Augsburger Panther: AEV wants to put its rest aside

Augsburger Panther: AEV wants to put its rest aside

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The personnel cut in Augsburg is manageable. But club boss Sigel wants to “break up the encrustations” and calls for a reorganization under new AEV trainer Mark Pedersen.

A central position in Panther Squad is still open. As the club looks to compete in the Düsseldorfer EG on 12 September with nine foreigners as announced, one striker is still missing, a defining figure that should make up the difference. got out of the club on sunday German Ice Hockey League Announced the signing of Chad Nehring. This is already the 14th Panther attacker. “We have an exhausting schedule with four extra games against Bietigheim. For this we need depth in management,” says lead partner Lothar Siegel.

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