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Frederick trapped in the Bundesliga: Powerless

Frederik Rønnow has not been the expected play time of Eintracht Frankfurt, and now get the Danish goalkeeper to look for a new employer.

he tells this to The opposite TV2 SPORT.

The Danish goalkeeper came to the German club in the summer of 2018, after his stay in denmark.

In the first two seasons in Frankfurt has Rønnow stood in the shadow of Kevin Trapp. The German keeper has been the clear first choice, why Rønnow just have played 21 matches the past two seasons. 11 of them in the Bundesliga.

Frederik Rønnow during training with the national team. Picture: Claus Bonnerup

Now talk dane out of the experience with to be the second best in målmandsposten in the German club.

- It is what has been so difficult here. I have felt that it almost is just very much how I or him, the other has done it, so is it him, who has played each and every weekend. And I'm not interested in, say Rønnow.

- I want to play, and it is of course also why there is talk that there must be something. I do not feel, the chance here is big enough to play.

Earlier in the week said sportsdirektøren in Frankfurt, Bruno Hübner, that the club will let Rønnow go for an acceptable bid.

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