Anton Fink is the most prominent new addition to SSV Ulm 1846 football for many years. Now a well-known goalkeeper should also comeFrom
Older football fans still remember the very big calibers that the
SSV Ulm 1846 when he still had his three bankruptcies before him and not yet SSV Ulm 1846
Soccer was called. When Manfred Kastl came in 1992, he was German champion with the
VfB Stuttgart become. Five years later, Fritz Walter signed in Friedrichsau. He also belonged to the Stuttgart championship team from 1992 and had played with VfB in 1989 in the Uefa Cup finals against SSC Napoli. Admittedly, Anton Fink isn’t such a big number.
But just the biggest, the one
Ulm after the third bankruptcy and a fresh start six years ago. Something fueled the euphoria, you can read on the Internet of the sparrows’ big attack on the third division. The fact that they want to go there in the medium term is well known and has often been said. Board member Anton Gugelfuß still brakes: “Anton Fink’s commitment is part of our development, but it is not a major attack.”
New signing Anton Fink praises SSV Ulm 1846 football
The key dates of the career of the father of two, who is celebrating his 33rd birthday this month, still fuel expectations. With a total of 136 goals, Fink is a top scorer in the third division, in the seasons 2008/2009 and 2012/13 he was top scorer in this division with SpVgg Unterhaching and Chemnitz. In the past season, the native of Upper Bavaria was no longer the first choice for Karlsruher SC. When the relegation class on the last day of the match was packed with a 2-1 win at SpVgg Greuther Fürth, Fink was just sitting on the bench. In a conversation with Badische Neue Nachrichten, he admitted that he had generally imagined the farewell to be different: “The way it went, it was sad and disappointing.” At the same time, Fink praised his future employer Ulm: “Managers and president of the SSV have each other for me, as I have never experienced before with any other club. “
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Niclas Heimann will probably have had a similar experience. The 29-year-old goalkeeper of SV Rödinghausen was on Thursday for contract talks in Ulm – there are reports that there is broad agreement. Rödinghausen, as champions of the Regionalliga West, had decided not to take part in the promotion relegation. With Ulm Heimann obviously sees better chances for the third division.