Offbeat Kocak: "We need this passion"
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© Gwendoline Le Goff / Panoramic / Bestimage Jordan Bardella: his partner is the granddaughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen Very present in the media , Jordan Bardella, MEP and member of the National Gathering, prefers discretion when it comes to his privacy. The 25-year-old makes perfect love with Nolwenn, the granddaughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen. Your browser does not support this video At only 25 years old, Jordan Bardella is already a key figure of the National Gathering .
Hannover 96 has shown two faces so far: at home hui, away ugh. In the upcoming home game against Fortuna Düsseldorf, the Lower Saxony should "burn" again.
Hanover has not lost in the second division for twelve home games (8/4/0) across all seasons and was able to win six times in a row on its own pitch (17: 2 goals). The HDI Arena on the Maschsee has become an impregnable fortress. The last home defeat came eleven months ago (1: 2 against Darmstadt on November 25, 2019).
This record sounds like promotion - if it weren't for the away haul: 96 has lost five games in a row across the seasons (5:11 goals). Like the most recent game in Paderborn (0: 1).
Kocak on international trips: "It's irresponsible"
Kocak: "International games where you really have to shake your head" Kocak neither confirms nor denies that, but praises his new central defender: "Simon is strong in tackling, experienced, aggressive and has a strong left foot. " The problem: Falette was traveling with the national team of Guinea during the international break and was only able to train in Hanover on Wednesday.
"We just need this burning - for 96 every second." - Kenan Kocak
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"I hope we learn the right lessons," said Hanover coach Kenan Kocak and became directly poetic: "There's this saying: The difference between what you are and what you want to be is what you do. We just need this burning - every second for 96. " With this fire, the Lower Saxony want to expand the home series against Fortuna Düsseldorf on Saturday. "Success is nice, but it can also be dangerous. Success has to be worked out over and over again," said Kocak, and activated the verbal fire accelerator again: "You have to burn. Not just for a week, but always. We have to internalize the basis for this . "
Crucial little things - Will Sulejmani go up in flames?
With F95, Kocak expects "a very good team" that has "strengthened itself well". He therefore also expects "a game in which the little things will decide".
Decisions must also be made regarding the line-up. It is questionable whether winger Linton Maina will be fit in time. After he had to take antibiotics because of a flu-like infection, he was only able to train with the team again on Thursday. As an alternative to the storm, Valmir Sulejmani suggests itself. Why? "He literally scratches the starting eleven and sends arrows to the coaching team every day," said Kocak. "They say: I want to play, I'm on fire!"
Montereau: Gilles Goracy, the mammoth memory of the Gaïa museum .
© LP / Faustine Léo Montereau, September 16. Gilles Goracy, president of the Musée Gaïa de Montereau, here in front of a Tyrex skeleton twelve meters long, is delighted to share his passion on a voluntary basis, with free access to the place he has set up. There is war only chocolate and camping that are not to the taste of Gilles Goracy, the volunteer president of the Gaïa museum in Montereau.