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Deutsche Welle : sport
20  septembre     11h51
Julian Nagelsmann: Germany’s hope for Euro 2024?
   After following Hansi Flick at Bayern Munich, Julian Nagelsmann now looks set to do the same with Germany. But how did a coach who is younger than some players end up on the brink of the national team job
19  septembre     10h54
Nagelsmann new Germany head coach reports
   Reports suggest Julian Nagelsmann will be named Germany’s new head coach ahead of next year’s home Euros. The year old will aim to turn around the fortunes of a team that has managed just two wins in .
12  septembre     21h59
Thomas Müller and Rudi Völler help Germany rediscover fun factor
   Rudi Völler’s Germany beat France, with a performance national team fans have longed to see. Now the question is: who will be the coach to take Germany forward
20  septembre     16h09
Ruth Fuchs, GDR javelin ace turned German politician, dies
   Two time Olympic gold medalist Ruth Fuchs died in a Jena hospital Wednesday, according to her family. The East German athlete later confessed to doping and served in the East German and reunified German parliaments.
Germany basketball coach Gordon Herbert on World Cup win
   Gordon Herbert led Germany to an unlikely basketball World Cup victory in the Philippines. He told DW the importance of his team’s togetherness and how he tried to eliminate pressure during the tournament.
Spain squad agree to play after negotiations
   The Spanish women’s football team have ended their boycott after an agreement to improve conditions and make structural change was finally reached. However, new head coach Monsta Tome is reportedly set to be fired.
19  septembre     09h06
Simona Halep and the complex world of anti-doping
   For former tennis No. Simona Halep, the four year doping ban came as a shock. But an expert told DW that doping controls in sport lack the proper research and leave athletes with little defense against accusations.
17  septembre     14h18
Women’s Bundesliga: SGS Essen now one of a kind
   SGS Essen are embarking on their th consecutive year in the Bundesliga. Notably, Essen are the only football team in Germany’s top flight that don’t have a professional men’s club behind them.
16  septembre     18h50
Serhou Guirassy: The man upstaging Harry Kane
   With four games gone of the Bundesliga season, an unfamiliar name sits clear at the top of the scoring charts. Guinea international Serhou Guirassy is a late bloomer leading surprise package Stuttgart to dizzy heights.
Morocco earthquake impacts country’s top golfer
   Like all Moroccans, Ayoub Lguirati has been deeply affected by the earthquakes that hit his homeland. But the country’s best golfer has to find a way to balance helping his compatriots with succeeding in his sport.
15  septembre     14h40
Marko’s xenophobic comment reveals F1’s diversity challenge
   Formula One and Red Bull should be talking about Max Verstappen’s imminent third straight championship. Instead, they are dealing with a xenophobic comment from a team leader.
14  septembre     09h14
Kim Min-jae: Bayern Munich and breaking barriers
   Son Heung min and Kaoru Mitoma have shown the world that Asian players can be exciting talents. Now Bayern Munich’s Kim Min jae is changing perceptions as a powerful defender nominated for the Ballon d’Or.
10  septembre     15h40
Saudi Arabia: Will football stars have a political impact?
   Saudi Arabia is being criticized for sportswashing its human rights record, using some of the world’s best known football players. But could the increased scrutiny have a positive effect
05  septembre     16h00
Bayern Munich and Rwanda: Sponsorship causes criticism
   The Bundesliga record titleholders’ new advertising partner is Rwanda, where the latest sponsorship has been met with a mixture of pride and skepticism.
Spain: World Cup win and Rubiales’ kiss may reshape football
   The future of the Spanish Football Association boss hangs in the balance. But for women’s football, the stunning World Cup win and the backlash against Luis Rubiales could pave a path to a brighter future.
04  septembre     11h40
Manipur violence threatens status of women’s football
   Manipur has long dominated women’s football in India, but that success has been jeopardized by violent outbreaks. Whether women’s football can get back on track and play a part in unifying the state remains to be seen.