In today’s Friday game against VFC Plauen, Dynamo Dresden shows that the young footballers will not be able to fill in the gaps. You prove yourself.
Dresden – Many players of SG Dynamo Dresden will not have been to the Vogtland yet. Jonas Kühn (20) can offer himself as a tour guide when the entourage sets off for the test in Auerbach (7 p.m.) this Friday. He grew up in Zobes, 20 kilometers away, and grew up at VFC Plauen.
Kühn has already completed three third division games for Dynamo. Last year he was loaned to SG Sonnenhof Großaspach. Now he’s back and can recommend himself.
He is one of the loan returnees around Jong-min Seo (20, Innsbruck) and Phil Harres (20, Ulm). In addition, five A juniors are currently training. These are not just fillers, but are fully integrated.
And not just in training. That was also evident in the first test on Monday in Großschirma against Zuger SV (21-0), everyone played. Seo in particular excelled with five goals in the second 45 minutes.
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He in particular – and also Kühn – can be expected to make a breakthrough this season. “Everyone can offer themselves. I wouldn’t take out individual players,” says coach Markus Anfang (48).
“We have to gradually build the squad. Everyone has the opportunity to recommend themselves.”
They can all do that again this Friday in Auerbach. Kühn, Seo, Harres and also the A juniors. “We have good young guys with us who are young national players. They get their share of the game,” promises Anfang.
The game concludes the first block of Dynamo preparation. On Monday we will go to the training camp in Bad Häring (Austria).