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The last word leaves player envy

Neid uberlasst Spielerin das letzte WortEnvy waived last speech before the game © SID-IMAGES/AFP/John EISELE

Coach Silvia Neid is the last speech in front of the German male World Cup kick off on Sunday in the left against Canada (18.00 / ARD) a player.

Berlin (SID) - coach Silvia Neid is left to a player on Sunday at the sold-out Berlin Olympic Stadium against Canada (18.00 / ARD) the last address to the World Cup kick off the German male. "It not is clear yet who will do that." I decide on the bus ride to the stadium and then speak to those in. The players are now long together. You can find good and motivational words. "That fits perfectly," said envy on Saturday afternoon at the last press conference before the match.

With a view to the starting lineup, envy told about 100 journalists in Berlin, that "team still not stands." Only after discussion with the coach team on Saturday night the 47-Jahrige wants to commit. Most recently had himself however suggested that only the position as a left midfielder is still contested. Melanie Behringer and Celia Okoyino because Mbabi argue over the place among the first eleven.

Striker Martina Muller (thigh strain) is not available. The Wolfsburgerin, where a light jogging on Saturday during the final training, was however only as Ersatzspielerin.

Envy also countered the criticism of the Potsdam Master Trainer Bernd Schroeder with much irony. "I already know that the wall has fallen." I am pleased that Bernd missed me in Potsdam. "I find funny and witty Bernd and amusing me constantly about his statements," said the 111-malige national team. Schroeder had most recently criticized that envy to observe the games of turbine Potsdam and her lack of respect for the master.