Toni Kroos

Toni Kroos | Success Moment & Journey

The number 8 has always been a special Jersey number from Scholes’ to Lampard’s to Gerrard’s and plenty other greats who’ve worn it, the midfield maestro who has silently won trophies for the Germans for Madrid the former Bayern Munich midfielder has done it all. The one man Mannschaft, Toni kroos is as perfect a midfielder as they come.

 

The tall (6 feet) griefs weld born box to box real Madrid midfielder is an example of German efficiency, with his Aryan looks, he is a sight to behold while ambling gracefully as he does. As for him growing, he has had a good life, with his father a coach of Hansa Rostock, both he and younger brother Felix literally found at home, their first coach.

 

A sensation since a very young age, Toni Kroos has seen and done it all, a starter for Bayern at 17, before being loaned out to Bayer Leverkusen to develop as he should. The former winner of the under 17 world cup golden ball, the youngster was named as the best player at the under 17 euros too.

 

The three-time member of the Fifa Pro team of the year is an important cog in the German machine and to date the only east German player to win the title.

 

A member of the 2010 world cup squad, Toni kroos came of age at the 2012 European championship and blossomed at the 2014 world cup. The leader in terms of assists at the tournament was awarded the IFFHS best playmaker of 2017.

Toni Kroos

The father of Leon and Amelie, kroos tied the knot with his long-term girlfriend Jessica Farber in 2015 and lady luck has only smiled at him since.

 

He began his career at the local Gries better before moving to the youth setup at Hansa Rostock, eventually ending up at the Bayern setup. only 16 At the time. Kroos made a brilliant start to his Bundesliga career, coming on as a substitute against Cottbus and providing for Miroslav Klose, 2 assists within 18 minutes. A month later he condemned red star Belgrade to a European defeat, with a goal and an assist, even after coming on as an 81st-minute substitute.That evening, for the world, in the form of the (then) youngest Bayern player.a star was born.

 

But like all young stars, Toni Kroos too needed time to shine and was loaned out to Hannover in 2009 for a season and a half, to much-needed needed game time. His season-ending figures of 9 goals and 13 assists, pointing to a bright future.

 

For the Germans, with legends like Schweinsteiger on the pitch, his 2010 world cup experience was limited to short but assured substitute appearances. His next world stage was the 2012 euros where he was again used as a utility substitute in all the games, most notably against Italy where was delegated the task of containing Pirlo, one which he failed miserably at, and the world literally noticed.

 

By the next, (2014 world cup), Toni kroos, now a regular starter. Had a huge reputation created and his performance, be it the goals against Russia or assists and all-around game of weaving together and holding the Germans ‘ game together, or dropping back when required, or covering every blade of grass on the field, using his height on corners, he was everywhere .in a hugely talented Die Mannschaft team it really is tough to stand out in the number 8 position , but Toni remained the highlight throughout the tournament .

Toni Kroos

Nicknamed ‘Garcom’, by the Brazilians, meaning waiter, for the precise passes he delivers, Kroos at the club level we know after his successful stint at Hannover moved back to Bayern to deliver better quality on the pitch.

 

Partnered at Bayern by Bastian Schweinsteiger with runs of Robben, Ribery, and Mueller waiting to be found the German was at his incisive best. He played a major influence in their 2012-13 treble winning season the furthest man forward in a 3 man midfield with Schweinsteiger and Martinez behind him Mueller was at speedy best until the Champions League quarter-final against Juventus where he got injured, missing the rest of the season.

 

The 2014-15 season obviously was not as good as winning the treble, further fruits of those victories taking them to the club world cup, and along the way the German cup too.

 

The superstar, after winning everything that could be won, took the next step up, he became a ‘Galactico’ , member of an exclusive club, he became the kingpin for Real Madrid. The richest club, with the biggest stars, where his talents could be better used, he joined Madrid in 2014, a stellar season with the club, saw them go on a 22 game winning streak late in the season, also winning the Uefa Supercup and the club world cup along the way.

Instrumental in the club’s Champions League triumph Kroos became the first German to win the trophy with two different clubs. Both he and Real Creating history when Madrid defended their title the next year.

 

The young midfielder from Greifswald has come a pretty long way, from his young days.the tall gangly midfield player has now developed into a maestro  already a modern great , Toni Kroos is sprinting towards greater greatness at the age of only 27, the grounded, father of two, having won the La Liga, the Spanish cup, the bundesliga, the German cup, the Champions League, the under 17 world cup, the senior world cup, the club world cup, and.. many of these multiple times, has a The number 8 has always been a special Jersey number from scholes’ to lampards to Gerrard’s and plenty other greats who’ve worn it, the midfield maestro who has silently won trophies for the Germans for Madrid the former Bayern Munich midfielder has done it all. the one man Mannschaft, Toni Kroos is as perfect a midfielder as they come.

 

The tall (6 feet) Greifswald born box to box real Madrid midfielder is an example of German efficiency, with his Aryan looks, he is a sight to behold while ambling gracefully as he does. As for him growing, he has had a good life, with his father a coach of  Hansa Rostock, both he and younger brother Felix literally found at home, their first coach.

 

A sensation at a very young age, Toni Kroos has seen it all and done it all, a starter for Bayern at 17, before being loaned out to Bayer Leverkusen to develop as he should. The former winner of the under 17 world cup golden ball, the youngster was named as the best player at the under 17 euros too.

 

The three-time member of the Fifa  Pro team of the year is an important cog in the German machine, and to date the only east German player to win the title.

 

A member of the 2010 world cup squad, Toni came of age at the 2012 European championship, and blossomed at the 2014 world cup. The leader in terms of assists at the tournament was awarded the IFFHS best playmaker of 2017.

 

The father of Leon and Amelie, Toni tied the knot with his long-term girlfriend Jessica Farber in 2015 and lady luck has only smiled at him since.

 

He began his career at the local griesweller before moving to the youth setup at Hansa Rostock, eventually ending up at the Bayern setup. only 16 At the time. Toni Kroos made a brilliant start to his Bundesliga career, coming on as a substitute against Cottbus and providing for Miroslav Klose, 2 assists within 18 minutes. A month later he condemned red star Belgrade to a European defeat, with a goal and an assist, even after coming on as a 81st-minute substitute.That evening, for the world, in the form of the (then) youngest Bayern player.a star was born.

 

But like all young stars, Toni too needed time to shine and was loaned out to Hannover in 2009 for a season and a half, to gain much-needed game time. His season-ending figures of 9 goals and 13 assists, pointing to a bright future.

 

For the Germans, with legends like Schweinsteiger on the pitch, his 2010 world cup experience was limited to short but assured substitute appearances. His next world stage was the 2012 euros where he was again used as a utility substitute in all the games, most notably against Italy where was delegated the task of containing Pirlo, one which he failed miserably at, and the world literally noticed.

 

By the next, (2014 world cup),kroos, now a regular starter. Had a huge reputation created and his performance, be it the goals against Russia or assists and all-around game of weaving together and holding the Germans ‘ game together, or dropping back when required, or covering every blade of grass on the field, using his height on corners, he was everywhere .in a hugely talented Die Mannschaft team it really is tough to stand out in the number 8 position , but Toni remained the highlight throughout the tournament .

 

Nicknamed ‘Garcom’, by the Brazilians, meaning waiter, for the precise passes he delivers, Toni Kroos at the club level we know after his successful stint at Hannover moved back to Bayern to deliver better quality on the pitch.

 

Partnered at Bayern by Bastian Schweinsteiger with runs of Robben, Ribery, and Mueller waiting to be found the German was at his incisive best. He played a major influence in their 2012-13 treble winning season the furthest man forward in a 3 man midfield with Schweinsteiger and Martinez behind him Mueller was at speedy best until the Champions League quarter-final against Juventus where he got injured, missing the rest of the season.

 

The 2014-15 season obviously was not as good as winning the treble, further fruits of those victories taking them to the club world cup, and along the way the German cup too.

 

The superstar, after winning everything that could be won, took the next step up, he became a ‘Galactico’, member of an exclusive club, he became the kingpin for Real Madrid. The richest club, with the biggest stars, where his talents could be better used, he joined Madrid in 2014, a stellar season with the club, saw them go on a 22 game winning streak late in the season, also winning the Uefa Supercup and the club world cup along the way.

 

Instrumental in the club’s Champions League triumph Kroos became the first German to win the trophy with two different clubs. Both he and his Real Creating history when Madrid defended their title the next year.

 

The young man from griefs weld has had a thrilling journey, to say the least. The Aryan looking gangly midfield player has since become a modern legend. Winner of the Bundesliga, the La Liga, the club world cup, the FIFA world cup, the Spanish and the German cups, he has also lifted the UEFA Champions League with Bayern and Real. A quick runner with the ball, he is a great passer of the ball, adept at passing it both short and long, the father of two can play well with both feet but has a thunderous right when it comes to shooting from range, he uses his head for purposes other than picking up passes too. With his understanding of the game, he has made many a run, to score crucial goals when it mattered.

 

He is also blessed with an effervescent smile, rarely displayed. A non-controversial player, Toni Kroos has been and I hope continues to be the modern great he is, and keep building on his legacy. He is a gift to football and we hope he keeps going as he is