The Karlsruhe SC goalkeeper Luca Boleyn has signed for SV Waldo Mannheim. The 26-year-old Boleyn played in six games for Karlsruhe’s first team this season and was also honored with the captain’s armband.
A great option to the uninhabited placement in the placement of the full-back, states Mannheim’s handling supervisor Sport Tim Short, explaining the dedication of 20-year-old Boleyn, that spent his whole young people at Karlsruhe SC.
With a small exception: In the 2021/2022 period, Boleyn was awarded to 1. FC Nuremberg for one year, where the native of Feinberger completed 13 games in the local league Bayern.
Boleyn returned to Baden last summer season, but the left foot did not actually contribute.
In the first half of the season, which the KSC ended in 13th place, Boleyn only concerned a short project in the 1: 2 defeat against Darmstadt.
Boleyn looked around for a new club and also was welcomed to a test training session by SV Waldo Mannheim.
There, Boleyn has apparently had an excellent perception because the start of the winter months’ preparation, the third department group now made him under contract.
We had the ability to take a close consider Luca in the previous training week, stated Short, who describes Boleyn as technically well-educated, very ambitious as well as lively.
According to a club statement, the left-back himself is now expecting an interesting time as well as certainly much more game method.
In Mannheim, Boleyn now chooses Alexander Russian right into the battle around the normal area in the back left.