Ex-Nuremberg forward Vidosic seeks enjoyment upon A-League return

Dario Vidosic has admitted he was not enjoying life in Germany as he get set for his debut with Adelaide United this weekend.

Dario Vidosic has admitted he was not enjoying life in Germany as he get set for his debut with Adelaide United this weekend.

The 24-year old former Brisbane Roar attacker spent four years in Deutschland with FC Nuremberg, which included loan spells with MSV Duisburg and Arminia Bielefeld, before returning home in July.

The 14-time capped Australian international has revealed to Goal.com that he has come home to again enjoy football after it became quite the chore during his European jaunt.

“I wasn't enjoying my time over in Germany,” Vidosic said. “I wanted to enjoy the game again and have fun. The decision wasn't so much to start over, but come home, have fun and enjoy myself again.

“There were all sorts of little things. For example, there was one game where we got beaten 4-1 by Leverkusen and the coach told me at half-time that I was the only player doing well. Then the next week I found myself on the bench somehow.

“It was just stuff like that. Stuff which happened through the media and the coach.

“It was frustrating that it'd be other people who'd be dictating who'd play and not so much the coach or what you've done.

“It was a bit of that, that I got over.”

 
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