A real bomb went off on Monday at the third division club 1860 Munich – from a sporting point of view: Sascha Mölders is no longer part of coach Michael Köllner’s squad.
This is a big surprise: Michael Koellner, Trainer of the TSV 1860 Munich, immediately renounces the services of his captain. Sascha Mölders no longer belongs to the team of the third division club. That was officially announced in the sixties.
“From an ongoing analysis of the development of the past few weeks, the sporting management decided, in coordination with both shareholders, that Sascha Mölders WILL not be in the TSV 1860 Munich squad until further notice,” says the “Löwen” website.
Sascha Mölders has been with the TSV 1860 Munich under contract and entered 212 competitive games (82 goals, 52 assists). The native of Essen has also played for him FC Augsburg II (6 games, 7 goals), FC Augsburg (98, 20), Red and white food (55, 42), MSV Duisburg (12, 0) MSV Duisburg II (49, 39), FSV Frankfurt (49, 18) and Black and white food (38, 9).
Mölders spoke up on Instagram
The 36-year-old Mölders spoke up on Instagram on Monday afternoon. “Today I was at the training area and I was told that I should no longer appear for training or that I should train individually because the coach so wishes. As captain, I wish the team only the best. I am shocked. Blue and white greetings, Your Sascha, “he wrote to his fans.
Mölders’ contract runs until the summer of 2022. He has scored five goals in 18 third division appearances this season. Most recently, the lions – who went into the season as promotion favorites – were in a tangible crisis. Against Waldhof Mannheim (1: 3) and 1. FC Magdeburg (2: 5) there were clear defeats. In the game against Magdeburg, the Löwen were already 0: 5 behind after 45 minutes, and Mölders also showed a catastrophic performance. Most recently, he is said to have pinched twice on penalties – both were shot. As the Münchner Abendzeitung (AZ) reports, Mölders is said to have clashed with other players and responsibilities several times.