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Dortmund have parted company with Thomas Tuchel, just days after he led the club to victory in the German Cup. The coach had been at loggerheads with club CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke for weeks.
Dortmund's chairman has written an open letter to the club's supporters explaining the decision to part ways with coach Thomas Tuchel. BVB have stressed that it had nothing to do with a reported rift between the two men.
Under Donald Trump, Washington is distancing itself from the Iran nuclear deal. The US president insists Tehran has been violating the agreement, without citing concrete proof. For Europe, that's a risky move.
The disconnect between Thomas Tuchel and Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke may have made the coach's departure inevitable. However, it would be better for both sides if they could patch things up, writes DW's Matt Ford.
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