Jürgen Klinsmann must produce up-to-date coaching badges to the DFB

Hertha BSC head coach Jürgen Klinsmann has been asked by the DFB for proof of his coaching badges, which are currently in California, according to Bild.

“When I got on the plane to Berlin at the end of November, I din’t think I needed my trainer license and the proof of further education, because I didn’t know that I would become a Hertha trainer,” said Klinsmann.

The German coach has been asked to produce his up-to-date and proper coaching license to be able to coach in the Bundesliga.

As a result, Klinsmann may not be on the touchline for Hertha’s game against Bayern Munich which would see assistant Alexander Nouri in charge of Sunday’s Bundesliga game.

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