From the first minute of the game, the hosts did not get proper access to the game, the low-lying Mainz found it easy to organize their defensive.
The unemployment rate is as low as it was last in 2008. However, the conflict over Catalonia’s independence could set the country back. In Spain, the number of unemployed has fallen to its lowest level in almost a decade. In the third quarter, the unemployment rate fell to 16.4 percent, said the national statistics agency in Madrid. The rate was therefore lower than it has been since the fourth quarter of 2008.
In the second quarter of 2017, the unemployment rate was still 17.2 percent. Despite the conflict in Catalonia, the government in Madrid was confident of further developments. Since the peak of the Spanish euro debt crisis in 2013, unemployment has tended to decline in the fourth largest economic power in the euro zone. At the beginning of 2013 the unemployment rate had reached a record high of 26.9 percent. Despite the recent positive development, the situation on the Spanish labor market remains tense compared to other European countries.
Unemployment is still very high, especially among young people. Economics minister Luis de Guindos expressed himself optimistically in an interview with the “Handelsblatt”. He anticipates strong economic growth and a significant decline in the number of unemployed this year. According to the latest forecast by the Spanish government, Spain’s economy will grow by more than three percent this year and the number of unemployed will decrease significantly, said de Guindos. “That’s more than we expected,” he told the newspaper. However, these estimates are far from certain: According to the government in Madrid, the upswing also depends on the further development of the Catalonia conflict. Source: ntv.de, mmo / dpa “” News and information at a glance. Collection of articles by n-tv.de on the subject of Matthias Sammer Borussia Dortmund’s coach Matthias Sammer has given a clear rejection of speculations that one day he might inherit his ex-coach Ottmar Hitzfeld at the German record champions Bayern Munich.
Matthias Sammer drew a satisfactory interim balance after the training camp of the German champions Borussia Dortmund. For the fans, the final after the 4-0 win against AC Milan is already clear, for Matthias Sammer nothing has been decided yet. One day before the Champions League match against Boavista Porto, Matthias Sammer made it clear to his team that the situation was serious. Borussia Dortmund coach Matthias Sammer has given speculation that he could one day inherit his ex-coach Ottmar Hitzfeld at the German soccer record champion Bayern Munich, a clear rejection. Matthias Sammer drew a satisfactory interim balance after the training camp of the German champions Borussia Dortmund.
For the fans, the final after the 4-0 win against AC Milan is already clear, for Matthias Sammer nothing has been decided yet. One day before the Champions League match against Boavista Porto, Matthias Sammer made it clear to his team that the situation was serious. “” “Sokratis was visibly disappointed with the performance of Borussia. (Photo: imago / Chai vd Laage) Also on the home stretch Borussia Dortmund is an enigmatic entity. The Champions League has not yet been booked. And in the coming season, BVB will have to get a fickle team back on track.
It could have been so nice: a sun-drenched Ruhr area, a sold-out stadium, a great atmosphere and a radiant Roman Weidenfeller, who came on at some point in the final phase and after the final whistle took a dip in the crowd after 16 adventurous and incredibly successful years in the Borussia Dortmund goal . German champion, cup winner, world champion and now the last curtain in triumph.123helpme.me Was cheered as the only Dortmund: goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller. (Photo: imago / Kirchner-Media) So, and it would not have turned out otherwise, had Borussia in the final phase of the last This season’s home game of the Bundesliga against Mainz 05 clearly went as planned. But the dramaturgy didn’t work because the hosts didn’t act as the script intended on this Saturday afternoon. BVB lost 1: 2 (1: 2) in front of 81,360 visitors in the sold-out stadium and are still not sure of qualifying for the Champions League. It was a negligent failure to bring the most important goal of the season under one roof. The competition played along so well.
Hoffenheim lost in Stuttgart, Leverkusen couldn’t get past a goalless draw in Bremen. And yet it was not enough because Borussia was also weakening and was once more puzzling. This means that Dortmund remain under pressure when they lose significantly against TSG Hoffenheim on the last match day in Sinsheim and Bayer 04 Leverkusen clearly wins against Hannover 96 at the same time, they will be passed through to the back and lose many millions of euros, the participation in the European premier class alone Even at the end of this season, no one will make any sense of this Borussia, which last played so furiously against Leverkusen and in Bremen only to fall back into playful poverty and lack of ideas now that the decision was within reach.
This cannot be explained logically, the Dortmunders remain a mystery to themselves. From the first minute of the game, the hosts did not get proper access to the game, the low-ranking Mainz found it easy to organize their defensive. In addition, they repeatedly staged promising attacks against a Dortmund back team, which left a disorderly impression. “Unbelievable feeling”: Sandro Schwarz. (Photo: dpa) Weidenfeller had to rush from the bench to the south stand to get the well-deserved ovations from the fans .
It was a bizarre situation because while the fans were celebrating the goalkeeper, they whistled out any other player who dared approach the yellow wall. The mood in the black and yellow camp remains tense. The sensitivities at the other end of the stadium, where the Mainz team frenetically cheered the relegation, were completely different. After a great struggle, they had won their first victory in the largest stadium in the republic. It came at the right time, after all, it meant that the self-proclaimed carnival club will also be involved in the premier league in the coming season. Sports director Rouven Schröder was “overwhelmed” and emphasized how proud he was of the performance of the team and their coach Sandro Schwarz: “We really wanted to do it on our own.
We succeeded. “Schwarz spoke of an” unbelievable feeling, we played an almost perfect first half from the organization and the work against the ball. “On the other hand, his colleague Peter Stöger quarreled with the opponent bringing virtues into the game, the missed his team: “You present yourself like the Mainz team when you want to achieve great things. They had that ahead of us. “Mainz, how it sings and laughs, while Dortmund have to worry about the fickleness of their team.
What use is more than 60 percent possession and superiority if so little constructive comes out of it? All of this is too little for a team that wants to compete in the premier class against the best clubs in Europe. Dortmund’s probably outgoing coach Peter Stöger trusted for the third time in a row the formation that had emerged as the obviously strongest on the home straight of this season: For captain Marcel Schmelzer, the young Manuel Akanji was again preferred to the left in the back four, who swirled in front of him 18 year old Jadon Sancho. The experience of the last two weeks has shown that this can work wonderfully, but BVB remains unpredictable.
Whenever the viewer believes that this collection of fickle-minded people has now understood, the setback comes. “It’s difficult to explain,” said Stöger, “it fits in with this season, which has seen so many ups and downs.” His team revealed – once again – a mentality problem. The new coach, who has yet to be found, and the fresh executives Matthias Sammer (external consultant) and Sebastian Kehl (head of the licensed player department) therefore know where to start with this unstable team. Source: ntv.de “Tourism is in Spain is the most important economic sector. (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) Spain is liberating itself step by step from the economic crisis. GDP is growing for the eighth quarter in a row, the forecasts for the current year are being revised upwards. This is of great importance for the Autumn elections: while Greece is suffering, Spain is slowly getting back on its feet.
Good quarterly figures from the Iberian Peninsula point to this. The Spanish economy grew more strongly in the spring than it has seen since the beginning of 2007. The gross domestic product increased from April to June by 1.0 percent compared to the previous quarter, as the statistics office in Madrid announced.
The economy grew by 3.1 percent year-on-year. This is expected to save the government two billion euros in new debt, and GDP has been growing for eight consecutive quarters. Among the major euro countries, the southern European country had by far the strongest growth of 0.9 percent in the first quarter of this year.
According to “El Mundo”, domestic demand was the main driver of growth. The government revised the forecast for the whole year upwards. It is now assuming 3.3 percent for the current year and 3.0 percent for the coming year, so the prospects are good that the government in Madrid can reduce its deficit to 4.2 percent of gross domestic product as planned. However, the country is still above the three percent limit set in the Maastricht Treaty, but the upturn has not yet reached the labor market.
In May, 22.5 percent of those able to work were still unemployed, and youth unemployment was as high as 49.3 percent. Alleged successes in the fight against unemployment can also be traced back to the fact that many young people have left the country, and the figures will help determine the outcome of the parliamentary elections in autumn. The better the economy develops, the better the chances that Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s conservative government will stay in office. This stands for the austerity course promoted primarily by Germany, but this course is highly controversial.
With Podemos, a protest party has established itself that wants to end the austerity policy. Since the economy showed signs of recovery, however, the polls of the new Left Party, which was at the top of the electoral favor at times, have been crumbling The Federal Finance Minister cannot resist a swipe at Greece at an economic forum. Wolfgang Schäuble with Luis de Guindos (Photo: dpa) Federal Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble hopes that Spain will continue on its reform path after the upcoming elections. The country has shown that it is crisis management worked in the euro area. “Spain is our best argument that we did a lot of things right. Spain just has to stay on course, “said the CDU politician at a German-Spanish economic forum in Berlin.
The next parliamentary elections in Spain are due in late autumn. With a view to the Greek crisis, Schäuble emphasized, without the “stubbornness” of insisting on compliance with applicable rules and agreements, the citizens’ trust in the euro would be permanently lost. “If appointments are not kept again and again, support is lost.” The Greek drama made it even more difficult to convince the citizens of further EU reforms. Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, for his part, advocated continuation of the reform course of his government. At a meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel, the conservative politician pointed out that the economic situation in Spain was the best in 14 years. The Spanish economy will grow by 3.3 percent this year. After its severe crisis, Spain is one of the growth engines in Europe.
The Spanish Minister of Economic Affairs, Luis de Guindos, said that there would be a record surplus of two percent in the current account this year. The Spanish economy creates more than 600,000 new jobs. Unemployment remains high: “There is still a lot to do, one mustn’t be complacent,” said de Guindos. Source: ntv.de, wne / dpa “Last week, Uli Hoeneß spoke from the “hell” that BVB will be preparing, now the sounds are a bit quieter. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge warns that “you don’t have a big mouth” (Photo: www.imago-images.de) Borussia still leaders Dortmund play like an average team in the Bundesliga title fight, which is good for FC Bayern.
He celebrates a “great matchday”, but does without a big mouth. Well, Niko Kovac had no choice. The coach of FC Bayern had to field Thomas Müller in the top game at Borussia Mönchengladbach on this 24th matchday of the Bundesliga.
What kind of atmospheric eruptions would that have triggered in a season of the (still) second in the Bundesliga, unusually rich in atmospheric eruptions, had Kovac in his greatly reduced squad against Müller and instead for the child prodigy i.V. 1 Alphonso Davis or regional league sensation Woo-yeong Jeong decided? Well, would, would be bicycle chain.
Müller played again after four games without starting the game. And really good. He stabbed a goal vehemently and prepared one spectacularly after just 27 seconds. With the rotating Müller, the impressive 5: 1 success always raised the alarm in Borussia’s defense. But that’s not an exciting realization, as Kovac explained: “Up front I know anyway that Thomas is doing really well.” The coach, whose coaching DNA is based on a defensive double helix, therefore praised his attacker primarily for the work he had done. “That’s what we need as FC Bayern.
If we manage to concede no or only one goal, we have great opportunities to win the games. “The Munich team have won eleven of the last twelve league games, they have” zeroed “in the title fight with the curtsy Borussia and feel comfortable Now surprisingly humble ready for new silverware. “The matchday was great for us,” said Müller happily. “We didn’t think we’d get there in winter.