The European trips of the professionals are finished after leaving in Glasgow last week for this season, while U 19 by Borussia Dortmund ensures furore. By winning the penalty shootout, Mike Tullberg’s team in the quarterfinals of the Youth League – for the first time in club history.
“We all were pleased that our U 19 continues to represent our colors in Europe,” says the future sports director Sebastian Kehl in conversation with the Youth League and praises: “The boys have fought sacrificing in a non-simple personnel situation.”
“He plays a role in our professional planning of course”
The “jubilee” had been felt in the club, “you could also read the whole night in the chat courses”. Kehl congratulates: “Compliment to Mike Tullberg, Lars Ricken and everyone involved in this great victory.”
Meanwhile, a special Lob deserved the 17-year-old Englishman Jamie Bynoe Gittens, who met twice against manunited in the regular season and then transformed the decisive penalty. “Jamie’s development is a really good,” says Kehl about the offensive player who was changed from Manchester City to BVB in the summer of 2020 and soon promoted: “He plays a role in our professional planning for the coming season of course.”