Rottweil. Der in Rottweil geborene Joshua Kimmich hat gestern gegen Italien nicht so gut gespielt, trotzdem ist er in der Fußballwelt sehr bekannt geworden. Eine australische Zeitung nennt ihn durchaus lobend „the little man from Rottweil“. Der Textausschnitt:
Joshua Kimmich is perhaps the most sterling example of Germany’s new un-Germanness: a 5’9” wisp of a boy who looks better suited as a Justin Bieber backup dancer than his role as the new Philipp Lahm.
At just 21 years old, the little man from Rottweil is not only supremely technically gifted, and able to play in a multitude of positions and formations comfortably, but possesses an icily calm demeanour, stepping up to stroke his penalty home without a second blink. Kimmich was made famous after Pep Guardiola decided to give him a very loud and intense individual training session in front of 81,000 Dortmund fans directly after a fantastic performance at the heart of the Bayern defence, completely nullifying the mercurial Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on the day.
Kimmich, like many of his national team, has benefited not only from the newly instituted systems in place in Deutschland, but from the direct tutelage of Pep Guardiola, with his obsessive attention to tactical systems aiding their seamless shift…
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