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Entertainment Eberl to contract calls: No refusal yet

23:26  03 december  2021
23:26  03 december  2021 Source:   sport1.de

Powerful New Jersey Senate Democrat says '12,000 ballots recently found' support refusal to concede to truck driver

  Powerful New Jersey Senate Democrat says '12,000 ballots recently found' support refusal to concede to truck driver Democratic New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, who is projected to lose his bid for reelection against a little-known truck driver, is talking about "recently found" ballots to support his refusal to concede the race. © Provided by Washington Examiner The defiant incumbent released a statement to the Philadelphia Inquirer on Thursday that explained why he is not ready to admit defeat to his Republican challenger.“The results from Tuesday’s election continue to come in, for instance there were 12,000 ballots recently found in one county,” Sweeney said in an email, not naming the county.

Despite the difficult economic situation in the Corona pandemic, Borussia Mönchengladbach has not received a basket of professionals whose contracts expire. This is especially true for Denis Zakaria and Matthias Ginter, who would like to keep the club both. "We talked to the players with whom we want to extend," said Gladbach's sport director Max Eberl on Friday. You are now waiting for a feedback. "We did not get any cancellation," emphasized Eberl.

Mönchengladbachs Sportdirektor Max Eberl. © Bernd Thissen / dpa / archive image Mönchengladbach's sport director Max Eberl.

The financial damage caused by the forced spectator limitation has not yet been quantifier, Borussia's sports director explained. "That's what we're going to expect. The stones that are put us in the way, but of course not only for football, "Eberl said.

No consequences for Hütter? .
Trainer Adi Hütter by Borussia Mönchengladbach does not have to fear any immediate consequences against the SC Freiburg against the 0: 6 homebacle © Provided by sport1.de No consequences for Hütter? Trainer Adi Hütter by Borussia Mönchengladbach does not have to fear any immediate consequences against the SC Freiburg. The explained sports director Max Eberl after the encounter at Dazn . "One goes a common way. That is, go through thick and thin, "Eberl said.

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