In the summer of 2006, Munich 1860 was looking for talents from the region. 14-year-old Liridon Krasniki also appeared. But not for kicking. “My boys wanted to steal something in the booth while the others were training,” Krasnicki said. Mercury. It turned out differently: Krasniki participates in pilot training under a pseudonym – the only one who was able to persuade.
The intervening period in the ’60s was as short as it was then in the youth of Bayern Munich and Nuremberg. Traveling abroad helped Kosovars grow. Krasniki had to learn many times the hard way; For example when he signed a young professional contract with Slavia Prague without knowing the details and as a result he received only 400 euros per month.
The 1.92-meter-tall midfielder is now making a living in Malaysia, is an official fan and favourite, plays for the Malaysia national team and has nearly a million followers on Instagram.
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