National player stays in Pfadi
Written by: Rasmus Boysen
The experienced Argentine national goalkeeper Matias Schulz has extended his contract with the Swiss top club Pfadi Winterthur with 2 years to the summer of 2019.
Press release from Pfadi Winterthur:
Pfadi Winterthur and the goalkeeper Matias Schulz have agreed to extend the contract prematurely for another two years. This means that a very important personnel issue for the near future is solved convincingly in every respect.
The announcement is not only pleasing for the quality, continuity and cohesion of the NLA team, but also for the young goalkeepers. Schulz is also involved in the goalkeeper training of the NLB team. "Overall, Pfadi offers me an ideal environment," says the multilingual, Argentine-German double citizen. Schulz felt very comfortable in Winterthur after his traveling years, which led him to Germany, Spain and France. "This city pleases the whole family excellently, my place of residence is also next to the new Win4-Arena. This is motivation enough to continue to bring me here with all my strength and joy."
The experienced 35-year-old goalkeeper has a long career in Europe. He started his career in the Argentine club Sag Polvorines before he in 2008 joined the German club Dessau-Roßlauer HV. Furthermore, has has played in the Spanish clubs Helvetia Anaitasuna, BM Antequera, Pines BM Badajoz and BM Granollers and the French top club HBC Nantes. He joined Pfadi Winterthur before last season.
For the Argentine national team he has played 177 caps and participated in the Olympics in 2012 and 2016.