LASK Linz and the Austrian National Team
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Manager Walter Schachner is the well-respected boss of LASK Linz. His experiences in Italy as the most successful Austrian ever earned him a lifetime of job offers, and “schoko” preferred the environment at Linz than at any other destination of the Austrian Bundesliga.
Not one member of the Linz squad is affiliated with the national team, which is why Linz hookups identify their home team as developmental. The captain of the national team, Marc Janko, plays for FC Twente and has been on record as saying he has great respect for the club that is managed by Schachner.
Erwin Hoffer, the younger striker, is much less apt to dole out respect. Before his contract with Kaiserslautern and Napoli, his time in the Austrian Bundesliga was full of quarrels between him and players on the team that hookups in Linz support. Pundits call him petulant, and come international match play, the scrutiny is maximized for Hoffer when it isn't for other players.
Manager Dietmar Constantini was hired in part to alleviate the immaturity of young players on the squad, but Dietmar is a pacifist, and has stuck to the logistics of football more than he has managed his young talent and minds. Linz call girls like the call ups that Constantini has made, and are hopeful for success in the Euro which will be held in Ukraine and Poland. Ernst-Happel-Stadion has been the stage of some fierce matches, in which Austria has qualified for the big tournament in Eastern Europe in history of otherwise spotty qualifications. Karel Bruckner paid with his vocational life when Austria failed to qualify for the World Cup in 2010.
Young players on Austria include Florian Klein, Christian Fuchs, and Aleksandar Dragovic. Dragovic is an example of a first generation Austrian, which historically hasn't fielded many national players. Austria is protectionist over its domestic, Germanic players, but the young defender for FC Basel looks to break the trend. Linz hookup agencies and scouts noticed Manuel Weber and his exception play in SK Sturm Graz. He captained Austria Karten, and it was just the example of leadership that Constantini needed to round out his roster, which will eventually be submitted for the big tournament in 2012.
Roman Kienast needed a massage after an intense match with Nigeria in a friendly. Manager at the time, Josef Hickersberger, was responsible for the striker's exposure, along with the fact that Kienast is the son of Reinhard Kienast, a former Austrian international player. Roman was eventually given a tryout with the hookups of Norwich City, Doncaster Rovers, and Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Constantini lauded the twenty-seven year old for excellent composure on and off the pitch.