Rolf Fringer to take charge of FC Zurich
 
FC Zurich yesterday announced the signing of Fringer has signed a two year contract to take charge of the club but will not take charge until the summer. In the meantime caretaker coach Harald Gämperle will remain in charge. The new coach also went on to
 
 
 
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Fringer said at his unveiling yesterday that "I'm firmly convinced that I will justify the confidence placed in me." The new coach also went on to state that as a child he was a supporter of FC Zurich. "In the 1970's I was a regular attender of matches at FCZ. When I realized now that it was 40 years ago I attended matches in the Letzigrund, I was overcome with an immense joy. Although I have been in football a long time my support of FCZ is something very special to me. Today I am very happy and feel like a little child again."

Since Urs Fischer was sacked two names immediately appeared. That of Fringer and also former Young Boys trainer Vladimir Petković, who reportedly offered to do the job for no basic salary and would receive payment only for wins and points earned. That FCZ have opted for Rolf Fringer is no surprise given the impressive job he did at FC Luzern, turning them from a team that was certain to be relegated to a team qualifying for Europe in 18 months. 

Alex Knott
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