At the age of 17, Justin Che stepped into FC Bayern Munich a few months ago to move to Germany from his home country, USA.
The youngster rushes at the club’s own FC Bayern Campus about the possibility of furthering its development FC Bayern TV: “It’s crazy for this logo on your chest. The club won the Champions League last year and currently it is the best club in the world.”
Over the past few weeks, the original Texans have established themselves in the second team of record champions. The defender, transferred as part of a partnership between Bayern and FC Dallas, has now made three appearances in the third division – his first move in professional football. (Service: schedule and results of 3 leagues)
Bayern Debut: “My heart was pumping”
Che will never forget Bayern’s first appearance for amateurs. “When the coach said that I was warming up before my debut, I was very happy. My job was great.” (Third class table)
Another decisive moment for Che, who holds both German and American passports, was the moment he learned of Bayern’s interest. “It was in the morning and my agent said to me: Justin, you are living in Germany with Bayern. I was completely upset. For me this is a huge opportunity. I will give everything to help the team. “
Davis’ career path as a role model
Central guards can look back on a mission for the US U16 team so far. At FC Bayern he is imitating his sporting role models Jerem Boateng and Alphonse Davis. Describing Davis’s similar background, Che said, “Alphonso is from Canada, has also played in MLS and is now one of the best lefties in the world.
Chris Richard, currently on loan at Hoffenheim, has not lost sight of Che. “Chris is like an older brother to me. He also comes from FC Dallas, was with Bayern and now plays the Bundesliga. Every young player in the region tries to follow the same path as he does. His Vikas gives me a lot of hope and inspiration., ”The defender stated clearly.