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Sports FIFA 21: 'TimoX' returns to Wolfsburg

18:30  01 october  2020
18:30  01 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

Pandemic disrupting FIFA's World Cup, Club World Cup program

  Pandemic disrupting FIFA's World Cup, Club World Cup program GENEVA — The coronavirus pandemic has forced one edition of FIFA's Club World Cup to be postponed, is pushing back another, and causing concern about delays to 2022 World Cup qualifying games. FIFA President Gianni Infantino confirmed on Friday an inevitable rescheduling to the traditional seven-team tournament for continental club champions that was scheduled in Qatar in December. South America's champion will not be known until January after the 2020 Copa Libertadores group stage resumed only this week after a six-month shutdown.

Timo " TimoX " Siep is a German professional FIFA player currently playing for VfL Wolfsburg .

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After VfL Wolfsburg recently had to announce the departure of Dylan 'DullenMIKE' Neuhausen, fans of the "Wolves" can now look forward to a well-known returnee: Timo 'TimoX' Siep is attacking in the coming FIFA season again for the green and white controller.

'SaLz0R', 'TimoX' und 'BeneCR7x' vertreten den VfL Wolfsburg in FIFA 21. © VfL Wolfsburg 'SaLz0R', 'TimoX' and 'BeneCR7x' represent VfL Wolfsburg in FIFA 21.

'TimoX' had only left eFootball at club level before the 2019/20 season: the former World Cup semi-finalist changed after three years at VfL Wolfsburg to the organization B360 eSports. On Tuesday, however, he announced that he was letting his contract there expire, and the next day he was announced that he would return to his old place of work. "I'm damn happy to be able to tell you that I'm back at VfL Wolfsburg," wrote 'TimoX' on Twitter.

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Experienced squad for the VBL

So the "wolves" are a powerful team for the coming season in the Virtual Bundesliga Club Championship, which is supposed to start in November. In addition to returnees 'TimoX', Benedikt 'SaLzOr' Saltzer and Benedikt 'BeneCR7x' Bauer both have their contracts extended to the VfL squad. The personnel situation also allows Christoph Schielke, project manager for VfL eSports, to look positively into the season of the new EA offshoot FIFA 21: "With Timo and Benedikt Saltzer we have two seasoned FIFA players in our ranks and are also pleased that we can continue to accompany the development of Benedikt Bauer. "

, on the other hand, recently said goodbye to Wolfsburg, both former E-Academy player Riad 'itsRiaad' Fazlija and national player 'DullenMIKE' (LINK: 'DullenMIKE' leaves VfL Wolfsburg for NEO), whose gap in the 'TimoX' structure is certainly in perspective should close.

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