The green Eastern Switzerland, flooded shaft on the election weekend, the football pitches in the Romandie: The green FC St. Gallen wins on Sunday on the mud of the Stade de Genève against Servette 2:1. And the FC Wil, also from the Canton of the green-coat-of-arms white, beats away to Stade-Lausanne with 3:0.

With the fifth victory in the sixth game (in addition to a 0:0 against the Leader FC Basel) strengthens the Team of Peter Zeidler rank 3 behind Basel and master YB.

St. Gallen’s little brother of FC Wil is on 3rd place, just one point behind Relegated and record Champions GC. Four points behind Lausanne.

Crazy: In the starting line-up of Ciri Sforza victory are 3:0-equal to 8 (!) Players who are 21 years of age or younger.

youth promotion in the first place

At the FCSG is the obsession with youth under Zeidler program. Game for game, the German seven players that are 21 or younger.

Behind this program is the project “Future Champs Ostschweiz (FC0) is”. 3.7 Million Fr. the FCSG per year. In 10 bases (including Chur, Canton of Glarus and Thurgau) will be promoted to the young people from the age of 15. One of the Junior coach of the former International Pascal Thüler is.

The intense St. Gallen youth work is proving successful: In the cadre of St. Galler Silvan Hefti stand with Captain (from Rorschach SG), Leonidas Stergiou (Wattwil SG), Boris Babic (Walenstadt SG), Betim Fazliji (Rebstein SG), Tim Staubli (Buchs SG), Alessandro Kräuchi (St. Gallen ) and Fabio Solimando (St. Gallen) seven St. Gallen in the squad.

In the latest annual report of the FCSG, which has been published today, writes head of sports, Alain Sutter: “That the efforts with more modest means can bear fruit, it shows in the current season, in a total of nine players from the own Junior staff belong to the professional squad by coach Peter Zeidler. We continue to have very high expectations of our young talent and our aim is to integrate regularly in the coming years, players from our own ranks into the first team – of course, from the point of view as a source of revenue by the expected transfer receipts.”