Wolfsburg’s sprint ace back: “I’m happy to be one of the best again.”

Zurück im DFB-Team: Ridle Baku (l.) freut sich auf sein Debüt unter Neu-Bundestrainer Hansi Flick.

For the seven VFL Pros that took place on Sunday after the 1-0 win over RB Leipzig, things quickly moved on and they soon made their way to their national teams. This is an international break. Renato Stefan with Switzerland and Vot Vogorst with the Netherlands start on Wednesday. Riddle Back will be with DFB-Elf for the first time on Thursday. Especially here: All three are handling their tasks with a new coach.


Hansi Flick, the new national coach who will succeed Jogi Low (from 2006 to 2021), has nominated Baku for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers – the winger is delighted. “I’m happy to be one of the best again,” he said at a press conference in Wolfsburg, recalling the premiere of his senior national team in November. “I found a taste of my debut and came up again with good performances.” It starts on Thursday (8.45pm) against Liechtenstein at Buck & Co in St. Gallen.

Baku is planned for his right-back position in the DFB-LF — he recently played on the offensive right wing in the VFL. But the professional remains calm and plays where he is set. “Last season I often came to the right and collected some points. I define myself as a strong aggressive player and fight well on defense,” said Wolfsburg’s No. 20.

One day before the German national team (8.45 pm), VfLer Weghorst works with the Netherlands in Norway. But he is no longer with Frank de Boer, who took the VFL striker to the European Championships in the summer after a hesitation at the start. Louis van Gaal is now in charge. “I do not really know Louis van Gaal,” he said The heaviest in July SportBUZZER interviewed and reported: “He was once in a game at Alkmaar. At that time I was happy because I scored two goals.

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At the same time as Wegorst, Stephen is challenged by Switzerland in a Test match against Greece – and with a new coach. Murat Yakin has taken over as coach of Swedish record coach Vladimir Petkovic (now Girontins Bordeaux) with 78 international appearances that have led to the Confederations’ fortunes for seven years. After the knee injury of Kevin Mbabu and the resignation of Admir Mehmidi, Stephen is the only Swolf in the Wolfsburg squad this time around.

In addition to the trio, Coin Castiles, newcomer Dodi Lukbacchio (both Belgium), John Anthony Brooks (USA) and youngster Anselmo Garcia McNulty (Ireland U21) are also in the running.

These VfLers work with their national teams:

Vot Vogorst with the Netherlands
In Norway (World Cup qualifiers), Wednesday, 8.45pm
Vs Montenegro (World Cup Qualifier), Saturday, 8:45 p.m.
Against Turkey (World Cup qualifier), September 7, 8:45 pm

Renato Stephen with Switzerland
Against Greece (Test match), Wednesday, 8.45pm
Against Italy (World Cup qualifiers), Sun, 8.45pm
Northern Ireland (World Cup qualifiers), September 8, 8:45 pm

Riddle back with Germany
Against Liechtenstein (World Cup qualifier in St. Gallen), Thursday, 8.45pm
Against Armenia (World Cup qualifiers), Sun, 8.45pm
In Iceland (World Cup qualifiers), September 8, 6.45pm

Coin Castile and Dodi Lukebacchio with Belgium
In Estonia (World Cup qualifiers), Thursday, 8.45pm
Against the Czech Republic (World Cup qualifiers), Sun, 8.45pm
Against Belarus (World Cup qualifier in Kazan), September 8, 8:45 pm

John Anthony Brooks with America
In El Salvador (WM-Quali), Fr., 4.05 Uhr
Against Canada (World Cup qualifiers), Monday, 2am
In Honduras (World Cup qualifiers) September 9, 4.05am

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Anselmo Garcia McNulty Ireland’s U21
In Bosnia-Herzegovina (EM-Quali), Friday, 4.30pm
Luxembourg (EC-Quali), Sept. 7, 4 p.m.

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