Werder Bremen keeper Sebastian Mielitz expresses his disappointment at being told that he is no longer the club's first choice.
Werder Bremen goalkeeper Sebastian Mielitz has expressed his disappointment at being told that he is no longer the club's number one.
Bremen coach Robin Dutt revealed that Raphael Wolf would retain his spot in the starting lineup at Mielitz's expense having played the last four games before the winter break.
Mielitz began the campaign as the club's starting keeper, but Dutt decided to drop the 24-year-old after he had conceded 26 goals in his 14 appearances in all competitions.
"I am very disappointed no longer to be number one of my club," PA quotes Mielitz as saying.
Wolf conceded 14 goals in his four matches before the mid-season break, including seven in one game against Bayern Munich.
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