Will Dortmund be the first Bundesliga club to have two head coaches?
If you believe BVB coach Edin Terzic (38) and his superiors, the Favre successor remains in the pot despite the new signing of Marco Rose (44 / with Gladbach only 7th) in the new season. Then officially again as “co-trainer” …
Rose, the likely snorer of Europe, as boss. And Terzic, the potential cup winner and Champions League qualifier, as an assistant. Is that really going well?
With every Dortmund victory and further disgrace to Rose, such as the 0: 6 at the championship again in Munich, the doubts about this future duo in black and yellow grow bigger. Should Terzic outsmart Leipzig for the second time within six days in the cup final on Thursday, he will not only win his first career title. Then Terzic also blew a large portion of stardust from the shoulders of soon-to-be-Bavarian Julian Nagelsmann – and increased his own market value again.
Bremen, Frankfurt, Leverkusen, Cologne – the league is looking for new coaches. And Terzic’s name is mentioned more and more frequently. It’s hard to imagine that – despite all his love for Dortmund – he can really resist this perhaps once-in-a-lifetime opportunity …
After a bumpy start, Terzic managed to instill the long-missing winner mentality in BVB. Further progress: He has coached problem captain Marco Reus again as a top performer and EM candidate, and brought super star Jadon Sancho out of his mental hole. THE key to Borussia’s strong final spurt.
At BVB, they are currently trying to remove any thermals from the coaching issue. A first meeting of the future staff was extremely fruitful, it is said from the club environment. Terzic and Rose in particular would get along extremely well.
Of course, the opposite would also be a message! And yet the likelihood that Dortmund will start the new season with an official and a secret head coach decreases with every Terzic win.
To be continued after the cup final and the increasingly likely Champions League qualification …