St. Pölten – Wednesday, October 13th, 2021, 10:58 p.m.
At SKN St. Pölten there are apparently personnel changes in the management level.
According to reports that General Manager Andreas Blumauer should leave the Lower Austrians after seven years in office, a new head of sport should be ante portas. According to the “kicker”, Jan Schlaudraff is in contact with St. Pölten.
Accordingly, the 38-year-old German, who last worked as head of sports at Hannover 96, had already been in Lower Austria for a few days and got an idea of the Admiral 2nd League club.
Schlaudraff’s recent engagement in Hanover ended in a legal dispute. His exemption from the German second division team at the beginning of 2020 took place, according to the club, “among other things, against the background of different ideas about the future direction of the club and in view of a relationship of trust that has been damaged in this respect.” Schlaudraff then sued for reinstatement, but was given extraordinary notice a little later. After a legal dispute that was ongoing until the end of the week, they should have agreed on a final separation at the beginning of the week.
If Schlaudraff now hires in St. Pölten, he would have to deal more often with his close confidante Jörg Schmadtke, who is the managing director of St. Pölten’s cooperation partner VfL Wolfsburg.
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