The European League and Bayer Leverkusen returned in their first match against the Hungarian champions Budapest. “This is an attractive and exciting competition. “We have set ourselves goals, we aspire and we want to make the most of them,” the Swiss said ahead of Thursday’s Group A match against Hungarian record champion Ferencvaros Budapest. Last year, Gerardo Sewan surprisingly knocked out Leverkusen along with Young Boys Burn in the second round. That is one of the reasons why he is the coach of Leverkusen now.

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Bayer Leverkusen wants first place

Bayer wants to win the group in which the Hungarians, coached by long-time Bundesliga coach Peter Stoeger, play against Betis Sevilla and Celtic Glasgow. “Our goal is to play first in this group,” Siwan said. This will be especially valuable in season. Because after the starting field is reduced due to the conference league introduction, the group winners save themselves in the middle round and go straight to the round of 16.

Head coach Ferencvaros Stöger, who has coached Leverkusen’s neighbor 1. FC Köln for four and a half years and Borussia Dortmund for six months, returns to Rhineland respectfully but without fear. “We are a decent international team and we have a good balance, but we won’t be able to go into a completely open exchange against a team like Leverkusen. But we also don’t intend to put ourselves behind,” said the Austrian, especially away from home. At home with the crowd behind you. Things might look different.”

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More football tips:

Champions League on Wednesday. Jurgen Klopp wins with Liverpool over AC Milan. The Paris Saint-Germain star failed despite the failure of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar in the face of Brugge, Real Madrid defeated Inter Milan late – and Frankfurt shook Sebastian Haller four times:

Bosch – Champions League – PSG missed in Brugge, Klopp celebrates with Liverpool, the former Frankfurt scored four times

The summer transfer window is over, but players without a club can still look for a new one. Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool FC appears to be on its way to BVB’s gem, Judd Bellingham, Franck Ribery changing to American Salernitana:

It’s official now – Leon Goretzka extends long term contract with Bayern Munich


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