Why I’m Leaving Borussia Dortmund – Manager

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Borussia Dortmund manager, Peter Stoger has confirmed that his future lies away from the club.

Therefore, he said, he will not be continuing at the Signal Iduna Park next season.

Stoger took over from Peter Bosz in the course of the season but after Saturday’s 3-1 loss to Hoffenheim, he said it would be his last game at the club.

He added that a new stimulus from a new manager will do the club a whole lot of good.

Despite the loss, Stoger managed to secure Champions League qualification for the 2013 finalists.

Before becoming Dortmund manager, the Austrian took over Cologne in 2013 when they were in the second division and led them to Europe last season, finishing fifth in the Bundesliga.

He came to Dortmund after Bosz was sacked for failing to secure a win in 12 games at the club.

He told the media, “This was my last game for the Dortmund, which we decided to do together some time ago.

“A new stimulus with a new coach, will do the club well.”

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