Mahmoud Dahoud has reacted to his upcoming departure from Borussia Dortmund in the summer. Meanwhile, Sebastian Kehl praised the BVB coaching team. The news and rumors about BVB.
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BVB, News: Mahmoud Dahoud reacts to the upcoming farewell to Dortmund
Mahmoud Dahoud wants to continue playing at a top club after the upcoming separation from Borussia Dortmund. His goal is “definitely to play in one of the top leagues at a high level,” said the 27-year-old in an interview sports1: “I’m really looking forward to a new challenge.”
BVB sports director Sebastian Kehl had on Monday to the Picture-Zeitung confirms that the contract with Dahoud, which expires in the summer, will not be extended. The two-time national player only played six competitive games this season after suffering a shoulder injury. In total, Dahoud has made 137 appearances for Dortmund since moving from Borussia Mönchengladbach in 2017, scoring five goals.
“The time at Dortmund was wonderful and, above all, the fans have always supported me,” said Dahoud: “So there is a special connection. I’m very grateful for that.” Until he leaves, his focus is entirely on BVB. “If the team needs me, I’m there 100 percent,” said Dahoud.
BVB, News: Sebastian Kehl praises the Dortmund coaching team
BVB sports director Sebastian Kehl spoke to the Ruhr news drawn a positive interim conclusion about the performance of the Dortmund coaching team. “The team has already shown different facets this year and has always been successful with it,” said the 43-year-old.
“So we can see a clear improvement in many areas. This shows that the measures taken from different areas are taking effect and that the coach and his team are doing a very good job,” said the former Black and Yellow captain. “Everyone wants to continue right now.”
BVB News: Dortmund breaks records with special jersey sales
BVB’s current special jersey, which only went on sale on Saturday, is already the best-selling jersey in the history of Borussia Dortmund. “The enthusiasm of the people and the run on the jersey, which is admittedly very attractive, have clearly exceeded every wish and every expectation,” said BVB Managing Director Carsten Cramer in an interview with the Ruhr news.
The rush for the jersey on Saturday was so great that at times more than 400,000 fans were said to have been queuing in the BVB online shop to buy a jersey. However, the Dortmund team only had around 60,000 jerseys produced, which is why repeat orders for the special edition were accepted on Monday.
Including the repeat orders received, the black and yellow have already sold 150,000 of the new jerseys, making it the best-selling jersey in BVB’s history.