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Ronstadt will also go to the FCK – a space for newcomers

Ronstadt will also go to the FCK – a space for newcomers

Frank Ronstadt FC St. Pauli - SV Darmstadt 98

Frank Ronstadt FC St. Pauli – SV Darmstadt 98

Winger Frank Ronstadt leaves SV Darmstadt 98 and joins second division side 1. FC Kaiserslautern. The clubs agreed to remain silent about the transfer fees. SV Darmstadt 98 also announced on Tuesday. However, it would likely be in the sub-six-figure range at most because the 26-year-old's contract at Darmstadt would have expired at the end of the season.

After Filip Stojilkovic, Ronstadt becomes the second Lelin player to join FCK during the winter break. SV Darmstadt 98 thus took the first steps towards downsizing the squad planned by coach Torsten Lieberknecht (as reported by Lilienblog) and creating potential space for new additions. Above all, Lieberknecht wants a strong striker in the air.

There was no progress in becoming a regular player

The Hamburg native with Ghanaian roots was free in the summer of 2020 From the then second division Würzburg Kickers were relegated It was changed to Böllenfalltor. However, during his two and a half years with the Lilies, he was never able to establish himself as a regular player, partly due to injuries that repeatedly hampered him. His best season was the 2022/23 promotion season. He made 23 league appearances and scored his only two official goals for the Lilies – including a stunning long-range strike against FC St. Pauli.

This season, Ronstadt has made four substitutions, with his appearance against Hoffenheim being the longest and last for the Lillies at 45 minutes. However, in twelve of the 16 matches, he was not part of the team at all.

Manu is the last one left

During his time in Darmstadt, Ronstadt formed a special triumvirate with Patrick Pfeiffer and Braydon Manno. In addition to their shared roots in Ghana and deep Christian faith, the three were also linked by their past in Hamburg, where they were all active in different clubs. Following Pfeiffer's move to Augsburg in the summer, Braydon Manu, who is currently injured, is the last remaining member of the trio.

Manu, Pfeiffer, Ronstadt, SV Darmstadt 98 - SSV Jahn Regensburg

Former trio with Braydon Manu, Patrick Pfeiffer and Frank Ronstadt (from left)

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  • SVD-SSV-2022-23-blog-0059: Arthur Schönbein
  • FCSP-SVD-2022-23-blog-0028: Arthur Schönbein