Thank God Borussia Dortmund’s bosses most likely went to their senses and would not decide to extend their contract with Peter Stoger. The Austrian contract expires at the end of the season which means that in BVB they have to look for Red Bull coach is the main candidate for Borussia Dortmund who will take over from Signal Iduna Park in July and embrace all that crap that will remain after the current campaign.
Salzburger Nachrichten reports that the Red Bull Salzburg coach Marco Rose is at the top of the Dortmund wish list.
Earlier, there were some rumors about a 41-year-old German in Borussia. Many people look at this candidacy very positively because the guy who played 158 Mainz games at the time, belongs to the recently popular generation of young coaches in Germany with a modern approach to football.
Having a ball, an offensive disposition, emphasis on the middle of the field, high pressure – they are not foreign to him. He is currently working in Salzburg which is famous for being able to play youth and he started his adventure in Austria from the Red Bull U-16 team, gradually reaching the senior team.
Being able to introduce new young and talented footballers would surely be useful in Dortmund and knowledge would that perhaps it would be possible to get rid of some interesting players from his own stable from Leipzig.
By the way, Rose himself was born in Leipzig and as a football player, he represented the colors of VfB Leipzig. I wonder if he belongs to those who like RasenBallsport in Leipzig or not necessarily.
Borussia had the opportunity to convince herself that the Salzburg trainer is not just any cucumber. In the end, BVB faced RB in the 1/8 of the Europa League final and dropped out losing 1: 2 at their home stadium. Red Bull showed great side also in the quarterfinals when after an exciting two-minute match against Lazio he eliminated the Romans and advanced to the semi-final where Olympique de Marseille is already waiting for them.
It is the team to go through the most, so was Rose ending his adventure with Salzburg triumphant in the European Cup? His team may even win a triple second class crown because he is on the right track to reach the Austrian championship and the Austrian Cup.
The Rosego contract with Red Bull is valid until the end of next season so BVB would have to pay for it. It would not be a big problem especially since the vision of coaching the Bundesliga club but German one is certainly very tempting for someone earning a has in Hitler’s homeland.
And finally, we’re talking about Borussia Dortmund which is one of the biggest clubs behind our western border. If the Salzburg coach could not be taken out, the Luciene Favre candidate from Nice is also seriously asked. Although I would personally prefer to see Marco Rosego at Signal Iduna Park. The guy looks like an interesting trainer with a vision that can bring a certain breath of novelty a much-needed league yet world champions.