Offbeat: national coach is annoyed by non-given penalty

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The people responsible for the German women's team at the European Football Championship struggled with the video assistants after the lost final. It was about the scene in the 26th minute at 0-0 when a possible handball was checked by England Captain Leah Williamson in the penalty area. But there was no penalty. National coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg spoke of a "clear handball" after the 1-2 defeat after extra time in the Wembley Stadium.

Bundestrainerin Martina Voss-Tecklenburg während der Partie. © Sebastian Christoph Gollnow/dpa national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg during the game.

when asked whether your team was cheated, the 54-year-old replied: «I don't want to put the word in my mouth. But at the level at a final at the European Championship, this must not happen. » She criticized the fact that the Ukrainian referee Kateryna Monzul did not look at the scene on the screen on the edge of the field.

Joti Chatzialexiou, head of the national teams at the German Football Association, criticized the work of the video assistants in general at the European Championship. «That was the third or fourth time at this tournament that was not intervened. That's very disappointing. If it is taken away from you, it hurts, »he said.

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O'Brien said he wanted to honor his commitment to Nick Saban. “I made a commitment to Coach Saban,” O’Brien said, via Mike Rodak of AL.com. “Those things come up relative to what your role is in different programs, where you’ve been. I’ve been doing this a long time and I’ve had various roles in coaching, so obviously, those things come up. “But I made a commitment to Coach Saban. I love coaching here. The players, the coaching staff, it’s been — like I said in the opening statement here — it’s been a really good experience. I’ve learned a lot.

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