Despite Leverkusen’s unexpected exit in DFB Pokal and a couple of poor results that cost them slipping from second to fifth in the Bundesliga table, club bosses made clear that they support their current trainer.
questionable decisions in their loss to the fourth-tier club,
was placing both
atop an unfamiliar 3-1-4-2 system. He also used
to pull the strings in midfield and kept injury returned
on the pitch for the full 120 minutes. However, the club’s sporting director,
, and sporting CEO,
, defended the manager’s decisions.
"We created a lot of chances and should have led by halftime,"
noted, "The formation was good. We had to take our chances."
"When you score the first goal, you have to bring the game home with confident, well-organized, and structured possession,"
"We'll have to put ourselves [in Bosz's] shoes,"
added, "We let the opponent gain confidence, but I'll stick to my guns. We need to score more goals."
Despite the club’s bosses' supports, if
cannot find their way back to form befitting of their overall talent level,
can expect a harsher response.
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