At just three missions, Brindle comes in the running Bayern League season, has been replaced twice and once. With Pulley fights the midfielder in the South Season against the descent, after 20 games are only 16 points on the have side. We urgently need to get points to do nothing with the descent, says Bramble in the interview with DFB.DE.
The project manager of a sports marketing agency in Munich leads a second life for a few days a year. Brindle is international Liechtenstein, has accumulated 38 internationals for the A team. In his closet shook jerseys of World Champion Juan Matey (Spain), European Champion Marco Ferrari (Italy), Stephan Lightener (Switzerland), Martin Harris (Austria) and Sebastian Larsson (Sweden). At the small collection, Brindle is proud, he would like to add a DFB jersey on Thursday evening.
I have never set everything to the card professional football
If his choice falls to a Bavaria professional, he possibly hit it before. For one of our customers, I participate in partly with FC Bayern and its players, but of course can not know that I am nationalist of Liechtenstein, says Bramble with a smile. His first international match he has already denied in 2014, which is still very, very special against the World Champion of 2014.
After the missed first leg, in which Liechtenstein pulled more than well from the affair at the 0: 2, Brindle is looking forward to an absolute highlight. That it does not exist more often in his life is no problem for the amateur born in Vaduz. I ve never set everything to the card professional football, she admits Brindle, who celebrates his 30th birthday in January.
Opponents in the BayernLiga rarely knew that he, the 1.72 meter Liechtensteiner, is also international. Within my team, it all know. I will also like to be raised if I miss a promoter as a national player or when I m tunneled in training. But of course, there is also a lot of positive response, says Brindle.
That s pretty curious. But in the meantime it has almost become normal for me.
In general, the commuting between the two worlds, however, feel sometimes pretty crass. On the one day, I play somewhere in the village in the Bayernliga. Since we travel in your own car and drink after a victory maybe one or the other beer, describes Brindle: A few days later, the German national team in the stadium is in Wolfsburg of the opponent. We drive in the team bus to the Arena. Our movements are suddenly watched by numerous cameras and thousands of fans. And then it goes back to the amateur football. That s pretty curious. But in the meantime it has almost become normal for me.
Liechtenstein is in transition
In the World Cup qualification group J, Liechtenstein is at a point of eight games at a third -21 goal difference. The holiday application for a trip to Qatar can be Brindle, who came to the train in the qualified so far four times to the train, so save. That s why the result in Wolfsburg not the most important role plays. Rather, the project manager hopes a good performance and, that we can enjoy this special day.
Despite the already secured World Cup qualification, Liechtenstein does not need to stop gifts of the German team. But there is all the development in the foreground anyway: We are in transition and build a lot of young players. That takes some time, but will pay positively in the long term.
A performance — and above all a result — as in the first leg is not a matter of course. One must not forget that in our squad for the game against Germany, more amateurs will stand as professionals, says Brindle and refers to themselves. A commuter between the worlds.