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The top 4 was now an achievable aim, not just a dream. However, within a matter of weeks we were to witness the continuation of something all too familiar for Schalke—they once again became ein Verfluchter condemned club.
Coke, the man who had been brought in to lead the line, suffered a horrendous injury—sustained during his debut against FC Bologna in a pre-season friendly—damage to his posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
The latest player to catch the curse of Gelsenkirchen is left-back Abdul Rahman Baba who has been side-lined, possibly, for the remainder of the season.
Baba has undergone surgery after he suffered knee ligament damage whilst on international duty with Ghana at the Africa Cup of Nations. Schalke fans will be acutely aware of the curse they have—no less than 18 players have suffered long-term injuries since At one point this season they had a record eight players unavailable for selection from what would have been a very strong Matchday 5 was the low point, routed to the bottom of the table and beset by injury the season that promised so much now took on a look of danger.
However, to Markus Weinzierl credit he dragged Schalke back to a respectable tenth by the completion of Matchday Matchday 18 will witness the visit of Eintracht Frankfurt to the Veltins-Arena.
Burgstaller, touted by many as an odd signing, has silenced any doubts about his potential by netting late on against Ingolstadt.
Should Schalke wish to get back into the European places then the form Burgstaller displayed at 1. The signing of Caligiuri, like it was the case with Burgstaller and Badstuber, is another response to the clubs injury woes.
Having been drawn against PAOK in the Round of 32 Schalke have a real opportunity of moving into the last 16 with ease. The Europa League becomes a real prospect for Schalke to add silverware to a season that has so far been a disappointment.
With fellow Bundesliga side Gladbach being handed a tricky draw against Fiorentina and other strong sides such as Villarreal facing touch opposition it is Schalke who have a real opportunity to go all the way to Stockholm in May.
Buoyed by memories of that famous night in the San Siro which saw Schalke crowned European champions—in what was to be the last two legged UEFA Cup Final before the inception of one off games at a neutral venue— die Knappen will see the Europa League as the more realistic route back into Champions League football than an all-out, almost impossible, assault on fourth place in the Bundesliga.
Should Badstuber be able to remain injury free, at the club with so many injuries, then Schalke will have a defender to lead the back line.
The midfielder, on loan from Liverpool, has been a source of good fortune for Hertha. With another positive result to add to his bow, Hertha are still unbeaten when he is involved in a Bundesliga game.
Schalke head coach Domenico Tedesco once again saw a number of players leave the field due to injury during Hertha vs Schalke.
The former Union Berlin attacker was forced to leave the fixture this evening, after what looked like a hamstring problem — Ahmed Kutucu was thrust into action.
Hertha Berlin players celebrate after a first half added time equaliser, in what was the final goal during Hertha vs Schalke.
The second 45 minutes failed to live up the period that preceded it. In an action packed opening half there were goals, talking points and a 12 player flash point.
With Schalke needing the points more than their hosts, a share of the spoils does little to improve their league position. A rise to the top six looks to be beyond them, as does further progression in the Champions League after being drawn against Manchester City.
Chris Williams is a freelance European football journalist. Published in both local and international publications, he also contributes to television and radio across the globe.
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