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Osaka Evessa Notice of retirement of Osaka Evessa head coach Matthias Fischer

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Osaka Evessa Head Coach Mathias Fischer Retirement Notice
We would like to inform you that Matthias Fischer, the head coach of Osaka Evessa, will be retiring.
Mathias Fischer
[Image:×500.jpg] □Date of birth: July 30, 1971
□Birthplace: Germany
(Alma mater)
 Trainer Academy Cologne
(Coaching history)
2004-05 Amicale Steinsel (Luxembourg)
2007-08 Black Star Mersch (Luxembourg)
2008-09 kelag Worthersee Piraten (Austria)
2009-12 Allianz Swans Gmunden (Austria)
*Champion 2009.10
* Vice Champion 2010.11, 2011.12
2012-13 LTi Giessen 46ers (Germany)
2013-16 Telekom Baskets Bonn (Germany)
2016-18 PGE Turow Zgorzelec (Germany)
2018-19 Macau Black Bears (China)
2019-22 Nishinomiya Stokes
2022-24 Osaka Evessa
(Representative coach history)
2006-07 Luxembourg national team head coach
2016-18 Germany national team A2 head coach (German national team A1 assistant coach)
□ Personal comment
Hey boosters,
After two interesting years together, it’s time for me to say goodbye. Thanks for being awesome supporters. Keep rocking, and who knows, our paths might cross again someday!
Cheers, Mathias Fischer
To all the fans and boosters of Osaka Evessa
We have spent two fascinating and enjoyable seasons with you, but the time has come to say goodbye.
Thank you for continuing to be a great supporter. We may meet again somewhere someday, and I look forward to your continued support. Thank you, Matthias Fischer
□Comment from General Manager Shota Konno
Head coach Mathias Fischer, who led the team for two seasons at Osaka Evessa, will retire at the end of his contract. During the match, he was always in charge and passionately led the way, creating many well-designed set pieces and leaving us with many great highlights. He was also very considerate off the court and a great coach as a person. Thank you very much for always supporting Osaka Evessa in a positive manner, even though there were many peaks and valleys. Osaka Evessa sincerely wishes Head Coach Mathias all the best in his future endeavors.
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