Marie-Louise Eta is ready to develop into the primary female coach in the Bundesliga after she was promoted to Union Berlin first-team duties as an assistant to interim boss Marco Grote.
The German aspect introduced on Wednesday that they had mutually parted methods with head coach Urs Fischer, who oversaw their 2019 promotion to the highest flight and led them into the Champions League.
Grote, previously in cost of the membership’s under-19s setup, will quickly take the reins and has introduced Eta, who joined the under-19s employees in the summer season, together with him.
Eta, 32, is ready to develop into the primary female coach to look on a males’s Bundesliga bench when struggling Union Berlin host Augsburg on November 25.
The former defensive midfielder gained the Champions League and three Bundesliga crowns with Turbine Potsdam as a participant, with later spells at Hamburg, Cloppenburg and Werder Bremen earlier than retiring in 2018 on the age of 26.
She began her profession with Bremen’s under-15s boys’ workforce, then labored below Bettina Wiegmann as assistant for the nation’s girls’s under-15s aspect, ultimately stepping as much as the boys’s under-17s earlier than becoming a member of Grote at Union.