“There is no final feedback from the DFL, we must assume that the game takes place, as well as we prepare ourselves. We just had training and will now make us on the way to Paderborn,” said sport director Christian Weber on the Press conference on Friday.
And on, “We have submitted an application for game deduction at the DFL, today no further case has been added in our PCR testing. At the moment it is about clarifying a detail question within the DFL, which players apply as playful and which are not.”
Currently are with Lex-Tyger Lobinger, Leonardo Kootris, Nicolas Gavory, Robert Bolzanik, Marcel Sobottka, Dennis Gorka, Matthias Zimmermann, Andre Hoffmann, Christoph Klarer, Thomas Pledl, Kristoffer Peterson, Rouwen Henning, Daniel Ginczek and Jordy de Wijs 14 license players.
“It depends on a player”
“It’s a more complex detailed question that is not exactly defined. At the moment there are 16 players who are considered playful. It is currently from exactly one player,” Keller said. According to DFL playing order, at least these 16 permit license players and / or the license team to be allowed amateurs / contract players are available.
Until the last decision comes from DFL, the Fortuna must assume that the game takes place on Saturday in Paderborn. A freithring of the infected player is not possible. “All are in isolation, the hands are bound and we had no way to free the players,” Keller said.
Hoepner takes over for thiune
The team in Paderborn is supervised by co-trainer Jan Hoepner, as Chef coach Daniel Thiune was also positive. “Daniel Thiune and I are permanently in exchange. We will decide today on the bus trip or tomorrow morning, as we approach the exchange on the match day,” says Hoepner. “We give the guys a good plan against Paderborn to the hand. You can assume that they will be their heart in the square.”