FC Schalke 04 | Terodde talks about Gazprom separation and S04

Next Saturday, FC Schalke 04 in the home game against Hansa Rostock (from 13:30 clock) wants to drive the next victory to stay in the 2nd Bundesliga in the ascent race on cloth sensation. Before the game, the separation of the long-standing main sponsor Gazprom was again one of the dominant topics.

Schalke’s striker star Simon Terodde led his team to the field for the first time without the striking Gazprom logo on the S04 jersey on the S04 jersey. In Karlsruhe stood at 1: 1 only “Schalke 04” on the chest of Jersey.

“One is very proud of the club because he has positioned himself very early and clearly. If you can then lead the team to the field against Karlsruhe, then that’s proud of the field,” says Terodde on Thursday on the Game Tags Press Conference the royal blue.

The Gelsenkirchener had terminated the cooperation with the Russian Energy Giant after the outbreak of the Russian attack war in Ukraine prematurely.

Terodde also have “many news from friends and family, which have seen it as a strong statement.”

In the course of the reporting from Ukraine since last week, Terodde trap and his teammates hard to focus on the daily business football. Despite all this, the 13th win of the season is to be retracted against Hansa Rostock to maintain the opportunities for the Bundesliga return.

Terodde talks about his future at FC Schalke 04

Terodde also expressed his vacant contract situation on Schalke over the summer on Thursday. On demand, the 34-year-old confirmed that it “still options” give to stay at S04 in the coming season. “I hope and am sure that I will continue to continue here,” Terodde revealed.

“If the coach continues to sit down, it looks quite well,” he added smiley.

In the home game against Rostock, the FC Schalke 04 is allowed to play again for the first time before 25,000 spectators. “Every fan who comes to the stadium gives us extra power to win against Hansa Rostock. We are extremely at the game,” says Terodde before the 25th matchday.