Sky90: Is there more to the Rose change? Max Eberl with a mysterious hint
Marco Rose’s move from Gladbach to Dortmund was one of the main topics of “Sky90” On Sunday. No wonder, as Max Eberl, one of the central figures, was a guest via video switch.
Drilled in vain Sky90-Moderator Patrick Wasserziehr and his guests after details of the Rose deal. Neither about potential successors nor about the content of the discussions with the successful coach, Gladbach’s manager did not want to be elicited – and finally made people sit up and take notice with a mysterious sentence.
Sky90: Max Eberl with a cryptic allusion to Rose-Wechsel
“Not my topic,” Eberl clarified, the question was whether he could understand the content of the decision of his still coach for Dortmund and against Gladbach.
“He has decided to go a different way,” said the 47-year-old. “What was the motivation at the long end remains between Marco and me.”
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Is there more to Rose’s move than the “attractive job”?
I beg your pardon? Is there more to the Rose change than we know so far?
Marco Rose himself named the “attractive job Borussia Dortmund” as the reason for his change. Eberl’s mysterious statement now suggests that there are other reasons for the move.
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His relationship with the club, players and especially Max Eberl, on the other hand, should not have been decisive for the farewell.
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