Throwing his career, Thorben Marx spent six years at Hertha BSC. For the captains, the native of Berlin completed a total of 100 competitive games, before moving to Arminia Bielefeld and later Borussia Mönchengladbach. Above all, the current situation with the “old lady”, however, brings the former midfielder to the palm.
“Madness, what happened to Hertha! The last week had already started in front of the bankruptcy ‘good’ – with the verbal all-round shock of your own investor! Then there was a nice steam in. Hars Windhorst did not worry about the consequences? For the club and the external representation this was an absolute disaster! “, Marx is talking to the” picture “of his frustration.
Investor Windhorst had recently lamented that his entry into Hertha was probably a mistake. Despite great investments, many new arrivals at all levels and high ambitions, the Berliner in the Bundesliga is currently ranking only on the 15th place. Most recently, RB Leipzig was omitted with 1: 6.
Although his ex-club was weakened against the Saxons of a “violent” number of corona cases, the offered performance for Marx is completely “disappointing”. “There were still very experienced players in the square, you can expect more – especially in a home game,” makes the 40-year-old clear.
That the burglary only took place after defensive chief Marc Oliver Kempf in the 62nd minute with red from the square flew, is also no alibi for Marx. “The Hertha team comes to me too lifeless. Since you have to hire clerer and fight better, because in the end, the gate ratio can be crucial in the relegation fight.”
Hertha BSC with horror balance
Just this gate ratio does not speak for the Berliner: With 51 goals one represents the liga’s second brought defensive. Only final light SPVGG Greuther Fürth has gained more hits so far. However, the claims and requirements of the “shamrocks” are also entirely different.
Therefore, the problem does not locate Marx on the coach bank, but in the squad: “The problem is less the coach here, but the players who have been playing under many coaches in recent years. The professionals have to be taken in the pros ” Nobody would expect the big kick anyway, the relegation battle must now be in focus.
Whether the actors on the grass can change the switch, however, Marx leaves: “The worst thing is if you have players under contract, whom everything is shit. That must not be! All must now be for the club, their employees and the fans burn!”