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Jon Fritsche. This name brings back memories. Memories of the American ice hockey star John Fritsche, who wore the colors of the EVZ as a crowd favorite from 1986 to 1991. Jon Fritsche, who plays football for FC Baar, reveals: “I am often asked how I got my name and whether the former EVZ star influenced my naming.” He doesn’t know himself. He only knows that his parents wanted to give him a short name, he explains.

At the beginning of the current season, Jon Fritsche was appointed to the Fanion team of the third division as A-Junior. He describes: “When coach Alberto Rodrigues and head of sport Hans-Peter Wolf asked the A-Juniors whether one or the other would like to train with the first team once a week, I hesitated to accept. I didn’t want to let down my friends, with whom I get along very well. ” The coach Rodrigues managed to make training with the Fanion team palatable for him. In the first championship game of the current season, in which there was a 3: 5 defeat in Sins, Fritsche was still on the bench due to injury. In the second game of the season against Steinhausen, which ended 2-2, the 18-year-old defender was already in the starting line-up. Since then he has become an integral part of it.

The first goal has recently become a fact thanks to a length of 1.83 meters, the athletically strong Jon Fritsche has a good header game. He says with a beaming smile: “When I take corners, I’m always in the opponent’s penalty area. “And with success. Last Tuesday he scored the 1-0 lead for FC Baar in the last sixteen of the IFVCup against SC Steinhausen following a corner kick with a header. After Jan Gehrig was sent off in the 25th minute of the game, Baar was 2: 3 behind by half-time. But in the end the team of coach Alberto Rodrigues was able to qualify for the round of 16 thanks to a 6-4 win.

When asked about his weaknesses, Fritsche remarks self-critically: “I still have to learn to build up faster and to launch our attacks. In addition, I still don’t speak enough to my teammates when it comes to warning them of the dangers of opposing advances. ” Fritsche, who is completing his third year at the business school at Kanti Zug, describes himself as a “quiet guy” who likes to spend his free time with his colleagues. Trips to Europa-Park or TV broadcasts of football games were just as much a part of it as the cozy get-together with his girlfriend Ariane Wittwer. She plays in the women’s team of FC Baar in the first division.

Tomorrow it will be against the bottom of the table, Frsche does not hesitate to set himself and the team a high goal. He says: «I want to get promoted to the second division with FC Baar. There is enough potential in our team for this. ” At the moment the Baarer are only two points behind the Leader Sins, tied with move 94 II, in second place in the table.

Tomorrow FC Baar will receive Weggiser SC, who is at the bottom of the table with zero points and a goal difference of 3:19 (17.00, Lättich). Jon Fritsche does not take the opponent lightly. He says: “Anything but a clear victory would be a negative surprise for us,” but he also says: “It could have fatal consequences if we didn’t take the Weggiser SC seriously.”

Text: Martin Mühlebach

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