Soccer coach Max Eberl has come to a comforting realization about himself during his months-long hiatus.
Leipzig – “That I’m not a bad guy. That what I am and what I’ve done wasn’t so bad. Of course I’ve changed, I’ve gained a lot more knowledge about myself, but basically I think I’m fine the way I am and I’ll always be I’ve been, and that’s a very good understanding,” Eberl said on the “Frase” podcast. mower”, which was published in writing in “Sport Bild”.
Eberl, who is now sporting director at RB Leipzig and will join FC Bayern Munich with the club on Friday, announced his departure from his former employer, Borussia Mönchengladbach, about a year ago and withdrew from the public. “It still moves me deeply and I can quickly go back to how I felt at the time: how empty I was. I don’t want to experience these negative emotions again,” Eberl said. He traveled and began working with a psychologist.
The fact that Borussia Mönchengladbach fans accused him of acting because of his move to RB Leipzig, given his earlier statements, hit Eberl deeply. “It was the worst injury I’ve had in my life. That people accuse you of lies, acting and theater and at the same time put me in the light that I would use the sick to force a change of club, you can’t have more sick thoughts ” he said. “I returned the biggest contract of my life in Gladbach because I didn’t give a shit about money. People who then deny my illness and claim something like that hit people with illnesses in the face.” dpa