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The Daily Bee: Various BVB Players Earn International Call-ups

Gio Reyna, Jude Bellingham, and others will be representing their countries over the next two weeks.

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The Revierderby is right around the corner, and even across the ocean, the tension is palpable. Every single member of BVB’s front office is hyping up the game, demanding a winning result from the Black-and-Yellows:

There’s an international break around the corner, and while we still have the Revierderby to look forward to before that, I figured I might as well give an overview of the break. Many Borussia Dortmund players will be representing their countries in friendlies and the UEFA Nations League:

As always, let us engage in a dance to pray to the soccer gods that none of these players hurt themselves while on international duty.

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What should BVB sacrifice to the soccer gods to avoid injury during the international break? I would suggest a goat, but I wouldn’t want to risk offending Hennes the GOAT.