Jurgen Klinsmann will not return to his role on Hertha Berlin's supervisory board, with primary investor Lars Windhorst labelling the manner of his departure "unacceptable."
Klinsmann, 55, left his position as Hertha head coach on Tuesday, just 76 days into his tenure, which was due to last until the end of the season. His move left the Bundesliga club stunned.
The former United States head coach was made Hertha's interim coach in late November, less than a month after being appointed to the supervisory...
Schalke have been fined €50,000 for racist chants their fans made during last week's German Cup win against Hertha Berlin, the German Football Association (DFB) ruled on Tuesday.
Hertha player Jordan Torunarigha said he was targeted by Schalke fans repeatedly during the game.
The DFB said the player was racially abused in the 85th minute from a group of Hertha supporters.
Torunarigha was then sent off in extra time for a second bookable offence, throwing down a water crate on the sideline.
Hertha Berlin head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has left his role at the Bundesliga club after less than three months in charge, saying "I took over a suicide mission."
The former Bayern Munich, Germany and U.S. men's national team coach confirmed his departure in a statement posted on his Facebook page and said he will remain at the club in a supervisory role.
"I took over a suicide mission," Klinsmann told Bild. "Only in one match, we did not get what I hoped for. The coaching staff managed to stabilize...