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Newcomer from Oceania, Bjorn Jobbik, is here in 2021 in the shirt of his former club Victoria 1889 Berlin. © Michael Hunt

Kickers Offenbach have made the next newcomer clear. Bjorn Juebeck of the 1889 Victoria Club moves from Berlin to southeast Hesse.

Offenbach – It’s going fast in the OFC. Following the commitment of Hertha Berlin’s Julian Albrecht, announced by Offenbach’s Kickers on Wednesday (April 15), the regional league team has now made the next reinforcements to their midfield clear. As announced by the club on Thursday (June 16), Bjorn Jobbik has transferred from FC Viktoria 1889 Berlin to the southeast of Hesse.

With the new signing, Kickers Offenbach underscores promotion ambitions under coach Alexander Schmidt. Jopek brought with him the experience of 58 matches in the second German league and 125 matches in the third division. Recently, it ranked 17th in the third highest score in Germany with Victoria Berlin.

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The 28-year-old made 33 appearances, and Björn Jobbik took part in three matches in the Berlin Cup. In total, the Oceania newcomer scored four goals and six assists last season. He has a soccer house in the middle of the field.

Born in Berlin, Jobbik rose from youth stage to professional team 1. FC Union Berlin in 2012. After moving to Arminia Bielefeld in 2016, he was also under contract with Chemnitzer FC, Würzburger Kickers and Hallesches FC. Now it should inspire Kickers fans at Bieberberg in Offenbach.

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“I’m really looking forward to playing with a really great team again and being able to play on the field with real emotion again,” Jobbik said in a statement distributed by the OFC. “I attached great importance to that.” At Offenbach, he wanted to help the club “get back to where it belongs, namely in professional football.”

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Matthias Georg, managing director of OFC, said: “Bjorn Jobbik will enrich our team with his experience and was immediately excited about Kickers. With his overall presentation and quality of passing, he can take on a leadership role and be an important factor in achieving our goals.” (red/ag)

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