96 Reasons Why
Die Roten have announced that a new man has been appointed as their manager for the 2012-13 season. Beno Zeeb the ex German footballer has taken over the hot-seat left by Mirko Slomka the man who led Hannover to a fourth place finish in his first year at the club. Zeeb's background compared to his predecessor leaves much to be desired as the four year retired footballer has not managed a club before, only led in a squad. His real experience comes from being a captain in prestigious teams like Schalke and Stuttgart but an injury hindered him from continuing.
It is thought that Chairman Martin Kind is looking to push the club to the next level. He stated earlier that "This club needs to go forward. I believe Beno can produce that." Kind might be all for the new manager but the fans are left skeptical due to the fact of Zeeb's inexperience as a manager. Time will tell whether this was the right move but for now the fans will have to make do. It is understood that a press conference will be at hand tomorrow as Zeeb has been asked to answer a few questions.
So who am I?I am Beno Zeeb from a child I loved football and I played for school teams and such as much as I could. I was scouted at the ripe age of 14 and joined Stuttgart and enjoyed a successful career there for ten years. At the age of 24 when I found myself established in the sport as a leader in the midfield at heart. I joined Schalke, where I played for six years. I was fairly strong player not getting many injuries but in my final season I suffered an ACL injury and the medical staff said I probably wouldn't play the same ever again. That is when I decided to hang up my boots. Four years later here I am becoming the manager of Hannover 96. Age 34. Born 18th April 1978
Added Due to enjoyment (realism)
Favoured Countries: Spain, Italy and England
Favorite Teams:Real Sociedad, Tottenham, AC Milan, Porto, Hannover, and Stuttgart
Hated Teams:Furth, Real Madrid and Manchester City