Sport Freiburg coach criticizing Newcastle Takeover
Comparison with Van der Sar: Van Gaal enthuses from Freiburg-Keeper Flekken
Mark Flekken is at 28 years before his debut for the Dutch national team. Bondcoach Louis van Gaal enthuses the highest tones over the keeper from the Sc Freiburg . © Provided by 90min Mark Fleckken is in front of his debut for the Elftal | BSR Agency / Getty Images "He is a real van-Gaal-Keeper," quotes the Sid the Dutch national coach. Van Gaal compared fleckken even with goalkeeping legend Edwin van der Saar: "He is incredibly good with the feet, you can not imagine.
Trainer Christian Streich The SC Freiburg has sharpened the acquisition of the English Club Newcastle United by a consortium with Saudi stake sharply. "Things are always happening in football that exceeded any degree. In this case, that's unbelievable, who is there everything in this consortium, "said the 56-year-old on Thursday. One knows that in the consortium people are "who are entangled in serious human rights violations" were, supplemented prank. "I have to say if people have a problem, then I can count on these people."
The English Premier League had agreed to take over because the club is not under the control of Saudi Arabia. The public mutual fund Saudi Arabia is said to hold 80 percent on the consortium and is now majority owners of the association. In addition, the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed is Salman, which are accused of serious human rights violations, the most influential man of the fund. However, the fund is considered "separated from the State", which was allowed to accept a transition from the LIGA view.
prank has no understanding and instead held a plea for the Bundesliga. "I believe that the Bundesliga is also attractive and that we are not allowed to go along, which is made in other leagues, for example in England," he said. "Who does not work so well, though he has a tradition that does not play more Bundesliga. That's competition for me. "
EPL fans urged not mock new Arab owners .
Newcastle United has issued a statement urging fans to refrain from wearing mock Arab clothing following the Saudi backed takeover of the club.Many supporters wore what appeared to be towels or sheets on the day the takeover was announced and subsequently at the Premier League match against Tottenham at St. James' Park on Sunday.