Hope for Drewes – does the SVS still need a new goalkeeper quickly?

On Saturday, SV Sandhausen made a guest appearance at Hamburger SV and had to accept not only the defeat, but also an injury to keeper Patrick Drewes. With substitute goalkeeper Rick Wulle the backup is longer.

Ended the game at HSV despite injury: Patrick Drewes.

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It was not for nothing that Patrick Drewes was awarded the 6th matchday player and the kicker grade 1 – the SVS keeper shone at HSV (1: 2) last Saturday with one parade after the other. The injury that the 28-year-old suffered during the encounter appears all the more bitter.

After a defensive attempt, Drewes was treated shortly before the final whistle of the game, but ended the game. Now the club announced the diagnosis: muscle injury on the left thigh. But there is hope. A use next Saturday in the home game against 1. FC Heidenheim (LIVE! From 1.30 p.m. at kicker) is “questionable, but not impossible,” said Mikayil Kabaca, the sports director of SV Sandhausen.

Wulle dislocates his left shoulder

Meanwhile, Sandhausen has significantly less hope with his second goalkeeper. Substitute keeper Rick Wulle “dislocated his left shoulder in the unit on Tuesday morning”, communicated the next bad news to the SVS. He “is likely to fail in the longer term”.

Kabaca is “immensely sorry” because Wulle “fought his way back with a lot of ambition after his shoulder injury last season.” The fact that he “has now again seriously injured on the other shoulder of all places is tragic for him, our team”, the sporting director of the Baden-Württemberg team is quoted as saying.

Kabaca wants to sound out the market

Naturally, Kabaca wished his goalkeeper “all the best for his recovery”. But he also had to find out that he had to react to the fixed failure. The market should be explored – and the goalkeeper position “reinforced with another player as soon as possible”.

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