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Danny Schwarz takes new role with Bayern Munich

Schwarz will be working with Bayern Munich’s players out on loan.

Bayern München II v SpVgg Unterhaching - 3. Liga Photo by Roland Krivec/DeFodi Images via Getty Images

When Bayern Munich II was relegated from 3. Liga, the requirement to have a manager with a coaching license was no longer a necessity per Regionalliga rules.

That left Martín Demichelis as the not-yet-licensed, but permanent boss of Bayern Munich II, working in tandem with Stefan Buck. It also left Danny Schwarz without a designated job. Now, however, the club has found new responsibilities for Schwarz, who will be in charge of the club’s players who are out on loan.

“Our team of three coaches in the second team was designed for the third division. In the regional league, we also worked with a coaching duo in the years before the promotion, as the overall coaching effort is lower,” says campus boss Jochen Sauer (per FCBayern.com). “When Danny recently approached us that he would be open to a new challenge after relegation, we thought of him directly when filling the loan player supervisor.”

Schwarz seems excited about this new challenge.

“As in the previous season, FC Bayern will loan some players to other clubs this season. In order to accompany and support these players in the best possible way, but also to ensure a constant exchange with the rental club, FC Bayern wanted to install a kind of supervisor trainer. So in the future I will regularly visit (the loaness), watch their training units and games, but also maintain an intensive exchange with the respective coaches of our boys. We just want to be up to date with the development of these players,” Schwarz said.