BVB trainer Edin Terzic is happy that he can currently draw on almost unlimited staff and the resulting competition. “We have the opportunity to be consistent. We reward good performances, we react to bad ones,” said the coach on Thursday at the press conference before the chasing duel against SC Freiburg on Saturday (3:30 p.m.).
Most recently, BVB won 2-0 at Bayer Leverkusen. “But a good week is not enough to achieve your goals. The boys did very well this week. Everyone wanted to win in training. That’s the performance culture that we want to have,” emphasized Terzic.
The coach is very satisfied with the development of national player Julian Brandt: “He also brings the necessary toughness into his game, he has made a step forward. He can also be on the pitch together with Marco Reus. Here we are flexible.”
Terzic knows how difficult the task against Freiburg is, the team from Breisgau coped well with the 6-0 loss to VfL Wolfsburg: “They are solid and deal well with setbacks. We expect an intense game that will be tight. But we are ready.”