Ante Covic was at the Bundesliga club Hertha BSC because of continued failure to set before the door. Nevertheless, the Croatian says he does not feel any bitterness and keeps his fingers crossed for his successor.
Compared to the "Bild", Covic looks back wistfully on the decision of the Hertha bosses, who from then on will be without the club club. "I'm still working on everything and it still hurts a lot, but first and foremost it's about Hertha," said Covic in a first interview after his release.
The 44-year-old held just half a year in office, brought with the capital club only eleven points in twelve games. From a reversal of his heart club, the ex-professional is still firmly convinced. "I keep my fingers crossed for Jürgen Klinsmann, manager Michael Preetz and all Herthanians that the club is coming down there," he emphasized.
Evidently Covic can even imagine remaining in the club and working for the club Berlin to work. Already since 2010, the former Croatian international was employed in the club as a coach and supervised before his interlude as a Bundesliga coach already several youth team of Hertha.
"Manager Michael Preetz has signaled to me that the doors to Hertha BSC are still open to me, and we will talk about them again in due course," Covic said of his future.