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Whether Ludwig Augustinsson will play against TSG Hoffenheim is questionable, Kevin Möhwald is hoping for Werder Bremen despite the dispute with Florian Kohfeldt. The 27-year-old provided an explanation for the argument with the coach on Wednesday.
Before the game against Hoffenheim on Sunday, Bremen are worried about left-back Augustinsson. The Swedish international broke off the training session on Wednesday morning with a thigh injury, and various examinations are planned by the evening. The club has announced a diagnosis for Thursday.
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Meanwhile, Kevin Möhwald feels on the best way in terms of health, as the midfielder reported in a media round. At the same time Möhwald apologized for the public dispute with coach Florian Kohfeldt when he was substituted in Freiburg (1: 1).
"I didn't like something in the game. What it was about stays internal." - Kevin Möhwald
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After more than a year of forced break due to a serious knee injury, Möhwald celebrated his comeback at halftime last Saturday. "A liberation," as he himself puts it. Of course, Möhwald was pulled back from the pitch a few minutes before the final whistle. As agreed, Kohfeldt promptly assured - which the professional has now confirmed.
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His obvious displeasure, which resulted in a dispute with the coach when leaving the field, "had nothing to do with the substitution," said Möhwald, "it was discussed". Rather: "I didn't like something in the game. What it was all about remains internal." The most important message for the 27-year-old was this: "It was an unnecessary, stupid action by me. I'm not 18 or 19 anymore and should have been aware of the external impact. Something like this won't happen to me again."
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In any case, the signs seem good that he will soon be able to hold out the ex-Nürnberger for at least 45 minutes: "The knee has not caused any problems, for the entire time since I've been back to full training." Möhwald is determined to take advantage of the opportunity presented by Davy Klaassen's departure: "A hole has appeared in midfield and there are a few players who can impose themselves. Now it's up to me, physically as quickly as possible Level to get me fixed. " Then there is nothing to prevent Möhwald, whom Kohfeldt has had in mind for a long time as a potential leading player, becoming a permanent fixture. Also from his point of view: "When I am at 100 percent physically, I can help the team very well. I have this self-confidence."
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For Frank Baumann's 45th birthday there was no serenade from head coach Florian Kohfeldt on Thursday. "It's better that way," smiled the Bremen managing director during the matchday press conference. In the meantime, Kohfeldt paid homage to his boss in the highest tones when it came to Baumann's upcoming contract extension. © imago images Was praised in the highest tones by trainer Florian Kohfeldt: Frank Baumann.