How long will Peter Bosz remain in charge at Dortmund?

Kate Abdo, Jovan Kirovski, and Stu Holden discuss Peter Bosz's tenure at Dortmund.

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- Hello. Welcome in to the [INAUDIBLE]. Another Bundesliga Match Day behind us. A couple of interesting results-- Bayern, obviously, extending their lead at the top of the table, but Schalke moving into second. What do you come away from the weekend thinking of?

- For me, it's Dortmund still in turmoil--

- You homer. You always go with Dortmund.

- --after 10 days. There's a disaster there. Peter Bosz could get canned, I think.

KATE ABDO: How long do you give him?

JOVAN KIROVSKI: Going to Stuttgart and not getting a result-- I give him the next week. I don't know if he makes it to the Schalke game.

KATE ABDO: Do you think-- wouldn't they rather wait it out until the winter break and see what happens up until that point, and then make a decision with some calm and some time?

- Yeah, you would think so, but the next two games, they play the Champions League game against Tottenham, then Schalke. So if he doesn't do well in those two games--

- You can't make a decision off the back of the Schalke game, though, surely?

- Of course. They haven't won a game in seven. It's going to be hard.

KATE ABDO: Coming your way next weekend-- on Saturday, Christian Pulisic faces his friend-- American teammate as well-- Weston McKennie as Schalke visit Dortmund in a huge derby on a FS1. And then on Sunday, we're going to return with a double-header starting with Hamburg against Hoffenheim at 9:00 AM Eastern. We'll see you then.

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