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Labbadia back to hsv? Tendency goes abroad

Labbadia back to hsv? Tendency goes abroad

Hamburger SV has to do at least one more lap of honor in the 2. Liga turn and is apparently looking for a new coach for this as a successor to the failed Hannes Wolf. It is clear that the name Bruno Labbadia also falls in the Hanseatic city. That, however, is not an ie for the outgoing coach of VfL Wolfsburg right now.

Labbadia has already coached HSV twice, in addition, he lives with his family in the Elbe metropolis. So the ideal solution? The 53-year-old himself explains about it in the Sport-Bild: "I have not dealt with it."He is not worried about a return to Hamburg. However, his contract with the VfL ends after the season. After the last game on Saturday against Augsburg, Labbadia will still travel with the Green-Whites to China, then the period of service here comes to an end.

The experienced coach has not yet signed on anywhere, but reveals that he turned down two offers from abroad just last week. The tendency is nevertheless to leave Germany. Labbadia continues: "If I get an offer that suits me, it is independent of the country or the league."

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Mascherode and lamme will not receive a streetcar connection

Mascherode and lamme will not receive a streetcar connection

Naturally, the six planned streetcar routes are the subject of heated debate. During the public participation in the city hall there were a lot of questions and criticism. But also because streetcar routes were discarded, there was criticism. Many were disappointed. What reasons there were for not building the lines to Mascherode and Lamme?

A major reason is always the so-called standardized assessment. This study states: Does it make economic sense to build the line? If this is not the case, there are no subsidies from the federal and state governments. In Braunschweig, the council is unanimous on one ie: Braunschweig will not build anything that makes no economic sense. If no subsidies flow, no construction will take place.

The route to Lamme fell victim to this principle, explains the city administration. Of course it had been examined. But: "In the corridor Lehndorf to Kanzlerfeld/Lamme, the route to Lamme was identified as clearly uneconomical with a benefit-cost indicator of 0.1 in these comparative considerations," said Rainer Keunecke, press spokesman for the city of Braunschweig, when asked.

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The day of the wolfsburg unit

The day of the wolfsburg unit

All is far from well again. But the players of VfL Wolfsburg have taken the shovel in hand with the 4:1 on Saturday against Cologne to fill the deep rifts between them and their fans. Just from the fact that it was the first home win of the year for the Green-Whites, you can guess how much the supporters have been through.

After the home defeat against the now relegated Hamburger SV two weeks ago, the anger of the supporters had discharged, it almost came to a storm on the pitch. Before the game against Cologne, Nordkurven lead singer Chris Heise made an appeal to the entire stadium to once again support the eleven on the pitch with all their might. It was the last chance for the professionals, who fell completely short of expectations for the second year in a row. After all: They used it.

It was the day of Wolfsburg unity, before and after the match. "For me," said striker Divock Origi, "it was very special how the fans, the city and the club together got behind us. It was an important game for all of Wolfsburg." Indeed it was, in the event of a defeat, VfL would actually have been promoted to the 2. League relegated, after 21 years in Germany's elite league. A horror scenario that fortunately did not come true from VfL's point of view.

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Italy enters european championship final after penalty thriller

Italy enters european championship final after penalty thriller

Italy Has in a highly exciting giant duel Spain and can crown his inspiring triumph through the European Championship with the title. The Squadra Azzurra prevailed on Tuesday at London's Wembley Stadium in an intense European Championship semifinals only in the penalty shootout with 4:2 against the Iberians by. After 90 and 120 minutes, the score was 1-1. Jorginho converted the decisive penalty for the Azzurri. Earlier, keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma had parried Spain's alvaro Morata's effort.

Federico Chiesa (60. minute) had 57.811 spectators scored to give Roberto Mancini's side the lead, which is now unbeaten in 33 games. On Sunday, Italy will battle England or Denmark in the final for its first major title since winning the 2006 World Cup. Spain failed to beat Italy again despite a strong showing, as in their 2016 round of 16 exit. Also the best tournament performance, a strong playing Dani Olmo of RB Leipzig and the goal of the substitute alvaro Morata (80.) were not enough for Luis Enrique's selection to reach the longed-for final.

"I can't even describe my feelings," said 1-0 scorer Chiesa after the game. "We're delighted."The team showed great team spirit in the penalty shootout. 'We stood together and we knew we could do it'."

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