Union Berlin make Bundesliga history by appointing female assistant coach | Union Berlin

Union Berlin have become the first club in Bundesliga history to appoint a woman as assistant coach after the sacking of Urs Fischer as manager.

Fischer lost his job after a nine-game losing run that has rooted Union to the bottom of Germany’s top flight, some collapse for a side that finished fourth last season and subsequently qualified for the Champions League.

The youth coach Marco Grote has been appointed as the interim manager with Marie-Louise Eta making history by becoming his assistant.

Eta played in the Frauen Bundesliga with Turbine Potsdam, where she won the league three times…

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