Labbadia: 'I don't think about taking a break at all'
VfL Wolfsburg coach Bruno Labbadia is not considering taking a break when he parts company with 'Die Wölfe' this summer.
Bruno Labbadia says he wants to take on a new job immediately when he leaves his position as the coach of VfL Wolfsburg at the end of the season.
|Bruno Labbadia.||Photo: Frank Schwichtenberg, Wikimedia Commons, GFDL|
The 53-year-old wasn't able to agree on a new contract with Wolfsburg, and he's now looking for a new challenge.
"At the moment I really want to be in charge of a team, and I don't think about taking a break at all," Labbadia told Bild and added:
"I would like to take over a team at the beginning of a season as the pre-season is the most important time."
And, apparently, Labbadia would consider taking a job abroad if the possibility arises.
"There are other countries with good leagues that are interesting," he said.
Labbadia has previously been the coach of clubs such as Bayer Leverkusen, Hamburger SV and VfB Stuttgart.