|Full name||Gerd Nicholas Losinger|
|Born||15 August, 1992|
|Height||5' 7" (1.69 m)|
|St. Marks Koningstad||2002-2007|
|St. Marks Koningstad||2013-2015|
|→ Middleton Arrows||2013-2014|
Debut and transferEdit
In 2002, Losinger joined St. Marks Koningstad as a youth player. Stefan Kamphuis became the coach in 2004 and saw huge potential in the young player. When Kamphuis went to coach FC Caltrava in Lovia three years later, Losinger transferred to the team the next season. According to Kamphuis, Losinger had "the talent and ability to become a footballing superstar".
In 2012 Losinger was selected for the Brunanter squad for the World Football Championship as a starting striker. The talented young forward made three goals in the group stage, one goal each match, making him one of the tournament's top scorers, together with midfielder Gerard Jostens. The Daily Post's journalist Gerry Mansfield wrote an article about the "Red Dragons" fighting their way up in the tournament, giving such good comments about the young Losinger.
In January 2013 Losinger returned to former team St. Marks Koningstad on loan and he joined the club on a permanent basis in December 2013. He was loaned out to Middleton Arrows for the rest of the 2013-14 season, however, there has been foreign interest in the Brunanter footballer.
Losinger returned to St. Marks in the summer and will take Brunner's spot for the start of the 2014-15 First League, at least until his injury gets better.
|2016 Brunant squad|
|1 Elteman • 2 Capels • 4 Marshall • 5 Lecaros • 6 Jamieson • 14 Nadir • 8 Jostens (c) • 16 S. El-Zein • 12 Marzouk • 11 Hoever • 10 I. El-Zein • 9 Carlinhos • 13 Giggs • 23 Losinger • 24 Brunner • 15 Nabil • Coach: Bergher|