After the surprising dismissal of Marco Rose at Borussia Dortmund, Uli Hoeneß from arch-rival Bayern Munich spoke up with good advice.

Hoeneß not surprised: In contrast to many other football fans, Uli Hoeneß was not surprised that coach Marco Rose and BVB went their separate ways. The honorary president of FC Bayern spoke of an “explosive mixture” on “RTL / n-tv”. “I always thought so. But Watzke knew that too. And so it’s not surprising now how it came about.”

Terzic good choice: Hoeneß already has a tip for a potential successor: Edin Terzic. He “proved at the end of last season that he can lead the team well,” said Hoeneß. “I think a lot of him,” he added.

The fans in the back: The advantage for Terzic according to Hoeneß: “He will certainly have the great support of the fans. Marco Rose didn’t have that much, right from the start, because Terzic actually had good successes at the end of the season.” Rose had to live with his shadow man Terzic in management for the whole season.

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