Schalke: That’s the question all Schalke fans ask themselves – when does Terodde take pictures? | Sports

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All Schalke fans ask themselves that |

When does Terodde take pictures?

This point is encouraging!

Schalke has arrived in the Bundesliga against Gladbach (2-2). In order to master the mission of staying up, the climber must continue to improve. BILD answers the questions that all fans are now asking themselves…

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When does Terodde take pictures?

Promotion hero Simon Terodde (30 goals) was clear on Saturday that he still lacks fitness after the muscle injury in the pre-season. In the run-intensive Kramer system, he should share the striker position with Sebastian Polter (31) anyway. In view of the fewer playing times, it could still be a long time before the 1st Terodde goal.

Does Král have to leave for Latza on Saturday?

Czech star Alex Král (24) was involved in both goals conceded. But the “six” still has credit. Also because captain Danny Latza (32) is only seen as an alternative to a limited extent internally.

Is Zalazar playing wrong?

A little bit! Uru racer Rodrigo Zalazar (23/scored 1-0 against Gladbach) often acts too wildly and is then flat after an hour. Good for S04: He has room for improvement when it comes to efficiency and cleverness (strength management).

Coach Frank Kramer (50): “He has to get used to the Bundesliga. We need players who can give 100 percent for 90 minutes.”

Is Schalke still strengthening?

Quite possible! If sports director Rouven Schröder (46) gets rid of the sales candidates (Harit, Thiaw, Lode, Idrizi), last-minute purchases are possible – for the attack department and the flanks.

Sports director Peter Knäbel (55) at BILD TV: “The next two weeks will be very exciting and interesting – with maximum pressure for us. We all know that we still have to do something about the squad, especially when it comes to taxes.”