The 19-year-old AGF-talent Magnus Kaastrup, who in this season has let to Borussia Dortmund andethold, says in an interview with the ball.dk up and informs you about the diagnostics, which characterizes his life.
For although he has fought their way to a professional football career, he has had to learn to deal with things that the majority of teammates and opponents should not.
Kaastrup has thus been provided diagnoserne ADD, OCD and anxiety, all relating to a disruptive conduct for a person.
the Former is about the difficulty to maintain attention in various relations, OCD is the compulsion to a greater or lesser extent, while anxiety explains itself.
It may seem as challenges, there can be a disincentive for a career in elite athletes, but it is not, says Magnus Kaastrup.
- Some see it perhaps as a weakness, but for someone like me, who have diagnoserne, it is an advantage, he says to the ball.dk.
- They have meant that I have been able to put everything to the side of the soccer ball, and it has made me very professional outside of the track.
- They are not at all a problem for me, for sharpening me and my approach to the soccer ball. They contribute to, that I'm really passionate, so I have been able to take some steps to bring the career on the right path.
His diagnosis makes him more emotional than many others, and it also shows up on the field. He becomes easily frustrated with himself, if he does not deliver, and some have occasionally interpreted this as arrogance or primadonnaattitude, he says.
I am because of my diagnosis, a sensitive and delicate human being, and it makes itself felt both on the football field, but certainly also in life. I am working still with not to get too caught up in the, says Magnus Kaastrup.
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