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Langenthal's team manager Kevin Schläpfer tells the Oltner Tagblatt that they want to work with more young players.

Kevin Schläpfer
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Currently, SC Langenthal has partnership agreements with SC Bern and the SCL Tigers in place. Agreements that become very important to them, as soon as there are a few injured players. "Thanks to the cooperation with Langnau and Bern, we are well positioned," Schläpfer says to the Oltner Tagblatt.

Although they do not want to be a farm team of any kind, the Oberaargauer are aiming at a closer partnership with the Tigers. With this, they want to keep the promise they have made before the season and work with more young players.

( 21 January 2020 | tme* )
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