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Nuremberg wants to use “unrest” in Stuttgart


1. FC Nürnberg does not want to be upset by the change of coach at VfB Stuttgart ahead of the DFB Cup quarter-finals.

“In general, we have to look at ourselves and then it doesn’t matter whether Sebastian Hoeneß or Bruno Labbadia is on the bench,” said “Club” coach Dieter Hecking before the home game against Stuttgart on Wednesday (6 p.m ).

Hecking doesn’t know much about the 40-year-old Hoeneß, who VfB announced on Monday as the new coach. “Sebastian hasn’t been playing professionally for that long, so I can’t say anything about him. He did a good job in Munich and Hoffenheim, otherwise he wouldn’t be part of the Bundesliga coaching carousel,” said Hecking, certifying Hoeneß “one good way to think football”.

Although the troubled Stuttgart are bottom of the Bundesliga table, Hecking has no doubts about the distribution of roles before the duel. “I think VfB Stuttgart have a lot to lose tomorrow. We can win a lot. If the game goes the way it should, the situation could play into our hands,” said Hecking: “If we can get Stuttgart to a certain level down, then we don’t stand a chance.”

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