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after defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt are the nerves at BVB blank. The horror scenario threatens. Emre Can has absolutely no desire for it.
At BVB, the disappointment is really deep.
"I do not have a goat to play in the Europa League. I want to play Champions League," said a visibly grated Emre Can on Saturday nightat Sky .
What you want and what you get are like so often two pairs of shoes.
because after the bankruptcy against the Eintracht - the direct competitor in the race for the Champions League places - threatens black yellow the "Horrorszenzenario" Europa League.
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The qualification for the royal class is located with seven points behind the fourth-placed SGE for only seven remaining Bundesliga game days in more distance. (Reus Departure Samples for BVB crisis )
CAN has no desire for the Europa League, wants to play royal class - Champions League ripe was his appearance against the Eintracht but not. At the winning hit of Eintracht striker André Silva, the center defenders did not leave a good picture, did not go with his opponent.
A symbol of the BVB is just nothing, but was not CANs defile in this situation, but above all.
Extremely slow and annoyed strolled Reus from the square, his facial expression spoke volumes, the captain nobility he threw the Giovanni Reyna substitute for him lustlessly.
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to express it with the words of sports director Michael Zorc: "We introduced it very differently."
But now it's just as it is. "We do not really need to talk about them and to smash any thoroughly pearls. It's definitely not easier, but it's still possible," BVB coach Edin Terzic was confident.
Mats Hummels did not sound so optimistic: "Do not reach the Champions League would be athletic and financially a catastrophe. We are now close to it and unfortunately dug a big hole. If you are realistic, I believe it is likely to be with yourself Six or seven wins very, very heavy with fourth place, so that should not be our topic now, but simply bring performance in the Bundesliga, looking out what comes out of it, and try to continue in the next few weeks. "
: But with the defeat against Frankfurt, BVB also plummeted the general rehearsal for the King Class Quarter Final on Tuesday at Manchester City.
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