Borussia Dortmund, the second German football club, announced on Friday that it had given up coach Marco Rose, after one season of cooperation between them.

“After an unsatisfactory season for various reasons, we had to realize that we were not making the most of our potential in many areas,” club general manager Hans-Joachim Watzke said in a statement.

Rose, 45, expressed his regret over the dismissal, saying in the statement, “Despite a difficult season and many unexpected things, I am convinced of our path.”

The former Leipzig player, who also supervised the training of Austrian Salzburg, said that after talks with the club’s management, “I had the impression that all officials were no longer 100% convinced,” adding, “In the end, we decided together to put an end to our cooperation.”

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