Weekend Reads Hanover's defense chief Hübers wants to stay

13:30  29 october  2020
13:30  29 october  2020 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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Timo Hübers is deeply connected to Hanover and 96. This is probably one of the reasons why the defense chief can well imagine staying with the Reds.

© imago images "I don't have to go anywhere else": Timo Hübers has taken 96 roots near Hanover.

In five league games so far, Hannover 96 played with three different center-back combinations. The only constant: Timo Hübers. The 24-year-old formed a tandem with Marcel Franke (27) and Simon Falette (28) as well as a trio with Franke and Josip Elez (26). His average kicker grade: 3.1.

Hübers is undisputedly promoted to head of defense at Lower Saxony. "Sure, I give commands and want to help the others," says the right footer. "But my teammates have just as much to say. Everyone can learn from everyone." The rise to the undisputed core force was not foreseeable for a long time. Not even for himself: "I didn't think this very quick and positive development was possible."

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From bad luck to defense tree

Why? In August 2018, the blonde tore his cruciate ligament and was also out for a year and a half due to another operation. Shortly after his comeback in February 2020, the defender was thwarted again. The diagnosis: Covid-19. "The fact that I was the first professional to have Corona rounds off the story of the little unlucky fellow," said Hübers looking back.

The times of the unlucky person are now over. The image of a tree is more appropriate: the 1.90-meter giant is stable on the lawn and shines with headball and duel strength. In addition, Hübers is deeply rooted in the city and the club: Born southeast of Hanover in Hildesheim, he was trained at 96 and is now studying economics at the University of Hanover.

Hübers wants to stay

Hübers has taken root and can well imagine staying at the end of the season despite an expiring contract. "I don't have to go anywhere else," he emphasizes. "I get positive feedback, so an intended contract extension is the logical step."

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