After the end of career of the former football world champion André Schürrle has also made his wife Anna to him, an emotional Declaration of love. "I love you infinity and can't wait to begin a new Chapter. A new world is waiting for you,“ she wrote on Instagram beneath a photo in which she leans on Schürrles shoulder. "Be proud of you. On your achievements and on this courageous decision you made,“ it said further.
Schürrle had announced on Friday his career end with only 29 years of age. In a "mirror"of the Interview he explained his decision and talked openly about loneliness, over-pressure and over a deep mental hole after the world Cup noise. "The decision is long matured in me," said Schürrle. "I don't need applause anymore." He was often lonely, reported Schürrle, just as "the Depths deeper and deeper and the highlights less and less." The industry was not allowed to show feelings. "You must always play a certain role in order to survive in the Business," he said, "Otherwise, you lose your Job and get a new more."
Schürrles contract at Borussia Dortmund after the end of the Lending agreement with Spartak Moscow last had been dissolved. Earlier Schürrle had played in FSV Mainz 05, Bayer Leverkusen, Chelsea FC, VfL Wolfsburg and Fulham FC.
In the 2014 world Cup final had been a native of Ludwigshafen, the template to Mario götze's winner against Argentina (1:0). Of his former team-mates only a few are among the Pillars of the national team, five-time world Champions have now Schürrle finished their active football career in the meantime.
What do the world champion of 2014 today?
Manuel Neuer (34): FC Bayern München. Captain of the national team.
Roman Weidenfeller (39): career completed in 2018. Last Updated: Borussia Dortmund. Last Game: 13. June 2015. Currently: TV-expert (RTL).
Ron-Robert Zieler (31): second-Hannover 96 League. Earlier, Leicester City, VfB Stuttgart. Last Game: 10. June 2015
Philipp Lahm (36): career completed in 2017. Latest: Bayern Munich. Last Game: 13. July 2014 (world Cup final). Currently: entrepreneur, head of organisation for the European championship in 2024.
Per Mertesacker (35): career completed in 2018. Last: Arsenal FC. Last Game: 13. July 2014 (world Cup final). Currently: head of the football Academy of FC Arsenal in London, an expert at the streaming service DAZN.
Matthias Ginter (26): Borussia Mönchengladbach. Previously: SC Freiburg and Borussia Dortmund. Furthermore, National Players.
Erik Durm (28): Eintracht Frankfurt. Previously: Borussia Dortmund and Huddersfield Town. Last Game: 18. November 2014.
Kevin grosskreutz (31): third-division side KFC Uerdingen. Previously: at Borussia Dortmund, Galatasaray, VfB Stuttgart Darmstadt 98. Last Game: 3. September 2014.
Benedikt Höwedes (32): Unemployed. Previously: Schalke 04, Lokomotiv Moscow. Last Game: 26. In March 2017.
Mats Hummels (31): Borussia Dortmund. Previously: Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. Last Game: 19. November 2018.Date Of Update: 19 July 2020, 09:19