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Celebrated as Penalty Hero: Former Schalke won titles in the United States

Former Schalke Patrick Rakovsky won the Orange County SC Championship in the second American Football Professional League.

Ex Salki– Goalkeeper Patrick Rakovsky Won the second American Professional Football League Championship with Orange County SC. Former Schalke and N நrnberger won the final of the USL Championship against Tampa Bay Rowdies 3: 1 (3: 0).

In Schalke Nappensmide Rakovsky also saw victories that were once celebrated. Schalke U19, he was runner-up in the Budensliga West (2011) and was a two-time winner of the Westphalia Cup. At the time he was considered a great talent, the U15 DFB juniors to the U20 were denied from a total of 15 games.

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Orange County, the first league title in the club’s history. Penalty in the 19th minute 0: 0 Rakovsky was dismissed on account of the goal. 28-year-old his final match on the way to hero: Oakland Roots against the Western Conference semifinals (6: 5 iE) to San Antonio FC against the conference’s final major penalty suttaip won (5: 3 iE) the enemy’s last attempt of his goal missed.

For that Former Schalke Another station in Irvine, California, dedicated to a wonderful life. Sauerland Drolshagen He started playing football. When the family moved to the Czech Republic in 1999, he played youth among other Sporta and Slavia Prague. From there we went to Jelsenkirsen in 2007 at Nab Forge and finally from Salki in 2011 to 1. FC Nuremberg. It was Rakovskys’ first professional contract, 20 August 2011 when he left for Dortmund to play in the game.

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This was followed by engagements in Belgium (Lear’s SK) and Finland (FC Lahti), where he has been playing for Orange County SC since that year with his American wife before leaving for their home country. He still loves returning to the Bundesliga, but at no cost. “I’m not going to be the fourth goalkeeper at Schalke or the second goalkeeper at FC Cincinnati to get some more money.”