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US News Orban raves from DFB-ELF: "Fullest Team"

20:00  21 june  2021
20:00  21 june  2021 Source:   kicker.de

Denmark strokes media activities and gets crisis aid - Germany moves training

 Denmark strokes media activities and gets crisis aid - Germany moves training Christian Eriksen logs out of the hospital, the DFB team can be a little more time and an ARD journalist gets green light. The EM splitter. © Imago Images (2) While an ARD journalist may breathe, the DFB-EC eleven in Herzogenaurach (re.) Lets. EM Splitter on Sunday: Kempe receives accreditation now +++ Update to Eriksen - players receive "crisis aid" +++ As the Danish Football Association announced Via Twitter on Sunday morning, Christian Eriksen continues to be in a stable state.

Willi Orban expects a "special" game on Wednesday, when it comes to Hungary and Germany around the EM-Oxelifinal. For the strengths of the DFB-EC eleven device orban into swarm.

Hat mit Ungarn gegen Deutschland noch die Chance aufs Weiterkommen: Willi Orban. © Picture Alliance has the opportunity to progress with Hungary against Germany: Willi Orban.

Hungary's defender would have nothing against colorful stadium

The respect for the German team is great at Orban. "I believe that in the group Germany is currently the most complete team," said the defender of RB Leipzig on Monday in the Hungarian EM district at Budapest. Against the French, the Hungarians have scored a point in a self-sacrificing struggle.

Hungary: manifestation against a law to prohibit the representation of homosexuality

 Hungary: manifestation against a law to prohibit the representation of homosexuality The Parliament must vote on Tuesday this law which will make prohibitions in advertising but also in the educational programs © AFP demonstration before Parliament in Budapest against A law prohibiting the representation of homosexuality, on 14 June 2021.

The strengths of the Germans? "They have an incredibly good mentality, very well organized," says the 28-year-old: "On top of individual single player quality is also outstanding Especially the pressing is extraordinary.."

Orban was born in Germany and grew up

for Orban is the game for personal reasons something special. "Of course it is a special game for me because I born and raised in Germany," he said. But also sporty, it is still about that progress. In Group F, World Champion France leads four points before Portugal and Germany, both of which come to three counters. Hungary is the last one's point, but would still have chances for a victory against Germany on the secondary final. "In my view, an EM has never been a more difficult group than we have them," he said.

The second suit tweaks: DFB women with disappointing zero number in the summer break

 The second suit tweaks: DFB women with disappointing zero number in the summer break The second suit tweaks still in many places, the last squad of the DFB women has adopted with a draw in the summer break. © Provided by sport1.de The second suit tweaks: DFB women with disappointing zero number in the summer break The second suit tweaks still in many places, the last squad of the DFB women has adopted with a disappointing draw in the summer break .

rainbow colors are meanwhile becoming a politician

becomes a politician whether the Arena in Munich will now shine on Wednesday evening in rainbow colors or not. "I would like it personally if it were colorful," Orban said on Monday. "I have so far only blue seen in the second league around 1860 Munich and red against FC Bayern. Therefore, I would be glad if the lamps are allowed to light up colorfully."

The Munich City Council had demanded cross-group to leave the EM-Arena for the game Germany against Hungary in rainbow colors. While city councils, this action would like to have chosen as a sign against the policy of the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the UEFA has previously been restrained. And as the organizer has the last word.

Slovenia: thirty years of independence in the shadow of an authoritative drifting .
© - Johanna Geron Prime Minister Slovenian Janez Janša at the European summit of Brussels of May 25, 2021. Slovenia commemorates this Friday the 30th anniversary its independence in the division. Since returning to power, Prime Minister Janez Janša is walking in the footsteps of Viktor Orban. Many Slovenians denounce a betrayal of the ideals of June 25, 1991.

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