Can Dortmund Claim Top Four? – Tactical Analysis

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After the sacking of Lucien Favre in December, assistant coach Edin Terzic was given the interim role at Borussia Dortmund. Unfortunately for the first time manager, things could not have gotten off to a rockier start. Terzic won just six of his opening thirteen matches in charge, forcing Dortmund into a difficult situation heading into the final third of the season with a spot in next season’s UEFA Champions League in their sights. However, in recent weeks, Edin Terzic has grown his reputation, with Borussia Dortmund now on a 4 match win streak in the league as they charge toward the top four…maybe even three. So with that, we provide a second tactical analysis on Edin Terzic‘s Borussia Dortmund, and their chances of finishing top four this season.

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Just a few weeks ago after their devastating loss to Eintracht Frankfurt, Dortmund’s hopes of finishing in the top four appeared to be all but over. However, with four wins on the bounce, Edin Terzic now has the team in poll position to qualify for next season’s Champions League. Although 2020-21 has not been a season to remember for the club, if they were to finish in the top four, Dortmund fans would walk away from this season full of optimism and hope for the future. Whether or not they can achieve that all comes down to the next four weeks.


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