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Weekend Reads Schubert's remarkably reflective words

19:45  07 october  2020
19:45  07 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Markus Schubert had a hectic, wild first Bundesliga year at FC Schalke 04. After moving to Eintracht Frankfurt, the goalkeeper looks back.

Schuberts bemerkenswert reflektierte Worte © Provided by sport1.de Schubert's remarkably reflected words.

Regular goalkeepers are normally only changed if they are injured or in a long-lasting depression.

Trust is the magic word, the number 1 between the posts is considered to have been set. At FC Schalke 04, however, the current Bayern goalkeeper Alexander Nübel and Markus Schubert had a wild year.

Nübel was undisputed until the 15th matchday, but a red card made Schubert's debut - against his current club Eintracht Frankfurt of all places.

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It was the first of four goalkeeper changes that ex-coach David Wagner made in the past season. Schubert stood between the posts nine times, but failed too often, especially after the restart in May.

"Those were the games where I put too much pressure on myself. I'm actually a goalkeeper who loves to play in front of a crowd. Ghost games are like friendly games in terms of atmosphere. I wanted to perform at my best, but I did I put too much pressure on and then got tense, "said Schubert, looking back at his inaugural press conference in Frankfurt.

It is remarkably reflective words that the 22 year old chooses after a chaotic year. Despite all the circumstances, he doesn't regret the move from Dresden to Gelsenkirchen: "As stupid as it sounds, I am rather happy that it went the way it went for me too. As much as I could learn last year, I would have I probably didn't learn anywhere else. "

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Instead of quarreling with the difficulties and stepping up, the loan from Hessen (no purchase option negotiated) took positive aspects from this season with it: "I'm not angry. It did more than harm to me. As a result, I was able to pull out a lot for myself, my personality, my development, so that I am much more mature now. "

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Of course," the situation was not happy ", but" in retrospect If you draw the right conclusions from it, it helped me brutally. "

Schubert summed up:" I looked back on a lot in the summer. In the future, I would like to try not to put as much pressure on myself and just approach the matter more fun. That was an important lesson. This is the only way to be successful. "

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"I wouldn't call the move a step backwards. It's a new environment, a new trainer who can give me input for my development, "explained Schubert and emphasized:" I consciously took this step towards unity. "

Schubert finds a feel-good factor in Frankfurt

While there is a lot of hustle and bustle at Schalke, the start with zero counts failed completely and Wagner has since been replaced by Manuel Baum, Eintracht stands for the stark opposite: calm and constancy, and the start was successful with seven counters.

"There's a lot of solidarity, the mood in the team is really good. The guys just want to win every game," said Schubert. It found the feel-good factor it was looking for. Behind Trapp and with goalkeeping coach Jan Zimmermann, the Saxon can improve, eliminate weaknesses - and recover from a turbulent first year at Schalke.

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