The BVB’s Swiss goalkeeper carousel continues to spin without Roman Burke. How does he deal with it?
Swiss goalkeeper Roman Berke is going through tough times at German club Borussia Dortmund: after joining the Bundesliga from Freiburg in 2015 and being number one in goal, he hasn’t played a game this season.
I learned from the new situation
So his confidence must be scratched. opposite the newspaper Ruhr news However, the 31-year-old sets the record straight: “I had to learn to free myself from this constant pressure. Because I’m still on good terms with everyone here, the fun is back.”
It wasn’t Gregor Koppel who said, “I’m coming, you’re not going to play anymore.” He does a good job.
For now, Bourke, Marwin Heitz, and Gregor Koppel are other Swiss in front of the sun. But he has no problem with Kopel: “It wasn’t Gregor Kopel who said, ‘I’m coming, you don’t play anymore.'” The decision came from the club. Gregor is doing well. »
Burke could then be at the top of the goalkeeper’s hierarchy again next year. Then daring “Adventure USA”, he signed a contract with the newcomer at MLS St. Louis from 2023.
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