World Bundesliga web show: Gladbach quake! Clear text with Somuncu and Stiel
Gladbach-Manchester City relocated to Budapest
© Provided by Sofoot The Grand Budapest Hotel. Relocations are linked in the Champions League. Like RB Leipzig-Liverpool, the first leg between Borussia Mönchengladbach and Manchester City, scheduled for February 24, will be played in Budapest, Hungary, due to health restrictions taken by the German government against the English variant. Any entry into German territory of travelers from Great Britain being prohibited, the club had to find a fallback solution.
Munich - Friday, 3:30 p.m., has meanwhile become a fixed date in the calendar of football fans. The next edition of the ran Bundesliga web show is about to begin. Moderator Max Zielke and side-kick Floyd Schmidt look to the 22nd matchday in Germany's elite league this time.
The central theme of the program is of course the great Gladbach quake during the week. Head coach Marco Rose is moving from Gladbach Borussia to Dortmund Borussia in the summer and has caused a lot of excitement in the league and among the fans. Reason enough to speak plainly. And we have the perfect guests for that.
market value updates in the Bundesliga: Haaland is at the top - FC Bayern loses significantly
The online portal transfermarkt.de published the new market values for the Bundesliga on Wednesday. In the course of the update, the FC Bayern emerges as the biggest loser, while Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho remain the two most valuable players. © Provided by 90min According to transfermarkt.de, Erling Haaland is the most valuable player in the Bundesliga | Pool / Getty Images Of course, these are not official figures, but the market values on transfermarkt.de offer an interesting benchm
Guest: Comedian Serdar Somuncu and ex-foal cult keeper Jörg Stiel
Comedian Serdar Somuncu has been an avowed fan of the foal elf for many years and is known for not mincing words. At his side we welcome Jörg Stiel, the Swiss player played 89 Bundesliga games in the Gladbach goal between 2001 and 2004 and became an absolute cult figure there.
In addition, tactics expert Tobias Escher from "spielverlagerung.de" will be a guest and, among other things, translate and decipher the public game idea declaration by Nuremberg's trainer Robert Klauß. So it's a full program.
Three thoughts on this in a small thread.- Tobias Escher (@TobiasEscher)
All of that on Friday in "15:30 - The ran Bundesliga countdown" live on ran.de and on our Facebook account @transport. Switching on is worth it!
Japan earthquake: Magnitude 7.1 quake hits near Fukushima
A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck off the coast of eastern Japan, close to Fukushima, late Saturday evening but there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage. © Jun Hirata/Kyodo News/AP A liquor shop's manager clears damaged bottles following Saturday's quake. The epicenter of the quake, which struck at 11.23 p.m. local time (9.23 a.m. ET), was located 45.9 miles (73.9 kilometers) northeast of Namie, a coastal town 60 miles from Fukushima, according to the United States Geological Survey. The depth of the earthquake was about 36 miles.
Bundesliga live on SAT.1 and ran.de
With the Supercup and the Bundesliga opening match in 2021, SAT.1 and ran will return to Bundesliga reporting.
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Gladbach between top class flirt and couple therapy .
The news of Marco Rose's move to BVB hit the Gladbach fans at an inopportune time. What is left of the team now? Many Borussia players are in great demand. © Provided by sport1.de Gladbach between top class flirting and couple therapy Everyone who has ever experienced an end in a relationship knows: There is no good timing for a breakup. The timing for the announcement of Marco Rose's departure from Mönchengladbach couldn't have been much worse.