Eintracht Frankfurt’s goalkeeper Kevin Trapp has protected Coach Adi Hutter after the Hesse negative series in the Bundesliga.
“I think it’s too easy to talk bad right now if things don’t go well. I understand some unsatisfied comments, but criticism of the coach is too cheap for me,”said the national player in the interview at”Sport1”.
The Frankfurters go on Saturday (18:30 o’clock) after four league defeats in series as a badass outsider to the Bundesliga guest game at table leader FC Bayern Munich. The procession took place before the 27. Game day with 28 points on the 13th. Table ranking and has a follow-up game to complete.
“We had bad games against Union Berlin and Leverkusen. The game against FC Basel must not be overestimated because it was not easy from the outside either. Otherwise, I can’t remember a really bad performance from us,”said Trapp.
The reenactment had started very well in the back round, and”for the re-start we lost to a team that has ambitions for the Champions League.”Last week Frankfurt lost to Borussia Monkngladbach with 1:3.