CSU politician Markus Söder cannot resist a tip against Borussia Dortmund. With Emre Can, a Borussia player has now expressed that he wants to win the championship. The news and rumors about BVB.
BVB, News: Markus Söder about Dortmund – “Too stupid”
Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder spoke on the sidelines of the tennis tournament in Munich about the fight for the German championship.
The CSU politician, a self-confessed fan of 1. FC Nürnberg, said about BVB: “Dortmund are too stupid to become German champions!”
The 56-year-old was probably alluding to the previous Borussia game, when Dortmund only managed to draw 3-3 at VfB Stuttgart despite a long manpower and a renewed lead in added time. With a win, BVB, who won the cup for the last time in 2012, would have been level on points with leaders FC Bayern.
BVB, News: Emre Can is aiming for the championship
After sporting director Sebastian Kehl said unequivocally for the first time this week that BVB wanted to become German champion, and coach Edin Terzic also announced something similar at the press conference on Thursday, Emre Can, a Borussia player, also made a statement.
“We would be stupid if we said otherwise. It’s the truth: we’re two points behind Bayern and there are still six games to go. Everyone here in the city wants to be champions,” said the international sky: “We have to win our games. And then you will see what happens in the end.”
The starting position does not allow for any other statements, emphasized Can: “But of course, if we are two points behind Bayern with six games to go, then our goal must be to become champions.”
Can also spoke about the disappointing performance last Saturday at VfB Stuttgart, when Dortmund conceded the equalizer to make it 3-3 in the seventh minute of added time. “Anger, disappointment, ambition, everything is there. But we have to look ahead, the starting position hasn’t changed. There are only two points, there’s still a lot to do. We definitely worked well this week,” said the midfielder.
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