The corona virus continues to create problems for VfB Stuttgart: Before the game against Borussia Mönchengladbach, the goalkeeper also got hit.
Stuttgart – The corona situation at VfB Stuttgart is coming to a head – especially in the goalkeeper position: regular goalkeeper Florian Müller also tested positive on Monday. The 23-year-old is in domestic isolation. All other test results from the management and the coaching and supervisory staff were negative. “After the first positive cases last week, we significantly increased the number of tests and intensified the hygiene regulations around training operations beyond the prescribed level,” explained sports director Sven Mislintat there will be no further cases in the coming days. “
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However, this hope was not fulfilled after the positive tests last week with Waldemar Anton, Erik Thommy, Fabian Bredlow and Roberto Massimo. Now Florian Müller has also been hit, which is why both goalkeepers are currently in quarantine. Number three in the squad is Florian Schock (20). The 1.99 meter man comes from his own youth and has played seven regional league games in the second team this season.
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Whether Schock will stand between the posts in the duel at Borussia Mönchengladbach this Saturday (6.30 p.m.) will be shown in the next few days – if it is clear how long the quarantine at Fabian Bredlow and Florian Müller will last. VfB Stuttgart does not comment on the vaccination status of its professionals, but both must be vaccinated. Bredlow, because he played the test match against FC Barcelona, in which allegedly only vaccinated players were used. And Müller, because he was in action with the German teams at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Before the trip to Japan it was said that almost the entire German Olympic team had been vaccinated.