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Former captain: Felix Kroos complains about “a lot of bad decisions” at 1. FC Union

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Former captain: Felix Kroos complains about “a lot of bad decisions” at 1. FC Union

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Felix Kroos complains about “a lot of bad decisions” at 1. FC Union

Status: 23.04.2024 | Reading time: 3 minutes

Felix Kroos is one of the promotion heroes at 1. FC Union – and enjoys a high reputation. That doesn’t stop him from taking a critical look at his former club. The problems of the Bundesliga club, which is threatened with relegation, are of their own making.

He played for 1. FC Union Berlin for four years. He was even captain at one point – and saw promotion to the Bundesliga in 2019. Felix Kroos, who played for the Berliners from 2016 to 2020, enjoys a high reputation at Union. The brother of world champion Toni Kroos played over 100 games for Union, which is currently in 14th place in the Bundesliga table – just two points away from relegation place.

Despite the danger of relegation, which exists four match days before the end of the season, Kroos continues to believe that his former club will stay in the league. Nevertheless, he now clearly criticized the team’s performance.

“The most important thing is, of course, that you still have everything in your own hands. That is very clear. Nevertheless, the way they have been playing over the last few weeks and months is worrying,” said Kroos in Berlin on the sidelines of the Sepp Herberger Awards ceremony: “Even where they scored points, that wasn’t for me convincing.” There has been a negative development for months. “It’s giving me a bit of a headache, I have to say.”

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“I am convinced that they can do it,” says Felix Kroos

Kroos was referring to recent games in which Union had lost what appeared to be a comfortable cushion. In the coming weeks there will be direct duels with competitors Borussia Mönchengladbach (April 28th), VfL Bochum (May 5th) and 1. FC Köln (May 11th).

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Kroos is now relying on the power of the environment. He knows “that especially in such moments, in such phases, the strength of the entire club and the fans is bundled again. I am still convinced that they will make it,” said the 33-year-old: “Nevertheless, I hope that a lot of lessons will be learned from this season because I believe that a lot of wrong decisions were made.”

His brother Toni’s comeback “wowed the masses”

Referring to his brother, who plays for Real Madrid, Felix Kroos said that his brother Toni’s comeback had contributed significantly to the anticipation of the European Championship in Germany. The 33-year-old was impressed by “how much he inspired the crowds, how he brought the football country together a little bit and how he made a significant contribution with his person, that the anticipation and the optimism are there again. “

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After a break of almost three years, national coach Julian Nagelsmann brought the 2014 world champion back to the national team in February. The anticipation for the home tournament has been even greater since then, said Felix Kroos. “You’re just up for a great summer, a good atmosphere in the country, a community in the country. I believe that should be the biggest goal, that we find each other on all levels, not just athletically, but also socially.”

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