Johnson sees European League as an alternative to NFL

The German Football Professional Jakob Johnson sees an important alternative for talents in the European League of Football (ELF), which does not change to the North American NFL as sooner or later.

“I think the success of the eleven is important because they give talents a perspective who are not interested in or not certain conditions to make money in the US,” said the player of the New England Patriots.

“It is important that there is a league in Europe, in the guys who study or have a job, with the Professional Jakobs can make money. Even if it’s just a bit,” says the 27-year-old.

“Otherwise, at some point the time when you invest the whole time you invest in training, and all the injuries you take into account, no longer reindeer. If you are family father sometime, you just can not do so much time in Investing the Professional Jakob if nothing comes back from the Professional Jakob. “

The eleven, whose second season starts in June, is in competition at 1979 founded and located in the American Football Association Germany (AFVD) Himmed German Football League (GFL).

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This accuses the competitor to have lost players, coaches and teams through him. “I see the ball clearly on the side of the AFVD and the GFL, together with the eleven a solution to find as it goes on,” said Johnson, who is a partner of the ELF team Stuttgart Surge.

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“The elf has shown that they are currently just an exciting product,” says the Schwabe. “I myself played in the GFL. I’m through Stuttgart Scorpion through and through,” said Johnson, who aligns a junior camp in his hometown on April 10th.

“From the clubs in Germany strong youth work is d1. But what the professional site is concerned is currently the eleven on the train.”

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