No comment with Sejad Salihović

Fan favourite and club legend Sejad Salihović experienced everything with TSG Hoffenheim – from the Regionalliga to the Bundesliga winter championship and the relegation play-off in 2013. Since last summer, the 36-year-old has been working as an assistant coach at TSG. At the end of January, Salihović came out of retirement and made his comeback for the U23s – for whom he is now a player-coach – against VfR Aalen. He has now given an interview with SPIELFELD – all without uttering a single word.


Sejad, what did you have a reputation for on the pitch?


You converted numerous important penalties for TSG; what was your big strength from the spot?


You converted two important spot-kicks in Dortmund in 2013. How nervous were you beforehand?


You've been a player-coach for the U23s since the end of January. What can the lads learn from watching you?


You're building a house with your family in Frankenthal. What's your everyday life at home like?


You spent nine years playing in Hoffenheim and you've now returned as coach. What does TSG mean to you?


You also work as a pundit for TSG.TV. What does a standard day of filming look like for you?


You always wore the number 23 while playing for TSG. What was the reason for that?


There is a lot of artwork adorning your body. What do you look like when you're having a tattoo done?


You're a family man. Is there one tattoo on your body that means more to you than the others?

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