Platzstorm party despite the defeat.
Promoted to second division Eintracht Braunschweig lost their last game of the season 0-1 to Viktoria Köln, which had allowed the Braunschweigers to return to the lower house of football with a 2-0 victory over 1. FC Kaiserslautern the previous weekend. Failure no longer itches, Braunschweig’s future plans are more important.
Eight new ones by mid-June?
The Eintracht squad for the new season must and will change, and preparation should begin in the third week of June.
Iba May (23), Julian Bauer (22), Fabrice Hartmann (21), Martin Kobylanski (28), Lasse Schlueter (30), Sebastian Müller (21) and Jomaine Consbruch (20) greeted each other before the match against Viktoria Köln.
The search for a successor is ongoing, even for the goal.
The name already appears: Johannes Brinkies (28) of FSV Zwickau. His contract expires on June 30 and the FSV wants to keep him. In addition to Braunschweig, MSV Duisburg should also be very interested in a commitment.
Appropriate parallel: Brinkies turned pro in the summer of 2011 at Hansa Rostock. The coach then and again from July to December 2014 was Peter Vollmann (64), the current sporting director of Braunschweig Eintracht.