Robben Not Disappointed With Sagnol’s Decision

Robben Not Disappointed With Sagnol’s Decision

Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben admits he is not disappointed with Willy Sagnol’s decision to pull him out in the Bundesliga follow-up against Hertha Berlin.

After the departure of Ancelotti, Sagnol was appointed by The Bavarians as coach. Even so, in his first game as head coach of the club, Bayern appear disappointing, and only managed to play a 2-2 draw against Hertha Berlin.

They had two goals ahead, through the action of Robert Lewandowski and Mats Hummels. Robben himself was disappointed with the failure of his team in maintaining the advantage.

“I am disappointed, because we are releasing the two goals we have,” the Dutchman told reporters. “But my change is the coach’s decision, and I can accept it. Even so, this does not mean I can not be disappointed. “

Schmelzer should step aside six weeks ahead

Schmelzer should step aside six weeks ahead

The unfortunate news came from Borussia Dortmund after captain Marcel Schmelzer was confirmed to suffer a ligament ligament injury in a 0-0 draw at SC Freiburg on Saturday.

Where, in the advanced Bundesliga, 29-year-old player was recorded first appearance this season after the new healed heal from the problem seripa dipramusim.

And according to the medical team who handled the player, yesterday confirmed if the captain had a ligament ligament problem on his right foot, which then made him forced to be absent for six weeks ahead.

The injury suffered by the Schmelzer scored a long list of injured Dortmund players, who have already lost Marco Reus, Raphael Guerreiro, Sebastian Rode, Andre Schurrle and Erik Rurm.