“That was really regrettable”, find FOCUS-Online columnist Mike Kleiss and football expert Thomas Wagner, when they are upset in the podcast “Eggs, we need eggs” about a scene from the DFB international match against Liechtenstein. But the duo does not mean the team of national coach Hansi Flick.
This episode “Eggs, we need eggs” could go down in philosophical history books. Football expert Thomas Wagner and Focus Online columnist Mike Kleiss have used some expletive expressions. Some are their own, sometimes they just quote Jerome Boateng in the new Bayern documentary.
But the German national team and national coach Hansi Flick are the focus of this episode. In an interview with “11Freunde”, people philosophized about Flick’s sentence in particular: “Success is not a possession, it is only rented and the rent is due every day”.
A scene from the DFB game stunned the podcast duo
Since Flick coached the national team, he’s been working hard for the hire. And his players work with. Wagner and Kleiß take stock and also have the World Cup in Qatar in their sights. They talk about the light and shadow with which this World Cup is outshone.
But the duo really got really excited about a scene from the DFB international match against Liechtenstein. When the score was 9: 0, the opposing goalkeeper was whistled by the audience in Wolfsburg. “Such people are currently celebrating carnival on the Zülpicher in Cologne.”