Bunjaku, Berzel and Möller leave Viktoria Cologne
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On Monday, the third division started in preparation for the residual season, not there were five players. Two actors a PCR test was positive on Sunday, which it is, the Viktoria did not know.
Also, not on the square were Nikolai Miller, Aaron Bezel and Albert Punjab — all three players no longer belong to the squad of the Cologne. To lend with Miller, who actually went to summer, was terminated prematurely. The 19-year-old returns to the FC Arsenal, the decision was made according to Viktoria in the sense of the further development of the player. The Swede came ten times in this season, but he did not score a goal.
Bureaus farewell after over three years
Bezel and Punjab were released during the meantime, both will no longer participate in training operation. Bezel, who came only in the summer of Turkic Munich, was at least nine times for the Viktoria on the square. Punjab, who has played for Cologne since 2018, has only been used five times.