Hannover extend contract with coach Mirko Slomka
Berlin, Dec 9 (IANS) German football club Hannover have extended their contract with coach Mirko Slomka until 2016, the club said in an official statement.
After long speculations, Slomka and Hannover finally agreed to extend the expiring contract until 2016, reports Xinhua.
"I understand this contract extension by three more years, as a great confidence into my work. I combine my signature with the conviction and confidence to continue the successful development of Hannover," Slomka said on his homepage Saturday.
Mirko Slomka joined Hannover in February 2010. Since then he was able to qualify twice for the UEFA Europa League with Hannover.
In the current Europa League, Hannover remained unbeaten to progress into the round of 32. Hannover sit in 12th position in the Bundesliga standings.