Bundesliga: Leipzig star Szoboszlai now double boss Sports

A dream came true for Leipzig star Dominik Szoboszlai (25). In the international matches against Luxembourg (2-2) and Greece (2-1), the Hungarian was allowed to lead his team onto the pitch as captain for the first time. The crowning glory of a crazy autumn…

Under RB coach Marco Rose (46), Szoboszlai (arrived from Salzburg in January 2021 for 20 million euros) finally made his breakthrough.

From unsatisfied talent to indispensable top preparer! His record in Leipzig is impressive: he has twelve assists and two goals in 22 games this season for RB. Across all competitions, Szoboszlai is one of the best preparers in Europe – just behind Kevin De Bruyne (13 / Man City) and Messi (14 / Paris).

The secret of success? “Domi now knows that working is part of football. He’s playing very grown up now, very determined and oriented towards victory,” Marco Rose said recently about Szoboszlai.

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But the coach himself is also a crucial point in his development to become the boss on the pitch. With Rose’s arrival in Leipzig, Szoboszlai got a lot of playing time and trust – also because both know each other from Salzburg times.

As a 16-year-old he was already training the young Hungarian there and later made him a professional. Rose: “He has always been an outstanding footballer with incredible skills.”

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And Szoboszlai, who is already being compared to the legend Ferenc Puskás († 79) at home, is finally bringing it to the pitch.

Rose now has an apprentice

New Face at the Bulls! This week, Marie-Louise Eta (31) is observing as part of her pro license training in Leipzig.

Marie-Louise Eta (right) looked over Marco Rose's shoulder during training on Tuesday

Marie-Louise Eta (right) looked over Marco Rose’s shoulder during training on Tuesday

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Under her maiden name Bagehorn, the native of Dresden won the Champions League with Turbine Potsdam in 2010 and became U20 World Champion in the same year.

Eta is currently working for the DFB as an assistant coach for the U17 juniors.

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