This is the third free transfer for Clover Leaves, after Raum and Ernst –
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From summer becomes an iron: Fürths Paul Jaeckel (right) moves to Union Berlin.
Photo: Sportphoto Zinc / Melanie Zinc, Sportphoto Zinc / Melanie Zinc
To experience the atmosphere once in Alte Försterei, it is the dream of many football fans and professionals. Paul Jeckel grew up nearby, Eisenhüttenstadt is only an hour’s drive from Berlin-Köpenick. Currently the defender is still under contract with Spielverinig Greerth Firth, but he will soon appear for Union Berlin. As confirmed by Forth’s sports director, Rachid Azzouzi, Jaeckel will turn into an iron team in the summer. The first “build” reported about it.
The Capitals are on their way to a third Bundesliga season, with Union Berlin currently sitting seventh in the table. There are no allegation concerns. Jaeckel goes to the House of Lords – whether it’s climbing for clover leaves.
“We have been informed for a while that this will happen,” said Azzozi, who has been in contact with the players and their mentors for months. A total of nine contracts end at the end of the season. Jekel is the third free transfer, after David Raum, who joins TSG Hoffenheim and Sebastian Ernst, who has arrived in Hannover 96.
“Bitter that we couldn’t catch the boy”
“Of course, it’s bitter that we unfortunately couldn’t catch the guy,” says Azzozi, who remains realistic about everything. “It becomes difficult for us when a player is well developed.” Of course, the goal of the people of Forth is to improve their own footballers – but if they become very good, Cloverleaf can hardly hire professionals. “Union Berlin is a super attractive club,” says Azzouzi, possessed by the Plus family. But ultimately, it is football professionals who look at the money and how attractive the club is. “The Gaming Association simply lacks financial arguments.
In Forth? These contracts expire on Shamrock in the summer
SpVgg Greuther Fürth has so far been able to put together his second division team as well. But with a total of nine professionals having employment contracts expiring, they can leave the club for free in the summer. These include the team’s central pillars such as Marjim Mavraj, Sebastian Ernst, Paul Seguin Julian Green, Howard Nielsen and Captain Branimir Hargotta. An overview.
“What we’re building here is super attractive for young players,” Azzouzi said. “Of course, the club should have a vision at some point to keep these players for a long time. Now we’re on the right track to where we were in 2011/12. We didn’t take the next step back. It’s hard. Implemented for years. Stay. ”After the first promotion in the Bundesliga, the charge quickly followed, with the latter also in danger of moving to the Third Division.
“Sometimes it’s good to have clarity in your head”
The fact that the people of Firth are currently far away from this and even fighting for a starting place in the upper house is a positive development in recent years under Stephen Little. This – at least in this period – should continue in the same way. Despite the departure, Shamrock “will end a good season”, Azzozi said. Players who leave the club will give everything. “It has already been shown by David Raum and Sebastian Ernst.” Paul Jeckel will also be fully committed. “Sometimes it’s good to have clarity in your head about how things will go in the new season,” Azzozi said.
For the 22-year-old, his path is now clear. In 2018 he came to Clayblatt from VfL Wolfsburg and trained by Energy Cottbus. He has played 63 matches for Firth so far and scored two goals. In the sports association, Jaeckel also matured to become a U21 national player. How things go for him can be seen in the summer at Alte Forsteri.
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