‘Bosz as a candidate in Germany’

Peter Bosz may not have to sit at home for long. VfB Stuttgart fired trainer Pellegrino Matarazzo on Monday and the 58-year-old Dutchman is considered one of the five candidates to succeed him, reports BILD.
Bosz was kicked out by Olympique Lyon on Sunday for the disappointing performance. A day later, Matarazzo had the same fate. After the 0-1 home defeat to Union Berlin, the American practice master was presented with the bill for the bad start of the season. Stuttgart is still waiting for the first win after nine games and is second to last in the Bundesliga with five points.
Painfully enough, Matarazzo was at the helm for the hundredth time during a Bundesliga game on Sunday. Nevertheless, he thanks Die Schwaben, where he started working in December 2019. Our journey at VfB comes to an end. This club is something special, you won‘t understand that until you’re part of it. I wish this team, this club and these supporters all the best and every success, says the American.
Stuttgart is already busy looking for a successor. According to BILD, five names are discussed in the Mercedes-Benz Arena: Domenico Tedesco, Adi Hütter, Sebastian Hoeness, Gerardo Seoane and Bosz. Tedesco (RB Leipzig) and Seoane (Bayer Leverkusen) were recently fired themselves. At the end of last season, Hütter and Hoeness said goodbye to Borussia Mönchengladbach and Hoffenheim, respectively.
Bosz has already worked in Germany in the past. He was fired by Borussia Dortmund after just six months in December 2017. More than a year later, the former coach of Vitesse and Ajax joined Bayer Leverkusen. With Die Werkself, he had two good seasons, but in the third year he came in and Bosz got his congé.

Der VfB hat Pellegrino #Matarazzo mit sofortiger Wirkung von seinen Aufgaben entbunden. Der 44-Jährige war im Dezember 2019 as Cheftrainer zum #VfB gekommen und hatte die Mannschaft mit dem Brustring seitdem in 100 Pflichtspielen betreut.zur Meldung ⤵ https://t.co/IhY3XLNlyQ
— VfB Stuttgart (@VfB) October 10, 2022