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    Peter Stoeger is Bosz's replacement. Sacked by Koln last week.

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    Unbelievable. I know Stoeger did well at Cologne by bringing them back to the 1.Buli and did wonders especially last season and brought Cologne to the 5th place, but this season's abysmal performance is very troubling. I am hoping he is a temporary patch while the BVB tries to secure the likes of Nagelsmann etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luftstalag14 View Post
    Unbelievable. I know Stoeger did well at Cologne by bringing them back to the 1.Buli and did wonders especially last season and brought Cologne to the 5th place, but this season's abysmal performance is very troubling. I am hoping he is a temporary patch while the BVB tries to secure the likes of Nagelsmann etc.
    Nagelsman wants only BM.otherwise, he is my favourite coach to replace Emery at PSG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1993Kaan1993 View Post
    Nagelsman wants only BM.otherwise, he is my favourite coach to replace Emery at PSG.
    When did he say that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luftstalag14 View Post
    Unbelievable. I know Stoeger did well at Cologne by bringing them back to the 1.Buli and did wonders especially last season and brought Cologne to the 5th place, but this season's abysmal performance is very troubling. I am hoping he is a temporary patch while the BVB tries to secure the likes of Nagelsmann etc.
    I'll give him the benefit of doubt...he did lose Modeste to a Chinese club so there went his goalscorer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MVBarcaFan View Post
    I'll give him the benefit of doubt...he did lose Modeste to a Chinese club so there went his goalscorer.
    Losing Modeste alone shouldn't sink Cologne into a place with just 3 points after 15 rounds. I am not convinced. We will see what happens to BVB.
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    Luft you seem to be way too harsh on some coaches.

    First Tuchel and now this Koln coach.

    Nagelsmann is hardly better with his team getting wrecked by much inferior teams in the EL.
    Just get a better midfield

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    @Luftstalag14

    Luft you seem to be way too harsh on some coaches.

    First Tuchel and now this Koln coach.

    Nagelsmann is hardly better with his team getting wrecked by much inferior teams in the EL.
    Still not a fan of Tuchel but with Stoeger, honestly I haven't watched Cologne enough to warrant any legitimate opinion on him however I was just shocked that BVB hired him right after he was sacked by Cologne. I certainly hope he will turn things around there but watzke and zorc have to shoulder some blame for BVB's last several disappointing seasons for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luftstalag14 View Post
    Still not a fan of Tuchel but with Stoeger, honestly I haven't watched Cologne enough to warrant any legitimate opinion on him however I was just shocked that BVB hired him right after he was sacked by Cologne. I certainly hope he will turn things around there but watzke and zorc have to shoulder some blame for BVB's last several disappointing seasons for sure.
    I am from Austria so I know him well. He took over my local club Austria Vienna (he even paid part of his buy-out to get his chance), which finished 7th the season before and won the championship with basically the same team in his first year. With a point record. Versus a Red Bull Salzburg that had an on fire Jonathan Soriano, Kevin Kampl and Sadio Mané.

    Köln always was a difficult club. Stöger got the most out of this team. Difficult to keep this up while losing your best player with an already inferior team. Everybody has seen the crash of Leicester after they won the EPL. These things happen with teams that have not the necessary quality to keep up to this standard. Many coaches got fired before he came and coached them for 4 years.

    Stöger always was underrated as coach and succeeded everywhere he was(I am sure Köln-fans will say he was a success-->if you read German forums you would see that most of them see it as a mistake that they've sacked him). He took one step after the other. There weren't many options for BVB and I think Stöger was the best available. He knows the league, he knows the language and he knows BVB. His recent record with Köln looks worrying, but it is difficult to keep a high level when you're coach of the same team for a long time. There is a reason why Pep doesn't want to coach a team longer than 3-4 years.

    Stöger is a great motivator and will help BVB to stabilise their defence. Right now he is a short-time solution but I won't be surprised if he stays in Dortmund for longer. I've heard he already was a candidate for the job last summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonAK View Post
    @Luftstalag14

    Luft you seem to be way too harsh on some coaches.

    First Tuchel and now this Koln coach.

    Nagelsmann is hardly better with his team getting wrecked by much inferior teams in the EL.
    Nagelsman rotated and didn't care about EL.

    Blame his president, who didn't replace Süle and Rudy and forced Nagelsman to play Nordtveit who costed them 4 goals vs Liverpool. He now plays youth teams Cb's.

    Nagelsman already rejected them and said his dream is BM.

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    Their problem is not losing Dembele. Bundesliga is tougher this season thanks to Bayer Leverkusen and Schalke's come backs. also Borussia.

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    Good start by Stoeger, 0:2 away win against Mainz, precious 3 points.
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    Apparently Usain Bolt will have a try out with Dortmund in March.

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