Sport Dardai still hopes for a short break for Khedira
Emeli Sandé 'leaves record label EMI'
Emeli Sandé has parted ways with her record label EMI after nearly ten-years, it was reported on Monday. After reaching the No.1 spot with her 2012 best-selling album, Our Version Of Events - which sold 683,000 copies in the UK - the Next To Me songstress, 33, has reportedly 'struggled' to obtain the same sales figures. Now it is claimed she hopes to work on a new album independently, following her hiatus in December to focus on new music.
Hertha coach Pal Dardai continues to hope that Sami Khedira and the also injured offensive players Matheus Cunha and Nemanja Radonjic will return soon. “They certainly won't play in the next game. Then we'll see. Sami says it looks good. That’s positive for now, ”said the coach of the Berlin Bundesliga club in a digital media talk on Tuesday. Khedira sustained a muscle injury to her left calf in Saturday's game at VfL Wolfsburg (0-2).
Matheus Cunha and Radonjic had to replace a few wounds on the thigh and adductor. Hertha will miss all three in the relegation battle, at least in the home game on Saturday (3.30 p.m. / Sky) against FC Augsburg. After his move from Juventus Turin, Khedira was only in the Hertha starting line-up for the second time. He has not yet been able to play a game over the full playing time.
Against Augsburg, Dardai counts on a return from Jordan Torunarigha (hip), Javairo Dilrosun (knee) and Marvin Plattenhardt (muscular problems) to the squad. “I would take her with me. I have a good feeling with everyone, ”said Dardai. Appearances in the starting XI would come too early for the trio. After his broken foot, captain and defender Dedryck Boyata is still no option. Striker Krzysztof Piatek has reported himself fit again after the painful kick on the foot by Wolfsburg's Marin Pongracic, according to Dardai.
Jarstein and the "wind gust" coach Dardai is worried. .
Hertha BSC is treading on the spot, feeling the Mainz breath on the neck and urgently needs points. Coach Pal Dardai knows very well that relegation has to go through the offensive in the end. Meanwhile, Rune Jarstein receives no criticism despite the mistake. © imago images Two Norwegians among themselves: Dortmund's 20-year-old Erling Haaland comforts 36-year-old Rune Jarstein after his mistake.