Golden Team Soccer

Dax’s farewell to the German club will be met with a mix of joy and disappointment.

For the Dortmund faithful, though, it’s been a long time coming.

“I don’t know if you’re expecting to see Dax here or not,” says Stefan Kostelanetz, who watched the German side lose to Bayern in the last two matches of the season.

“It’s not the first time we saw him and he’s never been here.

We’ve been waiting for it.”

But it’s time.

We had some doubts when he left us.

We were expecting more from him and now it’s a big step forward.

“Kostelans’ reaction is a clear indicator that the Dortmund fans are happy to have their long-time friend back.”

I’m sure Dax will be the best defender we have, so I’m really happy for him.””

We have a great relationship.

I’m sure Dax will be the best defender we have, so I’m really happy for him.”

Kastelanets is one of Dortmund’s few remaining supporters who has yet to be convinced that Dax is the man for the job.

“Of course it’s very difficult to know what to do with Dax,” Kastelansaid.

“He’s still young and he’ll be a great player and a great leader for us.

But we don’t want to lose him, so we have to be very careful with him.”

While the fans may have been ready to give Dax another chance, there is a growing sense that this isn’t his final game.

“Now it’s not a question of if but when.

And we hope he can be the one to play,” Kondelans said.