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Forty-five-year-old Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel was born Frankfurt, Germany in 1974. Barnsley is his first venture into the world of English football management having previously managed only in his native Germany with Hannover 96.

In his playing career, Stendel was employed predominantly as a striker. His time as a player was spent in and around the German first and second divisions where he played 363 times, scoring 102 goals on the way. During the 90s, Stendel turned out for Hamburger SV, SV Meppen and FC Gutersloh before moving on to Hannover 96, the club to which he would eventually return as player, coach and latterly as a manager.

During the 2015/16 season, Stendel was named as the head coach of Hannover 96, replacing Tomas Schaaf who himself had replaced Michael Frontzeck. Prior to his appointment, Stendel had been in charge of one of Hannover's youth teams where he had enjoyed a successful enough spell for the board to place him in charge of the first team when Frontzeck was relieved of his duties. Stendel was unable to save Hannover from relegation - after what was generally considered throughout Germany to be a disastrous campaign, they were relegated to the second tier of the German football league Pyramid, the 2.Bundesliga, for the first time since 2002. Hannover have struggled ever since and remain in the second division after being promoted and relegated once again, perhaps showing that Stendel faced an impossible job in turning around their fortunes. Stendel would ultimately last less than one year as Hannover 96 manager, he was sacked in March 2017.

After a poor run of form in which Stendel's Hannover won just one of the previous four fixtures, awful form for a team seeking promotion, Stendel was dismissed by the Hannover board and replace by Andre Breitenreiter who would eventually get them promoted back to the Bundesliga after they finished in second place on 67 points.

After over a year's absence from football, David Stendel returned to the game as the manager of Yorkshire club Barnsley. At Barnsley, Stendel has fared much better than in his previous venture into management - he is well-liked and respected by Barnsley strong core fanbase, an invaluable asset in any management position, of course. When Stendel took the reins at Barnsley, the club was going through a period of relative mediocrity - they were bouncing in between the Championship and League One. Now, Stendel has transformed Barnsley into a respectable Championship team who adopt a playing style which is both attacking and tactically astute, much to the delight of the Barnsley faithful. They reached the Championship after finishing second in League One, they were ultimately only three points behind a fantastic Luton Town side who finished on 94 points compared to Barnsley's 91. In that season, Stendel is credited with getting the best out of strike partnership of Kieffer Moore and Cauley Woodrow who between them scored 33 goals, a feat Barnsley fans will be hoping they can repeat in the 2018/19 season.

One of the highlights of Stendel's time with Barnsley in League One, in terms of media coverage at least, was when Fleetwood manager Joey Barton assaulted Stendel in a Fracas during a match between the two teams. Barton, who has a reputation as something of a 'bad boy' within the footballing world, has since been charged with actual bodily harm due to the incident. Stendel is yet to comment on the legal proceedings.

Barnsley have sacked manager Daniel Stendel the 8th October 2019.


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