This is how HSV coach Walter avoided the traffic chaos at the start of the week

The nationwide verdi strike also messed up the plans of HSV coach Tim Walter. The 47-year-old originally intended to travel to Hamburg again on Monday, by plane. Nothing came of it.

The strike and the canceled flight shortened Walter’s trip home, and the HSV coach in Bavaria got on the train at 3 p.m. on Sunday afternoon – and was punctually at the training ground in the Volksparkstadion just under 24 hours later. Accompanied by alternating hail showers and sunshine, the first session of the week rose – with some returning.


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Captain Sebastian Schonlau, who stepped back last week after his ankle problems and also sat out the Braunschweig test (1:2), returned to the pitch. The 28-year-old warmed up with his colleagues and then trained individually on the side court with Filip Bilbija, who returned after a muscle injury. The captain will be absent from the game in Düsseldorf anyway due to a yellow card suspension.

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Jean-Luc Dompé and Miro Muheim, who was in Switzerland last week for private reasons, were also back on the pitch. Only Omar Megeed and Jesse Kilo remained from the youngsters, with the rest of the talent returning to their youth teams. After the international break, however, the U19 internationals Nicolas Kisilowski and Tom Sanne will return to the professional squad. By then, the strike should have subsided – and the trip should have gone smoothly.

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