Christoph Dabrowski

Christoph Dabrowski polarize (. Krzysztof Dąbrowski; * 1. July 1978 in Katowice, Poland) is a Polish-German football player, who stands up to the end of the season 2005/06 with Hanover 96 under contract. Because of the running out contract it changes replace-free to the VfL Bochum, where it stands then until 2009 under contract.

Dabrowski came in the age of six years with its nut/mother to Berlin and applied already in the early Jugendalter as a large talent.

The high defensive midfield player began his career in Berlin with Hertha BSC, changed then to BFK Prussia Berlin and again to the 1. Fiber plastic beautiful mountain, before it changed then to the season 1997/1998 to Werder Bremen. After four years it changed then for 300.000 € to Arminia Bielefeld. After further two years it changed then for 450.000 € to the line to Hanover 96. At the beginning of the season 2005/2006 Dabro was, like it its fellow player calls, briefly before a transfer back to Bielefeld. This transfer burst then because of different demands for replacement. In the following year the master player signed then a three-year contract with the designate federal league on riser VfL Bochum, after one would not have really striven according to own data in Hanover around its whereabouts and it had found optimal Vorraussetzungen” in Bochum so literally, “.

In October 2005 the Polish football federation requested the Genehmingung , Dabrowski, which played already for the German U21-Nationalmannschaft and „the team 2006to be able to begin in the Polish national team with the FIFA. Dabrowski possesses the Polish and the German nationality. The FIFA decided however that Dabrowski for the Polish national team was not play-entitled.

In its career (conditions: 11. April 2006) denied Christoph Dabrowski 150 Erstliga as well as 30 secondary league plays and obtained thereby altogether eleven gates.

While it belongs constantly to the duel-strongest centre zone people of the federal league, its contributions are often criticized to the structure play.


 

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