FSV Mainz 05: The next step for Luca Kilian

His grandfather was a feared, some say infamous man Decker: Anand Theis, nearly 300-time player in the Bundesliga in Nuremberg, Offenbach, Dortmund and Düsseldo

FSV Mainz 05: The next step for Luca Kilian

His grandfather was a feared, some say infamous man Decker: Anand Theis, nearly 300-time player in the Bundesliga in Nuremberg, Offenbach, Dortmund and Düsseldorf, the German champion with the FCN. With him, he change regularly, says Luca Kilian, "after each game, will be discussed loudly about a variety of situations, and he tries, of course, to me his experiences of something". Now, the "West woods iron base is" now 70 years old and sees that the game is more dynamic and faster, as the grandson told. "But when it comes to in Between to get, he tells me how it works properly."

The tips that he receives in this generation of dialogues, can Kilian implement in the future in the service of the FSV Mainz 05. A four-year contract of the Central defender signed with the Rheinhessen, not least because he had been convinced by the personal talks with sporting Director Rouven Schröder and coach Achim Beierlorzer. "Any other requests I haven't even really to me, but just hoping that it will work with the exchange to Mainz. And now I hope here to have a good time.“

That was the first half of the year, for the 20-Year-old. In the first half of the season from the youth of Borussia Dortmund come defensive player had won at newly promoted SC Paderborn in a regular place. In 13 consecutive championship meetings, he played over the full distance. At the end of January, a tendon tear in the thigh, and in March, he went down in the annals of German football stopped him the first player in the Bundesliga, in which a Corona infection was diagnosed. "I've had a bit of fear, it was a totally unknown Virus, no one knew what was going on. I felt bad and wondered how much worse it must be...“

The next step after a serious time

Kilian survived the disease ultimately harmless, still, it was a tough time. "And the fact that it can catch a younger, more athletic people so uncomfortable, made me think." Therefore, he opened since then, in public spaces, in compliance with the spacing rules, and does not advise other to take the risk of infection lightly.

Huge he had been happy in the last two regular season games to participate, says Kilian. The Paderborn's relegation was sealed at this time, for the U-21 national team player, but it was clear that he will remain top-notch, the much-cited "next step" was going to make.

Updated Date: 17 August 2020, 05:20

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