Hangover also among germany’s em group opponents

hangover also among germany's em group opponents

"I can’t criticize the fans," said portugal coach paulo bento after the boo-filled loss in leiria to macedonia – number 98 in the FIFA world rankings. "They spent a lot of money for the tickets and wanted to experience a better game."But even from superstar cristiano ronaldo was only little to see.

Danemark’s morten olsen also had to make amends on the first european championship test match weekend after the 1:3 against brazil. 40,000 red-white fans had made a special pilgrimage to hamburg and witnessed their team’s tactical and playing deficits. "We have trained physical things so far, now we have to go to the tactical and mental area", olsen apologized on saturday.

Oranje coach bert van marwijk was served by the disappointing 1:2 loss to underdog bulgaria in amsterdam. The former BVB coach grumbled that the test match had been "very annoying" in parts. "But especially in the last half hour we did everything wrong and completely lost our organization."


“New ara”: where is christian sewing taking deutsche bank??

Expectations for the new head of deutsche bank were high – but after one year in office, christian sewing’s record is comparatively modest.

Germany’s biggest money house is still a long way from its former glory days. Will a merger with commerzbank give us new clout??

Sewing could have been the climber of the year: on 8. April 2018 the supervisory board of deutsche bank orders the then 47-year-old "with immediate effect" to the chief post of the roughest german money house. After three years of losses and in view of a tough reorganization of the group under CEO john cryan, the auditors expect "strong leadership" and "assertiveness".


Fc bayern signs canadian top talent davies

Fc bayern signs canadian top talent davies

FC bayern munchen has signed canadian soccer talent alphonso davies, who is being courted by many clubs, on a long-term contract until 30 september. June 2023 bound to itself.

After chairman karl-heinz rummenigge had already confirmed the signing of the offensive player during the german champion’s trip to the u.S., the transfer was finalized with the medical check in philadelphia. The still 17-year-old will join the club on 1. January 2019 from the MLS club vancouver whitecaps to the german record champion. The lottery ticket is expected to be around ten million euros.

"I am very happy about my move to FC bayern," davies said in a club statement. He spoke of a "dream" that is coming true: "but now the work goes on, now I have to give everything to make the most of this opportunity."Davies, who was born in ghana, is a very raw talent, explained sports director hasan salihamidzic. "At only 17 years old, he promises a great deal for the future of the."