Despite the injuries to Luca Kilian and Kristian Pedersen, 1. FC Köln are not planning any transfers.
1. FC Köln must first ; the duo each suffered muscular injuries in a test match. Despite the failures, Cologne is no longer planning any transfers.
With the injuries to Luca Kilian and Kristian Pedersen (both out for weeks with muscle injuries), 1. FC Köln are facing bottlenecks in defense immediately before the Bundesliga restart. Head coach Steffen Baumgart wants to absorb the failures with the existing staff.
Baumgart wants to absorb failures with existing staff
“Now let’s hope that no other central defender gets injured, otherwise our squad will absorb it,” Baumgart explained table football.
With Julian Chabot and Nikola Soldo, Cologne still have two alternatives for Kilian, on the left effzeh hopes that captain Jonas Hector will stay fit.
Baumgart worries about increasing muscle injuries
Baumgart is less worried about the fact that Kilian and Pedersen could not be replaced, but about the large number of muscular injuries that Cologne professionals have recently suffered.
“There are things that cannot be prevented,” said Baumgart. “But there are also things where you can have an influence. You don’t always know how and when. Nothing was indicated. We always hope that we can control it so well that nothing happens. And now it’s in a short time Happened three times. It’s annoying for us.”
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