Bad omen? FC Schalke 04 with a curious hotel

Four-time Bundesliga champion, FC Schalke 04, are getting ready for the second half of the season and the task in the league. The team has booked a hotel in Turkey to prepare – but is it a good omen?

In Belem, Turkish, FC Schalke 04 is preparing for the second half of the season at the start of 2023 (January second to 11th) and the massive task in the Bundesliga.
Nevertheless, the hotel choice does not seem to be a good prophecy for royal blue.
The deficit of the bottom of the table FC Schalke 04 in the Bundesliga on the conserving bank is currently 5 points.
The devastating balance is ten defeats and 3 draws with simply 2 wins.
The devastating goal difference of 13:32 likewise provides the S04 fans little hope.
Everything else is not likely that the climber has to start the bitter walk into the 2nd class again after just one year in the upper house.

FC Schalke 04 in the Titanic hotel

During the winter break, every shot of those responsible needs to be an objective.
It is clear that Schalke will deal with the transfer market regardless of his exorbitant financial concerns.
It is also clear that at the start of the year, the S04tross said farewell to sunny-warm Turkey for an excellent week in order to file the ideal form for the transfer fight.

Curious: In the holiday resort of Belem, a standard place for football training camp, the Schalke rented themselves in the Titanic hotel, the name of which is similar to the guest ship, which was marvelously sunk in 1912.
A bad omen for the scarce who absolutely wish to avoid the death?

hotel name for FC Schalke 04 Not crucial

If it goes to Gerald Samoa, a club legend and head of the license location, this does not matter in the concept of those accountable.


The name of the hotel is not crucial to us. I can ensure that the system is truly excellent. We looked at it in 2015 and are persuaded that we can prepare completely for the relegation objective, Samoa told Picture.
The Schalke likewise play 2 test games on site, versus the Swiss champ FC Zurich (January 7) and second division 1. FC Nuremberg (January 10).
On January 21, the first competitive game in 2023 is on the program: away from Europa-League winner Eintracht Frankfurt.