All the praise is useless for the world champion |
Farke has a Kramer problem!
It can go that fast!
Christoph Kramer (31) was the big winner in preparation and got the most minutes of the game.
Coach Daniel Farke (45) praised him as a leading player and cabin boss: “Chris has a lot of experience. A great personality – also in the changing room. An important player for Borussia and an important contact person. I’m glad I have him.”
But will the 2014 world champion become a loser after all?
Just in time for the start of the season on Saturday (3.30 p.m. / Sky) against Hoffenheim, he is threatened with the substitute bench again! And that would give Farke a real Kramer problem…
After a lot of praise, he suddenly had to explain to him why he didn’t need him so badly in terms of sport.
That’s why it’s suddenly getting tight for Kramer
The shooting star of the previous season, Manu Koné (21), is finally fit after a protracted knee injury (“impact trauma”) and will definitely return to the starting XI alongside seeded Florian Neuhaus (25).
And since Jordan Beyer (21) and Marvin Friedrich (26) are also about to return in central defense, Ko Itakura (25/came for 5 million) is also pushing for the sixth position – then it will be EVEN worse for Kramer!
But he still seems completely relaxed, says about his motto for the upcoming season: “I always try to set a good example and step on the gas. I talk a lot, support my teammates and am a funny guy in the dressing room. That is my role.”
Hopefully it stays that way when he’s only allowed to cheer from the bench again…