In the present day, both have exciting young managers – Frank Lampard at Chelsea and Marco Rose at Gladbach – some useful up-and-coming players and are on course for the Champions League next season.
And even post-Klopp, Dortmund are devoted to high octane football and high entertainment for the fans.
Yes, they both play in blue. But also they both boast terrific history and heritage, have been overshadowed by neighbours in the recent past and now find themselves in the middle of a rebuild.
Having said that, both clubs have brilliant managers and are committed to winning games in style. Unlike City, Leipzig haven’t won anything yet but it’s only a matter of time.
Chelsea weren’t bad at that time either but achieved more in the late 1990s and 2000s but both have regularly graced the European stage.
But both clubs are based in proud, industrious, working-class communities with devoted fanbases and both are hoping to be in Europe once again next season.
Tottenham can relate to that in recent years, missing out on league titles and losing big games in the cups, including last year’s Champions League final, often by narrow margins.
Leipzig are hated by fans of every other German club because they’ve been bankrolled into contention for the top honours by the Red Bull corporation.
Both clubs boast large and passionate fans who known how to generate a boisterous atmosphere. They also share a pre-match ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ rendition. And for The Kop read the Yellow Wall.
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