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© AFP / ARMANDO BABANI Residents of Frankfurt evacuating their homes on December 6. A bomb dating from the Second World War, found Thursday in Frankfurt, made compulsory the evacuation of 12,800 people this Sunday, December 6 in Frankfurt. Some 12,800 people were evacuated Sunday at Frankfurt , Germany’s financial capital, where specialists defused a British 500 kg bomb from World War II, authorities said.
With the loan from Luka Jovic, Eintracht Frankfurt achieved one of the most spectacular coups of this winter in the league. But not only because of the returnee, those in charge of the Hesse look delighted at the past transfer period. Because: The departures relieve the budget considerably, especially in times of pandemics.
To become stronger on the one hand and slimmer on the other at the same time - the goal of all efforts for competitive athletes and millions of fitness freaks. At Eintracht Frankfurt, sports director Fredi Bobic has accomplished exactly this feat over the past few weeks with a view to his kicking workforce.
Jovic is about to return to Eintracht Frankfurt
Luka Jovic is about to return to Eintracht Frankfurt. The Serb should be loaned by Real Madrid until the end of the season, the confirmed sporting director Fredi Bobic on Tuesday immediately before the cup game in Leverkusen. © imago images Soon back in the Frankfurt jersey: Luka Jovic. Weeks ago, SGE coach Adi Hütter said that Jovic's return to the Main metropolis would be difficult to achieve. That is "of course obvious.
The perfect "Bobic-Building", so to speak, with which the club has built muscles in a figurative sense and melted away excess pounds: Thanks to Jovic's return campaign, the quality of the squad was clearly increased. At the same time, in the Sky interview at the beginning of the week, Bobic was able to expressly refer to the "reduced personnel costs" on a significant scale.
Not by chance: According to kicker information, the bottom line is that around five million euros in salaries will be saved in the months from January to June. The Jovic salary is already included here. This contrasts with the sale of Bas Dost (Club Bruges), the loan from Dominik Kohr and Danny da Costa to Mainz, the free transfer of departure from Marijan Cavars (Greuther Fürth) and the end of David Abraham's career. In view of this balance sheet, Eintracht "did very, very well," judges (not only) Bobic.
Hübner gone - now Frankfurt's eagle eye is becoming even more important
Sports Director Bruno Hübner is leaving Eintracht Frankfurt after ten years. The current chief scout Ben Manga plays a decisive role in the restructuring. © Provided by sport1.de Hübner gone - now Frankfurt's eagle eye is even more important Ben Manga is the "eagle eye" at Eintracht Frankfurt. The 47-year-old has earned a very good reputation in the industry as head scout over the past few years. , the rise of Hessen is closely linked to his name.
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Sporting risk as a rule of reason
While Jovic, who has only been used as a noble joker, is spurring the Champions League ambitions, the departures are falling Was now practically irrelevant in terms of sport. The only regular player was the former captain Abraham, but the youngster Tuta has been perfectly replaced to date.
A certain risk remains undisputed: the question of the constancy of the 21-year-old Brazilian can of course only be answered by time. And in the event of an injury misery, Kohr and da Costa could possibly still be missed during the season.
In the end, not protecting yourself against all sporting imponderables was simply a matter of reason in Corona times. If the complete exclusion of spectators due to the pandemic persists beyond the current season, "we too would run into problems, like everyone else in the end," explains Bobic, who even predicts with a view to all of German professional football: "Some would go on their knees. " However, Eintracht is not one of these candidates - also thanks to its clever management strategy.
"Bull Hits" Kröse becomes sports board at Eintracht Frankfurt .
immediately after the out of Leipzig has introduced Eintracht Frankfurt Markus Kröse (40) as a new sports board. © Imago Images takes over in Frankfurt for Fredi Bobic: Markus Kröse. Today's Saturday, the last month of Fredi Bobic begins as a sports board at Eintracht Frankfurt, then it attracts him to Hertha BSC. The successor has now found the SGE and Markus Krösche presented.