Borussia Dortmund face the hard challenge of recovering from Tuesday's frightening bomb attack on their team bus as they prepare to host Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga this weekend. The second leg is being played next Wednesday in Monaco. Dortmund lost 3-2 to Monaco in the Champions League quarter-finals clash.
And they will have to do so again on Saturday, when Eintracht Frankfurt visits in the Bundesliga.
"I'm pretty sure if some of the people who made the decision (to play the match) afterwards had been on the bus they would not have played the game but when you are not on the bus you can not really imagine how it was exactly".
"The game was not too important but when they played they tried to be at their best". "From what I heard from team sources, many players didn't want to play today".
Bartra was the only Borussia Dortmund player injured in the bombing. "We have to find a way to deal with it".
Germany winger Marco Reus, sidelined for the past six weeks by a hamstring injury, is set to return for Dortmund but Bartra faces four weeks out. "We know that we are threatened like many other countries and will do everything in our power to ensure security in freedom for our citizens, in close consultation between the federal government and the states", she said.
Tuchel is sure to rotate his fourth-placed squad to try to help give those worst affected by the attack time to recover.
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Other chants included "A free country, a free university", "Orban get out", "Viktator!" and "Europe, Europe". The CEU operates in Budapest but is the only worldwide college with no branch outside Hungary .
As a result of the Dortmund attack, authorities are beefing up security across the country ahead of this weekend's fixtures.
"There is not a real announcement in this moment, but what I can probably say is "yes", said Klopp when asked whether Gerrard was to become coach of a youth team.
"We have to keep living without fear, but these things can happen".
But European football's governing body rejected the claim, insisting that both clubs had agreed to play on Wednesday. I know exactly where it is on that road and a lot of my friends were on the bus.
"I hope Marc has a fantastic recovery".
"Basically, we had the feeling that we were being treated as if a beer can had hit our bus, and half an hour later the decision was there that (it would be) tomorrow at 6.45pm", Tuchel said. On Wednesday, Tuchel was stinging in his criticism of UEFA for going ahead with the Champions League game so soon after the attack. "But we are human beings, and there is so much more than football in this world and last night we felt it".