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Tuchel speaks out after Tuesday's attack

Dortmund coach shares heart-breaking chronicle of Tuesday's incident - Video

April 13, 2017 By Oscar Rojas
The German manager revealed Thursday was his 'worst day' following the incident, since he found it hard to motivate the players.

Surviving Tuesday's attack was something Borussia Dortmund's players and coach had never thought about, but the incident will be on their minds for the rest of their lives.

Speaking in a press conference earlier today, manager Thomas Tuchel shared details about the incident, which some of his players found hard to overcome. The German boss also complained about UEFA's lack of common sense, considering no one from football's governing body in Europe asked them if they wanted to play.

Some players, like Roman Bürki, weren't able to sleep that night. Others, like Sokratis Papasthatopoulos, have admitted they won't forget this incident soon. But how does Tuchel feel after 48 hours have gone by? 

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