Sports Stuttgart extends with top volleyball player Rivers
Despite a double torn ligament: Wolf wants to run again against Stuttgart
1. FC Köln really won't be spared a lot in these weeks. At the 0: 2 in Frankfurt there were already personnel bottlenecks, which worsened again with the injury of Marius Wolf. © picture-alliance Bites your teeth: Cologne's Marius Wolf. In Frankfurt, three regular players were missing with Sebastiaan Bornauw (spinal surgery), Jonas Hector (muscular problems in the thigh) and Ismail Jakobs (ligament injury), with Ondrej Duda (rib injury) and Marius Wolf, two new problem children came on Sunday.
top performer Krystal Rivers stays with volleyball Bundesliga club Allianz MTV Stuttgart. As the German champions from 2019 announced on Tuesday, the 26-year-old diagonal attacker extended her contract by one year and will therefore also play for the Stuttgart women in the coming season. "The extension with Krystal Rivers is of course outstanding, especially since we almost no longer considered this contract extension possible," said sporting director Kim Renkema.
The new contract from Rivers receives a bilateral option for an additional year. She feels at home in the Stuttgart environment, said the American, according to a club announcement: "The last few years here in Stuttgart have brought me so much as an athlete," she said. "The team, the goals that we have set ourselves and achieved, I am sure that there is more."
German soccer club Stuttgart fined for data breach .
STUTTGART, Germany — German soccer club Stuttgart has been fined 300,000 euros ($357,000) for misusing private data about its members, a regulator said Wednesday. Stuttgart had been accused of passing on data which was potentially useful for marketing to third parties without informing members. The scandal has caused some infighting among club officials and has overshadowed the team's return to the Bundesliga under American coach Pellegrino Matarazzo. Stuttgart is in ninth place. The club has agreed to a “costly restructuring” of how it handles personal data, said the office of Stefan Brink, the lead data protection official for the state of Baden-Württemberg.