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Sun 01.Apr 2012 09:46 Tanya Taylor,
Angerer extends her contract with FFC Frankfurt - out for the season
Nadine Angerer in a game with FFC Frankfurt
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German national team goalkeeper has extended her contract with the seven time German champions till June 30th 2013.

"My hunger for success and joy in football are still very large." says the 33-year-old World and European Champion who has been with the FFC since 2009.

"It's great that Nadine is here for one more year. She is still without a doubt the best in Germany and among the world's best goalkeepers" says FFC manager Siegfried Dietrich.

Frankfurt has already extended contracts with Saskia Bartusiak, Sandra Smisek, Kerstin Garefrekes and Melanie Behringer. In addition, they are getting Simone Laudehr from Duisburg, and Babett Peter and Bianca Schmidt from Potsdam.

Germany goalkeeper Nadine Angerer will miss not only this week's qualifiers against Spain and Switzerland but also the rest of 1. FFC Frankfurt's season after a setback with her knee injury.

Germany goalkeeper Nadine Angerer will miss not only this week's qualifiers against Spain and Switzerland but also the rest of 1. FFC Frankfurt's season after suffering a setback in her recovery from a knee injury.

The 33-year-old has been out for several weeks but was earmarked to return for Germany in Saturday's UEFA Women's EURO 2013 visit of Spain. However, a setback meant that she underwent keyhole surgery on Friday where cartilage damage was diagnosed, meaning a three-month absence. The news will come as a blow to Frankfurt as they take on Arsenal LFC in the UEFA Women's Champions League semi-finals on 15 and 21 April.

Desirée Schumann, who took Angerer's place in Frankfurt's 3-1 aggregate quarter-final elimination of FC Malmö, has also been called up to the Germany squad, though Almuth Schult is set to start against Spain and in Thursday's Group 2 trip to Switzerland.


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