In April 2000, BVB was in terrific relegation worries after 6 Bundesliga bankruptcy in a row. After falling in 13th place in the table, Borussia Dortmund signed the coaching legend Udo Latter as a fireman, who was supposed to prevent the overall crash with Matthias Summer as an assistant coach. This was followed by memorable weeks for all BVB individuals as the then midfielder Miroslaw Stevie.
The rescuer mission by Udo Latter, which was reactivated by the then BVB bosses Herd Naipaul and Michael Meier from the coaching stand, achieved success. The yellow and black won their away games at VfB Stuttgart (2: 1) and Bertha BSC (3: 0) on the 32nd and 34th match day and hence celebrated the late transfer in the Bundesliga. One of the protagonists of that time at BVB was midfielder Miroslaw Stevie, who also keeps in mind the special weeks with head coach Udo Latter 23 years later on. He was a terrific coach and a wonderful person, I am pleased that I had the ability to experience such a person and coach. I get goose bumps when I think about it, the Serb reminded in an interview on the Dortmund YouTube channel.
Latter's speech at BVB is Stevie Never ever forget
Above all, the extremely important away video game in Stuttgart on match day 32, when the Westphalia threatened the direct crash to a transfer zone, Stevie stayed in the head.
The speech of the video game of Udo Latter was spectacular. I need to play against (CFB appreciation gamer, note of the editor) Bamako. The 53-year-old reported on his moments with Udo Latter, to whom he confirmed a sensational charisma. Stevie played all 5 Bundesliga games under Udo Latter and after that remained 2 more seasons at BVB. Simply 2 years later on, he won the German champion with Borussia Dortmund, and after that contracted with VFL Bochum and Sprig Interacting in German expert football.
The speech of the video game of Udo Latter was mind-blowing. I will never ever forget that. I need to play against (CFB praise gamer, note of the editor) Bamako.
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