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Sport Why VfB likes players "who skipped school"

12:35  30 october  2020
12:35  30 october  2020 Source:   spox.com

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Sven Mislintat recently committed to VfB Stuttgart. The sports director explains what the club's face should look like.

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Sven Mislintat's contract with VfB Stuttgart expires in the summer. Initial talks about an extension have already been held and will be continued soon. And the sports director does not hide the fact that "VfB is in pole position". "I'm not the type who can change a club like a shirt. For me, identification is part of it. It's part of my personality."

And his work is not finished yet. "I was brought in with the clear premise of giving this club a face again," said Mislintat before the guest appearance at Schalke on Friday at DAZN. This face is just slowly unfolding.

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Mislintat uses the "two successful periods" of the recent past as "orientation": that of the young savages and that of the magical triangle. Young and happy to play - this is what VfB should ideally look like. "That's us, that's what we really want to stay," says Mislintat. "Well, we are not planning to sign 33-year-olds from now on."

Rather, Mislintat likes young players "who sometimes skipped school, sometimes scold the coach"; to "guys who stay cheeky, who don't find themselves in the clear conformity of an NLZ, who break out from time to time". Because: "These are often the players who can later adopt a certain kind of leadership, who are not afraid of anything in crucial game situations, who are brave." Silas Wamangituka (21) and Tanguy Coulibaly (19), for example, are players who "aren't afraid of failing".

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"Sometime" places seven to twelve

In the best case scenario, VfB wants to train such talents itself in the future. "If, on average, we can develop one player per year into a good professional squad player, we have already done a good job, with two a sensational one," says Mislintat, although it is clear to him that little time is given for development in Stuttgart .

"The biggest challenge in clubs like VfB Stuttgart is that the time frame is not given," he knows. "It is hardly allowed to take a step back in development and to be allowed to take this step silently." A VfB, "which is not successful, is actually not accepted".

But first of all, Mislintat wants to make it back to the Bundesliga with VfB. The top 6 are far, far away. "You have to create the economic opportunities for it, and they are not there at the moment. That is because we have not worked successfully in the years before." Only "sometime" should the 2007 champion "return to positions seven to twelve".

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