Revealed the reason Dortmund sacked Rosé, despite having only managed one season

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Borussia Dortmund have sacked Marco Rosé as manager. Despite the German coach having only been in charge for one season.

Borussia Dortmund sack Marco Rose as manager. After managing the team for only one season. The German coach led the Reds to a second-place finish in the Bundesliga for his first season. But embarrassing defeats in both the Champions League and Europa League have made his term shorter than expected. Rosé arrived at Westfalen Stadion last summer after spending two years at Borussia Monchengladbach. And he rose to fame from managing Red Bull Salzburg.

         Now referred to have to find a new job. Dortmund’s board convened a meeting before issuing a statement yesterday (Friday 20 May 2022) saying: “Hans-Joachim Watzke, Michael Zorc and Sebastian Kehl would like to thank Marco Rose for the work he has done, his great commitment and the trust conversation. We wish him only the best for his personal and sporting future. Rose’s assistant coaches Alexander Zickler included Rene Maric and athletic coach Patrick Eibenberger. will not work for Borussia Dortmund anymore Borussia Dortmund also thank them for the work they do and their commitment. him during the 2021/22 season.”

         Watzke, chief executive of the Yellow Tigers Adding about this rather surprising decision: “Today is not easy for all of us because the mutual respect among us is great and still good. After an unsatisfactory season for many reasons. We have to recognize that we have not reached our full potential in many areas.”

         The UFABET club have already begun rebranding for next season, with Erling Haaland’s £51million move to Manchester City being offset by the arrival of German trio Ni . Klaas Sule, Nico Schlotterbeck and Karim Adeemi are all signed before pre-season, with Rosé admitting last month that Dort’s season Mund is not good enough

         The 45-year-old said after his side’s 3-1 defeat to Bayern Munich that led their opponents to the German title: “When you lose eight Bundesliga games, that’s too much, we’re not good enough, that must be said clearly. The difference is that Bayern is more consistent. all season It is the consistency that sets the two teams apart.”