- “Disappointment and Frustration” after season analysis at BVB
- BVB: Edin Terzic’s obligation not yet perfectly
On Friday at the best lunch time at 12:30 p.m., the proverbial bomb hit: Borussia Dortmund announced the separation from Marco Rose. This is the result “an intensive season analysis on Thursday,” reported BVB.
According to the media reports, the Dortmund “elephant round”, consisting of managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke, the outgoing Roses director Michael Zorc, his designated successor Sebastian Kehl and consultant Matthias Sammer, as well as Rose himself. “Late” and “partly also loud” it became, “Sky” reported.
On Saturday, more details seeped through. Watzke in particular was skeptical about further cooperation with Rose, supposedly “in months”, as “Welt” wrote. At Rose, doubts were also matured in the course of the conversation with the bosses.
“Disappointment and Frustration” after season analysis at BVB
According to the “Ruhr Nachrichten”, the 45-year-old finally asked the question of trust. Specifically, he wanted to know whether he would sit in the saddle even in the event of a bumpy start of the season.
There was no clear answer to this question. Rose did not promise the Roseing leadership either. The end of the collaboration as the best solution for everyone involved came up with the agenda.
The course of the meeting ensured “disappointment and frustration” among some participants, according to the usually well -informed sheet.
BVB: Edin Terzic’s obligation not yet perfectly
Roses designated successor is an old acquaintance: Edin Terzic, former interim coach and current technical director of BVB.
However, according to “RN”, the second term of the 39-year-old as head coach is not yet in dry cloths. Terzic, however, only have to “commit” after initial negotiations.
Further talks are scheduled for Sunday, it is said. After that, enforcement could be reported quickly.