Abraham moves back to Argentina to play at his country club

Mon 18 January 2021 | 0:46

“The atmosphere in the stadium, the passion of the fans, it is something that reminds me of Argentina." He said.

David Abraham

moves back to Argentine after almost eight years playing at

Eintracht Frankfurt


He admired his club that felt like home to him:

“The atmosphere in the stadium, the passion of the fans, it is something that reminds me of Argentina. In January 2013 my first game in Germany was with Hoffenheim in Frankfurt. I watched the fans and the scenery from the bench - it was incredible, incredible. The whole game they created the mood and pushed their team forward. I thought: "Man, it would be a great thing to play for Eintracht one day."

He used to play for

TSG Hoffenheim

from 2013 to 2015 and then moved to Frankfurt. He has made more than 150 appearances for his current club.

His first positive impression for the club was made when the 3-1 win over Bayern Munich was resulted:

“The first highlight in Argentina was the nomination for the U-20 World Cup in 2005, including winning the title. My first championship with FC Basel in 2010 was also special when we made a huge comeback against Young Boys Bern and won on the last match day in Bern. The very best, however, was Mijat Gacinovic's run to 3-1 in the DFB Cup final against Bayern 2018. He runs, he runs, he runs, he runs - and pushes the ball into the goal. That moment is still buzzing around in my head and it was the greatest of all.”

He said goodbye to the club after the

3-1 victory over Schalke 04


“I'm not saying goodbye, it's rather a goodbye, a see you soon! Of course, I would like to come back at the end of the season and visit again and again next season.”



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