Sports & Politics

DFB President Fritz Keller should slowly release the handbrake

Expelled from paradis

Sometimes you wonder why people do this or that? Someone has honestly earned his reputation over decades. As a winegrower in a blessed region, the Kaiserstuhl ("Baden wine, spoiled by the sun", which every prospective wine queen must have by heart!); as a wine merchant, in whose cellar (Nomen est omen!) the noblest crescences wait for spoiled taste buds, as a top gastronome, for whom the gourmets are running the show.

In diskussion: Thomas Kessen / "Unsere Kurve"

"The answer is obvious"

Corona has also left its mark in soccer. The sport, which lives from the enthusiasm of its fans, seems to be challenged to overtaxed by the situation. Currently, fan organisations are also taking the floor, such as "Unsere Kurve" (www.unserekurve.de). Unsere Kurve is a registered club in which 21 fan organisations from the National League to the Regional League have joined forces. The club thus represents a six-figure number of active fans.  Style PASS online talked about the current situation by the topic with Thomas Kessen from "Unsere Kurve".

 

 

Exaggerated expectations: Journalist Kerstin Mitternacht does the fact check on women's soccer

They just want to play!

What expectations do we actually have of women's football?

It should be a beautiful, fast and attractive game.  At the same time, women should be sexy, play like men, earn at least as much as men, and at the same time - as women in a men's sport - work for equality.

Isn't that one or the other expectation too much?

 

Why was women's football banned in Brazil until 1979?

Mr Fuzeira is worried!

The ban on women's football was intended to help ensure that the female sex remained the weaker sex. The male authorities recognised - quite rightly - the danger that women could be given a platform for self-expression through participation in national sport.

 

 

Berlin author Wilfried Happel took a look at the history of Brazil for Style PASS