Marko Marin

Soccer Player

Marko Marin was born in Gradiška, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina on March 13th, 1989 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 35, Marko Marin biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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March 13, 1989
Place of Birth
Gradiška, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
35 years old
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Association Football Player
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Marko Marin Life

Marko Marin (born 13 March 1989) is a German professional footballer who plays for and captains Serbian SuperLiga club Red Star Belgrade as an attacking midfielder and left winger.

He is known for his acceleration, dribbling, agility, creativity, versatility, technical skill and playmaking ability.Marin previously played for Bundesliga clubs Borussia Mönchengladbach and Werder Bremen, before signing for Chelsea in 2012.

He spent most of his time out on loan at four clubs in four countries before leaving for Olympiacos in 2016. A full German international from 2008 to 2010, he won 16 caps and represented the country at the 2010 World Cup, where they came third.

Early life

Marin was born in Bosanska Gradiška, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia (modern-day Gradiška, Bosnia and Herzegovina) to Bosnian Serb parents, mother Borka Marin and father Ranko Marin. Marin was only two years old when the family moved to Germany in 1991 due to his mother's job. Growing up in Frankfurt, Marin began playing football with local clubs.


Marko Marin Career

Club career

Marin began his football career as a youth footballer, first with SG 01 Hoechst and then with Eintracht Frankfurt.

Marin moved to the Borussia Mönchengladbach youth academy in 2005. He was promoted to the reserve team after a year with Mönchengladbach's academy; he was given a three-year deal, which he accepted, and later went on to make his professional debut against Eintracht Frankfurt on March 31, 2007. Marin scored a hat-trick within the first 16 minutes of Mönchengladbach's 8–1 thrashing of seventh division club VfB Fichte Bielefeld in the first round of the DFB-Pokal on August 9, 2008.

Marin was sold from Borussia Mönchengladbach to Werder Bremen on June 24th, 2009. He was a participant of Bremen's attack, including Aaron Hunt and Mesut zil, which lit up the Weserstadion. He demonstrated his versatility in the 2010–11 season by scoring four league goals and giving 11 assists.

Marin's form dropped noticeably after the transfer of zil to Real Madrid in August 2010, but the Bremen native's 2011-12 Bundesliga season saw him only scoring one goal and five assists. Marin's eight goal game against SC Freiburg on August 20, 2011 demonstrated his agility in Bremen's eight goal game against SC Freiburg. Bremen won 5–3 after Claudio Pizarro, Marko Arnautovic, and Wesley. He was responsible for Claudio Pizarro, Marko Arnautovi, and Wesley.

Marin's only goal of the Bundesliga campaign came in the ninth minute of a 3–1 victory over Hamburger SV at the Imtech Arena on February 18, 2012. Markus Rosenberg's goal was the talking ball in Marin's last game for the team, but his side was not able to defeat VfB Stuttgart 4–1 on April 13. Marin left Bremen after scoring eight goals in 87 Bundesliga appearances.

Marin agreed to a Chelsea loan on April 28, 2012. He has been a member of Chelsea for five years and will continue to play for the club until 2017. Marko Marin was given the number 21, which had previously worn by Salomon Kalou, who left Chelsea for Lille OSC.

Marin made his Chelsea debut against Major League Soccer side Seattle Sounders FC on July 18, scoring Chelsea's third goal in a 4–2 victory. Marin had a hamstring injury while attending the Community Shield.

Marin made his competitive debut for Chelsea in a League Cup match against Wolverham Wanderers on September 25th, and as Chelsea cruised to a 6–0 victory. Eden Hazard was recalled in the 82nd minute of a 0–0 draw in the West London derby at home to Fulham on Monday on his Premier League debut on November 28th. Marin made his Chelsea debut in a 0–1 loss to local rivals Queens Park Rangers on January 2nd. Marin scored his first Premier League goal for Chelsea on February 9, 2013, making it his first touch in the 92nd minute as a replacement in a 4–1 home win over Wigan Athletic.

Chelsea announced on June 28th that they had reached an agreement for Marin's season-long loan to Sevilla, subject to legal identification and a medical examination. During Sevilla's 3–1 friendly win over Manchester United in a 3–1 friendly victory over Manchester United, Marin scored his first goal for the Sevilla team during Rio Ferdinand's testimonial. In Sevilla's first-leg Europa League play-off tie against l'sk Wrocaw, a 4–1 home victory on August 22nd, he scored two goals. Marin was on the bench in the Europa final, arriving late in the second half and then restored in extra time as Sevilla defeated Benfica 4–2 in penalties. Marin defeated the Europa League in back to back seasons, winning it with his home-club Chelsea the year before.

Fiorentina announced on August 18th that they had signed an agreement for Marin's season-long loan with the option to buy. Marin made his Fiorentina debut against PAOK in a Europa League match on September 23rd. Marin scored his first goal for the Italian side in a Europa League match against Guingamp on September 27, 2014. Marin was able to pick up Aquilani's pass and clipped home the opening goal in the sixth minute as Fiorentina beat the French side 21-0. Marin lost by 2–1 against Dinamo Minsk on December 11, 2014, a 2-1 loss.

Despite being on the bench 12 times, Marin failed to make one appearance in the league before he was out early in January.

Marin joined Anderlecht for the remainder of the season on January 20, 2015, after an unsuccessful loan spell at Fiorentina, with the option to purchase at the end of the season. Marin made his debut coming off the bench in the 75th minute against Standard Liège, five days after heading to Belgium, replacing Maxime Colin in the 75th minute. Marin was in the starting lineup of the Belgian Cup Final, but he was forced to leave early in the second half after suffering a hamstring injury as Anderlecht lost 2–1, with Lior Refaelov scoring late volley.

Anderlecht decided against purchasing Marin at the end of the season after suffering a hamstring injury in the Belgia Cup final, which barred him from returning for several weeks.

Marin signed Trabzonspor on a season-long loan, with the option to buy. Marin made his debut for Trabzonspor on August 30th in a 2–2 draw against Akhisar Belediyespor, who was a second-half replacement. Marin scored his first goal for the Turkish side in a 3–1 loss to Osmanli on September 26, 2015. Marin defeated Kayserispor 2–1 on February 15, 2016 in a 2–1 victory.

Marin expressed his admiration to Chelsea for taking care of him after his transfer to London, and also expressed no regrets about his move to Chelsea, though he admits that his destiny is likely to be somewhere else.

Marin joined Greek Olympiacos on a three-year contract on August 23, 2016. Marin won by 6–1 over Veria on September 11, 2016. After being stalled for almost two months due to boss Paulo Bento's decision not to include him in his first-team squad plans, he returned to action on January 5, 2017, netting the winning goal in a 2–1 victory over Asteras Tripolis.

Olympiacos defeated PAS Giannina 1–0 on December 17, 2017, thanks to the German attacking midfielder's outstanding long-distance efforts. It was the sixth straight victory for the Reds and their teammate Takis Lemonis, and the Reds advanced to first Super League position after 15 matches, one more than AEK and PAOK. He opened the scoring in a 3–0 away win game against AEL on January 7, his club's 7th straight victory in his quest for their eighth straight title.

Marin signed a three-year deal with the club for an estimated transfer fee of between €700,000 and was registered in the last hour of the summer transfer window in Serbia, after Red Star Belgrade qualified for the 2018-19 UEFA Champions League group stage (their first appearance in the club's new format). Marin scored a goal on his debut with Red Star in a 6–0 home win over Radnik Surdulica on September 15, 2018. After scoring a consolation goal against Red Star in the 6–1 loss to PSG on October 18, Marin became the club's first-ever goal scorer in the Champions League. Marin was back in Red Star's first Champions League campaign, this time by assisting Milan Pavkov's first goal in their historic 2–0 victory over Liverpool on November 6th. Marin agreed to keep his Red Star contract until 2021, according to the author. Marin was named MVP in the 2018–19 season and was also included in the season's squad.

Marin will be the Red Star's general director before the 2019-20 season begins, Zvezdan Terziz announced that Marin will be the next club captain.

Marin signed Al-Ahli, the Saudi Arabian club, to a €6 million fee for a total transfer fee of between €2.5 million to 2022 on January 5th, 2020.

Marin was transferred from Ferencvár in September 2021.

International career

Marin said in 2010 that he never got a call from Bosnia and Herzegovina or Serbia, so he decided to play for Germany.

Marin was also called up to his under-21 national squad in 2007 and has since played on nine occasions. Marin will be included in senior squad coach Joachim Löw's provisional 26-man squad for UEFA Euro 2008 on May 16, 2008. However, he did not make the final 23. In a 2–2 draw against Belarus on May 27, 2008, he made his debut on May 27. Bastian Schweinsteiger made the game as a halftime substitute. He was eventually dropped from the final squad on May 28, 2008.

On August 20, he made his second appearance for Germany and scored his first goal in a friendly match against Belgium for the second time. Marin is a German under-21 international football player who was also selected for the European team in the Meridian Cup.

Marin was named in Germany's provisional squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa in May 2010, after a string of good results in warm-up games (most of which he played as a replacement) he was selected in the final 23-man squad. He would return to play twice at the World Cup in South Africa, both as a replacement in Germany's 4–0 victory over Australia and then a 0 loss to Serbia. Marin was not chosen for any more games after disappointing results in the game against his home country Serbia, notably, as Germany finished third in the tournament.


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MICAH RICHARDS: Any tale about a final has two sides. It may seem that it should be obvious, but I'm not sure we're really considering it, particularly when an English team is competing for a European trophy. It's thrilling to see the commotion surrounding West Ham. They have arrived in Prague in droves, and winning the Europa Conference League would be a huge feat for them, but don't believe they are the only ones with dreams. Fiorentina's sense of destiny is just as strong. Fiorentina will always have a special place in my heart. I joined them on loan in September 2014 and, although I had reservations at first, they had been banned within a few weeks. It was one of my best decisions, with the opportunity to experience a new culture in one of the world's most historic cities.