Notwithstanding the worst of the Bremen club history, Werder’s Supervisory Board member Marco Bode remains convinced of class retention.
“Despite all our concerns, we should trust t hat this team has strengths and can play much better than it did in the series, Bode said in an interview published on the club’s homepage.
Werder finished the series in the Bundesliga football league at square 17 and lost five of the last six games before the winter break. At the beginning of the round, the North Germans have to compete in the basement duel at Table-16. Fortuna Dusseldorf entered.
The Rhineland countries have only one more point on the account.” I don’t think anyone needs to be told how important this opening game is going to be,”said Bode, who is currently in the training camp with the team in Mallorca.
The European Champion of 1996 warned against overstating the importance of the game. On the other hand, I think it is important not to put too much pressure on it,”said Bode. Whether to the duel in Dusseldorf on the 18th. In January, new players joined the Green-White cadre, leaving Bode open.
The funds for this were available in principle. When options arise, we as the Supervisory Board will always try to do everything we can to implement this economically.”