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After the rescue in Kiel, the months of tension fell away from the FC professionals. With a party until the early hours of the morning, the season also ended for Marius Wolf (26) – and with it his time at 1. FC Köln.

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The Wandervogel, borrowed from Borussia Dortmund, is currently recovering with Noch-FC colleague Jannes Horn on Mykonos, where they also go to the weight room together.

Overall, Wolf had certainly imagined the time at 1. FC Köln differently. “When the request came from FC, I was of course especially looking forward to the great performances in front of the full hut,” Wolf told EXPRESS. “Of course I would have loved to experience that. But even if it was a difficult season, I had a great time here in a great city and with a good team. “

Marius Wolf wants to assert himself at Borussia Dortmund

With his brace against Bielefeld, Wolf had banned the home game curse. It is impossible to imagine what would have been going on if the south curve had been fully occupied. But at least it worked with the happy ending in Kiel. “The pressure was huge, but it’s the job to withstand it. When it came down to it, we were always there and won surprising games. “

Against Leipzig and also with his employer Borussia Dortmund. Wolf has been a BVB fan since childhood and now wants to assert himself at Borussia for the third time. “I want to try again and assert myself under the new coach Marco Rose,” says Wolf about his future at the cup winners and Champions League club, the legend Lukas Piszczek (36) loses, the Pole hangs up his shoes.

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Wolf, who moved from Frankfurt to BVB in 2018 for five million euros and first loaned it to Hertha BSC and then to FC, is said to be a candidate for Rose after Thomas Meunier (29) and Felix Passlack (23) were unable to prevail.

Whatever his future looks like, Marius Wolf is particularly looking forward to a game in the coming season: “I firmly believe that we will soon be playing in front of spectators again. Then the game in Cologne will definitely be a highlight for me – even if I will probably not play it as an FC professional … “

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