The German DKB Bundesliga team HC Erlangen fired Swedish coach Robert Andersson after bad start of the season. Only five points from seven matches at the beginning of the season weren’t good enough according ambitions of the Management, so the Swedish coach had to leave, even he had a quite good result in previous year, when newcomers from Erlangen ended at 9th position. Andersson was on helm since March 2015.
- HC Erlangen has today released the head coach Robert Andersson. The Bundesliga club had not seen the expected sporting development during the last months. From now on, the former Erlanger national league player and junior national team player Tobias Wannenmacher is temporary coach. Wannenmacher was highly successful in the last two seasons as playing coach of the Erlanger U 23 and rose last season with his team confidently into the 3. Bundesliga. There the very young team currently occupies a top position again – write in official statement.
Only two weeks ago, another Swedish coach, and another Andersson, lost his job at Frisch Auf Goppingen.