Episode 55 ’The Wagner effect’ Focus on Norwich City coach David Wagner (BVB II 2011-15) ’with special guests Stuart Rayner (Yorkshire Post), Connor Southwell (Eastern Daily Press)
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On today's podcast we have two guests Stuart Rayner has played a good amount of football in his time and he is the chief football writer at the Yorkshire Post.
Connor Southwell is the Norwich City editor at the Eastern Daily Post, he is also the voice of the 'Pink Un' the Norwich City fanzine and a life-long member and season ticket holder at Carrow road.
The subject of our show is former BVB U23s coach David Wagner who was with 'Die Schwarz-Gelben' between 2011-2015. Frankfurt-born Wagner took BVB II to the 3. Liga in 2012. A very good friend of Juergen Klopp the 51 year-old went on to manage Huddersfield Town getting them promoted in 2017/18 and staying up the following season. Wagner managed Schalke for a year and a half achieving the 13th place in the Bundesliga. He then went on to YB Bern who he led to a second place finish in 21/22. But who is Wagner? What is his style? What did he achieve at former clubs and what can Norwich expect?
1. Life of Wagner playing career and early life
2. Stadion Rote Erde, the BVB II years
3. Kloppo and Wagner
5. Gelsenkirchen times with Schalke
6. Following in the Gerardo Seaone footsteps at YB Bern
7. Legacy of 'die Kanarienvoegel', the German players at Norwich City and Daniel Farke
8. Norwich City rationale and prospects
09. Social media and acknowledgements
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