Some of Ruse’s players managed to emerge in the ranks of Mönchengladbach, as it was their passport to their national teams and it was about French striker Marcus Thuram and German midfielder Florian Neuhaus.
Mönchengladbach also includes the other French striker, El Hassan Bella, as well as Germany defender Matthias Ginter, midfielder Jonach Hoffmann and striker Lars Stindel.
Rouse had brought with him two players from his former club, Salzburg, who left him for Moenchengladbach in 2019, namely Stefan Linner and Hannes Wolf.
The announcement of Rossa’s move to coach Dortmund on Monday led to widespread anger among the supporters of Mönchengladbach, including those who raised banners criticizing the coach’s decision outside the training headquarters.
Moenchengladbach is currently ranked seventh in the Bundesliga, and is invited to face Manchester City in the first leg of the Champions League final next week in Budapest, due to the repercussions of the Corona virus.