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FORMER Roar star Thomas Broich wants to coach a Brisbane A-League team but his immediate future belongs in his native Germany.

Currently back in Queensland on a short visit as part of his relationship with NPL Queensland club and A-League aspirants Brisbane City, Munich-born Broich admits his plans have changed in terms of life after playing.

“I thought I was just going to travel and do nothing for two years, but it did not happen,’’ said the 37-year-old two-time Johnny Warren Medallist, who has started his coaching badges as well as career commentating on German football with beIN Sports.

Thomas Broich talks tactics with John Aloisi last season.
Thomas Broich talks tactics with John Aloisi last season.Source: Getty Images
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“I’ll be based in Germany for at least the next few years because the job opportunities are just really great.

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