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Traditional FC Salzburg: Reaching old successes with a new coach?

Traditional FC Salzburg: Reaching old successes with a new coach?

SSK are on course for promotion to the Second Division North A. The future path was already decided last weekend.

Due to inclement weather, SSK had to cancel their first match in the Second Division North A against St George's last Sunday. In second place, the Town People are still one point ahead of St George's and are therefore in a promotion position. While the team wants to secure promotion to the Premier League North at the end of the season, the board has been setting the course for the future behind the scenes. New coach Andreas Hajek was appointed for next season on Sunday. The 55-year-old will be supported by current supervisor Huseyin Karaduman from the summer.

Hajek faces the challenge

“It is definitely a difficult but exciting job,” confirms Hajek, who recently took time off for health reasons. Hajek celebrated his biggest success as a coach at FC Salzburg. Itzlinger led Class 1 North to the Division I state league in three years. “Things won't happen so quickly with SSK, but we want to stabilize the club again,” explains Hajek, who wants to attract one or two of the team's former players to Gnjel. “I will definitely call up some players I know from the past,” confirms the new coach, who has already worked with current SSK players Anil Govin and Kader Egun at ASV.

It's back to Gingle

Hajek is no stranger to SSK. The former SAK player finished his active career at Gnigl ​​and gained his first experience as a coach at SSK. Before the new coach takes over in the summer, the City side want to achieve promotion to the Premier League North. Second Division North A action continues next Saturday (4pm) with the first leg at Bürmoos 1b. “If the promotion doesn't work out, I'll take over as well,” Hajek explains.

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