Crime Hütter counts Sow: "He has to improve"
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A year ago Djibril Sow switched tofor up to twelve million euros. The record transfer was also supposed to be the king's transfer, but remained below expectations with mixed performances. Trainer and sponsor Adi Hütter therefore increases the pressure.
Hütter Sow took him under his wing in the past. In summer 2017, the midfielder frommoved to the BSC Young Boys, where Hütter has been on the sidelines since 2015. Sow won a regular place in his first season and was slowed down by a thigh injury after many months. His development picked up speed, Sow became more and more important because he brought dynamics and speed into the middle field. Hütter wanted to establish this element in the rather rough midfield of Frankfurt Eintracht - but so far the project has not been successful.
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In addition to Sebastian Rode, Dominik Kohr conquered a regular place at the end of the season. The 23-year-old Swiss still has a lot of room for improvement. "He has to improve", says Hütter at. "He knows that too."
A major shortcoming is the lack of constancy. In autumn there was still the impression that Rode and Sow were the new dream duo of the SBU, so Sow's achievements were significantly flattened. In his second season, the pressure will increase and he will have to deliver. If this does not succeed, he is in danger of being demoted to the bank press.
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