Thorsten Legat is a German former professional footballer who played as a midfielder. Legat was an assistant coach for Werder’s under-19 team during the 2005–2006 school year.
He would be engaged in another incident, in which he brandished a samurai sword at a group of youngsters after being threatened alongside his wife. He would end up lightly striking one of the children on the head during this encounter.
During the time when Legat was still an active player, his career was derailed multiple times by incidents that took place off the court.
After threatening a guy in Bochum on New Year’s Eve 1996/1997, for instance, he drove the victim to the hospital, where he was treated for his injuries.
In June of 2007, Legat made headlines when he was involved in a conflict with a group of young people who were supposedly the ones who molested him. The dispute took place in the parking lot of a Remscheid fast-food chain branch.
As a direct consequence of this, Legat pulled out a Samurai sword, which resulted in legal action being taken against him for attempted serious bodily injury.
In exchange for the payment of a sum equal to one thousand euros to a charitable organization in December of 2008, the process was halted.
Thorsten Legat Children: Meet Leon Legat and Nico-Thorsten Legat
Former professional footballer Thorsten Legat has two children named Leon Legat and Nico-Thorsten Legat. Leon followed his dad’s footprint – he is a footballer who last played for the Dabringhausen. Leon is 22 years as of 2022.
Likewise, Nico-Thorsten Legat is also a professional footballer.