Karim Adeyemi wasn’t thrilled about being suspended from watching BVB’s DFB Cup game against VfL Bochum. Jude Bellingham has reportedly been injured during a training session and there is news in the court case between Anthony Modeste and a beverage company.
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BVB, News: Watching the DFB Cup game is “absolutely horrible” for Karim Adeyemi
Although BVB was victorious (2-1) against VfL Bochum in the round of 16 of the DFB Cup, it was difficult for Karim Adeyemi to endure on the sidelines. “I’m a player who doesn’t like to watch when he’s sitting on the bench and can’t do anything in the situation. That’s why it’s absolutely horrifying for me,” revealed Adeyemi in an interview on BVB’s YouTube channel.
Adeyemi saw a red card in the second round match of the DFB-Pokal at Hannover 96 and was suspended for two matches in the competition. So he will also have to miss the quarterfinals.
On the other hand, things are going all the better for him in the Bundesliga at the moment, he celebrated his first league goals in BVB kit over the past two weekends. “It took me a little time, maybe because of the injury I had at the beginning. I’m happy that this year started so well,” said Adeyemi before the upcoming duel at Werder Bremen (today at 3.30 p.m.). ).
“I’ve always felt good, but of course it’s even more fun when I can help the team and sometimes score goals,” explained the 21-year-old and later added: “A certain amount of luck is on my side now. Me I’m still as determined as before and trying to do my thing. Things are going better now, maybe it’s just the new year.”
Adeyemi signed a contract with BVB last summer until 2027 and is apparently satisfied with this decision. “I’m not finished yet, I can still develop very well. Dortmund was absolutely the right step. That’s why I hope that I can learn a lot in the coming months and years,” emphasized the left-footed player.
BVB, rumours: That’s why Jude Bellingham plays with tape on his left knee
Jude Bellingham has only missed one BVB game so far, and that was due to a yellow card suspension. His appearance against Bremen is probably not at risk either, the only thing that stands out is the tape on his left knee, which he has been wearing since the game against Freiburg last weekend. This apparently has a specific reason, because loud Picture Bellingham was hit on the knee in a previous training session, the bandage is supposed to stabilize the leg.
“Jude played a lot. It’s also not the case that he goes into every game completely pain-free,” explained BVB coach Edin Terzic PICTURE: “Because of course it also leaves marks when you approach the games in such an intense way as he does.”
“Jude makes a stable impression. He’s totally clear – also in communication with the staff,” Terzic said, waving his head, there was no reason to worry: “If there were any problems, we would react. He’s ready and willing to walk a full 90 minutes again in Bremen.”
BVB, News: Turnaround in Anthony Modeste’s lawsuit?
Anthony Modeste has been suing the beverage manufacturer “Heavy 1 World GmbH” at the Bonn Regional Court since last summer because a deal between the two sides apparently failed. The BVB striker ordered energy drinks from the company and wanted to sell them under his name in France, for which he paid 250,000 euros in license fees and 100,000 for the product.
According to Modeste, the manufacturer never delivered the goods, but the entrepreneur speaks of the 34-year-old not picking it up. A former employee of the company apparently spoke up on Friday. “There was criminal energy behind it. It was never planned that Mr. Modeste would have drinks delivered by the company,” quoted PICTURE. “Instead of going to France, the cans go to Morocco.”
A verdict is apparently to be announced on March 3rd.