Hertha BSC, who dropped out from the German Bundesliga, announced on their official website that Pál Dárdai will remain the head coach of the team and he will be assisted by another Hungarian, Tamás Bódog, and Admir Hamzagic, reports Nemzeti Sport.
“We are happy that Pál will help the Blue-Whites as head coach in the new beginning. He lives at Hertha BSC and with his diligence, dedication, and passion for our club he will be the right man for the next challenges,” said Benjamin Weber, Hertha’s sporting director.
In connection with the news, Pál Dárdai said that he was very satisfied and happy with the decision and feels that he and his colleagues all want to work for the success of the team.
Dárdai formerly played for Hertha from 1997 to 2011, and first became head coach of the Berliner team between February 2015, and summer 2019, and then from January to November 2021. He was appointed for a third time in April this year to once again save the team from relegation in the Bundesliga, but due to time constraints he was ultimately unable to do so. As a result, Hertha will play in 2. Bundesliga, the second division of football in Germany.
Featured photo via Twitter/Hertha BSC