Another new one for Sturm: Prussia pulls “Joker” out of its sleeve


In terms of sport, Münster is back on track, the team of head coach Sascha Hildmann (48) jumped to third place in the regional league with a 4-1 home win over Lotte. But the plans for the third division relegated are still in full swing …

Another new one for the storm. Prussia draws “Joker” Møller from the sleeve!

BILD learned: With William Møller (22) today (Mon) another striker should surprisingly introduce himself on Hammer Straße. The massive Dane (1.93m) – something like the extra number in the striker lotto. He is not one of the planned reinforcements for this transfer phase. But on top of that. To be tested in the hope that it will hit. “

Why so complicated? Very easily! The attacker last kicked for FC Sydvest in the second Danish division. Scored three goals in 15 appearances. Last winter he even wanted to extend his contract. And got out. More football frustration than football pleasure. Since then he has been without a club or contract.



Has good things to report about William Møller: Ex-Prussian Björn Kopplin, who now plays for Denmark’s first division club FC RangersPhoto: Getty Images

Now, however, the Prussians got the tip that Møller wants to know again. Just looking for a way to present yourself. Similar to René Klingenburg (26) two years ago. The popular midfielder also came to the Prussians in 2018 from a “professional break” – and was an absolute hit. Career saved …

The fact is: Møller has some good qualifications. Worth giving it a chance. Also confirmed is ex-Prussian Björn Kopplin (31), who now plays for FC Randers in Denmark. And has information about Møller from a teammate who played with him for Esbjerg. Kopplin: “So William is a great boy with a good attitude, high speed and a strong header game. Technically maybe not the best. But disgusting as an opponent because he is physically robust and also goes where it hurts. “

Well then – “Hjertelig Velkommen, William!” Maybe at some point he will have just as happy a start as his colleague Sturm, Benedikt Zahn (24), who scored 4-1 on Saturday at his Prussian premiere just 180 seconds after being substituted on …

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