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Hofmann: "We were nowhere near good enough"

After the 6-0 beating in Munich, midfield man Jonas Hofmann spoke to the press about…

…how the heavy defeat was allowed to happen: We didn’t cope with the opponents as well as we’d planned to. We went 1-0 down very quickly and then conceded the second quite early on as well. When you’re two down in Munich, you need a moment to catch your breath. The opportunities to move the ball forward were there, but nothing really came of them. When you’re 4-0 down at half time away to FC Bayern, there’s no need to beat around the bush – you’re going home empty handed.

…instructions for the second half: Obviously at half time we mentioned that the second half would be about not letting them get too many. We did go out with the intention of scoring a goal or two of our own, to try and make the scoreline a bit more respectable. Despite improving after the restart, we weren’t able to do that.  

…what the defeat means for the race for Europe: We’re still fighting to be in Europe, so this defeat has really hit us hard, because we saw in our last game against Bayern that we can do so much better. So we had been hoping to take something from the game in Munich, especially with our rivals in the table dropping points earlier in the day. This could have been our matchday, but we were nowhere near good enough.  


[Translate to English:] Jonas Hofmann war in München neu in die Startelf gerückt.

More internationals return to training

Marcus Thuram, Matthias Ginter, Florian Neuhaus and Jonas Hofmann have all returned to training following their summer breaks. On Wednesday, Borussia will travel to Munich in order to face FC Bayern München in a friendly that night (18:00 CEST).


On the up: Conor Noß

Starting with the U9s, Conor Noß has progressed through all of the youth levels at Borussia. For more than two years, the 20-year-old has been periodically training with the first team and has had the opportunity to show what he is capable of against the Bundesliga pros.


Foals’ preseason to continue on Tuesday – Internationals rejoin the team

After a couple of days off, Borussia will continue preseason training with a session on Tuesday afternoon (16:00). Head coach Adi Hütter will be able to welcome several international players into the fold for the first time.