☕️ Breakfast news: Kehl counts BVB professionals, hostilities against Vini Jr.

Is Bayern lacking a temporary solution? Kehl takes all BVB professionals responsible and renewed hostility against Vinicius Jr from Real. It’s breakfast news for a perfect start to the week.

The relationship between Thomas Tuchel and FC Bayern could become a real test. Despite the crisis, the fifty-year-old is still authorized to sit on the Munich coaching bench and those in charge would even be ready to continue to employ the coach in the event of his exit from the CL.

While ‘Sky’ reports that the elimination of the CL actually means the immediate expulsion of Tuches, according to ‘Bild’ it is still possible that he stays. The basic assumption is that there are doubts about who should replace the coach until the end of the season. The club’s management believes that in the event of an exit from the CL, it does not matter whether Tuchel stays. Because the season would be more or less over.

Resumption of hostilities against Vinicius Jr.

Racist insults against Real Madrid’s Vinicius Jr. caused a worldwide sensation last year. According to ‘The Athletic’, racist hostilities occurred again during the 2-2 draw between FC Valencia and Los Blancos. A video reportedly shows how a child called the Brazilian a “monkey”. Now La Liga is investigating.

The winger was previously the victim of racist hostilities in May last year, following which Valencia FC imposed stadium bans on three supporters. With his two goals, Vinicius Jr. saved the 0-2 deficit. The 23-year-old covered his ears meaningfully while clapping.

For BVB, CL qualification should be the minimum objective in the championship. This should also decide whether coach Edin Terzić is allowed to remain in office. After mixed performances this season, discussions about Terzić’s job have become increasingly louder in recent weeks. Sports director Sebastian Kehl is now taking a stand – and holding the players particularly responsible.

Kehl explained in ‘Sport1 Doppelpass’ that it is not only the coach, but above all the team that is responsible. “Everyone can play better (Site notre bureau spécialisé). “It’s the responsibility of the players, not just the coach,” said the sporting director. After the victory against Union Berlin, Terzić should have created some space for himself, even if Dortmund’s performance was not exceptional. That’s why Kehl called on the BVB professionals to improve their own performances.

Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez are practically best friends. The two stars played together at Barcelona for years, they are currently pursuing goals together for Inter Miami and understand each other blindly, as Suarez explains in the interview.

« Messi knows everything about me, » says Suarez and perhaps that’s why they get on so well despite a four-year break.

In the PL, a victory against Sheffield gives Arsenal the opportunity to stay close to Liverpool and Manchester City.