Dausch, Martin. Throws away the Doubts, puts the art in.11/4/2014 18:30
Martin Dausch would have been forgiven by many for being pissed off at the way this season has gone for him. That he hasn’t been, publicly at least, bitching and whining and fussing and fighting about the paucity of options in an FC Union side struggling to break down defences is of great credit to the man. But then we all knew he seemed like a nice bloke, as well as an old fashioned player who uses the channels and try to carve gaps into defences unsure of his movements.
Dausch has stayed quiet and kept doing his hard work. It must have hurt when he will have expected to be the fulcrum after his move to Berlin. He has watched Benjamin Kohler take his place and Sören Brandy all the plaudits. He has watched Torsten Mattuschka summon up another inexplicable continuation of his autumn years as he sat, sat and watched and trained and waited for his chance. Martin Dausch was often unsmiling, but he did so without petulance. read full article