Germany international record player Lothar Matthaus (150 caps) finds nothing but words of praise for Lucerne in his Sky column and the first provisional assessment of the many coaches who changed clubs in the Bundesliga in the summer: “I am quite amazed at him. He understood and accepted the league in a procedure Urgent and Bayer Leverkusen gave a really great streak.”
Seoane’s second row
The 60-year-old also admired Werkself’s style of play: “Fast and charismatic football on the wings, a great striker with an elegant build, defensiveness and stability almost better than in the past.” The bottom line is that it gives a second order. That would be five for us.
At the other end of the scale is YB’s number one master maker, Adi Hütter, Seoane’s predecessor with Bernese: the Austrian is, according to Mathhaus, “disappointing across the board.” The devastating verdict of the world and European champions: “What Borussia and their coach have done so far is not at all like Gladbach. What the club stands for is completely missing. Above all, there is a lack of spirited attacking football, a lot of opportunities created, goals, speed and passion. So far, there is almost nothing to see from all of this.”
He only scored five goals
Well, the order of the foals – 16, the place of landing – fully corresponds to the criticisms of Mateus. Borussia scored only five goals, and they are usually a very offensive team. And already received nine. This is not a good value either. Specifically: sixth worst. A lot has to happen in Embolo, Zacharias, Elvidi, Sumer and Co., otherwise it will be inconvenient. Mateusz closing words: “Adi Hütter still has a lot of work to do!” (the battery)
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