Borussia Dortmund – News and rumors: BVB comeback by Marco Reus is probably postponed

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Borussia Dortmund - News and rumors: BVB comeback by Marco Reus is probably postponed





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Must be waiting for his comeback: Marco Reus.


BVB captain Marco Reus’ comeback is likely to be postponed. In addition, sports director Michael Zorc praised the ultra scene of Dortmund and made demands on the fans.

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BVB: Is Marco Reus’ comeback postponed?

BVB captain Marco Reus’ comeback is likely to be postponed. Since the 2: 3 defeat in the DFB Cup round of 16 against Werder Bremen, Borussia Dortmund has to do without its captain Marco Reus. There the 30-year-old contracted a muscle injury and has been working on his comeback ever since. As the Image newspaper would like to have experienced now, but this could drag on even longer.

At first there was only talk of a four-week break. Now it could take about twice as long before Reus can return to the square. Accordingly, there is a breakdown at least until the international break at the end of March (March 23-31). The international would not only be missing in the important Champions League round of 16 second leg at Paris Saint-Germain, but would also miss the district derby against FC Schalke 04. “Marco trained in the hall yesterday and today. I can’t say when he’ll be back,” said Dortmund coach Lucien Favre.

Marco Reus: Performance data season 19/20

competitionCallsGatestemplates
Bundesliga19th116
Champions League4th1
DFB Cup2nd1
DFL Super Cup1
TOTAL2612th7

Borussia Dortmund: Michael Zorc praises ultra-scene

At yesterday’s press conference before the game against Borussia MOnchengladbach, sports director Michael Zorc praised the Ultras at BVB, but at the same time made clear demands on the fan scene.

“I think it makes sense if we look at the whole issue in a very differentiated way,” he said. One should not now “put everything in one pot”, so do not mix the events of the weekend “with racism or homophobia”. “It doesn’t do it justice.”

His appeal to the ultras of all clubs: “What must stop is this discrimination, insulting individuals. There must be a clear consensus – even among the ultra groups. It is unbearable, it is not acceptable.” But at the same time you have to “see that large parts of the ultra groupings are also responsible for ensuring that, for example, in the stadium behind the goal we have no real agitation, are not contaminated with brown”.

BVB: The upcoming opponents

datecompetitionopponentHome / away
07.03.2020BundesligaBorussia MonchengladbachA
11.03.2020Champions LeagueParis Saint-GermainA
14.03.2020BundesligaFC Schalke 04H
03/22/2020BundesligaVfL WolfsburgA
04/04/2020BundesligaFC BayernH

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