FC Schalke 04 will have to do without Michael Langer for a long time. The goalkeeper has apparently seriously injured his knee – this saves Ralf Fährmann an even greater demotion.
Royal Blue and his goalkeepers – a story that has not been very successful in recent years. For example, there was the farce around Alexander Nübel. Or Markus Schubert, who was considered the upcoming number one and was given away again this year for free. Despite promising attempts, Frederik Rönnow did not get a real chance, which is why Ralf Fährmann was last able to play between the royal blue posts.
But the S04 veteran has also had its day for the time being. According to matching information from Image, WAZ and Sky Ferryman will not be in goal at the weekend against Hansa Rostock – instead, newcomer Martin Fraisl will be given a chance against the newcomer.
‘Ralle’ must therefore take a seat on the bench. And apparently he is only allowed to do this because Michael Langer was seriously injured.
According to information from Sky After his demotion, Fährmann might only have been left with the role of number three that Fraisl previously held. A serious knee injury, possibly even to the cruciate ligament, will put Langer out of action for the time being, which is why Fährmann remains at least the Fraisl backup.
Calm returns to Schalke between the posts but probably not so quickly.