Erling Haaland defends his criticism of BVB: “Everything is said to me”

Erlang Haaland has defended his criticism of Borussia Dortmund in connection with the continuing reversals for his person. In the supposed Off with the BVB, the Norwegian wants to cast no further oil into the fire.

“I do not want to deepen that. For me, it was just time to say something. Many have talked about me, but for me everything was said,” said the BVB star in an interview with the pay-TV transmitter “Sky” and was broadcast on the Norwegian platform “Via play”.

Haaland had accused the BVB to put him under pressure on his future. “The last six months I decided to say nothing out of respect for Dortmund. But now the club has begun to push me to make a decision,” the striker star had said in a TV interview.

BVB Managing Director Hans-Joachim Wake had discouraged a compensation between Haaland and the club leadership as well as an ultimatum demented.

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Meanwhile, the currently injured Haaland goes off a quick comeback. “It looks good. I already train very well again. I will be back soon.”

The Norwegian was injured on the 20th match day in the duel against the TSG 1899 Cofferdam.

An accurate diagnosis did not proclaim Borussia Dortmund, after information from “Sky” and “Picture”, however, the Norwegian national player moved into a muscle phaser.

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Haaland had already lacked the BVB in the first round due to muscle injuries. During this forced pauses, he missed a total of six league games, three Champions League lots and the encounter in the DFB Cup against FC Ingolstadt.

Four of the ten lots without the exceptional door lost the BVB. In his 20 missions 2021/2022 Haaland met cross-competition 23 times and prepared six more hits.

“I can still improve in many things I should improve, but is that I should be less injured,” Haaland explained in the interview. However, the injury-related breaks are “a good training for the psyche” for him and would make “hunger for success” even greater, acquaintances of the BVB professional.