National coach Martina Voss-Decklenburg has expressed her displeasure with the upcoming trip to the USA in November. The background is already heavy load on their players from the Women’s Champions League.
“The decisive factor is that we have a treaty obligation for a long time. We still owe the United States,” the 54-year-old said after the match. 2-1 win Against France. On November 11th and 13th, DFB-Elf will play two friendlies against the USA. The first match will be played by Germany in Lauderdale/Florida and the second match will be played in Harrison/New Jersey.
“I will not be angry if there is another contract. We have tried everything, we have had many talks, including at the highest level,” the national coach continued. Their concerns primarily focus on several players from VfL Wolfsburg and FC Bayern, who will be needed not only in the Bundesliga in November, but also in the DFB Cup and Champions League.
Nevertheless, Voss-Decklenburg could also draw positive aspects from the conflict with the Americans. “Games against the USA – then in the country of the world champions, where women’s football is so important – are always very special,” he said, stressing the sporting appeal of the two friendlies. You’ll make the trip better and “do everything to make sure our players stay healthy.” (Cited via game show)
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