Rose has to “throw in some euphoria brakes”

Borussia Monk’s new coach Marco Rose has no problem with the euphoria around him.

“Basically, euphoria is something absolutely positive. But I have the task of delivering results, implementing things and being measured on it. That’s why Max Eberl and I have to kick in the euphoria brakes in the meantime,”said 42-year-old in the”ZDF Sports Studio”.

The native Leipzig, who celebrated his first victory as a Bundesliga coach with the 3:1 (1:1) against FSV Mainz 05 and his close friend Sandro Schwarz, with a new idea of the game, the Borussians will bring them even further to the top of the Bundesliga.” Fans can of course expect a lot. We want to be an ambitious association and formulate great goals,”said the former Mainz Bundesliga professional.

Rose sees his team on a good path in the realisation of his”proactive football in every phase of the game.” A lot’s new for the boys. But here I met an incredibly ready and willing team and up to this point a very patient environment,”said Rose, who became Austrian champion and trophy winner with Red Bull Salzburg.

Many clubs were involved in Saxony. His former coach and mentor Jurgen Klopp had recently described Rose as the “hippest trainer” in Europe.