Gladbach's performances aren't affected by the fact that Marco Rose will be leaving his position as head coach this summer, according to Florian Neuhaus.
|Florian Neuhaus.||Photo: Borussia Mönchengladbach|
Florian Neuhaus insists Borussia Mönchengladbach aren't letting the impending departure of head coach Marco Rose affect their performances.
After months of speculation about Rose's future, it was finally announced a week ago that the 44-year-old will indeed leave Gladbach to become the next head coach at Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season.
With Gladbach having failed to register a win in their last three games, some have suggested that the uncertainty surrounding Rose might be affecting the team and their performances, but Neuhaus firmly denies that is the case.
"It won't have a negative impact on our performances. Our team is professional enough to make sure that we don't allow that to happen," the central midfielder said in an interview with Funke Mediengruppe.
"If we win games, everything is fine. If, on the other hand, we lose games, this topic will be brought up again and again. We have the ambition to counteract all of that with succesful games."
Gladbach have a tough task ahead of them as they take on Manchester City in the Champions League last 16 on Wednesday.