Kostner awaits Wolfsburg news

Wolfsburg’s caretaker-coach Lorenz-Gunther Kostner wants to know

if he has a future at the club sooner rather than later with a

decision over a permanent replacement for Felix Magath yet to be

taken.

Kostner was placed in temporary charge of the club following

Magath’s resignation at the end of October, and he has led the club

off the foot of the table and 10 points clear of the relegation

zone.

Yet the club’s new director of sport Klaus Allofs remains quiet

about his chances of being given the job ona full-time basis, and

the wait to find out is now getting to Kostner.

“I have taken the team from the bottom of the table and if they

still don’t want to carry on working with me, then they should just

tell me quickly,” he said after his side’s 2-0 defeat at home to

Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday.

“There has been absolutely no information for how long this

whole thing should go on for and that is what I’m talking

about.”

A bit of clarity is all Kostner is after, yet Allofs was more

concerned with conspiracy theories after the Wolves’ latest

defeat.

“It seems like the impression is we did not deserve to win last

weekend and they wanted to even things up,” he told Sky television

when asked about Josue’s sending off in the 16th minute of the game

with the visitors a goal up.

“That was never a red card. There’s no question about it being a

foul, but certainly not a red card.”