Previous Bayer Leverkusen, Union Berlin mentor, Sascha Lewandowski has kicked the bucket at 44 years old years old.
Bochum police affirmed on Thursday that the previous Bayer Leverkusen and Union Berlin mentor was discovered dead in his Bochum home on Wednesday evening.
“We are crushed and staggeringly dismal,” Union Berlin president Dirk Zingler said on the club’s authentic site. “Our most profound sensitivity has a place with the family and relatives of Sascha Lewandowski.”
“It’s hard to envision for all of us that Sascha is dead. He was incredible individual, who put all his energy and enthusiasm into his work,” Leverkusen wearing executive Rudi Voller said.
The club’s CEO Michael Schade included: “We are all profoundly stunned and influenced. Sascha was a great individual, and he has left his imprints at Leverkusen. His name is firmly fixing to our wearing accomplishment lately. It’s staggering he’s no more with us.”
Lewandowski, one of Germany’s greatest instructing abilities, worked for Bayer Leverkusen’s childhood foundation from 2007, and honed the Bundesliga side from May 2012 through to June 2013, and for a short stretch toward the end of the 2013-14 season after the sacking of Sami Hyypia.
In September 2015, Lewandowski assumed responsibility of the 2. Bundesliga club Union Berlin, yet early this year was determined to have the burnout disorder which likewise created utilitarian cardiovascular inconsistencies. In March, he ventured down as the club’s mentor.
“I trusted that a short break would be sufficient to altogether decrease the distresses. Be that as it may, unfortunately that simply wasn’t the situation,” Lewandowski said around then, including that it will take months “until I am my old self once more.”