After his contract termination at 1860 Munich, Sascha Möders hired as a playing assistant coach in the regional league at SG Sonnenhof Großaspach. In an interview, the cult striker spoke about his end in Munich and his alleged weight problems.
Two weeks before the end in 1860, the then captain Mölders was released from training. Coach Michael Köllner justified the decision with the unsatisfactory performance of the 36-year-old striker and fan favorite.
Rumors quickly made the rounds of insufficient fitness and alleged special treatment for Mölders. With that he now cleaned up.
“The allegations did not come from the club”, Mölders clarified and added: “Everyone who knows me knows that I had no special rights and that I did not decide on my own: Total nonsense! That did not interest me. For outsiders, my departure was certain funny, I had to deal with it first. “
Mölders also firmly rejected the ongoing weight allegations: “I don’t understand how you come up with it. I currently weigh 85 kilos at 1.85 meters. My body mass index is optimal.”
Sascha Mölders wants to establish himself in the coaching business
During his break, the attacker completed runs every day. “The people who see me ask: ‘Which pelvis are you talking about?'”, He continued and emphasized: “I’m potty, everyone is welcome to get an idea of that.”
Mölders wants to establish itself in the coaching business in the future. “I’ve been coaching juniors and seniors for ten years. I want to get into the coaching business fully, get all my cards. That’s my goal,” said the former FC Augsburg player: “In terms of sport, we want to stay in the class, that’s priority. I want to to help with goals and full commitment. “