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“Too Limited for the Bundesliga”: S04 Newcomer in the Spotlight


In winter, FC Schalke 04 loaned Swiss attacker Michael Frey from Royal Antwerp to give the harmless offensive more power. The fact that the miners have improved since then is due to other players, the newcomer is still goalless. In his home country, the 28-year-old has now been verbally abused.

Last Friday, Michael Frey sat on the bench for the first 90 minutes after arriving at FC Schalke. In the 5-2 home win of the Royal Blues against Hertha BSC, the loanee had to watch idly as his direct competitor Simon Terodde used the chance of probation in the front line and got stuck in the top eleven.

In the remaining six matches, Frey, who came to Gelsenkirchen from Belgium with a purchase option, should at most wave joker bets. Coach Thomas Reis had previously called him up a total of nine times from the start, but he did not get more than three assists.

FC Schalke 04: criticism of Michael Frey is increasing

S04 legend Klaus Fischer recently passed a devastating verdict on Frey. “What can I say? I usually scored between 20 and 30 goals in my time and Michael Frey hasn’t scored at all. He’s just not one who can score goals,” the 73-year-old told the “Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung”. firmly.

The Swiss journalist Andreas Böni made a similarly negative statement in the program “Blick Kick”. “It’s too limited in terms of quality and technology for the Bundesliga,” he said. A breakthrough can only be expected in the event of relegation. “Then Frey can score them 15 goals for promotion,” smiled Böni.

Former professional Georges Bregy admitted, however, that Frey also suffers from the “not optimally staffed” Schalke squad.

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