Several players will return to the squad against Union Berlin (3.30 p.m.). The BVB fans are also planning a protest against the DFL. The news and rumors about BVB on April 8th.
BVB, News: Fan protest against DFL share sale
Before the home game against Union Berlin, the fan alliance Dortmund South Stand called to protest against a sale of shares in the German Football League (DFL). The spectators should bring their own banners to Signal Iduna Park and hold them up at the beginning of the second half, according to their website.
Such a sale of media rights to investors is intended to bring in additional money for the clubs. The supporters fear that these investors could have a say in fundamental questions about the direction of the Bundesliga.
Hans-Joachim Watzke, BVB boss and head of the supervisory board, already ruled that out, as he said in a conversation with the Süddeutsche Zeitung explained.
There had already been protests at the game in Munich – initiated jointly by the supporters of Dortmund and Bayern: “Separate in colors, united in the matter,” it said.
BVB, News: U19 coach Mike Tullberg reveals contract details
Tullberg has been coaching Dortmund’s offspring since 2019, and last summer the Dane extended it until 2026. “I was almost able to determine the conditions myself,” he revealed to the Danish broadcaster TV2. Most recently he had won the championship in the Bundesliga West – recently there had also been rumors about Eintracht Frankfurt’s interest.
Since he has been responsible for the U19s, Youssoufa Moukoko, Jamie Bynoe-Gittens and Ansgar Knauff have also made the leap to the pros.
BVB, News: Sebastien Haller and Karim Adeyemi back, Meunier is probably still missing
Sébastien Haller missed the Pokal-Aus in Leipzig (1: 2). The Franco-Ivorian has now been able to recover from his knee problems and, according to information from the Ruhr news return to the squad.
The comeback of Karim Adeyemi, who had to serve a red suspension against Leipzig, is also in the offing.
On the other hand, things are looking bad for Nico Schlotterbeck, who, according to coach Edin Terzic, will be missing along with Julian Duranville and Thomas Meunier.
Estimated line-up BVB: Kobel – M. Wolf, Süle, Hummels, Guerreiro – Can – Özcan, Bellingham – Brandt, Reus – Haller
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