Olympic medal winner wish his brother good luck for the debut

Jason Adjei and his brother Richard

They are brothers and they love American Football: Jason and Richard Adjei. While Richard was several years ago in the national team, the international career of brother Jason is just beginning on Saturday at the German-Japan Bowl in the ESPRIT arena in Düsseldorf.

For the 26-year-old Jason the nomination was a particular pleasure as the come back from a serious injury, concerning his carreer. "It's great that I can now finally be here and then also in my hometown, in my own home arena."

Brother Richard already knows the feeling to enter the field of the ESPRIT arena. The 27-year-old player was part of the NFL Europe team Rhein Fire. In the last three years, he works for a different career. With success. Because at the Olympic Games in Vancouver the model athlete  won a silver medal as a bobsledge brakeman with pilot Thomas Flohr. "I'm happy for Jason that he is now being rewarded for his hard work and comes to his international debut. But he will not simply have, Japan is Vice-Worldchampion and a very difficult opponent. "

Perhaps in the near future both take the german jersey together. "I have my football career never officially ended," said the Olympic athlete.

For Jason the game against Japan is certainly a very important step towards the European Championship which are held in July in Frankfurt. Germany will be there one of the favorites. After that certainly both can show their medal.

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