#Bvb Newsblog

The Daily Bee: Watzke Responds to Speculation About Marco Rose’s Position

A few weeks ago there was speculation by BILD about Borussia Dortmund coach Marco Rose being under some pressure. One of the claims made was that, should BVB fail to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League, Marco Rose’s position may be under consideration. Sure enough, BVB were knocked out of the Champions League, so that raised the question of whether BILD’s claims about Rose would now come to pass. Watzke has now come out publicly and rubbished those reports.
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Hakim Ziyech ‘potential candidate’ for Borussia Dortmund in January — report

Hakim Ziyech continues to struggle for consistent impact at Chelsea, including during his recent run in the team (thanks largely to injuries to others), which culminated somewhat ignominiously in getting replaced by Ross Barkley of all players in the starting lineup against Burnley last weekend. While Ziyech does have a...

The Daily Bee: BVB Working to Extend Erling Haaland’s Contract

Despite his injury, Erling Haaland is still one of the hottest transfer targets in Europe. Although there are seemingly dozens of potential suitors for Borussia Dortmund’s star striker, this hasn’t stopped BVB’s front office from trying to keep him around, perhaps longer than we Dortmund fans first expected. The key...

The Daily Bee: Rapha Guerreiro Returns to BVB Training

Some good news on the injury crisis: Rapha Guerreiro is on his way back! Kicker reports that Guerreiro returned to team training on Monday. Borussia Dortmund have been without their star left back since early October, when he picked up a muscle injury while on international duty with Portugal. It would be huge for BVB to get Guerreiro back.

The Daily Bee: Borussia Dortmund Considering Legal Action After Hummels Red Card

Apparently Borussia Dortmund are really, really mad about the red card that Mats Hummels received yesterday. So much so, they’re considering legal action!. I can’t really blame them for pursuing action to get the red card overturned, but beyond that I don’t really know what could realistically come of this. It was a terrible call, and I don’t think the suspension will be upheld.