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World Wiede and Drux expect the end of their careers in Berlin

11:41  09 march  2021
11:41  09 march  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The handball national players Fabian Wiede and Paul Drux can well imagine an end to their careers at Füchsen Berlin.

Paul Drux (l) und Fabian Wiede. © Britta Pedersen / dpa-Zentralbild / dpa Paul Drux (l) and Fabian Wiede.

“If I fulfill my contract, I will be 32 years old. I will then be at an age at which you can still play handball, but at which your career is also coming to an end, ”said the 27-year-old Wiede in a joint“ Sportbuzzer ”interview with Drux on Tuesday. "Sure, if nothing special happens, I do believe I'll end my career in Berlin."

Wiede and Drux recently extended their contracts with the Berlin Bundesliga club to 2026 and 2025. "I'll be 30 then, have spent a few years in the Bundesliga and the national team and then I will listen to what my body is saying," said the 26-year-old Drux. "Basically, I'm a fan of being loyal to a club for so long and I wouldn't mind ending my career with the Füchsen."

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