Sport FIFA awards: Flick, Tuchel, New and Berger stand for election
The Scramble to Stop an Insider Election Threat
Backers of the Big Lie could be running polling places across Pennsylvania in 2024.Voters across the Keystone State decided who will run their polling places in the next two elections, but you could forgive them if they didn’t realize it. Buried near the bottom of their ballots on November 2 were a pair of posts: judge of elections and inspector of elections, bureaucratic titles that most people have never heard of. In many counties, the contests didn’t even make the first page of local races, falling far beneath those for supreme-court justice, county executive, and the school board—even tax collector and constable merited higher placement.
National coach Hansi Flick, Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel as well as Nationalkeeper Manuel New and goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger may hope for the best football professionals of the year at the elections. The four Germans are on the candidate list, which published FIFA on Monday. On the homepage of the World Association, the public vote is running until December 10th. At the beginning of January 2022, the circle is limited to three finalists, on 17 January the award ceremony.
World Footballer Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) was re-nominated and could repeat his triumph from the previous year. The Polish striker must assert himself against ten counter candidates under which Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund), Lionel Messi (Paris St. Germain) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) can be found. The selection of the respective candidates took place according to FIFA through two expert committees for women and men's football.
Bayern-insiders reveals: This transfer noise caused confidence between flick and salihamidžić
it is no longer a secret that Bayern's ex-coach Hansi flick and sports council Hasan Salihamidžić in relation to personnel decisions had different ideas. Image reporter Christian Falk has described in his book "Bayern Insider", based on which Transfer affairs has made it particularly chilled. © Provided by 90min Between Flick and Salihamidžić, it has crashed mainly because of the top transfers | Kai Pfaffenbach / GettyImages "If you knew who we already have everything safe ...", began a legenda
The former Bayern trainer Flick and Champions League winner Tuchel measure themselves with Italy's European Champion coach Roberto Mancini. Jürgen Klopp (FC Liverpool), who had won 2019 and 2020, is missing on the list of seven nominees. Goalkeeper newer and the Berger gambling at FC Chelsea each have four counterparties.
The Candidates in the Overview
World Footballer: Stina Blackstenius (Sweden / BK Häcken), Aitana Bonmati (Spain / FC Barcelona), Lucy Bronze (England / Manchester City), Magdalena Eriksson (Sweden / FC Chelsea), Caroline Graham-Hansen ( Norway / FC Barcelona), Pernille Harder (Denmark / FC Chelsea), Jennifer Hermoso (Spain / FC Barcelona), Ji So Yun (South Korea / FC Chelsea), Sam Kerr (Australia / FC Chelsea), Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands / FC Arsenal ), Ellen White (England / Manchester City), Alexia Putellas (Spain / FC Barcelona), Christine Sinclair (Canada / Portland Thorns)
FIFA 22: BVB Jewel Moukoko now officially in the game
Munich - as well as in the past 28 years, EA Sports also brings a new FIFA game to the market this year. On July 11, the official trailer was presented, Ran.de has all known innovations in Liveblog: © imago / twitter @ xnoahhd1 moukoko +++ bvb-jewel moukoko now officially in FIFA 22 playable +++ The wait Has an end to FIFA 22 fans who want to play with Dortmund's Top Talent Youssoufa Moukoko in the football simulation of EA Sports.
World Footballer: Karim Benzema (France / Real Madrid), Kevin de Bruyne (Belgium / Manchester City), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal / Manchester United), Robert Lewandowski (Poland / Bayern Munich), Lionel Messi (Argentina / Paris St. Germain), Neymar (Brazil / Paris St. Germain), Erling Haaland (Norway / Borussia Dortmund), Jorginho ( Italy / FC Chelsea), N'Golo Kanté (France / FC Chelsea), Kylian Mb cap (France / Paris S T. Germain), Mohamed Salah (Egypt / FC Liverpool)
World Trainers / Women's Football: Lluis Cortes (Spain / FC Barcelona), Peter Gerhardsson (Sweden / National Team Sweden), Emma Hayes (England / FC Chelsea), Beverly Priestman (England / National Team Canada), Sarina Wiegman (Netherlands / National Team England)
World Trainer: Antonio Conte (Italy / Tottenham Hotspur), Hansi Flick (Germany / German National Team), Pep Guardiola (Spain / Manchester City), Roberto Mancini (Italy / National Team Italy) , Lionel Sebastian Scaloni (Argentina / National Team Argentina), Diego Simeone (Argentina / Atletico Madrid), Thomas Tuchel (Germany / FC Chelsea)
World Worker: Ann-Kathrin Berger (Germany / FC Chelsea), Christiane Endler (Chile / Olympique Lyon) Stephanie Lynn Marie Labbe (Canada / Paris St. Germain), Hedvig Lindahl (Sweden / Atletico Madrid), Alyssa Naeher (USA / Chicago Red Stars)
World Hats: Alisson Becker (Brazil / FC Liverpool), Gianluigi Donnaru MMA (Italy / Paris St. Germain), Edouard Mendy (Senegal / FC Chelsea), Manuel Neuer (Germany / Bavaria Munich), Kasper Flattering (Denmark / Leicester City)
Tuchel bizarrely blames Stamford Bridge LIGHTS for Jorginho's mistake .
Thomas Tuchel has rushed to the defence of Jorginho after the playmaker committed a blunder at Stamford Bridge to gift Manchester United a soft opening goal. The Italian - while sitting as the last man back while the Blues took a corner - opted to try and bring down a cleared aerial ball by United only to get his touch horribly wrong and allow Jadon Sancho to steal through on goal.Knowing what had happened, Jorginho immediately gave up on the ball, knowing that catching the counter-attacking speed of Sancho would be impossible - with the England youngster then slotting coolly past Edouard Mendy.