The leaders of the German women's football team have rejected the criticism of Potsdam coach Bernd Schroder on the preparation for the upcoming Home World Cup.
The leaders of the German women's football team rejected Frankfurt/Main (SID) - the criticism of the Potsdam coach Bernd Schroder on the preparation for the upcoming Home World Championship (26 June to 17 July).
"The plan to prepare for the World Cup was set very long." "We have spoken so far in advance of the World Cup with all Bundesliga clubs and all clubs have their consent to do so at the time given - without exception", national team manager Doris Fitschen said the sports information service (SID): "We had to get not the players without the consent of the clubs", because the preparation for the part outside the FIFA squad period. This has been agreed all open, fair and without pressure of time with the Club. "In this respect I do not understand, if now someone in sues."
Hinge also highlighted the hoped-for benefits of the World Cup for the Club. "Also the Bundesliga clubs promise also positive effects for the League by a potential success of the national team at the World Cup at home to" the former International said.
Schroeder had verbally attacked after the 0-2 (0: 1) of the German master turbine Potsdam in the final of the Champions League against Olympique Lyon the German Football Federation (DFB) and coach Silvia Neid. The coach made the long World Cup preparation, in which he had to do without his internationals, responsible for the defeat.