World NFL-Profi Johnson wants to get at new Stuttgart Team
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Football Professional Jakob Johnson plans an entry into the new Team Stuttgart Surge, which will be launched from mid-June in the newly founded European League of Football (Eleven). "We are about to hold on the details," said the player of the New England Patriots from the North American NFL at an online press conference of Swabia on Wednesday.
First, he supports the team from his birthplace in the medial area, explained Johnson. He wool his commitment but expanding and "really get". In what form did the 26-year-old, whose own contract in the patriots recently extended by one year, was still open. "As a player in the NFL dreams, I believe, everyone of living the life of a franchise owner," he joked. "I do not know if I can do so. But I have to be in any way in any way. " To anchor the sport «for the next few decades in Europe» need «local teams and a local fanbase," said Johnson.
In the new Europaliga, in addition to Stuttgart, five more German teams (Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig, Frankfurt, Cologne) occur. In addition, the Panthers Wroclaw from Poland and the Barcelona Dragons from Spain come. "We have about 90 percent of our squad together," said Surge Chef Trainer Martin Hanselmann. «The majority comes from the region." But there are also players from the US, England, Spain, France and Australia. Your home matches deny the Stuttgart in the Gazi Stadium. They should take place regardless of whether viewers can be admitted or not.
Barty's ruthless response to No.1 controversy .
For the most humble of champions, Ash Barty has made a loud and defiant statement in the past month. She shushed doubts over her world No.1 ranking, frozen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, by winning the Miami Open. Then she buried them with victory in Stuttgart, her 11th WTA title.Barty's response was ruthless, in her unassuming way. She simply got out there and beat everyone in her path. She never bought into the rankings chatter but always insisted she remained a rightful No.1; and so it has proved.The Australian (9655) is now nearly 2000 ranking points clear of Naomi Osaka (7800), the world No.