American football: Dresden Monarchs commit two national players

American football: Dresden Monarchs commit two national players

The Dresden Monarchs have struck again. Football players Carl Berg and Kenny are fishing for two international matches in Floret.

Dresden – Dresden Monarchs Hit again and fielded two national players for the coming season. Sweden’s Karl Berg (21) and Frenchman Kenny Floret (24) both joined Los Blancos.

The team of coach Ulrich “Ulz” Dauber (51) is taking shape. ¬© Lutz Hentschel

Defensive back Berg has played at City College in San Francisco for the past two years. Florent, also a defensive back, recently won the championship in Finland with the Kuopio Steelers, but gained experience in Canada as well.

Both – like all other international reinforcements around quarterback Austin Carta-Samuels (30) – will come to Florence on the Elbe before Easter to prepare intensively for the coming season.

“When our international players arrive in Dresden, we will take a step forward. Then it is about building our team,” explains coach Ulrich “Ulz” Dauber (51).

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“We have about four weeks to prepare all the position groups for this season, to internalize the playbook, and to start the season off in the best possible way.”

Team building is scheduled to begin on April 19, and the last of the two mini-camps is scheduled for May 14-15. The only test game against the Fursty Razorbacks from F√ľrstenfeldbruck is already a week earlier, on May 7.

The game against the GFL2 team must take place in their own training center. “We’re really looking forward to it. With our fans in our stadium, we’ll bond,” Dauber is certain.

The season begins on 21 May with an away game at the Potsdam Royals. So little time for intense preparation for the title defense mission.

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