Pieter Bakelt, Cherry and Klagenfurt Cake

Austria Klagenfurt is in the Bundesliga's championship group for the third straight time. The same coach on the sidelines, Peter Bagult, tirelessly demands “good football”. Talent proves him right.

Anyone talking to Peter Bagult about football should be well prepared. What happened to him once as a football player in the league is good, and his own coach at one time (Ernst Hoppel) is good. He doesn't want to think about his own successes as a coach – Vienna (64) was Rapid's last champion (2008) – but instead prefers to look forward to Austria Klagenfurt. For real: Bagult, who has been coaching since 1996, has made big strides at Lake Worthersee. He led the club to the Bundesliga and is playing in the Championship group with the purple Carinthians for the third time in a row. Who else but him would have thought of it?

This season target was reached back in March, you have nothing to do with the sacking, you can patiently plan and budget for next season, talk to new recruits; And who knows, maybe Klagenfurt will qualify for the European Cup? Then Bagult turns direct: it has to be successful first, he doesn't want to create this pressure. He knows the business, and even after an undeniably disappointing start against Sturm Cross on Sunday (2.30pm, Live, Sky), there will be an immediate hail of criticism. Who would like that?

A bagelt science!

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