Annual greetings from the VfB marmot – Stuttgart Journal

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It’s May again and the fans of Stuttgart’s most popular sports club have to tremble again

Two more game days, 17th place (relegation place) but only one point behind the relegation rank, which is a “half” rescue.

By Alexander Kappen

Stuttgart/Esslingen. The Stuttgart Journal reporter has been a passionate VfB fan for 30 years. The Bundesliga soccer club is the Swabian pride when it comes to sport. A modern stadium, loyal fans but the same thing every year: It’s May and it’s about staying up. Last year they saved themselves in the last second with a 2:1 against Cologne on the 15th place. This year it could be just as close or even close. You’re 17th and there are still two games to go. Against Mainz and at home against Hoffenheim, who can also be relegated. Trembling is announced.

Bochum and Schalke are the main competitors and probably also Hoffenheim, who could possibly be sent to the second division with a win. The reporter hangs his VfB scarf in the window for every match day at the weekend. He expects relegation this year. Two play-offs against the third in the 2nd league. This is probably Hamburger SV, which has been stuck in the second division for around five years. A similarly large traditional club like VfB Stuttgart.

The Bundesliga has changed. It’s about more and more money. More and more clubs (also from the 2nd league) are pushing for the feeding pots. VfB has not always bought and sold well in terms of players in recent years. In addition, four coaches have been used this season – a record. With Sebastian Hoeness, you now have the nephew of FC Bayern maker Uli Hoeness as a coach from the sidelines. Finally a very good trainer as the reporter thinks. Bavarian development aid for the Swabian first division club, which is fighting for survival – like every year…

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