Enthusiasts instead of Asia or USA trip: FC Bayern starts again Virtual Tour
Martin criticizes the tour protest: "A laughing number"
"Since you can easily see how unillimile the drivers are": Tony Martin practices harsh criticism of the driver's protest on the fourth stage of the Tour de France. © Provided by Sport1.de Martin criticizes the tour protest: "A laughing number" Radprofi Tony Martin practiced harsh criticism of the driver's protest on the fourth stage of the Tour de France and holds such actions for unfit in combat for more security .
As in the past summer, FC Bayern is also coronabeding virtually on tour this year. Worldwide, fans should be able to experience the preparation of the record champion live. Also a test match against Ajax Amsterdam takes place.
as a highlight test the Munich against Ajax Amsterdam
from 23 to July 31st takes this year's tour, where the fans can pursue the preparation under the new coach Julian Nagelsmann. Among other things, a penalty competition between the "Team New" and the "Team Lewandowski" are on the program. Furthermore, the Munich looks want to give behind the scenes and focus themon complexes such as exercise and workouts. Even players and legends of the record champion should be there. As part of the "Audi Football Summit" on 24 July (16.30 clock), a test match against Ajax Amsterdam is on the plan.
"In this pandemic, we have experienced as a club once more, how strong the cohesion in our FC Bayern family is: We are close, despite the distance to which Corona forces us," will Board Oliver Kahn in a message from Monday Quoted. "Next summer, we all hope that we can travel again with our players." In front of the pandemic, Munich tours took care of Asia or the USA.
Bundesliga: Eberl rides after attack on Flick Back .
Borussia Mönchengladbach's Manager Max Eberl explained the excitement at the sideline at the Bundesliga game against FC Bayern Munich and apologizes for his verbal attack against Hansi Flick. © Provided by Spox Sport Director Max Eberl was a bit mad at Hansi Flick. "In a Bundesliga game, the emotions cook high, even if it stands 5: 0 or 0: 5. Self-critical I have to admit that I would have held back better," said Eberl the SportsBuzz .