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Frankfurt chief '100 percent' behind Adi Hütter despite dip in form

By Rune Gjerulff

Eintracht Frankfurt Adi Hütter has received support from club boss Bruno Hübner after Saturday's loss to Gladbach.

Adi Hütter.
Adi Hütter.Photo: Football.ua/Creative Commons/CC-by-SA 3.0

Eintracht Frankfurt chief Bruno Hübner has backed head coach Adi Hütter following a string of disappointing results.

After having lost their last two games prior to the suspension of football amid the coronavirus outbreak, Frankfurt suffered a third straight defeat when they were beaten 1-3 by Borussia Mönchengladbach on Saturday.


Nevertheless, Hübner remains fully convinced that Hütter is the right man to take the club forward.

"We are backing our coach 100 percent," he said on Wednesday, according to Fussball.news, and added that it's "quite normal" to go through a dip in form now and then.

Hübner went on to underline that he's very happy with what Hübner has accomplished since he was installed as Frankfurt coach in 2018.

"During this period, we have played more matches and advanced further in Europe than any other club in this league. At times, we have performed beyond our means," he said.

Last season, Hütter led his team to a seventh-place finish and the Europa League semi-final.

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