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Zimbabwean International Midfielder Completes Move To Another Bundesliga Team

Zimbabwean International Midfielder Completes Move To Another Bundesliga Team
Zimbabwean International Midfielder Completes Move To Another Bundesliga Team

Jonah Fabisch, the Zimbabwean international midfielder, has officially completed his transfer to FC Magdeburg, a club competing in Germany’s second division, 2. Bundesliga.

Fabisch, the talented player and son of the late Reinhard Fabisch, former coach of the Zimbabwe national team, signed a two-year contract with FC Magdeburg after playing for Hamburger SV’s development squad in the German second-tier league. As the captain of Hamburger SV’s development team in the previous season, he showcased his skills in the Regionalliga Nord, the fourth-tier league, with 35 appearances and 11 goals.

His impressive performance during the last season caught the attention of FC Magdeburg, leading to his signing with the club. During his unveiling ceremony on Thursday, FC Magdeburg’s Sports Director, Otmar Schork, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership with Fabisch. The club believes that he possesses the necessary qualities to thrive and succeed within their team.

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“Jonah perfectly fits our strategy of providing young and talented players with the opportunity to progress from the regional league to 2. Bundesliga with us. He is technically skilled and versatile in various midfield positions,” stated Otmar.

FC Magdeburg’s head coach, Christian Titz, also spoke highly of Fabisch, describing him as a young, capable, and intelligent player whom he had encountered at an early age. FC Magdeburg is renowned for nurturing young talents, thereby creating opportunities for them to flourish. It is now Fabisch’s responsibility to prove his worth and pave his own path to the grand stages of global football.
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