Captain Andreas Wolf after months of negotiations on a new Treaty retired from the Bundesliga of 1. FC Nuremberg announced.
Munich (SID) - Captain Andreas Wolf after months of negotiations on a new Treaty retired from the Bundesliga of 1. FC Nuremberg announced. In a letter published Wednesday to supporters of the Club was announced by the 28-year-old Defender, but he had after 14 years of Club membership, "a certain appreciation" hopes "unfortunately not find" can.
He would have had the feeling that the coach and the Club would want to keep him, "would it failed in the financial", said Wolf.
At least for coach Dieter Hecking Wolf may cause irritation with his arguments: the captain was set at Hecking. For this, sports director Martin Bader had assured it was in negotiations with Wolf "only to the financial gone". Wolf had 2007 extended his contract after the Cup victory of the Club on very good terms, Bader had want to incorporate more performance-based criteria. The native Tajik Wolf accused the Club now whose representations the negotiating phase "often not entirely correct were".
Wolf played 175 initial and 38 second division games for the Club. An obligation of the inner back the Russian Club to be Zenit St. Petersburg, the Austrian Club RB Salzburg and VfL Wolfsburg interested in. Since a cruciate ligament rupture in the summer of 2008, Wolf was injured several times at the knee, he was last season with 30 missions (3 goals) but to the service providers of the Club. A few days ago, Bader in the German Swiss Timm Klose had committed a further centre-back alongside Philipp Wollscheid, Dominic Maroh and per Nilsson.