VFB Stuttgarts Sosa plague adductor problems

Just the model foremeter of Swabia threatens for the game on Saturday in Bielefeld (15.30, live! At Kalajdzic). According to Pellegrino Matarazzo, Sosa was “returned with light adductor problems. Let’s see if he can train. Behind his bet is still a question mark”. It would be the only known failure of a boot player for the coach, which can also plan it with Hiroki Ito. The young Japanese has finally overcome his Corona infection and is “after his isolation again full of team training. He makes a good impression and seems to be fit for the game”.

Under the consequences of the viral disease, however, Mittelfeldmann Philipp Förster continues to suffer, which is not even the debate for the trip to the Alm. “He is still sick,” says Matarazzo, who hopes for speedy recovery. “Maybe Philipp is rising tomorrow in part training. But he feels something else. That’s why it will take a bit until he is fully operational again.”

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Didavi plague achilles tendon problems

Not so really on the legs already comes to Daniel Didavi for some time. After the offensive man had to pause because of Kniebeschwerden, the VfB II in the Regionalliga playing season and was used a week in the test match against the second division SV Sandhausen, he has taken him back the injury ramp. “He complains about Achilles tendon problems since the Sandhausen game and has not been able to train this week,” says Stuttgart’s head coach talks about a “well-known problem”. “If everything goes well, he can get back to the team training next week. We wait until it gets better. But that takes a few days.”

Can Kalajdzic and Marmoush strip the frustration?

Planning Matarazzo, on the other hand, with Sasa Kalajdzic and Omar Marmoush. With the Austrian he already had personal contact, with the Egyptian at least digital. Both have to nibble on their exit from the qualification for the World Championship in December in December. A condition that should lie until Saturday. Both Kalajdzic and Marmoush are “naturally disappointed”. But the coach is convinced that they will strip the frustration, “and until Saturday can put the focus fully on Bielefeld”.