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FC St. Pauli have named Peter Nemeth as their new assistant coach. The 50-year-old Slovak has previously held the position at Arminia Bielefeld and Dynamo Dresden, among others, and as a player had a spell at Eintracht Frankfurt.

Nemeth can point to a long career as assistant coach. He served under Uwe Neuhaus at Dynamo Dresden, for example, and also at Arminia Bielefeld, helping them to achieve promotion to the Bundesliga as second-division champions. Nemeth also had temporary spells as head coach at Dynamo Dresden and Sportfreunde Siegen as well as assistant coach.

As a player, Nemeth ran out for Banik Ostrava, Eintracht Frankfurt and Inter Bratislava, among others. He made 22 international appearances for Slovakia.


Reaction to the appointment

Director of sport Andreas Bornemann: "Peter Nemeth has gained a wealth of experience as assistant coach. He's a meticulous worker who always wants to improve. He therefore meets exactly the requirements that are important to us."

Head coach Fabian Hürzeler: "The key thing for me is to win an assistant coach for the team with whom I can have an open and constructive exchange. We had very good discussions and I'm pleased Peter has decided to join us."

Peter Nemeth: "FC St. Pauli are an exciting challenge, a club with lots of potential. The talks with Fabian Hürzeler quickly won me over. I enjoy working hard as assistant coach - be it with the players on the training ground or doing video analyses behind the scenes."


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