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Trapp does not see the final mission in danger

Eintracht goalkeeper Kevin Trapp sees his use in the Europa League final against Glasgow Rangers in no danger. The 31-year-old said this on Thursday at the Hessian Media Day in Frankfurt. Trapp felt pain in his hand in the 1-1 draw against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Sunday. “For many it was unfamiliar, for me it was nothing new. It’s something that’s been with me since the Barcelona game. It’s not something that hinders me. It’s not a problem. It’s not like anything is in danger ‘ said Trapp. The keeper would also like to be in goal in the Bundesliga game at FSV Mainz 05 on Saturday (3:30 p.m.). When asked if he wanted to let substitute goalkeeper Jens Grahl use the game on matchday 34, Trapp replied: “I’m a very nice colleague, but I’m also very ambitious. I can’t imagine that so far. That’s not planned.”

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Trapp: “I’d like to play tomorrow”


Kevin Trapp

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