Ralf Fährmann

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Ralf Fährmann: “Time to make amends from the first half of the season”

Schalke 04 have already completed more than half of their training sessions in Benidorm. Club captain Ralf Fährmann is more than satisfied with his teammates’ work over the past few days in Spain. “We have worked with high concentration levels,” the goalkeeper said. “They are very tough sessions but we are on the right track.”

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Moments of the year: A team trip, a first goal and a new contract

What were the highlights of 2018? schalke04.de has asked various players what their favourite moments of the past year were. In the first part, Ralf Fährmann, Alessandro Schöpf, Mark Uth, Sascha Riether and Omar Mascarell give their responses.

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Domenico Tedesco: A deserved win, but we have to be more effective on the break

There were plenty of happy Royal Blues after the 3-1 win in Stuttgart! Domenico Tedesco and Stuttgart coach Markus Weinzierl reflected on the game in the post-match press conference, as well as how their teams had fared in the first half of the season. Ralf Fährmann and Steven Skrzybski also gave their opinions. schalke04.de has summarised the quotes.

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A memorable occasion, but a disappointing result

Last night saw many moments which people will remember for a very long time. FC Schalke 04, founded by miners, paid an emotional farewell to the coal mines in the Ruhr area before the game against Bayer Leverkusen.

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Ralf Fährmann: Everyone associated with Schalke deserved better tonight

Despite dominating the match for large periods, Schalke lost 2-1 at home to Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday (19/12). The Royal Blues were frustrated with the unfortunate defeat – especially as it was a night where they were desperate to win for the miners in attendance. schalke04.de has summarised the post-match reactions.

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“It puts the wind back in our sails”

It came late, but Schalke definitely deserved their win against Lokomotiv Moscow. The three points mean that Schalke finish second in Group D on 11 points, advancing through to the round of 16.

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Domenico Tedesco: We are lacking that cutting edge

After a draw and a win in his first two derby matches, Domenico Tedesco suffered his first defeat as Schalke coach to Borussia Dortmund on Saturday (8/12). The 33-year-old analysed the defeat at the press conference alongside BVB chief, Lucien Favre. Goalscorer Daniel Caligiuri and captain Ralf Fährmann also gave their opinions in the mixed zone.

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A good feeling going into the derby

Shortly after the final whistle in the game against Hoffenheim, Schalke started looking forward to the next game. Everyone's focus is now on a game that hasn’t even been played yet. The Revierderby will take place during the upcoming match day. The 1-1 draw in Sinsheim didn’t leave the Royal Blues overjoyed, however they will feel optimistic in their preparations for the derby.

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Ralf Fährmann out of the Galatasaray game with injury

Schalke 04 will be without goalkeeper and captain Ralf Fährmann for the Champions League with Galatasaray. On Monday, an MRI scan confirmed he is suffering with an adductor injury.

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“We need to collectively deal with this situation”

Domenico Tedesco and Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac analysed the 2-0 victory for the visitors. Captain Ralf Fährmann and Sebastian Rudy also gave their thoughts, with schalke04.de summarising the interviews.

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Ralf Fährmann: It was a very emotional moment

The Royal Blues get their Champions League campaign underway today at home against FC Porto. Captain Ralf Fährmann speaks about the excitement ahead of the Champions League, his recollection of the memorable round of 16 match 10 years ago, and goalkeeping icon Iker Casillas, who will be in goal for the Portuguese club.

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“We’re a positive-thinking team”

Schalke didn’t imagine that their season would start like this. The Royal Blues followed up last weekend’s loss against Wolfsburg with another defeat; this time at home to Hertha Berlin. The team are remaining optimistic however, and are convinced that things will start to look up soon. There’s no reason to panic.