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⚽ | Maya Yoshida's participation in Schalke is “fate” !?


Photo DF Maya Yoshida decided to transfer to Schalke with Atsuto Uchida [Photo: Getty Images & DAZN]

Maya Yoshida's participation in Schalke is "fate" !? He also reacts to the competition with Atsuto Uchida nine years ago.

 
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It is expected that he will play an even more active role as the third Japanese player following Japan national team DF Ko Itakura, who has decided to transfer to Borussia MG with Mr. Uchida.
 

Maya Yoshida, who joined Schalke 1 in Germany, welcomes the club official with one "emoi" with Atsuto Uchida Captain D of the Japanese national team ... → Continue reading

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    Japan National Team DF Ko Itakura

    Borussia Monchengladbach

    Borussia Mönchengladbach(Borussia Mönchengladbach; German pronunciation: [boˈʁʊsi̯aː mœnçn̩ˈɡlatbax],Formal name: Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 eV Mönchengladbach) IsGermany-MonchengladbachProfessionals based inサ ッ カ ーclub. Monchengladbach(Moenchengladbach),Gradbach(Gladbach), AbbreviationBorussia MG(Borussia MG) Also known as.Borussia is Latin for "PrussiaIn the sense of "old"Kingdom of PrussiaLocal soccer clubs have team names bearing Borussia.

    Overview

    Demonstrated strength at home and abroad from the 1960s to the 1970s,Udo LattekDirected by the director,Alan Simonsen, West Germany representativeGünter Netzer, Berti Vogts,Uli Stielike, Heynckes,Wolfgang Clef He has won the league five times, won the UEFA Cup twice, and even in the Champions Cup.Final in 1976-77It was a strong club, such as advancing to, but in recent years it has been in a long slump. Also in the 2006-07 seasonMarcell JansenIt sank to the bottom while having players of national and international representative classes, and it was decided to be demoted for the second time in the history of the club.However, in the 2-2007 season, he continued to maintain the lead of the 08nd division of the Bundesliga from the 9th round and decided to promote to the 2st division.

    The 2008-09 season has been sluggish since the opening, and the director was dismissed in October 2008.Although he had a proven manager who left the team, he continued to fight for the rest throughout the season. MFMarko MarinShowed an activity of 4 points and 13 assists, but in the final game, Marin, who had difficulty in defending, was removed from the starting lineup and achieved the remaining in 15th place.

    MF who contributed to the residueMarko Marin(Werder BremenTo), MFAlexander BaumjohanMF in the hole (to Bayern)Juan Arango(MallorcaFrom), won the midfielder and became the new coachArminia BielefeldWas demoted to Zvaiteliga (2nd division)Michael FrontzeckWelcomed.

    For the 2011-12 season,Marco Reus,Juan ArangoAttack team centered on and DFDanteAnd GKThea StegenThe defensive team centered onFabreFinished the season in 4th place under the supervision of the 2012-13 seasonChampions leagueAcquired the right to participate.

    2020-21 seasonChampions leagueThen on the group stagereal Madrid,Intel,Shakhtar DonetskHowever, he maintained his strong performance by defeating Shakhtar Donetsk with a total of 2-10 in two races, and was second only to Real Madrid, deciding to advance to the final tournament for the first time in about 0 years.

    Popular locally, the four seasons since the 2004-05 season, when the home stadium was moved to Stadion im Borsia Parc, have more than 4 people, including the 2-2007 season, which was the second part of the season. Records the average audience mobilization of.In particular, during the 08-4-1-2004 season, which was the first part of the season, an average audience mobilization of 05 to 2006 was recorded. In June 07, he visited Japan and played four games with the Japanese national team, with 47,000 wins and 49,000 draw.

    title

    Domestic title

    • Bundesliga: 5 times Meisterschale.pngMeisterschale.pngMeisterschale.pngMeisterschale.pngMeisterschale.png
      • 1969-70, 1970-71, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77

    International title

    Past results

    SeasonDivisionDFB PokalEuropean Cup
    leagueTrialWinMinuteDefeatObtainedLostpointRanking
    1965 – 66Bundesliga Part 1349111457682913 bitEliminated the second round
    1966 – 67Bundesliga Part 1341210127049348 bitEliminated the second round
    1967 – 68Bundesliga Part 134151277745423 bitLost the quarterfinals
    1968 – 69Bundesliga Part 1341311106146373 bitBest 16
    1969 – 70Bundesliga Part 13423567129511 bitLost the quarterfinals
    1970 – 71Bundesliga Part 134201047735501 bitLost the quarterfinals UEFA Champions Cup Eliminated the second round
    1971 – 72Bundesliga Part 13418798240433 bitLost the quarterfinals UEFA Champions Cup Eliminated the second round
    1972 – 73Bundesliga Part 134175128261395 bitWin UEFA Cup second place
    1973 – 74Bundesliga Part 13421679352482 bitBest 16 UEFA Cup Winners Cup Eliminated the semi-finals
    1974 – 75Bundesliga Part 13421858640501 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Cup Win
    1975 – 76Bundesliga Part 134161356937451 bitBest 16 UEFA Champions Cup Lost the quarterfinals
    1976 – 77Bundesliga Part 134171075834441 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Champions Cupsecond place
    1977 – 78Bundesliga Part 13420868644482 bitLost the quarterfinals UEFA Champions Cup Eliminated the semi-finals
    1978 – 79Bundesliga Part 1341281450533210 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Cup Win
    1979 – 80Bundesliga Part 1341212106160367 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Cup second place
    1980 – 81Bundesliga Part 134157126864376 bitLost the quarterfinals
    1981 – 82Bundesliga Part 134151096151407 bitLost the quarterfinals UEFA CupEliminated the second round
    1982 – 83Bundesliga Part 1341241864632812 bitLost the quarterfinals
    1983 – 84Bundesliga Part 13421678148483 bitsecond place UEFA Cup Eliminated the second round
    1984 – 85Bundesliga Part 134159107753394 bitEliminated the semi-finals UEFA Cup Eliminated the second round
    1985 – 86Bundesliga Part 134151276551424 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Cup Eliminated the semi-finals
    1986 – 87Bundesliga Part 13418797444433 bitEliminated the semi-finalsUEFA CupEliminated the second round
    1987 – 88Bundesliga Part 134145155553337 bitEliminated the second round
    1988 – 89Bundesliga Part 134121484443386 bitEliminated the second round
    1989 – 90Bundesliga Part 1341181537453015 bitBest 16
    1990 – 91Bundesliga Part 13491784954359 bitEliminated the second round
    1991 – 92Bundesliga Part 13810141437493413 bitsecond place
    1992 – 93Bundesliga Part 134139125959359 bitEliminated the second round
    1993 – 94Bundesliga Part 1341471365593510 bitBest 16
    1994 – 95Bundesliga Part 13417986641435 bitWin
    1995 – 96Bundesliga Part 134158115251534 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Cup Winners Cup Lost the quarterfinals
    1996 – 97Bundesliga Part 1341271546484311 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Cup Eliminated the second round
    1997 – 98Bundesliga Part 1349111454593815 bitEliminated the second round
    1998 – 99Bundesliga Part 134492141792118 bitLost the quarterfinals
    1999 – 00Bundesliga Part 234141286043545 bitEliminated the second round
    2000 – 01Bundesliga Part 234171166231622 bitLost the quarterfinals
    2001 – 02Bundesliga Part 1349121341533912 bitEliminated the second round
    2002 – 03Bundesliga Part 1341191443454212 bitEliminated the second round
    2003 – 04Bundesliga Part 1341091540493911 bitEliminated the semi-finals
    2004 – 05Bundesliga Part 1348121435513615 bitEliminated the second round
    2005 – 06Bundesliga Part 13410121242504210 bitEliminated the second round
    2006 – 07Bundesliga Part 134682023442618 bitEliminated the second round
    2007 – 08Bundesliga Part 234181247138661 bitEliminated the second round
    2008 – 09Bundesliga Part 134871939623115 bitEliminated the second round
    2009 – 10Bundesliga Part 1341091543603912 bitEliminated the second round
    2010 – 11Bundesliga Part 1341061848653616 bitBest 16
    2011 – 12Bundesliga Part 13417984924604 bitEliminated the semi-finals
    2012 – 13Bundesliga Part 1341211114549478 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Champions League Playoff defeat
    UEFA Europa League Best 32
    2013 – 14Bundesliga Part 134167115943556 bitEliminated the second round
    2014 – 15Bundesliga Part 13419965326663 bitLost the quarterfinals UEFA Europa League Best 32
    2015 – 16Bundesliga Part 134174136750554 bitBest 16 UEFA Champions League GS defeated
    2016 – 17Bundesliga Part 134129134549459 bitEliminated the semi-finals UEFA Champions League GS defeated
    UEFA Europa League Best 16
    2017 – 18Bundesliga Part 134138134752479 bitBest 16
    2018 – 19Bundesliga Part 134167115542555 bitEliminated the second round
    2019 – 20Bundesliga Part 13420596640654 bitEliminated the second round UEFA Europa League GS defeated
    2020 – 21Bundesliga Part 1341310116456498 bitLost the quarterfinals UEFA Champions League Best 16
    2021 – 22Bundesliga Part 1341291354614510 bitBest 16
    2022 – 23Bundesliga Part 134Place

    European performance

    2000

    Current member

    Bundesliga 2020-21 season Major formations (4-2-3-1)
    20227/2Now

    Note: The nationality notation of the players isFIFA's national qualification rulesbased on.

    No.PosPlayer name
    1GKSwitzerlandYann Sommer
    3DFJapanAkira Itakura
    5DFGermanyMarvin Friedrich
    6MFGermanyChristoph Kramer
    7FWGermanyPatrick Herrmann
    10FWFranceMarcus Thuram (Flag of Guadeloupe.svg)
    11MFAustriaHannes Wolff
    13MFGermanyLars Stindl captain
    14FWFranceAlassane Pléa
    15DFGermany
    17MFFranceKouadio Koné (Flag of Ivory Coast.svg)
    18DFAustriaStefan Lainer
    20DFGermanyLuca Netz
    21GKGermanyTobias Sippel
    22MFDenmarkOscar Frauro (Flag of Italy.svg)
    No.PosPlayer name
    23MFGermanyJonas Hofmann
    24DFGermanyTony Jantschke (Deputy Captain)
    25DFアルジェリアRamy Bensebaini
    26MFGermany
    27MFGermanyRocco Lights
    29DFThe United States of AmericaJoe Scally
    30DFSwitzerlandNico Elvedi
    32MFGermanyFlorian Neuhaus
    33GKGermany
    34MFIreland (Flag of Germany.svg)
    35FWAustralia (Flag of Italy.svg)
    38FWLuxembourg (Flag of Cape Verde.svg)
    41GKGermany

    National flags in parentheses indicate other nationalities, and stars indicate non-EU players.

    directed by
    • German flag

    Loan transfer

    in

    Note: The nationality notation of the players isFIFA's national qualification rulesbased on.

    No.PosPlayer name
    No.PosPlayer name
    out

    Note: The nationality notation of the players isFIFA's national qualification rulesbased on.

    No.PosPlayer name
    46GKGermany ()
    No.PosPlayer name

    Successive directors

    Successive players

    GK

    DF

    MF

    FW

    League match participation record

    RankingNameParticipation
    1German flag Berti Vogts419
    2German flag (English edition390
    3German flag Herbert Wimmer366
    4German flag en: Christian Hochstätter339
    5German flag (English edition331
    6German flag Wolfgang Clef321
    7German flag Patrick Herrmann310
    8German flag (English edition290
    9German flag Yup Heinkes283
    10German flag en: Michael Klinkert274

    League score record

    RankingNamescore
    1German flag Yup Heinkes195
    2German flag en: Herbert Laumen97
    3German flag en: Hans-Jörg Criens92
    4German flag Gunther Netzer82
    5German flag Uwe Learn81
    6Danish flag Alan Simonsen76
    7German flag Lars Stindl72
    8German flag Frank Mille71
    9German flag (English edition61
    10Swedish flag Martin Dahlin60

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