Sebastian Kehl will be out for four weeks with a shoulder injury. Acromioclavicular separation is the medical term, that will keep him out for the period of a month. A very unfortunate moment indeed, when Mats Hummels jumped on Kehl’s shoulder in order to defend a set-piece. The rotten injury luck seems to be endless.
It’s nothing less than the most important mid-season preparation in more than 30 years for Borussia Dortmund, who are amidst the relegation fight and need to work hard and well to fight their way out of the drop zone and out of the crisis. The black and yellows have three weeks time to find back into their stride, before the immense pressure will pile on once the Bundesliga returns at the end of January.
Mitchel Langerak, Shinji Kagawa and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missing due to the Asian Cup and African Cup of Nations is far from ideal for Dortmund’s preparation, but news from the first three days of training will turn things back to the bright side.
Borussia Dortmund sign Kevin Kampl from Austrian club RB Salzburg.
The Slovenian, born in Solingen (50 km South-West of Dortmund), signed a contract running until 2019. BVB will hope to have made another step in order to turn around their miserable season, as they enforce their offensive midfield with the 24 year old, who has shown a lot of promise in recent seasons and is set for bigger things.
What are you guys excited about right now? Is it all phones, as per usual? CNET lays it out with the Top 5 most searched for items May. Find out more by reading the full article after the break.
What are you guys excited about right now? Is it all phones, as per usual? CNET lays it out with the Top 5 most searched for items May.
“Android is not in my world. It’s not in my attention span most days. Thinking about the iOS app is a full-time job, and staying competitive on iOS is a full-time job.” This quote comes from Instapaper creator Marco Arment…