How are Eintracht’s departures going?

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from: Tom Kilchenstein

Still without a goal and often only a substitute: playmaker Jens-Petter Hauge (centre) KAA Gent. © IMAGO/Sportpix

From Filip Kostic to Goncalo Paciencia to Jens Petter Hauge: Some former Eintracht players have been impressive at their new club, while many others have struggled.

That’s what you always want on your first day at a new football club: line up and score a goal.

That’s exactly how it is Goncalo’s Patience made in mid-August. The Portuguese, who had little chance at Eintracht Frankfurt, put his new employers Celta Vigo 2-0 up after a good hour, but in the end a first-leg header was not enough for Espanyol Barcelona. 2-2 Former Frankfurter Joselu, now 32, spoiled the mood for Celta and Paciencia with a penalty in added time. That made no difference to Paciencia’s highly successful debut, with the 28-year-old also featuring in the next two games.

Then, of course, the energetic striker, who was well-respected in the dressing room at the end of Frankfurt, mainly for his sunny disposition, was slowed by an unusual injury: he was not allowed to play from the start due to a muscle problem and was so angry that he slammed his hands into the wall, resulting in surgery . He hasn’t played for Spain since then, but has recently returned to training and should be back in their squad soon.

All in all, the move after three years in Frankfurt (and an unpleasant Schalke) was worth it for him. Paciencia is back on the pitch more often, something he certainly wouldn’t have been afforded at Eintracht given the Storm’s competition. But what happened to the other former Eintracht players who either left the club or went out on loan this summer?

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Filip Kostic , staying with his new great love Juventus in Turin until 2026, the Serbian naturally had no problem moving to the team, making seven league appearances and providing two assists. Kostic plays more attacking than in Frankfurt, he forms a storm trio with Arkadiusz Milik and/or Dusan Vlahovic and Angelo Di Maria, plays on the left wing, but is sent off much more often than in Frankfurt, usually fifteen minutes before the final whistle, just when . he regularly sounded again in Frankfurt. Kostic has only played two 90-minute matches in Serie A.

In terms of sport, things are going poorly for Juve, with the season ticket champions currently only eighth in the league, seven points behind leaders SSC Napoli. Last Sunday, they suffered an embarrassing 1-0 defeat against newcomers Monza, who had exactly one point up to that point. Kostic failed to prevent a crucial goal against a conceded goal and then had to accept criticism from the Italian media for his lack of defensive behaviour.

And Juve are not doing particularly well in the Champions League either, with two 1-2 defeats against Paris Saint-Germain and Benfica putting Turin under a lot of pressure. After all, Kostic, for whom Eintracht received twelve million euros and Luca Pellegrini, provided another template, a pass from the outside line, a header, a goal.

The Australian is also in Italy, with Hellas Verona Ajdin Hrustic along the way, he signed a contract there until 2026, also to improve his form for the World Cup. His initiative has yet to be crowned with success, he was only allowed to play 80 minutes in two short appearances (two defeats). But he wears a ten.

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Interestingly, it was weighed in Frankfurt and very quickly found to be too light Sam Lammers much better at his new club FC Empoli. The striker, who completely disappointed Hesiečius, fought for the 14th table. all seven league games so far with one goal and one assist. The Dutchman is on loan from Bergamo Atalanta to Empoli for one season.

directly and works Jens Petter Hauge On the other hand, this has not yet happened in Belgium. The ten million euro man should get back on track at KAA Gent, as Daichi Kamada (VV St. Truiden) and Tuta (KV Kortrijk) did in previous years. But in the Jupiler League, the forward was used sporadically at best, making four substitutions and playing 81 minutes. Internationally, it was just one of his…

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