They are one of the veterans among the "Mammoths" and want to attack again after each injury they have overcome: Friedrich Weinfurtner (31) and Matthias Müller (29).
Schongau - You are one of the veterans among the "Mammoths" and want to attack again - after each injury has been overcome: Friedrich Weinfurtner (31) and Matthias Müller (29).
Both will wear the EA Schongau jersey in the Bayernliga again in the coming season.
Weinfurtner did not play a point game in the past season, which was canceled after a few games due to Corona. It was due to an injury that the all-rounder sustained in preparation. Including the past season, Weinfurtner is now in his 13th season in the EA Schongau squad. He is the longest-serving player in the yellow and black jersey, "went through all the ups and downs with the team and always took on responsibility - sometimes as captain or his deputy," said EAS spokesman Gerhard Siegl. To date, Weinfurtner has played almost 350 games in the Bayern and Landesliga. For the EAS he has collected 149 points (71 goals / 78 assists) since the 2009/2010 season.
After his offspring with the Schongauers, the Munich-born moved to the then Bayern league team of EV Pfronten for one season in 2008 and then returned to EAS in 2009.
In the third test match of the 2020/2021 season, he suffered an injury that did not allow for a scoring round.
Since Weinfurtner can also play in defense, makes him "all the more important for the coach, his planning and the team", according to the EAS.
Full of energy: Matthias Müller wants to build on his good 2018/19 season at EAS.
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Born in Peißenberg, Matthias Müller played for the youngsters and then for the seniors, first with the "ice hackers" before moving to Schongau in 2018. He played successfully alongside Milan Kopecky and Jakub Muzik - in 24 games he scored 41 points (20 goals / 21 assists). The 2019 season was "less than what the striker wanted," said Siegl. A brief return to TSV Peißenberg followed. In the 2020/2021 season, the 1.94 meter tall player was again in the squad of EA Schongau. After three games in which he collected three points (2 goals / 1 assist), Müller suffered a serious injury in training that forced him to watch. "That the season would only last three more games for the rest of the team was not yet foreseeable," said Siegl. Now Müller is dying toto become a successful point collector for the Schongau “mammoths” again.
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