BVB: Coach Edin Terzic raves about newcomer

The first competitive game of the new year is approaching – and BVB are looking forward to the home game against FC Augsburg on Sunday.

In the pre-match press conference, Dortmund manager Edin Terzic spoke about possible magic moments for Sebastien Haller in front of the South Stand, newcomer Ryerson and Youssoufa Moukoko’s upcoming deal. (Bundesliga: BVB – FC Augsburg on Sunday from 3.30 p.m. in the TICKER)

Read the press conference.

+++ Terzic on the next Moukoko deal +++

Terzic: “One hundred percent clarity is not there yet (smiles). But of course we are happy that there will be clarity in the near future. Youssoufa is a player who has so much potential who is far from finished and which has been growing steadily here for years. The evolution of the last few months would have given it the slightest credit in July. I am happy with every day that I work with Youssoufa. Youssoufa is someone who gives himself 100% in every training. I don’t think it’s been easy for him the last few months. It went up quickly and then there was the absolute highlight with the nomination for the World Cup. We always saw the potential. I didn’t notice from the training ground that it put a strain on him. He tries very hard. We don’t have talks between coaches and players about contracts.”

+++ “Augsburg always close” +++

Terzic: “A lot has happened in the transfer market at Augsburg this week. It doesn’t make it easy for us. Nevertheless, I think Augsburg have been very aggressive and still close despite the seven games without a win. They were particularly good against Bayern, Leipzig and Leverkusen.

+++ Terzic on the competition +++

Terzic: “The word fight always sounds so negative and aggressive. We just hope this situation lasts as long as possible. But due to stress, the situation often changes quickly again. We told everyone that we had a internal competition.

++ Terzic on BVB problems +++

Terzic: “We checked that the number of goals and the number of conceded don’t match. First of all, it’s very easy. At the beginning of the season, we defended in a very compact way. It made us strong , but then weakened. We want to remember the start again. We also worked on the duels, that was one of the main points. It was about the remaining defense. In attack, of course, it was about repeating some patterns and occupying the penalty area better.Standards were also a big issue.We worked on it several days a week.

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+++ Haller’s return? That said Terzic +++

Terzic: “Sébastien presented himself very well. He worked here until December 22 and started again in January. His last competitive match was at Ajax in early May. It’s a long time. You saw the danger he can cause against Basel last week. We will discuss privately if he will play from the start. But it will be a very moving moment. It’s just a question of when he comes back and not whether it will still work.”

+++ Terzic on the preparation +++

Terzic: “The winter break was very long. This has never happened before. We are tired of looking at the table like that and have to invent a few things. With many players returning from long-term injuries, we have more options and we have given more thought to the coaching staff. But we are very sorry that Peter Herman is no longer there as an assistant coach. It is very sad news that he is absent due to illness. Peter, we will always be by your side and hope you feel better soon.

+++ Terzic on Ryerson +++

Terzic: “We’ve been watching him for a long time and I like his style of play, which he himself describes as intense. He can play both sides away from home. He can park on the left and become dangerous from distance. He then heads to the right baseline. He arrived great and he’s a great guy. He feels comfortable in all four outside positions.

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++ Terzic announces: Reus sick +++

Terzic: “You have noticed that many are back. Only Morey is too far behind and Meunier is injured. Marco Reus has been sick all week. We are still waiting to see how Modeste and Dahoud are doing after their long downtime. Otherwise, everyone is fit and hungry.

+++ PK starts +++

It starts. Terzic is there.

+++ BVB under pressure +++

After a disappointing finals in 2022, Dortmund fell to sixth after beating Gladbach 4-2 before Christmas and are two points behind fourth-placed Frankfurt in the Champions League top spot. BVB is directly under pressure.

+++ Ryerson replacing Meunier +++

In the preparation there was already a shock of injury. Right-back Thomas Meunier will be out for around six weeks with a calf tear. BVB reacted to this and brought in Julian Ryerson as a replacement for Union Berlin. It cost 5 million euros.

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