It doesn’t happen often when a father gets to put his son on the bench of the team he is managing, but that’s exactly what happened to Hertha BSC’s Hungarian manager, Pál Dárdai. But are they going to remain a well-known football family in Bundesliga?
Hertha Berlin was playing a Bundesliga match against Mönchengladbach on Wednesday evening. Online sportsbooks in Germany expected the home team, Borussia Mönchengladbach, to win, and the capital-based team failed to upset the odds. However, the game became pretty interesting even though the final result of 1-0 was not surprising. In fact, the game got interesting before it actually started.
Football father and son: meet the two Dárdais
Pál Dárdai is one of the most important people in the history of Hertha BSC. The Hungarian spent 14 years playing as a defensive midfielder for the Berlin-based team. He remained an employee at the club even after his retirement: he was coaching the junior team and got promoted as time passed. By today, he is the manager of the first team. But he’s not the only one of the family to make a career at HBSC, the son is also there to make history!
Will Pál Dárdai Jr. be the next Hertha legend?
It’s hard to say at the moment, but we for sure can know that the son of the manager is talented enough to be called up for the first team. Palkó Dárdai was sitting at the bench on Wednesday’s game, and despite the fact that his father did not bring him in this time, we can be sure he will get to play in the near future.
Now It might be only a matter of time till we see Palkó Dárdai in the first team of Hertha BSC again. Is the Hungarian – German football youngster going to debut this season? Is the talented winger talented enough to make himself a name in the Bundesliga just like his father did? Will the football family in Bundesliga turn into an actual dynasty? It would be quite a huge thing, online betting news in Germany probably would not be able to stop writing about such things…
Dárdai could break a record…
The record of a football family in Bundesliga! They are actually pretty close to becoming a Bundesliga dynasty: Palkó, the oldest Dárdai brother s getting closer and closer to debut in the first team. In addition, Dárdai has two more sons. Both of them are playing for Hertha Berlin youth teams and both are regarded pretty talented. Do you see a future for all 3 Dárdais at HBSC? With the fourth one at the helm… Will any of the “Dárdai Juniors” score a goal like this?
Dárdai’s oldest son could debut any time soon…
Hertha BSC are hosting Augsburg on Sunday afternoon. Palkó might get another chance to debut again as Hertha are kind of short on wingers. The team is, however, in desperate need of a win: they lost their last 3 Bundesliga games in a row. Online sportsbooks expect them to finally end this series: the odds for Hertha to win against Augsburg are 1.75 (3/4), while those for the away team are 5.25 (17/4) at Bet365.