While Marcos Reus expressed his wish for the title after the 4-1 win against Hertha, Managing Director Carsten Cramer gave in table football Insights into the international marketing plans of the Dortmund company. The news and rumors of BVB.
BVB, News: Reus on being a bank and title ambition
“We don’t need to talk about the fact that of course I wasn’t happy that I didn’t play on Wednesday,” said Marco Reus sky after the 4-1 home win against Hertha BSC, and then to put it into perspective: “That’s quite normal, I think, otherwise you chose the wrong job.”
Teammate Julian Brandt was also happy for Reus, who had been on the bench against Chelsea in the Champions League and had shone against the Berliners with an assist to make it 1-0 to Karim Adeyemi and a direct free-kick to make it 3-1: “Most happy I thank Marco Reus today for scoring a very nice goal.”
The 33-year-old said to the aggravated title race in the Bundesliga after Bayern’s defeat in Gladbach (2: 3): “I don’t think before the winter break nobody expected it to be so tight up front” and gave it as a goal openly the championship trophy: “We all want titles” – but here, too, Reus put it into perspective in the next sentence: “And that’s why we also play football. Accordingly, our goal is of course to continue to be successful.”
BVB, News: Managing director gives insights into internationalization
The managing director of Borussia Dortmund, Carsten Cramer, has table football partially disclosed how BVB proceeds with internationalization.
When it comes to internationalization (…) nothing beats being able to experience and touch,” said the 54-year-old, analyzing that it was important “to think about the type of appearance on site”. In Asia I have the team “sold” itself very well.
However, the Premier League is the pioneer in conquering an international market. “We can’t catch up in five years what we’ve slept through in 20 years,” Cramer was critical and gave an insight into BVB’s plans: “In the beginning, we mainly played friendly matches against Premier League clubs and are, to a certain extent, in the We weren’t the locomotive, but people felt at these games that we came as a football team – and the English as a football company.”
With Shinji Kagawa, Dortmund once had a “local hero” – but currently there are no Asian players in the ranks of BVB. Cramer analyses: “If I don’t have a local hero in the team, then I measure myself against the strongest clubs in the country and bring my best-known players with me, for example Mats Hummels or Marco Reus with us last year.”