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no use, no viewers, no points - for Oscar Wendt his last home game in Borussia-Park was truly bleak. Nevertheless, the chances of Sweden are not bad to experience the season finale at Werder Bremen in the starting eleven.
Even for the "Eternal Oscar", the time at Borussia Mönchengladbach is coming to an end. Wendt, now 35 years old, is in Bremen before his last game for the foal elf. After ten years in the VFL jersey, he can increase the number of his compulsory matches for Borussia once again to 305, then is over.
and Wendt will hope for a more beautiful end than on Saturday, when he stayed with his last home game in Borussia Park from empty spectators without use and the team also lost the team to VfB Stuttgart 1: 2. Four times coach Marco Rose moved against the Swabian, but Wendt did not come in. "I was aware that Oscars was the last home game. Unfortunately, it did not give himself that we could bring him again. The boy has done a great deal of ten years in the club," Rose explained.
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© Provided by 90min Julia Villalba (l.) According to his gate in the DFB Cup with Ibrahima Traore. | Wolfgang Rattay / Getty Images Borussia Mönchengladbach will not extend the contracts with Julia Villalba and Max Green, which has confirmed sports director Max Eberl on Friday. Ibrahima Traores Future is not yet clarified. On Saturday Borussia Mönchengladbach denies the last home game of the season against VfB Stuttgart.
"I was aware that Oscars was the last home game. Unfortunately, it did not happen." - Marco Rose
farewell as Gladbach's foreign record player
Hope for a "farewell game" does not have to bury Wendt. Ramy Bensbaini, now the number 1 on the left-back position, is at the end of the season in a power hole. Both at the 0: 6 defeat in Munich and against the Stuttgart, the Algerian was missing miles away from his best form. Despite the ranking left back, it would not be surprising if Wendt begins in Bremen. Already it is clear that Wendt leaves the foals as a record player: No foreign player has decided in the Gladbach club history more mandatory games than the left foot.
Adoption in the filled Borussia Park
Wendt's farewell to fans should be made up for a later time in a then well filled Borussia park. And before the earlier international Germany returns to the back and then for his home and heart club IFK Gothenburg goes on score hunt, a desire should fulfill: the entry into the Europapokal with the Borussia.
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