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Hertha BSC: 7 x change frustration! Why many transfers didn’t work | Sports

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Transfer chaos at Hertha!

Hertha manager Fredi Bobic (51) was fired on Saturday evening. President Kay Bernstein (42) handed over sporting responsibility to the new sports director Benjamin Weber (42) and ex-professional Zecke Neuendorf (47/head of licensed players).

For 5 million euros, several reinforcements should be brought in for the rescue!

According to BILD information, the possible new investor 777 is said to have gotten involved in the transfer search. Hertha’s transfer headquarters were selectively relocated from the office to the office of Bernstein’s agency in Neukölln.

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The result is sobering: Tolga Cigerci (extra story) is just one reinforcement.

The list of failed negotiations, on the other hand, is much longer: Ex-manager Bobic had clarified almost everything in advance with right winger Gauthier Hein (Auxerre) and offensive all-rounder Maximilian Philipp. Two loans for a total of one million euros. After the Bobic exit, Philipp preferred to go from Wolfsburg to Bremen. And the new bosses couldn’t come to an agreement with Hein, who already completed the medical check-up in Berlin on Monday. Doubts about the quality of the player are said to have been the reason from Hertha’s point of view.

Maximilian Philipp preferred to go on loan from Wolfsburg to Bremen

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Morocco’s World Cup hero Selim Amallah (Standard Liège) was offered a 2.5-year fee, but the noble technician didn’t want to go to Hertha! Defender Jannik Vestergaard (300,000 pounds/month at Leicester) was too expensive, Josuha Guilavogui was not released by Wolfsburg despite the transfer fee offered. FC Cadiz also rejected an offer from Berlin for attacker Theo Bongonda.

Exciting: A sale of Hertha defender Marton Dardai to Augsburg for 2.5 million was also an issue in the middle – if the negotiations with defender Papé Cissé (Olympiacos Piraeus) about a loan with a purchase option had been successful.

In the end, Hertha’s coaching team should not have been convinced of the exchange.

Transfer conclusion from coach Sandro Schwarz (44): “One or the other didn’t work out. Also from our side.”

Means: Only a newcomer in the relegation battle. Is that enough in the end?

Level of the gas storage in Germany falls to 79.2 percent

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Temperatures have dropped again and savings on gas are decreasing again.
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The filling level of the gas storage facilities in Germany fell to 79.2 percent on Monday. This was 0.59 percentage points less than the previous day.

The stock in the stores has been steadily declining for three weeks now. For the first time since August, the filling level is below 80 percent.

Due to the lower temperatures, the Federal Network Agency expects gas consumption to remain high. She continues to classify the situation as less tense than at the beginning of winter.

The level of gas storage in Germany fell to 79.2 percent on Monday. This was 0.59 percentage points less than the previous day. This emerges from data published by the European gas storage association GIE.

The fill level has been steadily declining for three weeks. It’s now back to where it was in mid-August. The most important reason is the higher consumption as a result of lower temperatures. Imports have also recently been at a lower level. Exports increased slightly.

The stock of natural gas decreased to 195.2 terawatt hours. This alone is enough for the consumption of less than two winter months. For comparison: In January and February 2022 together, almost 227 terawatt hours of gas were consumed in Germany.

The Federal Network Agency currently assesses the gas storage level as “stable” and the gas situation as “less tense than at the beginning of winter”.

The storage facilities are currently of particular importance because Russia is no longer supplying gas. Germany is trying to bridge the gap with high inventories, consumption savings and gas supplies via existing pipelines from Norway and new ones LNG terminals for liquid gas ships.

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This article will be continuously updated, last on January 31, 2023.

Scale Your Business and Impact

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NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / January 31, 2023 / In this episode of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition’s Drivers of Change podcast, host Lee Green speaks to NY Times best-selling author, and CEO of We First, Simon Mainwaring on how to scale your purpose-driven business and drive greater impact. We also explore how to effectively communicate your sustainability story and Simon’s latest book, Lead With We.

Listen to the podcast, titled Scale Your Business and Impact on the SAC website.

To learn more about Simon’s work, get the Lead With We book or access the course information.

View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from Sustainable Apparel Coalition on 3blmedia.com.

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Jungle camp 2023: Marc Terenzi – Incident at the Hotel Versace | entertainment

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Gigi drank stinky fish cocktail, Lucas sipped cow pee with pureed pig bottom in the disgust test – otherwise there was only ugly water for the celebrities in the jungle camp for days. Of course, there was great joy when the big after-show party came up after the grand finale. The finest buffet, unlimited drinks and twelve thirsty celebrities (some more, others less).

There was enough to celebrate: Jungle camp survived. Annoying fellow campers survived. Oh yes, and Queen Djamila Rowe (55).

And what does every good party need? That at some point the police or the security service knocks on the door.

This is what happened on Monday at the chic 5-star Hotel Versace! Read the details with BILDplus!

Alarm call from ex-BND bosses: Germany abolishes its security politics

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The appeal is clear and unambiguous: “There is nothing more important at the moment than our external and internal security!”. That’s what someone told BILD who should know: Ex-Defense Minister Volker Rühe (80, CDU).

Reason: Germany has rocked security policy!

Backing from the secret service expert of the Union, Andrea Lindholz (52, CSU): “The protective order of the BND must be given more consideration again.”

But not only the BND is in crisis. Read what’s behind it with BILDplus.

DFB Cup: Union Berlin – Wolfsburg 2:1! Union wild 24 hours | Sports

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Monday, 11:11 p.m.: Spain star Isco (30) lands in Berlin, his move to Union seems practically certain.

Tuesday, 3:16 p.m.: BILD reports exclusively that the Isco deal suddenly fell through.

10:38 p.m.: Union celebrates anyway! The final whistle against Wolfsburg put the club in the quarter-finals of the cup.

Union’s wild 24 hours! Against Lower Saxony, the Irons are happy about a joker that stabs.

The Berliners turn a deficit into a 2-1 win and are through thanks to Kevin Behrens (31).

The hosts collect the cold shower in the initially pouring rain. Gerhardt passes to Waldschmidt, who alone in front of Rönnow is able to put the Wolves ahead – 1:0 (5th)!

The reaction afterwards: Priceless! Goalkeeper with a cheeky unfair throw-in

But the iron ones with the quick answer. After a corner, ex-Wolfsburg Knoche (at VfL from 2012 to 2020) pushed the ball over the line at the second post to make it 1-1 (12th).

After that, Union is the better team – and unlucky. Jordan only puts a header on the crossbar on the right (27th).

Nothing happened for a long time in the second half, until substitute Behrens (79th) slammed the Berliners into the quarter-finals of the cup. Shortly before the end, Unions Gießelmann flies off the field with yellow-red (87th).

The bankruptcy also tears the unbelievable cup series of Wolfsburg coach Niko Kovac, who previously won 16 games in a row (with Frankfurt, Bayern and Wolfsburg). In addition, it is only his second bankruptcy in the 23rd cup game.

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Parties – Hamburg – Hamburger CDU sets course in educational policy – politics

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Hamburg (dpa / lno) – Two years before the general election, the Hamburg CDU has set its direction in school and education policy. A leading proposal from the party executive entitled “Efficient, high-quality and inclusive education and training for Hamburg” was unanimously approved by the 140 delegates of a state committee on Tuesday evening. In the 20-page paper, the CDU advocates, among other things, the stronger integration of daycare and school. In addition, more respect is demanded of the teachers, said the state chairman Christoph Ploß.

School policy is of central importance for the coming general election. The lead motion calls for a “fixed basic knowledge base” to be laid down in the primary school curricula. The transition to secondary schools must be flexible according to the learning level of the students. In addition, the CDU wants to campaign for increased efforts in recruiting teachers and digitization.

Every fifth child in Hamburg cannot write, read or calculate properly at the end of elementary school, said Birgit Stöver, the education expert for the parliamentary group. “Around 20 percent of the fifth graders start with a deficit that can hardly be made up.” In order to compensate for this, education in Hamburg must start earlier. “We want to strengthen day-care centers and elementary schools and think together.” A demand for a senator for day care centers and schools, originally contained in the draft of the state executive board, was deleted before the meeting of the state executive board.

The training of teachers must be strengthened and the attractiveness of the teaching profession increased. “Teachers need relief for this,” said Stöver. In addition, the loss of lessons at Hamburg schools must “finally” be reduced.

Respect is also part of strengthening the teaching profession, said Ploß. In the past this was taken for granted. “Unfortunately, that’s different in many parts of the city today.” He also pointed out that many elementary school students did not meet the standard standards in reading, writing and arithmetic. There needs to be targeted support here. “The first years are the most important years in a person’s life. If you don’t keep up and don’t speak the language, you have big problems.”

Ploß and CDU parliamentary group leader Dennis Thering used their reports to the party conference to severely criticize the red-green Senate of Mayor Peter Tschentscher (SPD). The coalition partners are not pulling in the same direction when it comes to port, transport or energy policy, said Thering. “This Senate of SPD and Greens is hopelessly divided and where they are not divided, they are incompetent.”

The CDU, on the other hand, is clearly committed to the port, stands “without ifs and buts” in favor of the construction of the A26 East and also has a clear edge when it comes to internal security, he said. That will also pay off for some up until the 2025 state elections, “when we want to take over government responsibility for our city again.”

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Fürstenfeldbruck’s mayoral candidates discuss sport – Fürstenfeldbruck

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The lack of a covered ice rink is a permanent topic of local politics in the county seat, which has also become an issue in the current mayoral election campaign. The skating club has therefore invited the six candidates to a panel discussion. This will take place on Friday, February 10th at 7 p.m. in the hall of the TuS clubhouse on the Lände. Of course, the evening should also be about “sport and sports facilities in Fürstenfeldbruck” in general, as the event is called.

Weapons – USA accuse Russia of violation of disarmament treaty – Politics

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Washington (AP) – The United States accuses Russia of not fulfilling its obligations under the “New Start” disarmament treaty. The German press agency learned this from NATO circles. Among other things, the US broadcaster CNN and the “Wall Street Journal” quoted from a corresponding statement by the US State Department.

Russia refuses to allow inspections on its own territory, violating its obligations under the Nuclear Disarmament Treaty. “Russia’s refusal to facilitate inspection activities prevents the United States from exercising important rights under the treaty and threatens the viability of US-Russian nuclear arms control,” the statement said.

The New Start disarmament treaty is the only remaining major arms control agreement between the United States and Russia. The treaty limits the nuclear arsenals of both countries to 800 delivery systems and 1,550 operational warheads each.

In February 2021, US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to extend New Start until 2026. However, an important element of the treaty, the mutual control of the respective nuclear arsenals, has been suspended since the summer. Russia complained that it was no longer able to make inspection trips to the USA because of the sanctions imposed as a result of the Ukraine war, and for its part canceled western inspections.

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Katie Price: Plump Latex Shoot | entertainment

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Hard times for this rubber body, peak times for all fans of British model Katie Price (44)!

For paying customers their OnlyFans account the former boxing babe had her picture taken in a tight rag of latex, in sinful red, suitable for the upcoming Valentine’s Day.

In the PVC lingerie, Price immediately presented her new boobs. They’re sticking out of the hot bun, unmistakable and quite bulging, while Katie pouts for the camera and very slowly unzips the south.

A feast for lovers of big breasts – but a real torture for Katie’s body!

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The 44-year-old mother of five just recently underwent her 16th (!) breast surgery. Katie had her first beauty procedure at the age of 18, when she had her breasts enlarged from their natural cup size of 70B to a C cup.

Over the years, Price has had her breasts enlarged, reduced, and enlarged again – real breast yo-yo. However, the model is currently opting for the extra plump look and, according to an insider, has allegedly even set a goal of one day having the largest breasts in the United Kingdom. The British “Sun” reported.

Once upon a time: Katie Price in 1996 before her beauty surgeries

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According to the source, Katie had 2,120 milliliter implants used for this purpose. In an interview with moderator Nigel Farage (58), the reality star admitted: “These are the biggest breasts I’ve ever had.”

Just stupid: The model should be anything but satisfied.’. A source told The Sun: “Katie is suffering from her new boobs because they are too big for her small body and they give her a constant backache.” She is even considering having her implants removed again.

Currently, however, Price seems to have made friends with her new acquisition if you look at the result of the latex shoot.

The 44-year-old in an interview: “People never understand why I have my bust size enlarged because I never show it. The only exception is OnlyFans.”

No wonder – Katie can still cash in there!

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