Managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke of Borussia Dortmund firmly believes in a collaboration between Marco Rose and Edin Terzic at BVB. He also expects the audience to return soon. Meanwhile, a long injured man is allowed to go to the EM. The news and rumors about Borussia can be found here.
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Managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke believes Edin Terzic will stay with BVB. It has long been considered that Terzic will move back into the second member and become co-trainer of Marco Rose, who will move from Gladbach to the Revier in the summer.
“I sat together with Michael Zorc and Sebastian Kehl for a long time. We just assume – and we are looking forward to it – that Marco Rose and Edin Terzic will work together,” Watzke told Funke media group.
However, Watzke added: “If Edin says I have a top offer, we’ll talk. However, that’s not our preferred scenario.”
BVB – News: Hans-Joachim Watzke assumes that Edin Terzic will remain
For Hans-Joachim Watzke it is certain that fans will again be allowed in the stadiums of the Bundesliga in the new season. For him the only question is “how many are allowed to come”, like him Funke media group betrayed.
Watzke’s calculation looks like this: “30 percent of the people have been vaccinated once, they will also have the second vaccination by then. You can no longer refuse everything to these people. They must then be allowed to experience normalcy again.”
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Axel Witsel tore his Achilles tendon in January, which was synonymous with the premature end of the season for BVB and the end of his dreams of participating in the European Championship in June. But now the turning point.
The midfielder should now be nominated for Belgium’s EM squad. He was back on the training ground in April, but is still a long way from being able to play.
The Italian sent BVB a video greeting in Erling Haaland’s jersey after winning the cup against Leipzig. Sitting on a motorcycle he said “Hello Haaland, Hello Dortmund team” and continued: “Thank you very much for the wonderful gift you gave me. I am very proud of it.” We were talking about the signed jersey.
The 82-year-old is particularly fond of Haaland: “Haaland, you really are the greatest. I thank you for all the goals you scored.” Hill added in German: “I also saw the two wonderful goals against Leipzig. I wish you all the best. Bye!”