US News SC-Trainer Streich: Love for soccer is love for Maradona

16:40  26 november  2020
16:40  26 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

Grifo & Co. back in training - Changed rhythm at SC

 Grifo & Co. back in training - Changed rhythm at SC At the start of the training week before the home game against Mainz, almost all national players at SC Freiburg were back on the pitch. Because the game is only on Sunday, the Freiburg team will have another unfamiliar day off tomorrow. There are reasons for that. © picture alliance Last for Italy, now back on the ball for Freiburg: Vincenzo Grifo. The Freiburg team started the training week yesterday with strength training in the morning and a session on the pitch in the afternoon.

Diego Maradona -- widely considered one of the greatest soccer players of all time - has died at his home in Argentina, according to his reps. The spokesperson also noted Pope Francis had been praying for Maradona recently after learning of But, he was still widely loved in his home country

Football legend Maradona has passed away at the age of 60. I am creating this thread to collect tributes from across the football world and Ciao, Diego. Andriy Shevchenko - You have always given me emotions and smiles. Nothing will undo what you have done for all those who love football.

Freiburg's trainer Christian Streich paid tribute to the Argentine soccer star after the death of Diego Maradona. «What unites us all is the affection and love for football. And the love for football equals the love for Diego Armando Maradona, "said the 55-year-old on Thursday," because he is simply a part of this football and embodies what is special about it. " Maradona also stood for the good and the poor, "what rebels against the rich and the corrupt," said the coach of the Bundesliga club SC Freiburg.

Christian Streich, Trainer beim SC Freiburg. © Sebastian Gollnow / dpa / archive image Christian Streich, coach at SC Freiburg.

Maradona died on Wednesday at the age of 60 in his home in Tigre, north of Buenos Aires. "It's very, very sad that he died," said Streich. “But I don't think you can say that he didn't live intensely and that he didn't make countless people incredibly happy with the way he played. You always had the feeling that he had to entertain everyone. "

Imprisonment for ex-soccer coach for child abuse .
A former soccer coach has to go to prison for several years because he obtained nude photos of young players. The 21-year-old was sentenced to a youth sentence of six years and nine months on Monday, as a spokesman for the Schweinfurt Regional Court announced. © Daniel Karmann / dpa / archive image Exterior view of the regional court and district court in Schweinfurt.

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