Sebastian Dreier will strengthen FC Bayern Munich’s coach team in the future. The club announced this on Friday.
The 31-year-old takes over the position of Stefan Buck, who has moved to Eintracht Frankfurt, as assistant coach in the second team of the German record champions.
Julian Nagelsmann’s former assistant, Dino Toppmöller, had iced Buck away from FC Bayern for his new job as head coach at SBU.
Dreier had last been under contract with second division relegated SSV Jahn Regensburg until February 2023.
“We are pleased that we were able to quickly fill the assistant coach position after Stefan’s departure. With Basti, we welcome a young assistant coach who, for his age, has already gained a lot of experience in the 2nd Bundesliga and in the youth sector,” said Campus- Manager Halil Altintop quoted in a press release: “In addition, he knows the club very well from his past as a player and coach and will join our team immediately.”
Dreier, who played for Munich between 2007 and 2013 and made 13 appearances for the FCB reserves, is looking forward to his “new job with the amateurs”.
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Dreier, who began his active career as an assistant with the Munich U16s and U17s, wants to work up to the 3rd division alongside head coach Holger Seitz.
In the previous season, Bayern’s second team finished third in the Regionalliga Süd.