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Eintracht Frankfurt next manager after Adi Hütter
Adi Hütter - From Austria via Switzerland to the Bundesliga
As a professional soccer player Adi Hütter never left his home country Austria. From his eight stations with Austrian football clubs he was three times under contract with the Grazer AK. In 1994, 1995 and 1997 he won the SC Austria Salzburg Championships, won the Supercup in the same years and became Cup winner with the Grazer AK in 2002. As a midfielder, he played 14 games for the Austrian national team in three years and scored three goals.
The Red Bull Juniors, the second team of Red Bull Salzburg, was Hütters last stop as a footballer and his first as co-coach. After one year he took over the position as head coach in 2008. Later obligations led him to SV Grödig, the first team of Red Bull Salzburg, as well as to the Swiss club BSC Young Boys. Both with Salzburg and the Young Boys he won the respective championships in Austria and Switzerland in 2015 and 2018 respectively.
In search of new challenges he left Switzerland again in 2018 and followed in the footsteps of Niko Kovač at Eintracht Frankfurt. In the first game the new coach had to admit defeat to his predecessor in the DFL Supercup 2018 and lost to the German record champion Bayern Munich with 5:0. The season 2018/19 ended Frankfurt however with a satisfactory 7th place, which meant the participation in the qualification to Europa League.