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Tuchel: Corona-affected professionals on the mend
© Michael Regan / Getty Images via UEFA / dpa The head coach of Paris Saint-Germain, Thomas Tuchel. The players of the French champions Paris Saint-Germain who tested positive for the corona virus are doing better. But some had shown symptoms, said coach Thomas Tuchel during a press conference on the game the following day at RC Lens. "But getting back into training is something else." He doubts that his troubled professionals would be available for the game on September 13 in the Prinzenparkst
Thomas Tuchel (47) urgently calls for reinforcements at Paris St. Germain before the transfer window closes on Monday.
"I'm worried that we will otherwise pay the price in October, November, December and January," said the French champions' German coach.
"If the team stays like this, we can no longer talk about the same goals," warned Tuchel. That is not possible when you have to fight with teams like Manchester City, Liverpool FC and Atletico Madrid, "who have all done a lot on the transfer market".
Champions League finalist PSG has only signed Mauro Icardi on loan from Inter Milan in the current transfer phase and brought in Alessandro Florenzi (AS Roma / loan). Among others, captain Thiago Silva, Edinson Cavani, Thomas Meunier (Borussia Dortmund), Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Tanguy Kouassi left.
"We'll do what we can and never accept excuses," said Tuchel: "But we have to face reality, and it looks like we've lost players." This is a particularly big problem because of the corona virus, the lack of preparation and the fact that the national players have many appearances ahead of them.
India: Hundreds of thousands of tea pickers in Assam on indefinite strike .
© Biju BORO / AFP Tea pickers joined farmers in protesting the liberalization of the sale of fruits and vegetables. The strike began this Friday, October 9 to demand wage increases. These workers joined the farmers, who have been protesting for two weeks now against the new selling prices for fruit and vegetables. With our correspondent in Bangalore, Côme Bastin The State of Assam produces nearly 50% of India's tea, and it is found on many tables around the world.