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Vitaly Janelt from the Premier League newcomer FC Brentfort sees clear differences in the style of soccer second divisions in Germany and England. "In Germany, the teams try to play. In England's 2. League are fighting and second wave in the foreground, "said the 23-year-old defensive midfielektur, who played 44 lots for FC Brentford in the Championship and the subsequent playoffs this season. In the 2nd Bundesliga Janelt had completed 53 games for VfL Bochum in the years before.
The native Hamburger, who lives in the Schleswig-Holstein municipality of Bargfeld-Stegen, reach the highest football class in a season of the rise in England's highest football class and the profit of the EM title with the German U21 national team. "I even rate the climb with Brentford a bit higher. The season I almost played completely, in the U21 only now and then, "Janelt said, who drews the team of national coach Joachim Löw at the currently running EM the semi-final.
About the rise of his ex-association VFL Bochum in the Bundesliga he was very happy, he said. Bundesliga and 2nd league pursues the former junior player of the Hamburg SV and RB Leipzig on the phone. He sees a participation in the Olympic Games skeptical. Janelt: "One goal would be. But I do not think that Brentford releases me. "
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