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Sport Seeler: HSV "embarrassed us to the bone"

10:10  30 june  2020
10:10  30 june  2020 Source:   ran.de

HSV club idol Uwe Seeler criticizes team: "We embarrassed us to the bone"

 HSV club idol Uwe Seeler criticizes team: © Getty Images HSV club idol Uwe Seeler (83) harshly criticized the Hamburg team for their appearance in the decisive game for promotion to the Bundesliga: "The troupe embarrassed us to the bone. Such an idea is incomprehensible and intolerable," said the striker legend of the picture of the 1-5 defeat against SV Sandhausen last Sunday. Since 1.

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Enttäuscht wegen verpasstem HSV-Aufstieg: Uwe Seeler © AFPSIDCARMEN JASPERSEN Disappointed because of the missed HSV promotion: Uwe Seeler

Cologne - Club idol Uwe Seeler (83) was very disappointed with the missed promotion of Hamburger SV to football -Bundesliga responded. "The troupe embarrassed us to the bone. Such an idea is incomprehensible and intolerable," said Seeler of the Bild newspaper a few days after the embarrassing appearance against SV Sandhausen (1: 5): "It gets every year more difficult to leave the class up. "

HSV will go into the third year of the second division in a row in the coming season. Seeler, who is "learning to walk again" after a hip operation at the end of May, nevertheless announced: "Despite all of this, I will remain loyal to my club. Once HSVer, always HSVer."

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