DFB asks Erzgebirge Aue to checkout
A mug throw from the Auer Spectator Block in the game against the FC Ingolstadt called the DFB on the plan. The FC Erzgebirge has to pay. © Imago Images / Picture Point Trailer of the FC Erzgebirge Aue. mug throw is expensive The DFB Sports Court has occupied the FC Erzgebirge Aue "because of an unsportsual behavior of his followers" with a fine of 1500 euros.
A future collaboration of Bayern Munich's Honorary President Uli Hoeneß in the German Football Association is not excluded for the DFB presidential candidate Peter Peters. "I can basically imagine everything. Good, experienced and critical ghosts do and the DFB always do well, "Peters said in an interview of the" Sport Image "and added:" I wrote a personal letter for his 70th birthday, but the life planning of Uli Hoeneß knew I unfortunately do not." © Ronald Wittek / EPA / Pool / DPA / archive image Uli Hoeneß towards the mouthguard.
Hoeneß had only finally practiced sharp criticism in the umbrella organization in a ZDF interview. "There were the DFB. At the moment there is not him for me. That's not existent. That's just a bustling pile who deals only with himself, but not with the problems of German football, "Hoeneß had said. The DFB must actually mean "German Strife Society", said the longtime managers of the German record champion.
The future tip of the German Football Confederation is elected on a Bundestag on March 11th. For election as a successor of the President Fritz Keller, which is currently being interim-based in the previous year, leads himself to the association with his Vice-President colleague Rainer Koch, as well as Bernd Neuendorf, the boss of the Football Association Mittelrhein.
Indigenous non-profit looks to acquire ownership of Trans Mountain Pipeline .
CALGARY — A new Indigenous non-profit organization is seeking an ownership stake in the Trans Mountain Pipeline, saying its aim is to make sure communities along the pipeline's route receive its benefits directly. Nesika Services publicly launched Monday, calling itself a grassroots, community-led not-for-profit. Chief Tony Alexis of the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation in Alberta (and the chair and founding director of Nesika) said 14 Indigenous communities along the pipeline's route in Alberta and B.C. have already signed on.