It will be an exciting Sunday at FC St. Pauli. After the match against Düsseldorf, the departing players say goodbye. It will be a mass farewell.
The departure of the Finn Ole Becker (21 / in Hoffenheim) had been clear for some time. It is now also clear that the contracts of James Lawrence (29), Philipp Ziereis (29), Christopher Buchtmann (30), Sebastian Ohlsson (28) and Rico Benatelli (30) will not be extended.
No decision has yet been made for Maximilian Dittgen (27), Simon Makienok (31), Adam Dzwigala (26) and Jannes Wieckhoff (21). But goalkeeper coach Mathias Hain (49) has to leave after eleven years, he is hoping for a new momentum with a new man.
Not adopted because he still has a worksheet until 2023, leaders Guido Burgstaller (33/18 goals this season). Anyway, a goodbye is coming. For love
According to BILD information, the family (wife Stefanie and daughter Mila / 3) have been returning to Austria for welfare reasons since last year.
It is clear that Burgstaller (“I am a great family man”) wants to be as close as possible to his loved ones. A change in southern Germany (Nuremberg?) Or directly in Austria would be an option. The word end of career is also said to have fallen into Burgstaller’s circle.
Open up how St. Pauli is addressing the issue. Saying goodbye to Burgstaller would be a bitter defeat, especially as two other top players could go to Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (26) and Leart Paqarada (27 / both until 2023).