Ex-Dynamo ex Lucas Rosser replaces SGD loanee Phil Harris and moves to the top club in the regional league
By Florian Mintelly
Ulm – Powerful transmission of birds! SSV Ulm 1846 lured striker Lucas Röser (28) from 1. FC Kaiserslautern to the Danube.
The former Dinamo Dresden striker signed, on Sunday, a two-year contract with the largest club from the Sudwest region until June 30, 2024, the club announced on its website.
The 28-year-old former attacking player’s worksheet in the second division, promotion and relegation SGD opponent, has expired. So the fee was not due.
“Lucas has an excellent education, brings a lot of experience and complements our attack,” said Marcus Thiele (40), managing director of SSV in an official statement from Ulm.
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The goalkeeper, who was born in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, also said: “I am very grateful for the confidence the club has given me and I am looking forward to the new challenge. It is the time for me to attack fully. Once again. I want to help the team and the club achieve as much as possible. of success.”
Rosser will wear the number nine shirt for second in the table this past regional league season and thus follow in the footsteps of Phil Harris (20).
Playing the same little scissors dynamo during his loan With 17 goals in 41 games, then it was black and yellow Request to return a year earlier than originally planned.
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Lukas Rosser had his best time at SG Sonnenhof Großaspach and Dynamo Dresden
Now the more experienced former Dresdner should take over the vacated charge in Spatzen’s offensive game and contribute as many stalls as possible to the new promotion bid after SSV only missed out on going into League Three, but eventually SV 07 Elversberg went first he had to leave .
Rosser trained at 1. FSV Mainz 05 and moved to the second team at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim in 2014. However, his breakthrough in professional football came only as a result of his transfer to SG Sonnenhof Großaspach.
During the 2016/17 third division season, the striker scored 14 goals in 34 matches at Dorfklopp and provided five assists, which sparked the interest of the Elbflorenz sports community.
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Rosser then lived two variable years in the capital of Saxony. Although he scored 14 goals in 57 official matches, he lacked consistency to prove himself on a regular basis.
However, Dynamo fans especially should love his 2-3 win Armenia Bielefeld We remember her favorably on February 23, 2018.
Lukas Rosser missed the promotion year at 1. FC Kaiserslautern due to injury
Shortly before the end of the 2019 summer transfer window, the right-footed player finally made the move to the Red Devils, but his Palatinate career didn’t really want to over speed, which did not change on loan to Türkgücü Munich.
In a total of 40 matches for the FCK team, he only found the back of the net six times, and also scored four goals for his teammates.
To make matters worse, Rossler tore his cruciate ligament during a preparatory match in June 2021 and thus missed Lotterer’s entire promotion season.
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