Bundesliga side Arminia Bielefeld have replaced Uwe Neuhaus with former Fortuna Düsseldorf head coach Frank Kramer, who has signed a contract until 2023.
“We have held convincing talks with Frank Kramer and are looking forward to the joint task of developing our team in all areas,” said sporting director Samir Arabi.
“Frank is a multi-faceted coach with a wealth of experience from both the professional and youth sector. We are convinced that, with his professional and analytical qualities, he is the type of coach that fits the Arminia path and that we need to take the next steps in our development.”
Kramer added: “Arminia have developed well in recent years and are an exciting club that make a very serious and perspective-oriented impression on me. I’m delighted to be a part of this project. I have a great desire to work with the players and the entire team.”
Kramer coached both Fortuna Düsseldorf and Greuther Fürth before coaching the German national teams before moving to RB Salzburg as their academy manager.