The coach joined Leverkusen from the DFB in 2013. “Daniel Niedzkowski has done a great job as assistant coach. We would have liked him to stay longer but we completely understand his desire to return to the DFB. We will keep in contact due to his new role. Daniel is always welcome at the BayArena,” said sporting director Rudi Völler.
Niedzkowski believes the three years spent at Bayer 04 were “very successful on the sporting level and I had a great time here. Intensive cooperation with three different head coaches brought a wealth of experience and I’m very grateful for that. The move to the DFB provides me with a very attractive opportunity to share that experience with coaches working to get into professional football management and support them along the way.”
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The Bundesliga has announced its nominees for November’s Player of the Month, with two Werkself players up for the award in Alejandro Grimaldo and Jeremie Frimpong. Fans can now vote for who they want to win.Show more
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The Bundesliga has named the three nominees for November’s Rookie of the Month award. Werkself striker Victor Boniface, who has won the trophy in August, September and October, is once again up for the award. Fans have the chance to pick the winner by casting their votes online.Show more