HSV striker DeRode believed in the rise of Hamburg
Hamburg Even after the 2-1 defeat against Dormstad 98, striker Simon Derot is confident of elevating the Hamburger SV to the Bundesliga.
“I think I’m angry today, tomorrow and Sunday,” Sky, 33, said. “But I’m 100 percent sure we’ll have something to celebrate in the end.” He hopes at least a few hundred visitors will return by the end of the season.
“We may have another chance in May,” Derode told 1,000 fans at the stadium, who were shaken by the situation in the Corona crisis. “It’s all annoying, a complete epidemic. My daughter has not been to kindergarten for four months.” But he was aware of the situation, Deroth said and added more on the game aspect. “We still have enough time. We want to play all six games successfully.”
The North Germans (50 points) may be overtaken by followers after the bankruptcy against the Twelfth Schedule. SPVG Greater Ford (50) has played one game less and Holstein Keel (46) two games less. Currently, Hamburg is in second place behind leaders VFL coach.
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