Valentino Lazaro went under the supervision of songwriters, Lucas Hradecki speaks plain language and Boris Becker believes in Zverev more than he does in DFB-Elf: The EM-Splitter.
Among the songwriters: Austrian Valentino Lazaro (right).
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+++ Campus fire service during DFB training +++
A fire brigade operation with several fire engines caused a stir at the adidas site in Herzogenaurach during the German national team training. With sirens on, police also headed to the huge campus of the Franconian sporting goods factory in Herzogenaurach on Friday morning. A little later everything became clear: It was a false alarm, said a spokesperson for the Integrated Control Center in Nuremberg. A fire alarm was triggered for no apparent reason.
+++ Lazaro publishes a song +++
Austrian footballer Valentino Lazaro has published the song “Immer Wieder”, an anthem for the Austrian Football Association, on the occasion of the upcoming European Championship. Along with musician Meydo, Gladbach professional worked on the song with dancehall and hip-hop influences. “Besides football, music is my biggest passion,” said Lazaro. The song should also be heard in the cabin before games. “I hope the song fits well with the team, and one of them has already been able to listen to it. The feedback has been very positive,” the 25-year-old said.
+++ Hradecky: “We are not a silly team” +++
Of course, Finland will not participate in the tournament as a top candidate. As a blatant outsider, national goalkeeper Lukas Hradecki doesn’t want to see his men either. “Of course we know it will be difficult. But we don’t go to the European Championship just to participate. We are not a bad team. We are not as weak as you think. We can also beat a big opponent,” said the aggressive goalkeeper Bayer Leverkusen. The Finns are participating in the major soccer tournament for the first time and will meet Denmark for their first match in Copenhagen on Saturday (6pm, live! at Kicker).
+++ Becker believes more in Zverev +++
The frontrunner for the European Championship is not the DFB-Elf, but you always have to be Germany on the weak side in a major tournament. Former tennis player and tennis expert today Boris Becker is more likely to trust Alexander Zverev to win the French Open than the German team to win the European Championship. The Eurosport expert told SID when asked: “This is an important question, the way I answer it, it’s bad. I’m clear and saying that Zverev has better chances of winning Paris.” He will face the Greek German Stefanos Tsitsipas today in the semi-finals.
+++ Pierce sees Portugal for Germany +++
Former world and European champion Robert Pires does not see the German Football Association in Group France as the strongest competitor to Equipe Tricolor. “Portugal are the strongest opponents. They are the hardest to win. It will be a small final,” the 47-year-old former world midfielder told French radio RTL. France’s first opponent described Germany as “very strong. They have a good defense, they have a hand in the water and they will want to shine because they play at home.” Basically, he is “not worried about France. I believe in this team”.