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Borussia Dortmund midfielder Kevin Grosskreutz has appealed to his club's fans to obtain behind they instead of access it their backs because struggling Bundesliga outfit make an effort to turn their season around.

The Westphalians - German champions in 2011 and 2012 - are rooted for the foot of the table after suffering eight defeats in 13 matches, the most up-to-date of which was Sunday's 2-0 loss at Eintracht Frankfurt. That defeat was met by jeers in the visiting fans with the Waldstadion even though Grosskreutz admits he understands their frustration, according to him still it does not enable them to by any means.

"I could totally understand their reaction following your game," he wrote on Instagram. "Regardless of whether it truly hurts the soul! On the other hand, my local freinds from the stands are very angry, furious and sad and so on the opposite hand, my friends and that i about the field feel the in an identical way.

"Like I only say, their reaction is justifiable, only we must not make the same mistake created by other clubs by not receiving through it together through ruining or insulting individual players. It is all around the club Borussia Dortmund and we still have to offer everything with the - but we want you otherwise it's going to just come out the way it has at a number of other clubs who had been struggle to cope and never got faraway from danger."Despite Dortmund's current plight, coach Jurgen Klopp has eliminated resigning.

"I understand that joggers are thoughts journalists could have, but there is however no reason when you consider that," Klopp told Sky television. "I believe I've a responsibility. If only luck counts plus a difference in coach would bring us some of that, then all they have to do is call me and I'll step aside, but until somebody involves me and says they have got found somebody who is going to fare best than me, i then can't just emerge. That's not me waiting in anybody's way, but Furthermore cannot leave unless we have a better solution. It's actually a big responsibility, but one I address."

— Friday, December 05, 2014