Inka Grings appointed new head coach at German Club MSV Duisburg
Woman Bundesliga club MSV Duisburg has his ex-player Inka Grings committed as new head coach.
The 35-year-old signed a two-year contract and is (so far coach of the second team) form the new MSV coach team along with assistant coach Wilfried Toennessen and the old and new goalkeeper coach Andreas counterpoint.
Best possible choice.
Duisburg Chairman Udo Kirmse said: “We thank Inka Grings explicitly that it has decided, despite some other offers for us; we are sure that we have made the best possible choice. At the same time MSV Duisburg is unmistakable with this personal matter is that we are clear on the positive brand women’s soccer and women’s Bundesliga set. ”
First coach station.
Grings has been able to celebrate many successes in their success career as a footballer, the German (2000) and the Swiss Championship (with the FC Zurich women , 2012/13), they won with the FCR 2001 Duisburg 2009 the UEFA Women’s Cup and with the National Championship twice (2005/09). Most recently, she played in the second Bundesliga with FC Cologne 1. The MSV Duisburg will be the first coach station for Grings.
Joy of chance.
Grings explains: “First of all I want to say thank to me this tradition-rich club is the chance to work as head coach of the women’s Bundesliga team MSV Duisburg at me. I know very well that it is not self-evident, to take off with the first coaching job a first division. ”
Grings to justify confidence.
And she continues: “I can promise that I will do everything possible to justify this trust. I am looking forward to the start of training, and collaboration with Wilfried Toennessen and Andreas counterpoint and will contribute my skill and all my experience to play a successful season. ”
Source courtesy of: womensoccer.de