Bülter on chaos weeks: "You can't just put it away"

At Schalke 04 things are going well again: Several defeats in a row, including some embarrassing appearances, a sacking of the coach and the surprising exit of Rouven Schröder.

Bülter on chaos weeks: "You can't just put it away"

At Schalke 04 things are going well again: Several defeats in a row, including some embarrassing appearances, a sacking of the coach and the surprising exit of Rouven Schröder. Aspects that do concern the team, as Marius Bülter now explained.

Of course, such weeks of chaos, as they are once again the case at Schalke, do not go unnoticed by the players. Whereby: According to sports director Peter Knäbel, there was no "chaos day" around Rouven Schröder's departure - so everything was fine.

Jokes aside: S04 has been in crisis from matchday to matchday, and has been for a few weeks. In addition, the inevitable dismissal of Frank Kramer, a change that was necessary again in the middle of the season. This causes unrest, of course also in the team.

"The last two or three weeks have been turbulent, there have always been issues that have concerned us as a team and that you can't just put away," admitted Marius Bülter openly in a media round on Wednesday (via kicker). He looked remarkably dejected and disappointed.

Recently, "a lot has happened, it's not so easy to ignore the team," he explained. When Schröder-Aus, for example, the team was "shocked" because it was so "unexpected".

Bülter praised the ex-sports director and at the same time showed the gap that has now arisen: "You expected it in no time. Rouven was someone you could pull yourself up on and who led the way. He radiated this positive. If someone like that breaks away, is that difficult."

The trainer factor and Schröder's break away: now a thing of the past. "Everything has now been clarified," said Bülter, who seems to be hoping for a new start with this statement.

Now it's time to get rid of the bad performances of the past few weeks. However, he can "understand" the discussions about whether the team is suitable for the Bundesliga at all: "When we see the last games, we don't have many arguments, but we have already proven on the first matchdays that we can do it. "

"We need a win again now," said the attacker. As a team, you will “fight to get out of this situation”. The next opportunity to do so is on Saturday evening. Then it's on the Weser against fellow climbers Werder Bremen, who are in calm waters as the bottom of the table.

This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as Bülter about chaos weeks: "You can't just put it away like that".

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