Zell am Ziller – a name that hovered over the training ground at Zell am Ziller – and the person it belonged to was not present. It was, but that was a long time ago. Because Thomas Delaney made an excellent midfield impression at Werder Bremen and had previously come from Copenhagen, new player Jens Steig suffers from the fact that he has been repeatedly asked about his fellow Dane. Because he also comes from the biggest club in the capital of the neighboring country and prefers a solid explanation of his job. In a briefing on Friday, Stig gave a good face to the largely bad game, but it was clear he’d rather be seen independently of the omnipresent Delaney.
“He is a great player and role model for all the midfielders in Denmark. So everyone and I are looking closely at what we can learn from him.” JensStage. “He has a special career, he has been great here in particular. But please don’t compare us too much, I’d rather show what I can do right from the start.” However, the 25-year-old suspected the comparisons would stay with him for a while. of time, he admitted, “I’m afraid that happens often.” newcomer From SV Werder Bremen He smiles and sighs a little.
The adjective “intensive” was used with a frequency similar to the word “Delaney”. The difference: This time it came entirely from the signature mouth. Because that’s exactly what you want JensStage Present. “Werder is a great club with a great history, great fans and high ambitions. That’s exactly what I love. I want to play intense football in front of a lot of spectators and with great emotion.” Or also: “I’ve always watched German football on TV. I played intensely there and always tried to play in that style. That’s why I think I fit in well in this league.” And maybe that’s also why Werder Bremen – After all, he can BundesligaHeadquarters returnees definitely need someone in the middle, even if it hurts sometimes. “I want to be as involved in the game as possible,” Jens Stage confirmed. “I love being alive and being part of the movement, dealing and playing intensely for 90 minutes.”
Father Werder Bremen advised newcomer Jens Stage to change: ‘I haven’t found a better place for me’
Because of these qualities, another top-tier team wanted to take him to Germany last winter: FC Augsburg. “But it wasn’t the time, I had a championship to win,” he said. JensStage. “And that’s why I didn’t waste a lot of energy dealing with this topic.” Time in Copenhagen ended happily, bye, the 25-year-old, with his title win. He still loves to dispense with the Champions League. “Of course he would have been nice. But by himself Werder Bremen I didn’t have to think at all.”
According to information received from Bremen, four million euros can be spent DeichStube The Transfer Cost, subsequent bonus payments are possible. But those were things that didn’t matter to Jens Stage. Instead, according to his own statements, he spoke very little with his father – and briefly summarized why the son would remain in northern Germany in the future. “He told me there couldn’t be a better place for me,” Steig revealed. “It’s close to Denmark and Werder is a big club in one of the best leagues.”
Jens Stage newcomer at Werder Bremen introduces himself: “I want to show what I can do right from the start”
Now he is trying to find out. Speaks a few words of German JensStage Thanks to his past school days, but if the people around him talk too fast or get in the mood, he still has problems. But this should change soon. On the contrary, a man who was born in Höjbjerg near Aarhus has to pronounce a Danish word over and over – his last name. “Everyone on the team has been asking me about this for the past few days,” he said with a laugh, offering reporters on site a little extra help. Accordingly, Stage is basically pronounced like the English word “Stay”.
On Friday afternoon, the Dane broke up his first intrusion into training and sent some unmistakable welcome salutes that way. If all goes well, then soon the full Bundesligawhich – which Werder Bremen Since then he has a new fighter in the midfield. With a bit of luck, things went well JensStage He also returned to the Danish selection, in which he has appeared only once so far. Especially since the World Cup in Qatar is a special incentive. “I don’t know if it is too early to talk about it. But of course it is a big dream to be part of the national team. He assured that it would be a lie if I said otherwise, but he emphasized at the same time.” The competition in midfield is very big. there Thomas Delaney And a few great players. Let’s wait and see. I now have a chance to prove myself in Bremen and the Bundesliga.” So it didn’t matter that Jens Stig himself mentioned the name of former Werder player Delaney this time. (MBO)