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Team - Flick clears Sane rumors: 'This is nonsense'

Team – Flick clears Sane rumors: ‘This is nonsense’

Ahead of the World Cup qualifying match against Armenia, national coach Hansi Flick vehemently disputed rumors that he had had a bad relationship with Leroy Sane during his time at Bayern Munich. While an ordinary player fails and someone is on edge, Timo Werner was excited about “role model” Jamal Musila.

“It was said that we had problems in Munich, this is nonsense and explained by it. That wouldn’t be the case here either,” Flick said at PT before the Armenia game. He also praised his pupil for his performance against Liechtenstein and his defensive behavior: “He is always able to create space for himself and be dangerous. His dynamic is very important, when he plays in this way, everything is said. He has shown, that he is ready.”

And in the match against the qualifying group leader, Robin Goossens will certainly be absent after being injured during the week, but he is “on the improvement”. The use of the flu-filled Kai Havertz is still uncertain, but Manuel Noir is certainly available. “We won’t reveal the lineup yet,” Flick said.

Compared to the 2-0 win over the football dwarf, the national coach hopes to make better use of the chances: It is not a tactical problem. The conviction of the last action may be missing, and we have to get there. We were hoping for a different start and more goals. We couldn’t set our score in a way that would score more goals.”

Werner shared this view and delivered a eulogy for young player Jamal Musiyala, who kicked off the Chelsea striker’s 1-0 win over Liechtenstein with a solid work: “He’s gone through the roof in the past six months, he’s a fantastic player with a huge potential for the future.. Jamal is just out on the pitch and playing his game. and enjoy.