Sport Schlotterbeck: "... then it would be a problem in the family"
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Nico Schlotterbeck spoke on Tuesday via a "twisting" victory of the German U 21 in the EM quarterfinal against Denmark, own defense errors and his future of VfB Stuttgart is strong interested in the Freiburg. A sticking point: How should the interaction look at the SC with Brother Keven?
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after a "short night" in which he has with some other guys "a little celebrated, gross, and regenerated in the pool", Nico Schlotterbeck brought in on Tuesday afternoon A digital media round expressed his joy about the victory in the EM quarter-final crimin against Denmark (6: 5 i. E.): "Such a game welcomes us even more and makes us proud."
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of the central defender transformed the fourth German penalty after the extension did not look good in the emergence of Danish compensation and another chance of the opponent. "We were fix and all, but I do not want to push the two scenes in a missing power, just because I just defended twice. That may not happen to me in such a phase, so I apologized to the boys too" , the guide player presented itself self-critical.
by his nervous strength from the point, to whom he originally did not want to compete, but he made a significant contribution to progress and was also in the regular season, especially in the strong first half, a reliable pillar and important factor in the game structure.
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Now it comes on Thursday to the reissue of the group with the Netherlands in March, which ended 1: 1. "If you are in the semifinal, you also want to get the pot," says Schlotterbeck, but also warns of the opponent: "Holland has a very good team, we have to be careful and may not lose access to the game." His recipe: "We have to play over the full season as in the first half against Denmark. When we get it, I go from a victory."
VFB has already talked to Schlotterbeck
if the tournament ends on late Thursday evening or only on Sunday after the final for the DFB juniors, Schlotterbeck will then take a few thoughts on vacation for his future. According to his liabilities, after his lending to Union Berlin, from the 1st of July, the SC Freiburg employed the VFB Stuttgart, however, has strong interest in left-footed. The club from Swabia, the home of the Schlotterbeck, led to Kicker information already intensive talks with the player side, especially in the event that Marc Oliver Kempf leaves the VFB.
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"It's hard if your brother plays on the same position"
"I'll just go that I return to Freiburg. But as we manage the whole then, I do not know because my brother plays", " said Schlotterbeck on Tuesday. Why could there be a problem with his two and a half years older brother Keven, who completed 24 stakes for the team of Christian Streich in the past season? "It's hard if your brother plays on the same position because you just have the competition in the family. It's not just worse or better, but there's your heart a role," Nico Schlotterbeck explained his view of things .
A good solution in the same association would still be there. "My brother has played a lot of centrally centrally in the triple chain this season, then we are not standing in the way. If that is handled so that Keven is only centrally located, it is not a problem." But: "If to both of us is told, we play both left-edge protruders, then it would be a problem internally in the family. I would like to go out of the way."
If Keven continues to be used primarily as a Mittelmann of a triple chain, "then", says Nico Schlotterbeck, "I can fully imagine that we can play together in Freiburg together." You have to look simply.
First, Nicos Fokus is on the prestigious K.-O.-duel with the Netherlands. Maybe again with Keven on the tribune. On Monday evening, he sat in the Hungarian Szekesfehervar as a fan in the stadium and fired his younger brother.
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