Thomas Tuchel stressed Borussia Dortmund should try to overcome Tuesday's bomb assault on the German workforce's bus, but admitted it was once nonetheless "extremely tough" to speak about the ordeal.
Thomas Tuchel wired Borussia Dortmund should try to overcome Tuesday's bomb attack on the German crew's bus, however admitted it was once nonetheless "extremely troublesome" to talk about the ordeal.
"We must find a way of overcoming that. but we nonetheless don't know how that's going to occur," the Dortmund train stated Thursday, a day after Tuchel's aspect misplaced 3-2 to Monaco within the rescheduled first leg of their Champions League quarter-remaining.
Three explosions rocked the Dortmund group tutor because it made its way to sign Iduna Park ahead of Tuesday's planned kick-off, forcing the healthy to be postponed unless Wednesday.
Spanish global defender Marc Bartra underwent emergency surgical treatment for a broken wrist and to dispose of glass that become planted in his arm after the blasts shattered home windows on the workforce bus.
"everyone must withstand it in their very own could. no person felt it in precisely the identical manner," stated Tuchel, with Dortmund offering to supply counselling for the avid gamers.
"Some avid gamers saw the explosion… there were a whole lot of different feelings and therefore many different ways of coping with the trauma."
Tuchel slammed UEFA on Wednesday over the choice to go ahead with the fixture lower than 24 hours after the harrowing occasions.
"I complimented the team, they showed personality and loads of braveness. Now we need, with time, to be able to enjoy being on the pitch once more… however one of the best athlete is the one with none worries."
Dortmund's next recreation is at house to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga on Saturday.