Wiedemann zurück aus England
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Freitag, 26. November 2010

Kapitänin Michele Mayhew und Susanne Wiedemann
Kapitänin Michele Mayhew und Susanne Wiedemann

Nach einer spannenden Woche im englischen Maidstone ist Susanne Wiedemann wieder zurück in Hamburg. Auf Einladung der Aylesford Bulls stellte sie ihr Konzept vor und trainierte dort die Frauen- sowie die U-18-Mädchenmannschaft. "Es hat großen Spaß gebracht. Ich habe dort viele gute Dinge erlebt und einen tollen Club kennen gelernt", so Wiedemann. "Obwohl auch hier nicht alles perfekt läuft, so sind die Strukturen sehr gut und die Wege in der Regel kurz.

Der Verein steht hinter seiner Frauen- und den Mädchenmannschaften und fördert die Entwicklung der Spielerinnen unglaublich gut." Das Konzept fand nicht nur großen Anklang in England, es sind bereits weitere gemeinsame Events geplant.

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