VfL Bochum gave BVB a lesson in terms of use and passion on matchday 32. Not the first time that an actually inferior opponent bought the cutter of Marco Rose’s team. Ex-international Dietmar Hamann wonders whether the coach may be part of the problem.

Ex-international Dietmar Hamann found clear words for the performance and subsequent explanations of the Dortmund for the 3: 4 defeat against VfL Bochum. “This is embarrassing,” said the “Sky” expert. There was “excuse for excuse,” the 48-year-old rumbled. The whole season of BVB was “underground”, Hamann said.

Yes, the BVB has achieved its minimum goal with the qualification for the Champions League. “But they are twelve points behind FC Bayern. What the Dortmunders did this season is not enough for me,” said Hamann, who also spoke out of the soul of many BVB fans.

Said fans took air after the final whistle in the form of a loud whistle concert. Not the first time that the black and yellow trailers acknowledged their team with whistles. “I have the feeling that the mood is turning at the moment. The players are whistled or insulted,” Hamann observes a questionable development in Dortmund.

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Hamann: BVB should worry

But where exactly is the problem of BVB? “They do wonderful work when it comes to scouting and newcomers. Adeyemi and Schlotterbeck are very good newcomers. But the best of the team also has to be taken out of the team,” Hamann, above all, takes on the coaching team around Marco Rose.

The “Sky” expert recognizes a pattern here that the executive floor in his eyes should possibly think of. “I don’t know if you shouldn’t even worry about whether you have the right trainer,” Hamann indicated that Marco Rose should be questioned by the Hamanning leadership.

In the past few weeks, various media reports have already indicated that this is happening. At the beginning of April, “Bild” reported that Rose was no longer undisputed internally. A few days later, the “Hamann Bild” also wrote that thoughts are given in the club. Managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke in particular is “torn back and forth”.