Dortmund – German team changed English football

Dortmund will make a trip to Tottenham’s stadium in a round of 1/8 Champions League. But for many people this is like a home game of the German team.

In the UK, coaches who have worked in Dortmund are making a lot of buzz. Juergen Klopp is flying with Liverpool and competing fiercely with the City. Daniel Farke, former U23 coach Dortmund, is helping Norwich to be second in the Championship.

Jadon Sancho là biểu tượng cho thế hệ cầu thủ mới ở Anh khi quyết định sang Dortmund lập nghiệp

Quite a few English clubs want to copy Dortmund’s recruitment system. Arsenal even invited the head of the Ruhr team, Sven Mislintat, to talk about the short time between the parties.

British fans always wanted to be the center of the club like in Germany. And Dortmund, with 80,000 fans filling their home matches with low ticket prices and the level of participation in high club management, is the target they aim for.

In addition, there is a British star shining brightly in Dortmund. It’s Jadon Sancho. He is a pioneer for a new generation of British talents who are willing to go abroad for a young age.

Sự cuồng nhiệt nơi các SVĐ ơ Đức là niềm ao ước của các CĐV Anh

In the summer of 2017, Dortmund’s spending of £ 8m to bring Sancho back from City was considered a farce. Now his value has increased to £ 105 million according to CIES football research agency.

Man City under Pep Guardiola is currently the second ranked team from the bottom up for players from the academy to play in the Premier League this season. The most competitive teams for players from the academy are Man United, Tottenham and Arsenal. In total, Foden only had 427 minutes to play in the Premier League and Champions League in his entire career compared to Sancho’s 2.212 minutes in Dortmund.

“The biggest benefit is that they have the opportunity to play,” said Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc. Because of budget differences, perhaps the German teams are forced to give some young players a chance to play.

Liverpool and the most memorable Champions League season in history

The final match between Liverpool and Tottenham cannot change the truth when the 2018/19 Champions League is the most attractive in the history flow of this prestigious tournament.

After 10 years, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are no longer taking over the Champions League. Liverpool is a game changer with Juergen Klopp’s unrelenting boom. However, that is not the only imprint of the UEFA Champions League 2018/19.

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It is impossible to talk about the Champions League in 2018/19 but ignore the incredible comeback. This is the season that deserves to go down in history with many memorable emotions. Choking scenarios take place continuously, directly pushing the world into a real roller coaster in the knockout round.

On March 6, 2019, no one imagined Ole Solskjaer’s Manchester United could turn against PSG after losing 0-2 at the eighth round in the table to determine Marcus’s 90 and 3 minute score. Rashford. What is the most dramatic thing here?

The answer is that Rashford has never scored 11m before in a professional career. So the number 10 of MU dare to perform and defeat goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. Stress, daring, arguing and risking the match at the Parc des Princes became the undeniable highlight of the Champions League 2018/19.

Nearly a week after the wonderful night at the Parc des Princes, the whole European stage moved to Juventus’ Allianz Stadium, where Cristiano Ronaldo showed himself to be the king of Europe’s most prestigious arena with a hat-trick to help Juventus going upstream, thereby knocking Atletico Madrid 3-0 to continue after losing 0-2 in the first leg.

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The semi-finals continue to be climbing climbers not for the faint of heart. Liverpool was destroyed at the Camp Nou after Leo Messi’s perfect night with a score of 3-0. Leave it at Anfield, where defender Andrew Robertson wrote on They Player’s Tribune that he “felt sorry for those who had to go there”, Liverpool crushed Barca 4-0 to advance to the final.

Spurs need 45 minutes of the second half of the second leg in the Netherlands to turn every effort and advantage of Ajax’s three goals into a cup. A hat-trick with Moura’s goal in the final minute of the second half brought Tottenham into the first Champions League final in history.