The German team Schalke 04 now has Thomas Reis as its head coach. Frank Kramer, who was fired by the club earlier this month owing to underwhelming performance, will be replaced by him.
After one season, the Gelsenkirchen team rejoined the Bundesliga, however it is obvious that Schalke is no longer the premier team as it once was. With six points left, the Köningsblauen are presently eighth in Germany. Kraumer joined the Blauw-Witten last summer as a coach, but he failed to live up to expectations.
Thomas Reis has been appointed as the manager of Schalke 04
Reis wants to change the current disapproval people have about Schalke. I’m thrilled to be a part of Schalke 04,” The conversations were excellent right away. Schalke began a remarkable success story with the promotion from the previous season, which we now aim to continue. The struggle for enforcement in the Bundesliga was mentioned by the new coach on the club’s website. “The challenge is obviously huge, but I am convinced that we have the required qualities in the squad to achieve our big aim,” he added.
The trainer is accustomed to living in Germany. Reis has coached Wolfsburg Under-19 and VfL Bochum for three seasons, respectively.
On Sunday, he will face his debut match for his new team when Schalke takes on third-ranked Freiburg.
In other news, Schalke 04’s sports director Rouven Schröder has departed the organisation. “Rouven has made a contribution to the club, though it might take a few years for the general public to completely recognise and understand its significance. I’ll say it loud and clear: FC Schalke 04 wouldn’t exist in its current form without Rouven Schröder’s contributions. Everyone at Schalke owes him gratitude for that,” according to board member and in-charge of sports Peter Knäbel. “Following relegation, Knäbel, Schröder, and Rühl-Hamers successfully oversaw the largest team reorganisation in club history.The lauded direct resurrection was successful in May 2022.”
“After only a year, nobody genuinely believed Schalke 04 would be able to return to the Bundesliga. This exceptional success story under extremely difficult financial conditions will endure forever. Dr. Bernd Schröder, Chairman of the Schalke Board of Management, comments, “We would have preferred to have continued on the route we had taken with Rouven, but we nonetheless followed with his personal decision. We are eternally thankful to Rouven Schröder for the job he has done.