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Not just bad luck: Terzic on renewed injury concerns at BVB

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Similar to last season, BVB has to contend with injury worries in the new season. Coach Edin Terzic has now commented on the injury problem and does not consider the many absences just bad luck.

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Similar to last season, BVB has to contend with injury worries in the new season. Coach Edin Terzic has now commented on the injury problem and does not consider the many absences just bad luck.

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Last season, BVB was at the top of the league with over 2,000 injury days. The many failures were one of the main reasons why the Black and Yellows fell well short of their own expectations in both the DFB Cup and the Champions League. Who knows whether Marco Rose would still be a BVB coach today if he hadn’t had to do without important regulars so often.

In the summer, those responsible in Dortmund reacted to the high downtime and rebuilt the medical and athletic departments. The American Shad Forsythe, previously active for DFB and Arsenal FC, was installed as the new “Head of Performance” and should solve the injury problem.

So far, not much has changed compared to the previous year. It is true that more emphasis is now placed on individual prevention and analysis, such as that picture– Newspaper reports. In addition to regular training, the BVB pros now have to complete additional units that were previously voluntary. Nevertheless, the Black and Yellows have had around 400 lost days since July 1st (via transfermarkt.de) collected. At FC Bayern, for example, it is only 140 days.

Coach Edin Terzic is aware that the club needs to solve this problem quickly. As part of the Ruhr newsThe 39-year-old explained the format “19:09 – the black and yellow talk”: “We’re trying to find explanations. But it’s not just about finding explanations, it’s also about finding solutions. We can all say: We’ve been the most unlucky since years. No, we’re not.” (Quoted via picture)

Terzic continues: “There are probably things that we can and must do better. There are a few things that we have already attacked this summer. But that will take time.”

It is important to take a differentiated look at the plight of injuries. Sebastien Haller’s testicular cancer, for example, is certainly not related to incorrect exercise control. The situation is different with the muscular problems of the long-term problem children Eden Hazard and Raphael Guerreiro and the Süle failure at the beginning of the season.

The next few weeks with 13 competitive games before the winter break will provide information as to whether BVB drew the right conclusions in the summer. If the injuries increase again, Terzic will find it just as difficult as his predecessor Rose to bring consistency to his team’s performance.

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This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as.

Source: Stern

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