The former FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda coach, Peter Hybala, has not seen his best period. Since the departure of Žitný ostrov last year, he has already replaced 4 clubs, each of which lasted only a few months.
Slovak football fans know him as a coach Self-confidence extends to the moon. When he packed his bags at the beginning of January 2020 and left the Danube-MOL Arena, he may not have escaped what awaited him in the following months, even in his worst nightmare.
One month after the termination of his contract with DAC, he signed up for Dutch club NAC Breda. However, he only led the team in seven matches and left the club after five months due to a feud with coach Tom van den Apel.
Then he was out of work from July to December when an offer came from Wisła, Poland, Poland. However, he remained at the current club of Slovak coach Adrián Guľa until May 2021 only. The premature departure of Peter Heibal was preceded by a conflict with club legends Kazimierz Kmiecik and Jakub Blaszczykowski. The results were also disappointing.
However, within 10 days, the German coach was already sitting on the bench of the Danish Esbjerg fB, with whom he signed a two-year contract. Less than two months later, allegations of Peter Hebel’s humiliation of players appeared in the local media, and the club’s management demanded that he leave immediately. While the coach described his behavior as an attempt to motivate the team, the footballers themselves did not see it that way. After a poor start to the season, Peter Hybala quit after three matches.
CEO Max Kotheni said when he was subsequently introduced at the end of September by German third-division club Torgo München as their new coach: “We believe he is the right man, tactically and mentally, to achieve our ambitious goals,” he added.
However, the spell only lasted two months. And the club confirmed, on Tuesday, the dismissal of Peter Heibal from the position of coach, with immediate effect. The reason for the decision was the poor performance of the team. Under his leadership, the Munich team played seven league championships and one cup match. He scored two wins and six losses. As a result, the team dropped from 10th place to 16th place in the table during his tenure.
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