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Sports Moisander's chance because of Agu - Kohfeldt smoothes out waves around Selke

17:30  24 october  2020
17:30  24 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Relieved after the negative Corona tests on Friday, but also with a staff shortage on the left defense side, Werder coach Florian Kohfeldt looks forward to the Sunday game against Hoffenheim. 0 The COVID-19 infected Felix Agu "would definitely have played," said the coach. Because in the person of Ludwig Augustinsson (thigh injury) left-back number 1 is also out. When solving the problem, Kohfeldt did not want to look into his cards during the matchday press conference on Saturday.

The transfer of central defender Marco Friedl to the left lane is obvious. The captain Niklas Moisander, displaced by the young Austrian, could subsequently move from the bank to the center of defense. Kohfeldt emphasizes that there will be no complaint. Neither about the personnel situation nor about the fact that "a training day was lost" due to the voluntary home quarantine on Thursday.   Moisanders Chance wegen Agu - Kohfeldt glättet Wogen um Selke Berlin tour? Selke didn't break the rules either.

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Because, according to the football teacher: "It's the same with other clubs. We kept the quarantine to protect ourselves, but also to do justice to our role model function." Davie Selke, whose Berlin tour sparked discussions on social media, did not violate this. Kohfeldt makes it clear: "He went to see a doctor there after the quarantine." Selke is currently suffering from groin problems, missing against Hoffenheim and Patrick Erras (thigh strain).

Tahith Chong is back on the training ground and in the squad on Sunday. The striker was initially classified as a "first-degree contact person" by the health department in connection with Agu, but was allowed to end the 14-day quarantine that had been ordered early. Another proof of Kohfeldt's statement: "The hygiene concept helped us that Felix is ​​an individual case." The health department was able to understand that Agu was part of an infection chain outside the team.

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returnees Bargfrede "brings it all" - for the U 23 Another topic at the press conference: the imminent return of veteran Philipp Bargfrede as a leading player for the Bremen U 23. In the summer, the 31-year-old's professional contract was not extended other employer had not yet found each other. "It looks very good," confirmed Kohfeldt now regarding Bargfrede's Werder comeback. "Bargi has everything that is in demand in this role: the footballing skills, the personality - and who, if not he, can tell the boys what Werder means."

Whereby, given the composition of the professional squad, the idea that Bargfrede could become important again "above". But Kohfeldt put a stop to this, at least verbally, and stood now: "This is not a disguised return to the Bundesliga. Bargi is then firmly planned for the U23 and will not be a candidate for the Bundesliga."

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