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Sommer: “Nice to see the boys smiling on the pitch again”

Following the 5-0 victory over Arminia Bielefeld on Sunday evening, goalkeeper Yann Sommer sat down to discuss the win, the race for European places, and the upcoming quarantine training camp.

Yann Sommer on…

…the importance of the victory: It was a perfect day. We’re delighted that we’ve been able to bounce back from the 3-2 defeat against TSG Hoffenheim. We put in a great performance and made it very difficult for Bielefeld to put us under any pressure. I thought we played really well in every department. As a team, we brought a lot of energy onto the pitch and showed very positive body language alongside quality on the ball and good positional play. Defensively, we stayed very compact and we were aggressive in our duels. We want to keep fighting for European football next season and we really showed that in the way we played.

…Breel Embolo’s brace: I’m really happy for Breel. He delivered a great performance and topped it off with two goals. I’m happy for all of the boys in the team, but I think it’s clear that the brace will have done Breel a lot of good.

…the discrepancy between the Foals’ last two matches: It’s been something of a recurring theme this season that we blow hot and cold. It’s difficult to explain. In Sinsheim we didn’t play well at all so it was extra important that we were able to show ourselves what we’re capable of. We all enjoyed the game against Arminia a great deal and it was nice to see the boys smiling on the pitch again.

…Borussia’s chances in the race for European football: We know that we cannot allow ourselves to make any more mistakes this season. The door to the European places is still open at the moment and we will do everything we can to catch up with the teams ahead of us. If we can continue to win games like we did against Bielefeld, the pressure is on other teams, as we’re closing the gap. I want to achieve everything possible with Borussia this season.

…the upcoming quarantine training camp: It’s not something I’m looking forward to if I’m being completely honest. But it’s something that is necessary and it makes sense. We accept the decision to go ahead with it and we’ll make the best of it. It’s not for long and the most important thing is that we can bring the season to a close properly.

Yann Sommer was delighted with the Foals’ performance against Bielefeld.


Thank you and good luck, Lars Stindl!

After eight years with Borussia, captain Lars Stindl has opted to continue his career at his hometown club, Karlsruher SC. The striker has been involved in a lot of special moments during his time at the club that will remain in the memories of Borussia fans for a long time to come.


Virkus: “We have to have a broader set-up to improve”

Managing director for sport Roland Virkus spoke about Borussia’s new head coach Gerardo Seoane, the introduction of Nils Schmadtke as first-team sporting director and the further changes in the club.


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Gerardo Seoane is Borussia’s new head coach – restructure of the sporting management

Gerardo Seoane has been appointed as Borussia Mönchengladbach’s new head coach. The 44-year-old has signed a three-year contract with the club. Nils Schmadtke has been named as the club’s new sporting director.