Bayer Leverkusen sack Peter Bosz after disastrous form
Bayer Leverkusen have sacked manager Peter Bosz following their recent run of disastrous form.
Die Werkself started the season well and even topped the Bundesliga table in December, but have won just three of their last 14 fixtures since January 2.
Hannes Wolf – current coach of the Germany U-18 side – will replace Bosz until the end of the season.
“In view of our recent development, we have come to the conclusion that the separation from Peter Bosz can no longer be avoided,” explained sporting director Rudi Völler.
“The 3-0 defeat at Hertha BSC on Sunday was unfortunately characteristic, our team has recently fallen into the same pattern over and over again.
“After a factual and open analysis of the sporting situation, we therefore agreed to make a cut, despite the great appreciation for Peter Bosz.”
Leverkusen were also knocked out of the Europa League by Swiss Super League side BSC Young Boys.