Andreas Gahleitner new to the team – FC Blau-Weiss Linz

FC Blau-Weiß Linz is pleased to announce that Andreas Gahleitner has been hired as an additional assistant coach and as the new person primarily responsible for video analysis. On the one hand, our previous assistant trainer Ernö Doma should be relieved and on the other hand, much more attention should be paid to the topic of video analysis.

The contract with the 40-year-old native of Wels is valid from June 1st, 2022 and will be concluded for two years, plus an option for a further year.

Gahleitner’s career, training and experience speak volumes:

• Studies in sports science at the University of Vienna; Focus: training theory/game analysis
• Coach Education: UEFA A License + Elite Junior License
• More than six years of managerial experience
• Youth performance center Linz (training manager + head trainer)
• 5 years of experience in the adult sector: head trainer, 4th performance level in Austria (Donau, Edelweiss)
• Experience in individual player development: talent coach at LASK Linz
• Match Analyst Austria U-21 & A-Team
• Assistant coach Austria U-21

Quote sports director Tino Wawra:
“We don’t just want to take the next steps towards professionalism in the player sector and in the office, but also in the coaching team. With Andi Gahleitner we have found the perfect man for our project. In the future, in addition to working as an additional assistant coach on site, he will also cover the area of ​​video analysis in a highly professional manner. His career speaks volumes – in addition to his commitment to the ÖFB and the experience under Franco Foda and Werner Gregoritsch, he can also show the highest coaching qualifications.

Quoting Andi Gahleitner:
“I am already burning for the new task. I think that the club, the fans and the team in particular have huge potential. I look forward to being able to play a part in the coming season and I will do everything I can to support the coaching staff and the team in the best possible way.”

Quoting Gerald Scheiblehner:
“After my first year at Blau-Weiss Linz, it’s not just about developing the team, but also my coaching team. I know, both professionally and personally, that we have found the perfect solution. I’m really looking forward to working together and I’m sure that this commitment is another big step for a successful future!”



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