Germany archive - Page 3

England W [3] - 1 Germany W - Fran Kirby 90+4’
England W [2] - 1 Germany W - Millie Bright 84’
England W 1 - [1] Germany W - Lina Magull 41’ (great strike)
[@FootballJOE] In some interesting news from Germany, BILD are refusing to show Schalke's Russian shirt sponsor Gazprom in their paper or on their website, instead replacing the logo with a "Freedom for Ukraine" message
[DW Sports] Felicitas Rauch, Germany Women's International On Equal Pay in Football: "Men and women's football is not the same with all the media rights and so on. I don't think we need to be paid the same. It starts with better facilities and a more professional environment for women."
[Luckhurst] Rangnick: "I spoke to the referee after the game about that tackle on Bruno before they scored the equaliser and I said, 'listen, in Germany, they wouldn't have even asked VAR' and the referee said to me, quite funnily, 'listen, this is probably why you had to come to England'."
Frohms (Germany W) great save to deny García (Spain W)
Germany W 0 - [1] Spain W - Alexia Putellas 46’
[FC Köln] The #effzeh is again filing an emergency motion to relax admission restrictions, with the aim of filling the RheinEnergie Stadium with at least 50 percent of spectators. Currently Germany allows only 10.000 fans in the stadium.
[3. Liga] 11 of the 20 clubs in Germany's 3rd division have voted against Monday night football games from the 23/24 season.
[Fabrizio Romano] Niklas Süle received 3 offers from Serie A and Premier League clubs but his priority was to stay in Germany and only wanted to join Dortmund
[Denis Müller] Just wanted to mention that UEFA has taken legal action against the restaurant Pizza Wolke in Gießen (Germany) because a pizza is called "Champignon League". I'm not kidding you.
[Joe Patrick] Source tells me George Bello and Atlanta United have agreed to terms with Bundesliga side Arminia Bielefeld, whose interest was first reported by Grant Wahl. He is currently on a plane to Germany to finalize paperwork. Bello has had positive talks with AB manager Frank Kramer.
[Mokbel] Crystal Palace are trying to sign Eddie Nketiah, but wage demands are yet again the issue. Eddie has also interest from Germany and France for summer free transfer.
[Sam Stejskal] Sources: St. Louis City SC has hired Bradley Carnell as their first head coach. A South African who had a long playing career in Germany, Carnell had been an assistant with the New York Red Bulls since 2017. Served as NY’s interim head coach in 2020. STL announcing this morning.
[Florian Plettenberg - Sky Germany] Update Raphinha/van de Beek: Both players are definitely no topic for FC Bayern - neither in this transfer window nor in summer.
[Sky Sports News] Sky Sport Germany's @Sky_Marc:"Lewandowski is dreaming of Spain and the Premier League". Robert Lewandowski is still eyeing a big move in the summer and if Bayern Munich fail to tie him down to a new deal, then they will turn their attentions to Erling Haaland.
[Stefan Bienkowski]Points between first and second in Europe’s top leagues: England - 8 Germany - 9 France - 13 Italy - 4 Spain - 8 The Super League wasn’t the answer, but that doesn’t mean we don’t need a solution to this huge problem.
[Chris Wheatley] Arsenal have hired former Bayern Munich scout (and wrestler) Florian Blüchel to focus on the Germany market.
[Wheatley] Florian Bluchel has joined Arsenal from Bayern Munich as the International First Team Scout for Germany, joining a series of recent scouting hires to Edu Gaspar's team.
[FIFA Women's World Cup] 10/12/2021 FIFA Women's World Ranking: #1 United States #2 Sweden #3 Germany #4 France #5 Netherlands
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