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Entertainment Farke hopes for a signal effect by PLEA extension

17:40  06 august  2022
17:40  06 august  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Borussia Mönchengladbach coach Daniel Farke hopes with the contract extension of Alassane Plea for signaling effects for other players. «This is a great sign. It would be good if one or the other player could follow promptly, »Farke told the TV broadcaster Sky on the sidelines of the Bundesliga game against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim on Saturday. In particular, the contracts of top performers such as goalkeeper Yann Sommer, international Jonas Hofmann, Ramy Bensebaini or Marcus Thuram run in 2023.

Gladbachs Trainer Daniel Farke vor der Partie. © Marius Becker/dpa Gladbach coach Daniel Farke before the game.

"We are not financially betting on roses because Corona has struck a bit and there are no longer any revenue from international competition," added Farke. That is why the situation is "already challenging to move quality players to contract extensions".

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