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That’s how long the final losers in the NL stayed in office

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Only Tangnes defies the runner-up curse

That’s how long the final losers in the NL stayed in office

With Rikard Grönborg, the runner-up coach gets it – the Swede is released at ZSC. The same happened to his predecessors in their first season after the bankruptcy in the final, as statistics show.


Rikard Grönborg is no longer the coach of the ZSC Lions.

Runner-up coaches don’t have it easy in the National League. As statistics show, the coaches of a final loser have been fired after around eleven and a half months on average since 2011 – with the exception of Dan Tangnes (43), who became runner-up in 2019 and is still in office with Zug.

The youngest victim of dismissal is Rikard Grönborg (54), who has to pack his bags at ZSC after three and a half years. Seven months have passed since the final bankruptcy in May against Zug. In the past eleven years, only Patrick Emond (57) had to go as runner-up at Servette.

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