Sports Gladbach-Transfer cheers BVB star Reyna
She hasn't missed a Colts home game since team came to Indy in 1984. Her streak will end Sunday.
Joanna Jokish has attended all 300 regular season and playoff Colts games in Indianapolis but won't be one of 2,500 there SundayJanuary 21, 2007. The Colts had trailed 21-6 at halftime, Tom Brady sauntering through the RCA Dome with his Hollywood smile. Peyton Manning grimacing with thoughts of the playoff choker jeers. One minute and seven seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. Colts, 38. Patriots, 34. Patriots have the ball.
The American Joe Scally is happy for his BVB buddy Gio Reyna. However, Scally will play for Gladbach in the future.
Joe Scally will move to Borussia Mönchengladbach on January 1, 2021.
The 17-year-old is currently still playing for New York City FC in the US MLS, is following his future club,, but apparently already intensively ( schedule).
The defender, who was the youngest player in New York's club history on Saturday, seems to be following a BVB compatriot: Gio Reyna, who hurt Gladbach with a good performance and his debut goal.
"Sheeshhhh", Scally wrote in an Instagram post from Reynas, in which Dortmund's shooting star was happy about the victory and his goal.
After Reyna replied that this performance had happened against Scally's (future) team, Scally laughed.
On Twitter, Scally shared another post from Reynas. In a few months, the American will probably be less likely to publicly celebrate his friend's brilliant achievements.
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