After the end of the season, Michael Hartmann leaves the youth performance center of Berlin’s Hertha and changes to FC Bayern. There, the 47-year-old ex-professional, who takes first place with the U 19 of the capital city club in the Bundesliga North/Northeast.
“I still know Michael as a player from my time in Berlin and appreciate him as a person and his work as a coach,” Bayern’s campus boss Jochen Sauer is quoted in an official announcement. Hartmann has “years of experience as a trainer in the offspring, but also in the professional area. He has very successful and sustainable talent development at Hertha and we are convinced that we can stand up even better with him in the campus trainer team,” said Holger Seitz, sportier Head of the FCB junior department.
over 300 games in league one and two or five international matches
Hartmann, in his active time for Hertha and Hansa Rostock in over 300 competitive games of the 1st and 2nd league on the ball, was initially active in his coaching career in the NLZ of the Hansa-Kogge, but then also at the meantime as a co- and interim coach the professionals of the Hanseatic residents in office. For the 2013/14 season, the A-licensor switched to the youngsters of the “old lady”.
“I had a great time in Berlin and have been able to accompany many talents on their way to professional football. Now I’m incredibly looking forward to the new challenge at Bayern Campus,” said the five -time international.
Altintop gets other items
He follows the previous coaching team Alexander Moj and Halil Altintop in the U 17 – currently sixth in the South/Southwest season and will be assisted by Stefan Meißner, who coaches the U 15 this season. Meißner’s position in turn will take over Moj, Altintop will hold a different position in the field of sporting young talent.