GELSENKIRCHEN, GERMANY - DECEMBER 11: Ralf Faehrmann #1 of FC Schalke 04 arrives prior to the UEFA Champions League Group D match between FC Schalke 04 and FC Lokomotiv Moscow at Veltins-Arena on December 11, 2018 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

The German Bundesliga team did not have a good first half of the season and the club’s captain says they are now ready to turn their luck around.

Schalke 04 is currently sitting in the 13th position of the German Bundesliga with 18 points.

The team did not have a good first half of the season, they only won five matches, drawing three times, and losing nine times.

And for captain Ralf Fahrmann, the team is ready to turn their luck around.

“We have worked with high concentration levels,” the goalkeeper said to the team’s official website.

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“They are very tough sessions but we are on the right track.”

“Everyone has been fully focused and are trying everything to find their best form,” he added.

“We will be a bit more calm and composed on the pitch and that’s because every player is more focused now.”

“No Schalke fan deserves to be in this situation,” he commented.

“Everyone is aware of how the first half of the season went,” said the keeper. “It’s left its mark on us.”