Borussia Mönchengladbach will face Manchester City in the Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday (9 p.m. live on DAZN). Before the game, foal trainer Marco Rose spoke exclusively to him SPOX and DAZN about his decision to move to BVB. He hadn’t seen the effects for the transfer to Borussia Dortmund coming in the summer. Most of the Gladbach fans are very upset, and there was an abusive banner against Rose on the training grounds.
Regarding the vehemence of the reactions, Rose says: “The force is not without it, I admit that. But I also believe that it has something to do with the fact that we have moved a lot here in the last year and a half and that many people just feel that way have that we are actually not finished yet. That is actually the case. “
Nevertheless, he made a personal decision for himself. “That must also be allowed, I think. I was aware beforehand that I would not meet with everyone’s approval,” says Rose.
The coach denied the various reports that the team was disappointed with his move to Dortmund: “It wasn’t a huge deal for the boys. Nevertheless, I took on the result against Mainz. The important thing now is that I get the boys back into the Take responsibility and we will work to be successful again. “
Rose sees unrest at Gladbach as normal
This task provides for the clash in the premier class against ManCity, who was so strong as a bear, on Wednesday evening. Is there a win? Rose: “I’d like to take it. Then it’ll be a little funnier for me.”
Rose sees the game against the leaders of the Premier League as a great challenge. “We’ll think about it. It’s important that the guys just unpack everything they can and look forward to this special game,” said the 44-year-old.