Sport VFB Stuttgart does not plan winter transfers
'Dolphin Tale' fans mourn death of film's star Winter at 16
CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) — Amy Carmichael lives more than 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers) from the Florida aquarium that housed Winter, the “Dolphin Tale” movie star with a prosthetic tail that died this week at 16. But Carmichael, who has successfully fought leukemia much of her life, felt a strong bond. “It's not just a dolphin, it's a special dolphin,” Carmichael, 17, said by phone from her home in Stonehouse, Scotland on Friday. “She was rescued and had to battle through. I think that made me feel like I can do that. I was battling through, too.
The VFB Stuttgart plagued by the injury speck on its returnees and plans no winter purchases in the residence fight of the Football Bundesliga.
"We currently do not have any access," said sport director Sven Mislinat of the German Press Agency. "Normally, in January all players are fit again and the competition is accordingly more intense. If, something is more on the delivery page. "
Wing Player Silas Katompa Mvumpa is now in the team training after his cruciate ligament tear. The striker star Sasa Kalajdzic operated on the shoulder, with 16 league goals of the Swabia in the preseason, hopes for a comeback on the first round round match day at the SPVGG Greuther Fürth (January 8).
Hitzlsperger warns of re-sinking of the audience numbers .
of the CEO of the VfB Stuttgart, Thomas Hitzlsperger warns that the audience numbers in the stadiums in the Corona crisis warns. © Imago Images / Sportfoto Rudel Him drives concern in front of a viewer reduction: Thomas Hitzlsperger. "Football Games No Pandemic Driver" in the Kicker (Thursday edition) warns Hitzlsperger in front of a "renewed, lump-sum reduction of stadium capacities".