Wolf tracks on Tuesday

Personnel update, fan support and Tommy Stroot's internship.

Die Spieler des VfL Wolfsburg stehen im Kreis auf dem Trainingsplatz in Donaueschingen.

The Wolves began their second training camp of the summer on Monday, this time in Donaueschingen. In order to keep VfL fans up-to-date with the latest news about the team's preparations and the club in general, we will provide daily information until the end of the camp.
Team news: Six members of the VfL squad that travelled to Donaueschingen did not take part in the team's first training session of the camp: Koen Casteels, Sebastiaan Bornauw, Moritz Jenz, Bartol Franjic (all due to workload management), Maximilian Philipp (muscular) and Kevin Paredes (muscle tear). On Tuesday, everyone except Jenz and Paredes were involved again. 
On-site support:
Approximately 80 Green-and-White fans are in Donaueschingen to support the Wolves, many of them having made the approximately 600-kilometre trip from Wolfsburg. Others are from the local region while some have even come from Switzerland, including members of a fan club that took selfies with our Swiss summer signing Cedric Zesiger

Watch the VfL friendly LIVE!: On Wednesday (kick-off 17:00 CEST), the Wolves take on Spezia Calcio, who were relegated from Serie A at the end of last season. Wölfe TV will broadcast the match from Villingen-Schwenningen live

Pictures: Day 2 in Donaueschingen

More news from the Wolf pack

Tommy Stroot's internship: VfL Women head coach Tommy Stroot will be missing from the training pitch at Elsterweg over the coming days as he will be shadowing Werder Bremen men's head coach Ole Werner. Stroot is completing the placement at the Bundesliga club as part of his 13-month course to earn the Pro Licence coaching badge. The tactician also visited Manchester United for several days in mid-July for the same reason, and was able to look behind the scenes at the club and learn from head coach Erik ten Hag. Stroot described it as an "unforgettable experience" with fascinating lessons for his own work.
Milestone appearance in big win: She-Wolves captain Dominique Janssen celebrated earning her 100th international cap by helping the Netherlands finish as Group E winners at the Women's World Cup in a comfortable 7-0 victory over Vietnam in their final game of the section. New VfL signing Caitlin Dijkstra made her first appearance at the tournament in Australia and New Zealand in the second half.