Borussia Dortmund: Marius Wolf about his hardest time
“When I have heard the first time, I thought of madness! When I signed, my mother wrote the message: ‘Now your dream has come true’,” said Marius Wolf in the new episode of the podcast “meets Dazn meets Dazn”, which has changed his change from Frankfurt to Dortmund in 2018.
- KMD # 124 – Danny Röhl
- KMD # 123 – Bernhard Peters
- KMD # 122 – Stefan Kießling
- KMD # 121 – Johannes Spor
- KMD # 125 – Marius Wolf
- “I wanted to start again at zero”
Already as a child Wolf was fan of BVB, but wore black-yellow, but the jersey of Nuremberg, 1860 Munich, Hanover and that of Eintracht.
It was not a simple way for Wolf to his heart club. In the meantime, the 26-year-old had even thought of finishing his career. Hannover fetched the wing player and learned the right outside of the Munich lions, 96 Wolf found herself after the dismissal of Thomas Schaaf quickly in the second team again. “It was the hardest time,” Wolf describes his commitment to the Lower Saxony. “I had another two years contract, I said I play in the U 23, then all lick me on the ass and then I listen to me. Such days were also there,” gives the native Coburger insight.
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KMD # 125 – Marius Wolf
The new KMD episode is all about the top game between Dortmund and Leipzig. In addition to a detailed analysis of the game, BVB-Allrounder Marius Wolf is a guest and talks about how it is to play for the favorite club, why he almost hung the football boots on the nail and which style tips he Erling Haaland gives. In addition, of course, the remaining match day velvet is debated in Freiburg. And on top, meets Dazn reporter Benni Hofmann explains why the financial humility in the Bundesliga has not arrived despite corona and large announcements of the clubs.
KMD # 124 – Danny Röhl
KMD # 123 – Bernhard Peters
KMD # 122 – Stefan Kießling
KMD # 121 – Johannes Spor
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Wolf but got the curve, even if the BVB dream after his debut season 2018/19 with borrow at Hertha and Cologne was initially interrupted. “That was not so difficult for me because I really wanted to play football. When the chance was not given to me, I quickly searched for a solution,” says Wolf. Especially at the “Effzeh” he was matured athletic.
“I wanted to start again at zero”
After that he was ready for the chapter Marco Rose, though not many still had him on the screen. Even the injury spoken of the teammates has changed that. Wolf: “Of course we have many failures this season. I wanted to start zero again and then worked out my minutes.”
The numbers are now talking for themselves, already now Wolf has 29 compulsory matches, three hits and an assist in the account and finds itself regularly in the starting eleven. Especially his flexibility benefits him, Rose has already used Wolf on both sides in different systems. “I can do well with every1. There are players who decide the games, and also guys who work – not just on the grass,” says Wolf, who seems to have found his place at BVB.