TSV 1860 Munich has found a new assistant coach for the coming season. With Stefan Reisinger, an ex-lion with over 300 competitive games is joining Michael Köllner.
Active in a new role in the well-known outfit: assistant trainer Stefan Reisinger.
Reisinger took his first steps in the professional business as a player in Fürth. After two years at Wacker Burghausen, then still in the second division, the striker went on goal hunting for the lions in the 2005/06 season. In 28 games for the first team, however, only one goal jumped out. Therefore, the paths parted again quite quickly and the native of Landshut was drawn back to the cloverleaf. After further stations in Freiburg and Düsseldorf, he ended his career in 2014. Looking back, the attacker can point to 71 goals in 305 first and second division games.
Two years after the end of his active career, Reisinger devoted himself to coaching and gained his first experience in the U19s of SpVgg Unterhaching. He then moved to KFC Uerdingen via Elversberg. There “as an assistant and interim coach in a difficult time, he proved that he can take responsibility and bring important impulses to a team,” says sporting director Günther Gorenzel, who was on the sidelines during Reisinger’s commitment to Giesinger as an assistant coach was active.
It’s now up to me to attack fully.
The former striker is “brutally” looking forward to the task ahead. “I’m highly motivated, thank you for the trust that those in charge at TSV 1860 Munich have placed in me. It’s now up to me to attack fully.”