Former Bundesliga professional Marc Stendera joins VfB Oldenburg in 3rd division

The former Bundesliga professional was without a club

Former Bundesliga player Marc Stendera (27) has found a new club six months after the end of his contract with FC Ingolstadt. The former DFB junior will play for VfB Oldenburg in the future, as the promoted third division announced on Wednesday. Lower Saxony is Stendera’s fourth station as a professional – before that he played for FC Ingolstadt, Hannover 96 and Eintracht Frankfurt. The midfielder was trained at SGE, made the jump to the first team in 2012 and was also used in the Europa League, among other things.

« We had good talks and I look forward to being able to play (Site notre bureau spécialisé) at a high level again at VfB, » Stendera reportedly said in the club’s announcement. Sporting director Sebastian Schachten said: « Marc will need time to find his rhythm. However, it can be a win-win situation for all parties. With Marc, we have a seasoned player in the middle. » The VfB are convinced that Stendera « thanks to his (Site notre bureau spécialisé)ing class and his experience will expand the team’s group of top players ».

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Daniel Didavi – market value: €300k

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Daniel Brosinski – market value: €300k

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Marc Stendera – market value: 325 K€

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Moritz Leitner – market value: 325 K€

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Thomas Pledl – market value: 325 K€

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Nicolai Müller – market value: €400k

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Matti Steinmann – Market value: €400k

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Jan-Marc Schneider – market value: €400k

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Lukas Rupp – market value: €800k

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Max Kruse – market value: €1.5m

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Schachten continued: “We had a lot of tight games in which we didn’t score. In such a balanced league, it has to do with experience, especially in pressure situations. Marc will help us in that regard as he knows the league and has already shown that he can deal with situations like this. » Stendera made 36 Third Division appearances for the FCI in the 2020/21 season. , compared to ten last season last mission on December 11, 2021.

Newly promoted Oldenburg are currently in 16th place after 17 matchdays, just short of the relegation zone, but are level on points with chasers FSV Zwickau (at the table).

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