Fruit harvesting in Seville? BVB wants to “show true face”
The coaching question for the future has been clarified, but the current problems are far from being solved.
Accompanied by the excitement surrounding the future change of football teacher Marco Rose from Mönchengladbach to Dortmund, the BVB professionals will start their next attempt to initiate a turnaround. Victories in the Champions League are intended to help drive away the Bundesliga bust. “We want to take this as an opportunity to show our true face in the other competition and to be successful again as a team,” said coach Edin Terzic before Wednesday’s semi-finals (21:00) at FC Sevilla.
The next two appearances in Seville and “auf” Schalke will show within four days whether the news of the wish coach’s commitment to the coming summer will help stabilize the last shaking district club. In order not to interfere with the concentration on these two key games, all participants are not able to comment on Personalie Rose.
After only one victory in the last six Bundesliga games and the fall from the Champions League ranks, Borussia yearns for an end to the gloom. “Time to start the transition. Tear up for Borussia,” said a banner affixed by fans at the training centre.