David and Benjamin Hutter bolster FC Pinzgau Saalfelden’s ranks
FC Pinzgau Saalfelden have conducted further transfer business and brought two players back to Pinzgau. Brothers David (USK Anif) and Benjamin Hutter (SV Empor Berlin) will arrive this summer to bolster the Regionalliga Salzburg club’s ranks.
Benjamin Hutter took his first steps in football with FC Zell am See before progressing through the entire SV Ried academy, where he developed excellently. Due to his business administration degree, the 23-year-old has spent the last four years in Berlin, where he has been lacing his football boots for SV Empor Berlin alongside his studies. Having now finished off his studies, the versatile midfielder is set for a return home to Pinzgau.
“For me, it was clear that I was going to return to Austria after my studies. FC Pinzgau Saalfelden are the best team in the area, so it was clear to me that I wanted to play here in the future. The talks went very well and I’m looking forward to my new challenge. I want to play my part and help us have a strong season. The fact that I will be playing in the same team as my twin brother David for the first time in years makes it all the nicer,” explained Benjamin Hutter.
After almost three years, David Hutter is bidding farewell to USK Anif and joining his brother at FC Pinzgau Saalfelden. The deal was engineered by their uncle Simon Hutter, who owns Sport 2000 Simon in Saalfelden, and FCPS veteran Hannes Rottenspacher. “We have a really good team for the new season and I like the ambitious approach, which quickly convinced me. The fact I can play with my brother again after four and a half years is obviously something special and came as something of a surprise. I would like to get as much playing time as possible and play an important role. I’m really looking forward to getting started,” said David Hutter, who is considered to be a quiet but highly ambitious person.
“We’re very happy that Benjamin and David will join FC Pinzgau Saalfelden this summer. Both players are versatile, which makes them particularly valuable. Benjamin is very quick-thinking, a hard runner and has already showcased his strengths and great potential in many positions in the past. His brother David has great vision, is a tough tackler and possesses a lot of passing quality – that will certainly help us. I’m pleased we could convince them both of our path,” said Christian Ziege.