World Another forced break: Ewerton injured himself in the regional league game!
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They are still waiting in Hamburg. At least in the blue-white-black part of town. Still waiting for the defense chief announced by last year's head coach. Who can open the game so well and is so strong on the ball. But unfortunately the Brazilian Ewerton has been able to show almost nothing of this in his 14 months at the. Now the 31-year-old is out again.
With the Rothosen regional league team, the Brazilian should regain the form in yesterday's derby at SC Norderstedt that may have once seduced Dieter Hecking to his hymns of praise. After all, Ewerton was actually something of a head of defense at 1.FC Nürnberg, Hecking's current club. Which is why the rumored transfer fee that the HSV transferred to Franconia (2 million euros) was quickly celebrated as a "bargain" by the Hamburg gazettes. How it is in Hamburg.
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In the meantime one has to state soberly: so far Ewerton has been a real mistake. What use is a potential if it is never converted into corresponding energy. In the energy, for example, that lets the South American rush over local beaches at the.
This episode too, namely that he came to HSV injured due to such leisure activities (!), Does not really shed light on the defensive player's professional attitude. But HSV was behind him. He was a bargain ... And once he gets into proper shape, so those responsible, yes then ...5 games - no victory!
But it turns out to be more and more of a wait for St. Nimmersleinstag. The bare and frightening numbers: Ewerton only completed 5 of 34 league games in the past season, and those are extremely flawed and anything but good. Neither in the header, nor in the build-up of the game - and not in the direct duels. Almost idle to mention that HSV, with Ewerton on the field, could not win any of these five games. Two draws face three defeats.
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Back to yesterday. And the aforementioned regional league comeback. The story is told quickly: after 46 minutes it was over again. Ewerton had to pay tribute to the apparently premature commitment - because, as Mopo reports, he should have already gone into the game with pain. You can't shake as many heads as you would like in the face of such reports.
So everything back to zero. Another break in the rhythm. And past the chance that HSV had secretly speculated on: namely to be able to present the player on the market before the end of this year's transfer window (on October 5th). Ewerton's contract runs until 2021. Of course, an extension is not even remotely thought of. Rather, they will be happy in Hamburg to finally end the chapter next summer. At least in the blue-black-white part of town.
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