Miroslav Klose: biography and career of a football player
Football player Miroslav Klose was born in a family of professional athletes. His mother, Barbara, played for the Polish national handball team and played 82 games for her. Father, Józef Klose, was also a professional footballer in his time who gave great hopes. He played for the French club Auxerre.
Miroslav Klose moved with his family to live in Germany when he was just over eight years old. Schooling was given to the young man with great difficulty. He was even transferred from the fourth grade to the second grade, since he was very poor in German.
The beginning of a professional career
Miroslav Klose started his career path at the German football club Blaubach-Didelkopf, but he did not play for this team for very long. In 1999, Miroslav enters another German club, Homburg.
Despite the fact that his parents insisted on learning Miroslav carpentry craft, the guy did not lose hope of becoming a professional football player. He continued to play in the lower league.Thanks to good performance, representatives of the Kaiserslautern football club drew attention to him, where he first took part in the Bundesliga matches.
However, no one believed that an athlete who first spoke in the Bundesliga at the age of twenty-two years could ever become a football star. In addition, the team coach (at the time) Otto Rehhagel regarded him as a player in the middle of the field, not the central striker. But he did not lose hope and just did his job.
The new coach Andreas Brehme, who replaced Rehhagel, moved the player to the position of an attacker, thanks to which the number of goals scored by Miroslav began to grow.
Performance for the national team of Germany
His first goal, made in the gate, “Bremen”, the player noted that he had made a flip forward. Since then, it has become his hallmark, thanks to which he gained individuality.
With his success in 2001, Miroslav Klose was very interested in the coach of the Polish national team, who intended to get a player to his team. Considering Miro’s nationality and his problems with the German language, the Polish coach Jerzy Engel was counting on his agreement, but suddenly Miroslav refused him.
It turned out that Rudi Feller, who headed the German national team at the time, had already convinced the player that the German national team would need it.
In the same 2001, the player brought victory to the Germans in a match with the Albanian national team, and then scored goals in several more games.
The transition to the "Bremen"
In 2004, Klose moved from Kaiserslautern to another German club, Werder. He did not immediately began to occupy a leading position in the team, but as soon as this happened, he immediately became the best. The 2005/2006 season was marked for a football player by the fact that he became the Bundesliga top scorer, scoring 25 goals and taking part in 26 matches.
In the same year, the goalkeeper received his first award for fair play.
In the game against Arminia, Miro ran into a goalkeeper, for which a penalty was awarded. However, he managed to convince the referee that he was the first at the ball and there is no violation of the rules. Thanks to this act, the footballer became a real German hero. Subsequently, he has repeatedly demonstrated his exceptional honesty and decency.
The transition to the “Bavaria”, which occurred in 2007, was not marked by great success for the player.He was not lucky enough to show his abilities to the full. In addition, he was constantly bothered by the increased attention of the press and television. Instead of noisy parties, he always preferred home comfort.
However, he managed to celebrate at the next World Cup, where he received a medal and scored 4 goals.
Club "Lazio" and 2014 World Cup
In 2011, the football player decides to move to Italy and play for the Lazio club in Rome. Apparently, the change of atmosphere had a positive effect on the player and he began to shine again, becoming one of the key players of the Roman club.
In the 2014 World Cup, the footballer took part in great shape. The performance at this largest football event marked the peak of Miroslav Klose’s football career. Germany became the world champion, and Miro announced his intention to complete his career as a football player.
Completing your gaming career
After leaving the national team of the German national team in the status of top scorer (71 goal), he still returned to her, but not as a player. Now Miroslav Klose is a coach. More precisely, an internship for a coaching position in the national team of Germany.
Miroslav Klose,whose biography is very interesting and fascinating, is a vivid example of how not having outstanding talents and good education, you can achieve unprecedented heights with the help of perseverance, honesty and exhausting workouts, making your dreams a reality. Today, he personifies honesty, decency and perseverance in football, his actions are a vivid example of the fact that, contrary to popular opinion about football players, there are decent players in this sport for whom honesty and adherence to the rules of the game are above their own advantage.