’t have enough points for the chances we have up front, because things are still shaking in the back!”

For Klose, it is the first stop as head coach. Previously, Klose was assistant coach under Jogi Löw for two years before taking charge of Bayern U17s and then working as assistant coach for U19s.

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