Entertainment Van Ooijen joins KFC Uerdingen
Vollath joins Türkgücü
After his contract with KFC Uerdingen expired in July, former second division goalkeeper René Vollath found a new club in Türkgücü Munich. © imago images Experienced man between the posts: New signing René Vollath With the experienced 30-year-old goalkeeper, Türkgücü has already signed the second player from KFC Uerdingen. At the beginning of last week, striker Tom Boere moved to the state capital. Both players should assist the promoters as top performers. Vollath, trained at 1.
KFC Uerdingen continues to work hard on the new squad. Krefeld have now signed the central midfielder Peter van Ooijen from VVV Venlo on a free transfer.
Peter van Ooijen moves to the 3rd division at KFC Uerdingen. The central midfielder comes from VVV Venlo, where his contract had expired. He will receive a two-year contract dated June 30, 2022.
"We are delighted to have Peter, a versatile midfielder," KFC managing director Nikolas Weinhart is quoted on the club website. "It is a central reference station, but at the same time also dangerous and will therefore help us a lot."
"Transfer-Hammer": Türkgücü is looking forward to new entry Boere
Türkgücü Munich "catches the eye with a real transfer coup", as the club itself wrote on its website on Monday: attacker Tom Boere joins the third division promoted team. © imago images He has already proven his goalie in the third division: Türkgücü newcomer Tom Boere (still in the KFC Uerdingen jersey).
The acclaimed van Ooijen himself says: "Uerdingen is a club with a great tradition and a clear sporting plan. I am looking forward to the new challenge."
Van Ooijen brings a lot of experience with
The 28-year-old played 22 games in the Dutch division of honor in the past season, in which he scored five goals and prepared two more goals. Overall, the former Dutch youth international was on the pitch 124 times in the top division of the Netherlands (ten goals).
Before Venlo, van Ooijen played for PSV Eindhoven, Heracles Almelo and Go Ahead Eagles Deventer, among others.
Withdrawal of twelve points for Sheffield Wednesday .
© Supplied by Sofoot Loss of feathers for the owls. Loss of feathers for owls. Friday night, Sheffield Wednesday received some really bad news. The EFL (English Football League Championship), has indeed published an press release, in which it is explained that the Championship club did not respect the financial rules of the league by including the profits from the sale of its stadium Hillsborough in its financial statement for the 2017-18 season.