Ex-Dortmund professional Kevin Großkreutz has in Zoff with TSV Victoria Clarholz, recent opponent of his current club TuS Bövinghausen in the Oberliga, and can only do little with the statement by Clarholz press spokesman Marco Borgmann.
“You’ve made it into the paper now – congratulations. Actually, I didn’t want to say anything about it because it’s so ridiculous, but honestly, do you want me to have a drink?! Who puts something in public. And others are also going into it???!!! Never, sorry,” Großkreutz wrote Instagram in response to Borgmann’s post on the Facebook-Side of Victoria.
There Borgmann – after Großkreutz had a dispute with the opposing substitute bench in the game and among other things “Shut up and go to work tomorrow!” called – thanked for the additional motivation by the former national player and described it as “great tennis by a German world champion”. Tomorrow, work calls for him again, Grosskreutz should “recover well from the strenuous 90 minutes today”. Clarholz won the game 4:1.
Opposite of picture Borgmann – like Bövinghausen trainer Sebastian Tyrala – tried to settle: “I hope Kevin doesn’t blame me for the post. We can talk about it over a drink in one of his bars.” According to Grosskreutz, this will certainly not happen.
He continued to write: “If something should have happened, then you come after the game, you drink a beer together and clarify it.” Borgmann, on the other hand, wanted “only one thing and I don’t respect that.” He also gets up at 7 a.m., his wife even gets up at 6 a.m. because of work, and his father comes home from the night shift at 7 a.m. He wouldn’t have a problem with being insulted in the second leg either, “but don’t worry, I won’t say anything or anything. That’s called pride and honor.”