BVB talent Youssoufa Moukoko could play for the senior national team of Cameroon in the future. Dortmund’s President Reinhard Rauball worries about the image of football and makes Borussia players responsible. You can find all the news and rumors about BVB here.
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BVB, rumor: Moukoko in the future for Cameroon?
BVB youngster Youssoufa Moukoko could play for the Cameroon national team in the future. That report that Journal du Cameroun and the African football expert Mansour Loum.
Accordingly, the association approached the German U21 international to explore the possibility of convincing the 17-year-old to change associations.
Former star striker Samuel Eto’o, who was recently elected the new president of the Cameroon Football Association and plans to meet the youngster soon, will play a major role in this.
A meeting between Eto’o and Co. and Moukoko in Cameroon’s Ministry of Sports is said to have been scheduled yesterday on Christmas Eve. The fact that Moukoko is currently in Cameroon is evidenced by photos he has shared on social networks.
Cameroon is hosting the upcoming Africa Cup (start on January 9th) and has probably not yet finally reported its squad to the African Football Confederation – possibly in the hope of being able to convince the player in the short term.
Although Moukoko was born in Cameroon, a change of dressing seems unlikely at this point in time. The 17-year-old striker largely missed the first half of the season due to various injuries.
Youssoufa Moukoko: performance data 21/22
BVB, News: Rauball worries about the importance of football
For BVB President Reinhard Rauball, football “does not have the status it deserves at the moment”. Talking to the newspapers of the Funke media group Rauball explained his worries: “When football stars show that they are eating gold-coated steaks, the whole thing starts to slide, and all in all, all of this has led to considerable criticism of football.”
The lawyer, who has led Borussia Dortmund in the executive committee without interruption since 2004, says: “We have to take countermeasures, that’s a main task for everyone in charge.” Rauball, who will be 75 on Christmas Day, also emphasized: “I don’t think the accusation that football claims a special role is fair.”
Rauball sees the new beginning in the presidium of the DFB critically. “I’m also worried, especially about the DFB,” he said: “The future must be to find solutions together.”
You don’t get to that “by rumbling and not producing headlines, but by speaking and working in the background,” said Rauball.
BVB, News: “In too many cases expectations not met”
Rauball also spoke about Borussia’s performance in the preliminary round, which he looks back on with mixed feelings: “Despite the long series of injuries, the number of points in the Bundesliga is okay. We are still represented in the DFB Cup. Only the placement in the Champions League was disappointing. But: The team didn’t just play good games. “
The fact that there were some expressions of displeasure from their own supporters shortly before the winter break should serve as a warning to the players to reconsider their attitudes: “We heard whistles in our stadium at the end of the first half of the season. We have to work to ensure that it doesn’t take place. We must bring to the field the virtues that have always distinguished Borussia Dortmund: fight and commitment to the last, the will to show good football. “
Although the circumstances were not easy due to the large number of failures, “but in the first half of the season the team did not meet expectations in too many cases”. In the remainder of the season there will be “valuable and worthwhile goals, for example in the Europa League, where she can and must now prove herself” in the premier class.