HSV: Jansen expresses his confidence in Wüstefeld and Boldt

The weather is grey, cool and dreary. For the moment, summer has said goodbye to Hamburg. At HSV, too, it’s anything but sunshine these days, but more of a summer blues. Those responsible want to sell it as quickly as possible – apparently together.

These weren’t easy days. There is the sporty tomcat that has spread throughout the club. It has been clear for a week: HSV remains second-class. A painful certainty, which is further clouded by the fact that there is squabble in the management bodies. There is still no clear, common line to finally tackle the goal proclaimed by CEO Thomas Wüstefeld (53) one day after the relegation bankruptcy – promotion – in the coming season.

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The gaze should be directed forward again as quickly as possible. That should be necessary, because the squad planning is also currently stagnating. No wonder given the unclear situation in the sporting leadership. According to MOPO information, Hamburg has not yet contacted Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer from Dynamo Dresden, nor with the club. The fact that the 20-year-old, who scored five goals and four assists for the relegated team in the previous season, is of interest to HSV is documented. His contract in Florence on the Elbe runs for another year – but contains an opt-out clause. There is an acute need for action on the wings – especially after the injury to Bakery Jatta (23), who will miss the start of the season.

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Talks are still pending with Jan Gyamerah (26), Mikkel Kaufmann (21) and Giorgi Chakvetadze (22), whose contracts are expiring and none of whom have yet been approved.

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Supervisory board boss Marcell Jansen (37) had emphasized that the board members had to manage their own areas. So the ball is in Wüstefeld and Jonas Boldt (40). They are encouraged to set the direction together for the coming year. Jansen doesn’t want to know anything about discrepancies: “Both board members gave us a completely different picture than the one portrayed in the media and assured them that it’s only about HSV and that personal sensitivities play no role.”

HSV: Jansen expresses confidence in Boldt and Wüstefeld

The chosen sporting path, which was shown not least by the impressive finish in the league with five wins in a row and the 1-0 in Berlin, it is bearing fruit. After the 2-0 defeat against Hertha, the fans had already spoken out loud in favor of continuing to work with coach Tim Walter (46 / contract until 2023). After the long season, he is currently on his well-deserved vacation. “Under the leadership of Jonas Boldt, the team, the coaching team and the sports director have done a really good job,” said Jansen. forgiving words.

By the Pentecost weekend, the weather in Hamburg should also improve again, the rain giving way to the sun. Will the blues in the Volkspark also come to an end? At least for Jansen it is clear: “We (supervisory board, ed.) have expressed our absolute confidence in both board members.” At Boldt, whose contract expires in 2023, the supervisory board has also deposited that an extension is conceivable.

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