Sports: For ex-international Thon, women's and men's football are not comparable

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Gelsenkirchen. Former German international Olaf Thon sees no equality between men's and women's football. Ex-national player Tabea Kämme therefore demands better structures for the women's Bundesliga under the roof of the DFL.

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The former international Olaf Thon sees a boom in women's football. "There is no stop in sight," Thon attested in a column for the internet portal "Web.de". "They move closer to the men." Before the semi -finals of German women against France on Wednesday he predicted: "We will come into the final."

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The former professional of FC Schalke 04 and FC Bayern Munich restricted: "But never is comparable to women's football with men's football. These are two different sports. They cannot be measured together at the highest level. ”

therefore ex-international Tabea Kemme demands that the women's Bundesliga will be organized and marketed by the German Football League in the future. "There would be a lot of simplification if the women's Bundesliga were under the roof of the DFL and coaped from the DFB," said the 30-year-old in an interview with the news portal "T-Online" on the sidelines of the European Championship in England. So far, the highest division of footballers has been running under the roof of the German Football Association (DFB), which the men have long been at the DFL.

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“Women's football is a product that has a certain value. We want to increase this value so that we can say: "This is a horny league." But that doesn't work at the moment, "explained ex-national player Kemme, who was previously under contract with Turbine Potsdam and FC Arsenal. "That's why my appeal: get out of the DFB!"

Kemme also criticized the lack of cooperation with professional clubs that have a men's and women's team. She cited Eintracht Frankfurt as an example. “Do you think the players will run into the men at some point? no As far as the training ground is concerned, things are no different from that while the men have their own high-tech center, ”she said. “The paths do not cross. Everything seems great on the outside, but internally there are still a lot of doors that are closed to women. ”

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