For the upcoming season, the Troisdorf Regional Jets can look forward to the aid of a US-American. With Brian Gessel the Troisdorfer Footballer have found an experienced coach for the youth field, which is also acting as a quarterback at the Seniors.
A native of Southern California Gessel has already gained plenty of experience in Europe. He stood as the Bolzano Giants (Italy), the Badalona Dracs (Spain) and the Clermont Ferrant servals (France) with his football knowledge. In France, lives with his life companion, from which he came directly from a few days ago. “Of course, we followed up with our inquiries about Brian before and since a few irritating things came to light,” says Jets Club President Eric groats Bach , “In his two previous guest appearances in Germany he was apparently not very lucky.” The Lübeck Seals and the Kirchdorf Wildcats have already sent Gessel after a few games back home. It was a bad attitude to the team and a lack of integration of the question. “I have a long talk with him about it and he told me his view of things. As always there are two sides of the same coin, “says Bach groats. “Brian wanted to coach again in Germany and play, he has experience, talent and is in top shape physically. Why should we not give him a fair chance? ” The 30-year-old American has already completed the first training sessions with his new Jets team and becomes familiar with their game systems. Shortly after his arrival in Germany he was allowed to get to know his bodyguards for the upcoming season. The offensive line was called the Jets Brian Gessel in his new team with a dinner welcome. His first official football forward Gessel has with the U19 of the jets that hit on March 21 on this day in preparation in Solingen on the Steelers , Self is the new quarterback on 28 March 2015 to the field. Then the Troisdorf Jets meet in their first preseason game on the Mönchengladbach Wolfpack (KO 18 clock, Agger stadium). A second preseason game follows on Easter Sunday in Montabaur against the Fighting Farmers before mid-April starts the Regional season.
Next Rangers newcomer is Joseph Chatman. Joe is a versatile player who is together with Markus Gärtner and the Rangers a strong offensive. He will also set the tone in the defense and special teams.
Joe began his college football career at Fullerton Junior College in California, where he latched on to running back. Joe had 1,572 yards in only 10 games and scored 16 touchdowns. At Midwestern State University in Division II, he continued his college career and subsequently received an invitation to the NFL Regional Combine.
In 2011 he moved to Germany in the GFL 2 to the Kirchdorf Wildcats, where he added nearly 900 yards in just 7 games. The following year he showed his skills on the other side of the ball. As safety and cornerback he provided for the Munich Cowboys 8 tackles and 290 all purpose yards in 2012. In 2013, he focused on his strengths as a running back for the Starnberg Argonauts in the GFL 2 and 2014 in the Regionalliga Süd.
“Joe gives our offense many options and will make it hard to figure us out,” said offensive coordinator Julian Saisset-Roche.
Source: Munich Rangers
New York Lions again this season is projected to have the strongest backfield in the GFL and possibly Europe. American David McCants will be the main ball carrier, with 1,209 yards in 2014 David was among the best ball carriers in the GFL while sharing carries.
The 27 year-old, 1.73 meters wide and 87 kg speedy McCants, last season was one of the main players in the attack of the Brunswick Head Coach
Mexico scored a TD on the opening kickoff and a 2-point conversion. Despite turning the ball over on a fumble, Mexico displayed balance on offense and the ability to move the ball against Tacoma. The Trauma was able to drive the ball into Mexico territory but came away scoreless.
Mexico took flight, scoring touchdowns on an 82-yard bomb at the start of the quarter and a 60-yard strike at the end of the 2nd quarter. Tacoma finally got on the scoreboard with a 2-yard TD rush and a 2-pt conversion before the half.
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Mexico scored twice more in the third quarter to dominate the game. The Mexican All-Star Women’s Football Team rebounded from a 40-8 loss to the Seattle Majestics two days ago with a resounding victory today over the Tacoma Trauma Women’s Football Team 64-8. They made spectacular plays in the passing game including an 82-yard touchdown score. Mexico is now 2-1 all time against Women’s Football Alliance opponents. They defeated the Austin Outlaws Women’s Footballteam 30-20 last year.
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