Youssoufa Moukoko is about to start his first season as a 14-year-old at Borussia Dortmund. His new U19 and ex-BVB head trainer Michael Skibbe is fully convinced of the development of the biggest jewel in the club.
“The boy will one day become a professional. That’s as sure as the Amen in church. Only injuries could stop him,”said the former German trainer, compared to the”district sports”.
In the past season the stormer has already confirmed his exceptional position in the U17, As one of the youngest players, he scored fabulous 50-goals in 28 obligatory games, setting up a new Germany-wide best value.
His new coach, by the way, on Sunday his 54. Birthday is celebrated, so far is quite taken by the collaboration with Moukoko: “Youssoufa is a totally relaxed contemporary who deals extremely cool with his hype. He has so far established himself very well and has been able to integrate excellently into our team.”
Next weekend the A-Jugend Bundesliga will start its new season. The BVB will have to deal with the Wuppertal SV outside on Sunday (11 o’clock).
Michael Skibbe, who coaches the professional team of the BVB between 1998 and 2000, has taken over the oldest junior team of the Black Yellow a few months ago and leads the team together with former professional and “talent coach” Otto Addo.