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"80 million national coaches": Boateng annoyed by German fans - "mustard" announcement to critics

2022-09-28T12:05:29.129Z

"80 million national coaches": Boateng annoyed by German fans - "mustard" announcement to critics Created: 2022-09-28Updated: 2022-09-28 13:58 By: Alexander Kaindl The German national team is criticized after the two Nations League games. World champion Jerome Boateng therefore starts to counterattack. Munich - 0-1 v Hungary, 3-3 v England. Admittedly, the Nations League games of the German na



"80 million national coaches": Boateng annoyed by German fans - "mustard" announcement to critics

Created: 2022-09-28Updated: 2022-09-28 13:58

By: Alexander Kaindl

The German national team is criticized after the two Nations League games.

World champion Jerome Boateng therefore starts to counterattack.

Munich - 0-1 v Hungary, 3-3 v England.

Admittedly, the Nations League games of the German national team were not the yellow of the egg.

In the end, the DFB selection was eliminated from the much-discussed competition.

This fact alone should cause few headaches.

The following questions are much more likely to arise shortly before the 2022 World Cup: How will the DFB team get their construction sites under control?

How does Hansi Flick manage to get some players out of their doldrums?

Who is he nominating anyway?

And will we even survive the group stage after such staid performances?

World Cup 2022: German national team criticized - Boateng annoyed by "80 million national coaches"

Jerome Boateng cannot understand the current displeasure of many experts and supporters.

The central defender has completed 76 senior international matches and was world champion with Germany in 2014.

After the spectacular 3: 3 against England, he reported via Instagram.

And in his story he became clear: "Shortly before the World Cup we have 80 million national coaches again," he wrote at the beginning of his statement.

Right behind it he put a tearful laughing emoji.

And further: “We have a strong team, can beat any opponent and become world champions.

We have young players in all positions.

How about simply approaching the World Cup in a positive way and not criticizing the team and bringing in unrest?”

World champion Jerome Boateng has a clear opinion on the current debate about the German national team.

© PanoramiC / Imago / Screenshot Instagram / Jerome Boateng

Jerome Boateng wishes for more positive mood before the 2022 World Cup

Boateng, who moved to Olympique Lyon on a free transfer after leaving FC Bayern Munich in the summer of 2021, refers to the many negative voices that denied the quality of the German national team after the bankruptcy against Hungary and the three lightning goals conceded against England.

In his statement, he addressed further wishes to these addresses: “Stay positive and support the team together.

After the World Cup you can add your two cents again.”

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Flick nomination is considered excluded

Unless something extraordinary happens, Boateng himself will also be among the numerous spectators.

The fact that Flick nominated him is considered impossible - after all, the 34-year-old has not completed a minute this season.

Injuries had thrown him off track for a long time, but in the summer there was a goodbye.

The relationship with coach Peter Bosz is considered burdened.

However, the national coach may take a player with him who is already celebrated in England as a "mini boateng".

Armel Bella-Kotchap was called up for Nations League games and made his senior Germany debut at Wembley Stadium.

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Source: merkur

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