World "Want to play in front of the fans": Kreyer stays with RWO

22:11  04 march  2021
22:11  04 march  2021 Source:   sport1.de

Dramatic decline in overnight stays in youth hostels

 Dramatic decline in overnight stays in youth hostels Frequently yawning emptiness on the hostel corridors in the corona pandemic: The number of overnight stays in German youth hostels fell by 63 percent in 2020. © Patrick Pleul / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa The German Youth Hostel Association recorded dramatic losses in the first Corona year, mainly due to a lack of school trips. Only 3.6 million overnight stays were counted at the 438 locations (previous year: 9.8), as the German Youth Hostel Association (DJH) announced on Thursday in Detmold.

Rot-Weiß Oberhausen has extended the contract with his goalscorer Sven Kreyer. The previous working paper would have expired at the end of the season.

Fühlt sich in Oberhausen wohl: Sven Kreyer geht weiter für den Klub auf Torejagd. © imago images Feels at home in Oberhausen: Sven Kreyer continues to hunt for goals for the club.

The Oberhausen company did not provide any information about the duration of the contract.

"We are happy that Sven has decided to continue on the common path," said RWO's sporting director Patrick Bauder. "He has shown us the qualities that we already knew from him and is therefore an important part of the team," continued Bauder.

Kreyer came to Oberhausen from third division Viktoria Köln last summer and has scored ten goals in 27 games so far. This makes him the best RWO goalscorer.

"I like the path the club has taken. I want to do my part to ensure that it can continue. In addition, I have not yet been able to play a game in front of our fans. I definitely want to experience that," said the 29-year-old after his signature.

Oberhausen is currently in sixth place in the Regionalliga West with 40 points. On Saturday the team will play against Alemannia Aachen.

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