Not even class camp helps
Professor Perry’s crisis is getting worse
Once again, Marcel Berry (27) left disappointed. The Central Swiss Confederation is missing a wreath at its subsidiary League festival. A scary draw for the course this season.
Publication date: 10:13 pm
Updated: 10:31 PM
On the top They are in the middle of Switzerland with Joel Wiki And Bermaine Richmouth more than adequately cast. But what’s behind it? Who could step into the hack for the two? One or the other of the forces in existence is in a creative crisis.
A notable example is Marcel Berry (27). The Swiss from Zug, who started the season late with a hamstring injury, missed out on winning the wreath at Stoos, Schwarzsee and the Northeast Switzerland Wrestling Festival. The week before the Swiss Central Wrestling Festival, the teacher stayed with his sixth-graders at a row camp. Turn off your head was the motto. Hiking instead of swing training. Results? sober.
Schuller is injured
Once again he begins the journey home without a wreath. It could be heard around him that the head must be the problem. As the Federal Wrestling Festival approaches fast, Perry continues to chase his higher level.
Christian Schuler’s party ended as soon as he started swinging. In the duel against Matthias Eschbacher of Berne, the knee injury he sustained for the Confederates five times in Zug Canton made a comeback.
Confederate Andy Imhoff also had to end the festival early due to injury. Despite the celebration of victory, all that glitters in central Switzerland is not yet gold. A brutal endurance test on the Rigi awaits next weekend with Samuel Giger and Armon Orlik.
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