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After nine years in Bern, Martin Plüss leaves the capital city. As he states in an interview with the Berner Zeitung, it is not yet clear if he will hang up his skates or continue his career with another team.

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"I have not talked to other teams so far. Everything is still open," the 40-year-old said in an interview with the Berner Zeitung. "That is the truth." He will now have to make up his mind, states the former captain of the Bears. "After we were not able to find an agreement with SC Bern, I decided to focus on ice hockey and to decide about my future after the season."

As for the World Championship, Plüss said: "If Patrick Fischer calls me, I will consider it." However, there is no agreement between the center and the head coach of the national team. They have not yet talked to each other, according to Plüss. However, as the Blick reported on Thursday evening, Plüss will not play for the national team.

Last Update:  20 April 2017, 08:25 PM | mfa/bsc 

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