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FIFA Fines For Germany


Germany national football team

The International Federation of Football Associations "FIFA" imposed a fine on the German national team, due to the failure of one of its players to attend the press conference before the Spain match.

FIFA decided to fine the German national team 10,000 euros and warned against repeating that, according to Sky Sport Germany.

Germany coach Hans Flick attended the press conference without a player before facing Spain in the second round.

Flick had justified this, and said: "I myself came to the press conference because I do not want a player to spend three hours in the car. All players are important so I do not have a player here. We put our full focus on the match."

It is noteworthy that the German national team chose to live away from Doha in search of calm.

The Manshaft delegation is staying in the Zulal health resort, 110 km north of Doha.

In addition, there is a state of incompatibility between the German national team and the host country, Qatar.

The German national team protested before the start of its campaign in the World Cup, as the players appeared in the group photo with their hands on their mouths, in protest against Qatar's rules against homosexuality.

The Manshafts are in Group E, along with Spain, Japan and Costa Rica.

Germany tied 1-1 against Spain to score their first point in Group E.

The German national team will face its rival, Costa Rica, next Thursday in the third - and last - round of the World Cup group stage.
Germany needs to win its last match to qualify for the next round.

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