At 32-years-old, Thomas Broich is one of the more experienced players in the Brisbane Roar line-up. Arriving in 2010 from German club FC Nuremberg it didn’t take long for the midfielder to make his mark in Australia.
At 32, Thomas Broich is one of the more experienced players in the Brisbane Roar line-up. Arriving in 2010 from German club FC Nuremberg it didn-t take long for the midfielder to make his mark in Australia.
The German wasted no time at all slotting seamlessly into the Hyundai A-League, quickly becoming one of the competition-s most dangerous players with his sublime footwork, pinpoint crosses and endless energy. With six goals and 14 assists, including two in the Grand Final, Broich was a worthy winner of Brisbane Roar-s prestigious Gary Wilkins Award for Player of the Year in the 2010/11 season.
In the 2011/12 season, Broich won the Johnny Warren Player of the Year medal for best player in the Hyundai A-League, along with the Foreign Player of the Year award as he lead the Roar to back-back grand final victories.
2010-11 32 Appearances 6 Goals 14 Assists 2011-12 20 Appearances 3 Goals 5 Assists 2012-13 28 Appearances 2 Goals 11 Assists
2000-01: SpVgg Unterhaching (Germany) 2001-03: SV Wacker Burghausen (Germany) 2004-06: Borussia Monchengladbach (Germany) 2006-09: FC Koln (Germany) 2009-10: FC Nuremberg (Germany)
2002-04: Germany Under-21 7 Appearances
The Foxtel A-League All Stars will give their fans a chance to see them go through their paces in an open training session on Sunday 14 July as the side prepares to take on the might of Manchester United.
To attend the session you will need to register your interest here