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Madness referring to these loanees driving me mad by doing nothing fun

Olympique de Marseille v Stade Brestois - Ligue 1 Uber Eats Photo by Johnny Fidelin/Icon Sport via Getty Images

Welcome to Fear The Wall’s weekly recap of each Borussia Dortmund loanee’s performance at their respective clubs. BVB have four players out on loan, whose loans all end on June 30, 2021. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments.


Leonardo Balerdi (CB)

Olympique Marseille (Ligue 1, Coupe de France)

On Saturday, March 13th, Olympique Marseille took on Stade Brest at home and won 3-1 thanks to two late goals. An important note: Brassier scored the goal for Brest.

Anywho, Leonardo Balerdi started this game. He committed one foul and drew two. Balerdi was also nominated to the team of the week thanks to his defensive efforts!

Balerdi has one assist, four yellow cards, and one red card in 12 appearances (11 starts) in Ligue 1.

Sergio Gómez (AM)

SD Huesca (La Liga)

Last place SD Huesca faced second place and soccer giant FC Barcelona on March 15th. How do y’all think this went?

Yup, Huesca lost 4-1 and that one goal came off a penalty kick. Sergio Gómez was subbed on in the 60th minute. He had one shot-creating action.

On the season, Gómez has one assist in 19 La Liga appearances (two starts).

ESP: FC Barcelona-SD Huesca. La Liga Santander. Photo by Pressinphoto / Icon Sport

Immanuel Pherai (AM)

PEC Zwolle (Eredivisie)

PEC Zwolle fell to first place Ajax Amsterdam 2-0 on March 14th. Immanuel Pherai was subbed on after 64 minutes. He didn’t do anything of note, but neither did Zwolle. Over the full 90 minutes, they had one singular shot. Ajax had 21.

Pherai has one goal, two assists, and one yellow card in 21 Eredivisie appearances (11 starts).

PEC Zwolle v Ajax - Dutch Eredivisie Photo by Angelo Blankespoor/Soccrates/Getty Images

Marius Wolf (RW)

1. FC Köln (Bundesliga)

1. FC Köln is now winless in their last five games as they lost to Union Berlin 2-1 on March 13th. Marius Wolf started at right back and was subbed off after 82 minutes.

He did not have a good time back there, as he gave up the penalty for Union’s first goal. Kicker gave him the grade 5.5. For reference, five is failing and six is the worst you can be, and you really only get a six if you are a no show. So, 5.5 is really bad. In fact, kicker wrote an entire article about how bad Wolf has been defensively and how nonexistent his offense has been. Yikes!

Nevertheless, Wolf had one shot, shot-creating action, committed foul, and drawn foul.

Wolf has two goals, two assists, and two yellow cards in 22 Bundesliga appearances (21 starts).

1. FC Union Berlin v 1. FC Koeln - Bundesliga Photo by Boris Streubel/Getty Images

Stats from kicker.de