Noisy stuns Turkish Giants with Germany move
Chaos has descended around Fenerbahce’s training facilities today when it was revealed that early this morning that Noisy had left the club by mutual consent after a season in charge.
Last seasons League winner and Division 2 Manager of the Year has decided to call time on his Turkish adventure and has taken over at Last years Challengers and Divisional rivals Bayer Leverkusen.
Fenerbahce were the most consistent team in the league last season under the now hated Noisy and it has left fans bewildered at the timing of his decision especially with the clubs U21 side due to face Tottenham in the semi finals of the U21 Cup in a little over 24 hours time.
Noisy has no doubt left other Top 100 Managers scratching there heads at the decision to join a League rival.
Bayer Leverkusen fans however are delighted with the swift appointment at replacing Scalotti who decided to leave the German giants last week and make a move to English club Southampton which again surprised a few managers.
This isn’t the first time a German club has approached as last season Bayern Munchen made advances but Noisy stayed loyal to Fenerbahce to see out the work that he had started but now the time was right to move to Germany.
With Noisy also in charge of the German National Team it makes sense for him to base himself in Germany full time as he bids to repair the shambolic home nations display in the last World Cup.
Within hours of taken over Noisy has already been inundated with offers for star players like Calhanoglu and Wendell but has so far turned down all advances as he now looks to piece together his own Leverkusen side.
I like the starting base that we have to build on here and Scalotti done a excellent job in keeping some of the clubs most talented players tied down.
We will now start to piece our team and prepare for the trip to Manchester to face a City who are also under new management and this week signed Welsh International Aaron Ramsey, We are well aware of the challenge that faces us and we realise it may be a case of parking the bus to get a result.
But in reality all eyes will go to Sundays Away game when Leverkusen travel to…………………. you guessed it Fenerbahce away.
What a tie this promises to be with Fenerbahce fans eager to show there displeasure towards Noisy and his staff members it could be a case of lock the doors at all costs.