High above the clouds, national footballer Kevin Volland received a message from national football coach Joachim Löw – the crowning glory was his surprise nomination for the tournament shortly thereafter.
We are only following up with Monaco Paris Fly to the Cup Final. My phone was on airplane mode. When we landed, I got a voice message from Jogi Love The 28-year-old from AS Monaco from Bild am Sonntag said I should reach out.
After a good conversation, the national coach asked him, “If I feel like going to EM. Of course you say: Yes, sure! Internally, I was really happy: Now EM, how cool is that? A reward for the hard work in Monaco,” stressed the returnees of the team The patriot revealed with a laugh: Löw’s number, ‘still stored in’.
Voland is “very happy”
The nomination was “completely surprising” for him. Voland was “very happy and a little excited at the same time. When I told my brother, he jumped through Munich,” he said and admitted: “In the two years following the last nomination, I always wished, especially when he said the striker, who finished third in Ligue 1 with Monaco and coach Nico Kovac – And in qualifying for the Champions League “He got a good performance in the season, scored his goals and collected the scorer points.” For the first time since November 2016, he returned to the European Championship in the selection of the German Football Association.
“I’ve already called Stefan Koontz about the Olympics,” Volland revealed, but he’s now focused on the European Championship – without wanting everything. “After a break of four and a half years, I’m definitely not saying I should play every game from the start,” said a former professional player at Hoffenheim and Leverkusen. “After a few days, I noticed here: the teamwork is great, the composition of the team fits in very well,” said Voland, praising the team spirit at the Seefeld training camp.
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