Sport This is how Flick thinks about Musiala's DFB debut
Flick hopes for Müller to return soon after infection
Hansi Flick is hoping for Thomas Müller to return as soon as possible after his quarantine due to a corona infection. The coach of FC Bayern Munich reported on Sunday of a phone call with Müller, who had returned from Qatar in a separate machine. Flick did not provide details on the health status. The quarantine and isolation are difficult because the ex-national player is a person who likes to communicate a lot, said Flick.
FC Bayern Munich are playing in the Bundesliga against 1. FC Köln, against the billy goats it means: No stumbling. SPORT1 has the Bayern-PK to read.
After the freestyle comes the duty!
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"I take criticism in a sporty way": Lauterbach accepts a discussion offer from Flick
Bayern coach Hansi Flick has justified his emotional statements about the corona policy and at the same time offered a conversation to the SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach , whom he attacked . Perhaps it would be good if he could talk to Lauterbach “in private”, “not in a talk show,” said the 55-year-old Flick on Monday evening after Bayern Munich's 3: 3 in the Bundesliga against Arminia Bielefeld. © afp Hansi Flick caused a stir away from football.
In terms of personnel, the situation with the Flick-Elf is not the best, but there is an unexpected ray of hope: Thomas Müller could already celebrate his comeback against Cologne after being infected with the corona virus. "He's definitely in the squad," said Flick at the press conference.
Flick also has a clear opinion on the likely nomination of Musiala in March for the DFB-Elf.
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See you next time.+++ Flick about Musiala +++
"He told me that a little earlier. It's his decision. I think that's a good decision for German football. There are a lot of young German talents. We have to see that they develop. It is the decision of the coaching staff of the DFB. We gladly accept if he is invited to the national team. I think that will inspire him. He also has enough players from us who can support him see no problem there. "
Bayern teen Musiala, 17, opts for Germany seniors over England
Less than 24 hours after becoming the youngest Bayern Munich player to score in the Champions League, England Under-21 midfielder Jamal Musiala confirmed Wednesday he will switch allegiances to play senior football for Germany. Musiala turns 18 on Friday and marked only his fourth Champions League appearance by slotting home a first-half goal as Bayern routed Lazio 4-1 in Tuesday's last 16, first leg tie in Rome. Musiala has dual nationality and, at 17 years, 363 days, became the youngest English or German player to score in the Champions League.
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"We're two points ahead, I'm not interested in anything else. We want to win the game against Cologne. We have to win our games and we have to look after ourselves. I have to give the team a huge compliment Of course we dropped points. But the team's motivation and training is outstanding. The team has the attitude that you need to end a season successfully. After the Cologne game, we finally have two normal ones Weeks and can train well. "+++ Flick über Köln +++
"They achieved very good results especially against the top teams. They are very good on the defensive and are very close to the man. They also switch quickly. But we also have to find good solutions the remaining defense must be right. "+++ Flick about Nianzou +++
"We expect that he will be fully back in the squad after the international break."+++ Flick about Müller +++
"E is an exceptional player and always very active. He brings the team a special atmosphere. He is very professional. His attitude is great, but he is also easy-going."
Still no clarity in the World Cup summer fairy tale
Theo Zwanziger received the decision from FIFA headquarters in Zurich as a victory. © Boris Roessler / dpa Sees his integrity “badly damaged” by the ethics committee: Theo Zwanziger. But the tough reappraisal of the affair surrounding the 2006 World Cup summer fairy tale is not over even after the FIFA ethics proceedings against the former DFB President, the then head of organization Franz Beckenbauer and the former DFB General Secretary Horst R.
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"Serge and Thomas have joined us. Tiago (Dantas) is also there. It looks good that we will get the bank full."+++ Flick about Müller +++
"He's definitely in the squad. It happened relatively quickly for him. He trained at home. He's a player who has a good base. Whether he's been from the start play or come in, we haven't decided yet. "+++ Flick over the Bundesliga face +++
"We go from game to game. The games against Bielefeld and Frankfurt had certain omens. You can see that as an excuse, but I don't want to. We disciplined ourselves against Lazio kept to the plan. Against Cologne we want to build on it and show our will. "+++ Welcome +++
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Paris Saint-Germains sports director Leonardo has criticized.
"Tanguy Kouassi played for us in the Champions League, then he spent a year at Bayern without playing," complained Leonardo and emphasized: "Honestly, we don't mourn Kouassi, but you have to stop thinking that somewhere else is paradise. "
That's why Matthäus advises Flick against the DFB .
Lothar Matthäus joins the debate about the successor to national coach Joachim Löw. The ex-national player advises against Hansi Flick. © Provided by sport1.de That's why Matthäus advises Flick from the DFB Hansi Flick is the successor candidate for Joachim Löw as national coach of the German national team, who will vacate his post after the EM in the summer . However, Lothar Matthäus advises the DFB against hiring Bayern's coach.