Resident Wants to Take Off: First Lotte, Someday Canada

Resident Wants to Take Off: First Lotte, Someday Canada

Masih Vaase is also a free kick specialist. Photo: Feroze

Sportfreunde Lotte has been able to fall back on a very experienced player for two games. Masih Vase recently joined the club from Regionalliga West and wants to get back in shape.

Imke Wubenhorst, Trainer of the Hardcore Lotte, Wanted to add a veteran player to his team for some time. He received it in late October. Massey Vase signed a contract in Lotte on October 29, 2020 until December 31, 2020..

In any case, the 32-year-old is lacking in experience: the German-Canadian made 29 appearances in the third division (eight goals, four assists), among other things. He was on the pitch 218 times in Regionalliga West, Southwest and South (44 goals, 61 assists).

He experienced his best season in the 2017–2018 series, when he drew strings in the midfield for SC Paderborn in the 3D division and made a major contribution to the promotion of SCP in the 2nd Bundesliga at the end of the season. Later the march through 1 Bundesliga should follow. But without all Was resident, Who was one of the best central midfielders in the third division season 17/18.

“They work very well at Paderborn. We had an incredibly great team back then. It was an honor to be a part of it. Of course, I loved playing in the 2nd Bundesliga. But everything after the promotion Too stupid for me. “, Tells the former Schalke junior player to the contrary RevierSport. Was resident Further: “Previously I had been absent for a long time due to a back injury. Last year I tensed my Achilles tendon. It was a bad time. Fortunately, my mother came from Canada and helped me a lot. With a broken Achilles tendon, you can hardly do anything. It is very difficult to cope with this alone. But my mother was there for me during these difficult times. “

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Residents see their future in canada

After two inauspicious years and only nine appearances on the SC Paderborn League team, Vaase’s three-year contract with former Westphalia expired last summer. Since late October he has been able to look forward again and is now on contract at Lotte. “First, by the end of the year. Let’s see if I can continue or switch. First of all, I just want to be healthy and play football,” he explains.

Played two games over 77 minutes Was resident For sports fans already. “2: 2 against Burgess Gladbach and 1: 2 in Strahlen were disappointing. We just have to score against these opponents. The same applies next Saturday against Homberg,” the midfielder emphasized.

During his long injury period Was resident Also plenty of time to think about what will happen after football. Here he is in a fortunate position that the family business is booming. Was resident, Who came to Germany at the age of six, reveals: “We run a car business near Vancouver in Canada. My name runs the company. If football doesn’t go any further, I’ll end up and help. So I am going to do it. I am not worried about my future, but I want to achieve a lot in football. I hope to have some good years ahead of me. “

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