Sport Can: Sancho “a super boy” - has to “grow up”
A card also for Dortmund
© Provided by Sports.fr Jadon Sancho In the aftermath of Bayern's overwhelming victory over Düsseldorf (5-0), Dortmund made the powder talk in turn at the expense of Paderborn, the lantern red of the German elite, this Sunday as part of the 29th act of the Bundesliga (1-6). Deprived for the occasion of their striker Haaland and long kept in check by their hosts of the day, the Borussens accelerated the maneuver in the second half.
international Emre Can has protected his Dortmund team-mate Jadon Sancho after his hairdressing mistake. “With things like that, he just has to be smarter, be grown up, grow up. He will not be able to afford such mistakes in the future, we are also responsible as a team, »said Can after the 1-0 (0-0) of BVB against Hertha BSC on Saturday night at Sky. But he does not think that the 20-year-old Englishman “does that extra, he may not be aware of it sometimes. Maybe in some things he trusts very different people. He'll have to learn that in the future. »
Sancho and Manuel Akanji (24) had their hair cut at home by a star hairdresser during the week and thereby violated the strict corona regulations. The German Football League imposed a fine, Sancho showed little insight with a tweet. BVB coach Lucien Favre ordered both against Berlin in the starting XI. «You have to lead Jadon a bit. Despite the things he does sometimes, he's a super boy, even out of the field, »said Can.
The 26-year-old then pleaded for Favre to remain in Dortmund. «He is a great coach, 100 percent. Sometimes people complain and talk about the trainer, which I personally cannot understand, »said Can. «If you see the points in the second half of the season, we have always scored except for two games. He is a great coach who fits 100 percent with BVB and I hope that I can work with him here for several years. » Favre praised his midfielder, who played in defense on Saturday, as one of the "leaders who say you have to do it either way. This is necessary."
Jadon Sancho (Dortmund) away from Manchester United .
Due to Dortmund's high demands, MU would have withdrawn from the race for the signing of English star Jadon Sancho. Long the best placed to secure the services of the English international, the Red Devils have abandoned the track leading to Jadon Sancho. The British daily The Telegraph reports that the Mancunian club chose to forget this target because of the exorbitant price that Borussia Dortmund demands for its brilliant winger.