It is crystal clear that the former Chelsea, Blackburn and Wigan striker, Franco di Santo is performing far better in Germany than when he was in England.
The unheralded striker was one of the dangerous enemies to the goalkeepers in German Bundesliga especially when he recently joined Werder Bremen where he scored 12 goals in his last 18 matches.
Surprisingly, in the forward’s views on the two leagues, and contrary to the popular claim, he confessed that players in Germany are made to train harder than their Premier League counterparts.
He also noted that the matches are more ‘intense’ and competitive in the Bundesliga.
“When I got to German Bundesliga, I was thinking things would be a little bit less intense than the Premier League we all know,” Di Santo said. [Continue reading…]