German Bundesliga club Hoffenheim have parted ways with coach Alfred Schreuder just some few weeks after the Bundesliga returned from suspension.
The news was announced on Tuesday with the club claiming that the decision was made after some misunderstanding over future development plans.
‘I knew from the start that the task in Hoffenheim would be a major challenge. The work filled me with great joy. I thank the club for giving me the chance to work in the Bundesliga,’ Schreuder said in a statement on the club’s official website.
‘Unfortunately, we were unable to agree on a common way of how we would like to lead Hoffenheim into the future. I regret this development.
‘It’s not uncommon in professional life to have different opinions. You then have to be honest with each other and draw the appropriate consequences.’
With just four games remaining, Schreuder will exit the club leaving them in 7th position on the Bundesliga table.
Hoffenheim are yet to name a successor with the club set to lock horns with RB Leipzig in their next encounter.