BVB: Mehmet Scholls harsh criticism of the new coach Edin Terzic

Borussia Dortmund Criticism of the new trainer

“I can no longer hear it,” says Scholl of Terzic’s analysis

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This is how Watzke reacts to Mehmet Scholl’s criticism

Ex-national player Mehmet Scholl sharply criticized the new BVB coach Edin Terzic. For his ruthless words, Scholl gets headwind. In addition to Jürgen Klopp, Dortmund’s managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke also spoke.

Mehmet Scholl is known for his pithy words. Now the former Bayern professional Edin Terzic is tackling the problem. The analysis of the new Dortmund coach is as irrelevant as the DFB would convey in its courses.

Gegen Union Berlin, Edin Terzic experienced the first defeat as coach of Borussia Dortmund. After the 1: 2, the 38-year-old now has to put up with sharp criticism of his game analysis. Sender of the tips: Mehmet Scholl.

When asked whether the Dortmund coach’s analysis convinced him, Scholl said sarcastically on the “Bild Live” broadcast “Now comes Scholl”: “I can imagine that the sun will rise again tomorrow.”

After the bitter defeat of BVB in Berlin, Terzic had said that one had to stay calm now. “What didn’t work was that we didn’t do things enough. We didn’t move the ball well and we didn’t move well ourselves. “

Edin Terzic had to watch helplessly against Union Berlin as his team made hair-raising mistakes

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This made the ball very slow. Against the standing formation of the Unioners, the ball would have had to be moved much faster from right to left.

Scholl also criticizes the DFB

When asked, Scholl justified his sarcasm and added: “That is in these words, none of this is tangible. It’s like saying that we’ve now switched from the double six to the single six with two eights, and the outside players now have to wear white shoes because they have to stay on the line. I can not hear it anymore.”

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When it came to what bothered him about today’s generation of coaches, the 50-year-old attacked the DFB’s coaching training: “I should also use this language in the football teacher training course and I refused.” the box as a penalty area, he still speaks of a diametrically tipping double six. “And I’m not saying that we have to improve, because the running routes and the running route didn’t fit today.”

At Moukoko, Scholl gets snappy

Even in the case of the 16-year-old striker Youssoufa Moukoko, Scholl did not share the Dortmund coach’s opinion. “He clearly showed what quality he has. But there is still a lot of room for improvement. We’ll try to push him as close to his limit as possible, ”said Terzic. Scholl’s biting comment: “That was about 200 euros into the phrase pig.”

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At the end of his account, Scholl then quoted Otto Rehagel, who was way ahead of his time. Rehagel always said: “Your generation of players is going home, your wife asks: How did you play? And you say: 0: 3 lost, but my interviews keep getting better. “

He is still of the opinion that football is about winning and “nothing else”.

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Youssoufa Moukoko: The new child prodigy

When Lucien Favre watches Youssoufa Moukoko training, he often smiles. “It’s good to see him. He doesn’t know which foot to play with, ”said the BVB head coach when asked what he particularly liked about Moukoko:“ He’s left-footed, he’s right-footed, he has great potential. It’s fun to train him. “

Next Saturday the exceptional talent could finally step into the limelight of the Bundesliga, because the day before he will be 16 years old. His club has been working meticulously towards this day for years. This also harbors dangers, as people around him and former child prodigies know.


BVB: Youssoufa Moukoko reacts so emotionally to the insults

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“You can hate me, but you will never get me down”

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Moukoko should play quickly with the professionals

Borussia Dortmund submitted an application to lower the age limit for professional footballers, which was approved. Above all, the aim is to enable youngster Moukoko to be deployed soon.

Youssoufa Moukoko single-handedly shoots FC Schalke in the U19 Bundesliga. During the game, the BVB striker was insulted by Schalke fans. The 15-year-old now speaks in detail.

EOnce again he did what he does best: score goals. Borussia Dortmund’s Youssoufa Moukoko single-handedly shoots down their arch rivals when they beat FC Schalke 04 3-2 in the U19 Bundesliga. The BVB striker scored all three goals and after the third matchday already had six goals on his account. The 15-year-old also plays in his own league in the U19.

While Moukoko shone on the pitch, some fans in the stands gave themselves verbal total failures. They insulted the young striker who could make his professional debut in November. A fan shouted: “I’ll break all your bones.” The live stream of the game broadcast by the DFB also showed how Moukoko was denigrated as a “son of a bitch” and “piss off” and “go to the grave” should.

One day after the terrible insults, Moukoko spoke up in a statement via Instagram: “Dear football fans! I thank you for all your nice words and comments. At this point I would like to say that there should be no place for racism in football or on a human level! That has nothing to do with Schalke, because they are not football fans, but people who want to spread hatred. A derby is always emotional for players and fans, but in the end the sport should connect us and be fun and not set any boundaries between us. “

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FC Schalke apologized for the hatred of its fans immediately after the game. “It is of course to be strongly condemned what happened there. And nowadays it is slowly no longer possible to put into words what some people in our society allow themselves, ”said Sports Director Jochen Schneider Sky. He announced that he would find the fans: “I have briefly Hans-Joachim Watzke (BVB managing director, editor’s note) written and apologized to the player and Borussia Dortmund. “

“God made us all beautiful”

Moukoko met the hatred that hit him with remarkable serenity. “We are opponents on the pitch, but we are united in this matter, don’t forget that we all share a love for football. God made us all beautiful, we are all special, because no matter whether poor, rich, black, white, at the end of the day we all bleed the same. Anyone who says otherwise is just jealous and, as is well known, envy is the highest form of recognition. Don’t let anyone dissuade you from doing what you love, ”he wrote on Instagram.

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And further: “You can hate and insult me, but you will never get me down, because what I love, I will always do, and that is play football and score goals. We say NO to racism, there is enough hatred in the world, let’s stick together. Black lives matter! “


BVB: Moukoko shoots Schalke and is massively insulted

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Moukoko shoots Schalke and is massively insulted

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Youssoufa Moukoko scored three times against Schalke

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His opponents cannot stop him. Youssoufa Moukoko scores three times in the Junior Bundesliga against Schalke. But there are unpleasant scenes. At BVB, the anticipation for the expected professional debut is great.

Er just keeps on hitting as he wants. Youssoufa Moukoko continues to work on his outstanding goal rate in the Junior Bundesliga. After his three-pack in the first game of the season against Münster (5-0), he now scored all three goals in the derby against Schalke. In the end, BVB won 3-2.

The black and yellow hope for the next generation impressively underpinned the hymn of praise from BVB boss Hans-Joachim Watzke. The 61-year-old had said less than twelve hours earlier in the ZDF sports studio that he thought “a lot” of the 15-year-old.

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“He’s a great boy, very grounded and professional. But we mustn’t overload him with expectations. But he’s a great gamer. People can look forward to it, ”said Watzke.

Insults against Moukoko

Moukoko’s lead (10th) had Schalke equalized directly in return (own goal Gürpüz / 11th). After that, the show belonged entirely to the BVB youngster again: First Moukoko met in the 39th after he left his opponent in the penalty area with a body deception. In the 62nd minute, the striker then put a long shot flat into the left corner. Schalke only managed to hit Pavlidis (64th).

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While Moukoko convinced on the pitch with a strong performance, some spectators fell completely out of their role. The 15-year-old was massively insulted several times from the stands. A spectator shouted: “I’ll break all your bones.”

The insults could be heard clearly in the livestream that the DFB broadcast on YouTube. “There are a few unqualified comments in the audience. We want to distance ourselves from that, ”said reporter Marcel Pramschüfer, who commented on the game.

Schalke has apologized for the behavior of its fans on Twitter. “We can only apologize to Youssoufa Moukoko for the statements made by some fans during the Knappenschmiede game. With all the emotions in the derby – we condemn such insults in the strongest possible way and expressly reject them, ”wrote the club. One will initiate “the necessary measures”.

The DFB control committee also wants to investigate. “The German Football Association generally does not tolerate any form of racism in its seats and resolutely opposes any form of it,” said Thomas Bergmann, who is responsible for the A-Junior Bundesliga committee. The incident will be investigated “at the beginning of the week”.

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Moukoko wasn’t the only prominent name on the square. The brother of Bayern star Leroy Sané, 24, Sidi Sané, 17, was also used in front of the Schalke bosses (Baum, Naldo, Schneider and Knäbel), who had mixed in with the 300 spectators. He was substituted on a quarter of an hour before the end.