1. FC Bocholt announce two pre-winter exits: Kento Wakamiya and Arman Corovic leave the club

It’s been a very eventful season for 1. FC Bolt, who have announced two pre-winter exits that will no doubt impact their performance in the upcoming Oberlin matches. We’ll take a look at what Kenton Kamila and Aryan Chronic have contributed to the team over the past nine years and how their departure may affect the club’s chances of remaining in the regional league.

Aryan Chronic, who came to seven objectives in the current regional league season, draws to the ETB Schwarz-Weiß Essen in the Oberlin Niederrhein.
The protective male pertained to the Hunting from FSV Duisburg in the summer of 2019, and was an essential support, especially in the last promotion round.
Overall, the 25-year-old, former Bosnian U-national player at 1. FC Bolt concerned 50 games (4 objectives).
The second winter season exit, Kenton Kamila, is also drawn to the Oberlin Niederrhein-and that to the SSVG Elbert.
There, the 23-year-old Japanese will be a direct rival of his previous team-mate Corovic-Sowohl Elbert and the ETB are promising in the title race during winter break.
The offensive player Kamila, who was on the pitch 13 times in the present season, moved from sports fans Niederwenigern to Bolt in 2021, where he played 52 video games (5 goals).


Throughout the promo season, he became part of the regular staff with an overall of 29 missions.
The association writes in its report in its report in both for their constantly self-sacrificing, strong performance, which would have made a substantial contribution to promo to the Regionally West.
In the Regionally West, 1st FCB hibernates in 14th location and hence just above the line.
The departure of the duo is the very first personnel in the just recently opened league break.
The next few weeks will reveal the degree to which even more modifications in the squad of new trainer Sven Schuchardt will show.

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