Ex-Dynamo captain Sebastian Mai follows up against SGD: “No hearing”!
By Stefan Broehl
Dresden – being Departure to MSV Duisburg is already fixed! Now Sebastian Mai (28) has against Dynamo Dresden followed.
The former SGD captain wrote moving words on his official Instagram channel after 739 days, 19 hours and 53 minutes: “Dear sports community! It is now 7.53 p.m. and I think there is no better time than this to say goodbye to everyone to adopt.”
It was “a huge honor” for him “to be able to wear this coat of arms in my youth and then as a player and captain of the first team.”
But then Mai became clear: “Since several attempts and requests for a conversation with the club were not heard, I will now open a new chapter.”
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The former Dynamo leader thus revealed insider information to the public. Because judging by his statement, he wanted to stay with his heart club in Dresden and help to start the next reconstruction after being relegated from the 2nd Bundesliga and to be available to the team as a leader.
As a figure of identification and speaker, he would have been capable of that. In terms of sport, the strong mentality kicker was only partially convincing last season, which, in addition to his lack of technique, was mainly due to a number of injuries and illnesses that repeatedly brought the defensive edge out of step.
Full statement from Dynamo Dresden’s Sebastian Mai on Instagram
Sebastian Mai meets Marvin Knoll and Leroy Kwadwo at MSV Duisburg
So the decision of those responsible for Dynamo is quite understandable, but the way shown by May would be cheeky if it corresponds to the truth.
Because that’s not how you treat a deserved player as a professional club. If you’re about to part with such a passionate man who always gave his all for SGD, then you should at least have the size to communicate that in an open and honest conversation.
The central defender could probably have understood that with a reasonable chain of arguments, even if it would have hurt him, of course.
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But stored very differently than currently. In addition, there would have been no publicly presented discrepancies.
Mai is now strengthening the Zebras with his experience of 133 third-division appearances (13 goals, seven assists) and will meet two other ex-Dynamos in Duisburg – as of now – with Marvin Knoll (31) and Leroy Kwadwo (25). If they all stay on board at MSV, they should be particularly motivated in the games against SGD.
Mai himself concluded his statement by saying that he wanted to step on the gas again, play football, which he would “do at MSV Duisburg from now on”. Nevertheless, he said in the direction of SGD: “Of course I will always be and remain a fan and also a member of this club and the fans!”
Cover photo: Lutz Hentschel
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