David Raum Pushes His Limits After a Dream Season

David Raum Pushes His Limits After a Dream Season

Ljubljana/Munich – U21 international David Raum clearly thinks little about personal boundaries.

A good example of this is the EM quarter final against Denmark. In tedious detail, Raum signals to his trainer, Stephen Kuntz, that he can’t do it anymore, the thigh closed. But by this point Kuntz had already exhausted all five transformations.

What to do? Has your teammate exceeded the number of minutes remaining? Space out of the question. The left-back jumps in and fights his way through the rest of the season. “I didn’t want to disappoint my team. I can’t just sit back and say: ‘I’m injured’,” Raum said, describing his motivation after the semi-finals.

He also created an interim lead for DFB Juniors in the 100th minute from his cross by Jonathan Burkard.

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In the semi-final (2:1) against the Netherlands, the 23-year-old also played for more than 90 minutes and most likely will also be in the final against Portugal (Sun., live on ProSieben from 8:15 pm onwards) Ran. D. ) set.

This fact is due not only to his energy performance against Denmark, but also to his excellent season with the Bundesliga that has promoted Greater Firth. With 64 percent wins, Raum was one of the best full-backs in the league on the defensive, as well as impressed with a formidable offensive drive. With an incredible 15 assists, he was the top assist in the lower house of the league.

Leitl re-trains Raum as a defender

At the same time, a native of “Clover Leaf”, Raum is actually a trained offensive player. But Firth’s coach Stephen Leitel re-trained the 23-year-old as a left-back. “Dave can do this,” Lytle said of his hero before the start of the season last summer.

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Raum identifies fully with the people of the Firth, whom he joined in 2006 at the age of eight. “I never stopped fighting for the club,” he said after a successful promotion in the Bundesliga with the Franks. But Raum will not go ahead with his youth club. In January, his move to TSG Hoffenheim over the summer became public. As soon as his contract expires, Raum leaves Firth free.

Change at TSG Hoffenheim “No Judgment Against Clover Leaves”

Raum said goodbye, “I am very grateful to the sports federation and the people of this club and so this decision was not easy for me.” It was not a decision against “clover leaves”, but for the next step in my career”.

In the Kraichgau, Raum received a contract until 2025. “David is an extremely talented and extremely fast player with a strong left foot, who has developed into one of the most sought-after full-backs in Germany this season thanks to his outstanding performances,” said TSG Alexander Rosen, the sports director of professional football, said in U21 the commitment of the national player.

At the European Championships, the newcomer from Hoffenheim underlined these hymns of praise with deeds and, by the way, pushed the boundaries a little further for himself.

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