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Can Klopp win one more trophy with Dortmund?

2015 DFB Pokal Final: Can Klopp quit Borussia Dortmund on a high?

May 28, 2015 By Oscar Rojas
With the DFB Pokal final being his last game as Borussia Dortmund's coach, what are Jürgen Klopp's chances of adding one more piece of silverware to his resume?

The 2015 edition of the DFB Pokal will be remembered as Jürgen Klopp's final game as Borussia Dortmund's head coach, and the highly praised and beloved coach will want to leave his job with all the possible flair. But what are Dortmund's real chances of winning another title under Klopp? And how can his team cancel key players such as Kevin De Bruyne, one of the most exciting players to watch in this Bundesliga season?

First of all, you have to consider the motivational factor. Klopp has made a habit out of getting the most of his players in this kind of games, and they will surely try to perform correctly for their outgoing boss' pleasure. Furthermore, after eliminating Bayern Munich from the title race, the Yellow and Black side will try to prove they deserve to win the Cup one more time, even if the Bavarians made every mistake possible for them to make it to the final game.

Klopp gives Mats Hummels some instructions earlier this season. Both characters were believed to be leaving this summer, but only the German tactician will say goodbye.

Next, the statistical factor favors Klopp's side. Even if the Wolves won their previous meeting 2-1,  Dortmund has dominated all stats, winning two of their previous four games and drawing the other one. In fact, both sides played against each other in last year's DFB Pokal, with the Yellow and Black outfit winning 2-1. Although this might be a good chance for Wolfsburg to claim revenge, Klopp's side has the right tools to make the game go their way this Saturday.

Finally, the historical factor. Borussia Dortmund will play their seventh DFB Pokal Final, with even results of three wins and three losses. After winning one cup against Bayern, but losing another two years later, this will be the chance for Klopp to write one more piece of history with the team, since he would become the only manager to win two German Cup titles with the club. On the other hand, Wolfsburg's record in the DFB Pokal finals is really short, with only one final match played, back in 1995. 

Chances are close for both teams, but maybe after shocking Bayern in the semis, and with the Klopp factor on their minds, Borussia Dortmund's players could very well provide their soon-to-be ex-coach another bit of glory before he leaves the institution for good.

Klopp's bag of tricks will be required in order to beat a highly motivated Wolfsburg team. Can he leave emotions our of the door and focus on giving his beloved yellow and black side another title?

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