Brøndby in chaos as Frank calls it quits
Brøndby IF football club is in a state of disarray following the news today that Thomas Frank has stepped down as head coach with immediate effect.
Frank’s resignation comes a day after the board director Jan Bech Andersen anonymously criticised a number of Brøndby actors including Frank on a fan forum.
“As of today, head coach Thomas Frank has resigned from his position,” Brøndby wrote. “We are working to find a temporary head coach for Brøndby IF’s Superliga team.”
And that man will be former club great Auri Skarbalius, according to new reports.
CEO gone too
Frank, 42, had been the head coach of the club since 2013 following stints as the coach of Denmark’s under-19 and under-17 national teams.
The club also revealed that the club’s CEO Søren Vadmand was also let go following the release of financial results for 2015, which showed a loss of 17 million kroner.
Brøndby’s CFO Jesper Jørgensen will take over as CEO.