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Trial date set for Metzelder on child pornography charges


Trial date set for Metzelder on child pornography charges
February 22, 2021 GMT
FILE - In this Saturday, April 27, 2019 file photo, Christoph Metzelder watches under an umbrella prior the German Bundesliga soccer match between Borussia Dortmund and FC Schalke 04 in Dortmund, Germany. Former Germany defender Christoph Metzelder will stand trial on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography on April 29, 2021. He faces 29 charges of attempted distribution of child pornography to another person, and one charge of the possession of child and youth pornography. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, file)
FILE - In this Saturday, April 27, 2019 file photo, Christoph Metzelder watches under an umbrella prior the German Bundesliga soccer match between Borussia Dortmund and FC Schalke 04 in Dortmund, Germany. Former Germany defender Christoph Metzelder will stand trial on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography on April 29, 2021. He faces 29 charges of attempted distribution of child pornography to another person, and one charge of the possession of child and youth pornography. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, file)

Former Germany football star faces trial on child pornography charges


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Christoph Metzelder, seen here during his playing days for Germany, will stand trial on a raft of child pornography charges.
Former Germany defender Christoph Metzelder will stand trial on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography on April 29.
Dusseldorf District Court said on Monday it was proceeding with a case brought by the public prosecutor against the 40-year-old Metzelder, who faces 29 charges of attempted distribution of child pornography to another person, and one charge of the possession of child and youth pornography.
The court said Metzelder “contests the allegations. The main trial is to clarify whether or not the allegations made in the indictment are true. The defendant is considered innocent until the proceedings are finally concluded.”

Real Madrid's Copa del Rey defeats to third-tier sides


Real Madrid's Copa del Rey defeats to third-tier sides - ranked
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In the 21st century, Real Madrid have managed to win the Copa del Rey twice, but there are far more bad memories than good ones.
Since the turn of the century, Los Blancos have been eliminated by third-tier sides no
fewer than five times - an inexcusable record for a team the size of Real.
Let's take a look at which of those defeats hurt the most.
5. vs Cadiz (2014/15)
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Mails on Lampard's exit, Pep's return, and Big Sam's Brexit regret...

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Mails on Lampard’s exit, Pep’s return, and Big Sam’s Brexit regret…
Date published: Monday 4th January 2021 8:56 - Ian Watson
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Where Jose wanted to bring in instant 7/10 efficiency from the likes of Willian and Perisic and get rid of young, erratic talent (what use is potential to a short termist like Jose?), Ole was someone who was ok with putting himself in a worse position short term if he knew the club would reap the rewards in the coming seasons. If you want to rebuild a club, you cannot bring in someone whose interview answer to “where do you see yourself in 5 years?” is “somewhere the f*** else”.

Managing Madrid Podcast: Ranking Real Madrid's Germans; And Revisiting Real Madrid During The Civil War

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Managing Madrid Podcast: Ranking Real Madrid’s Germans; And Revisiting Real Madrid During The Civil War
Kiyan Sobhani, Matt Wiltse, and Kristofer McCormack hit a ridiculous amount of talking points in this wide-ranging podcast about Real Madrid’s history
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May 13, 2020 at 6:52am PDT
On this Patron-only episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Kiyan Sobhani, Matt Wiltse, and Kristofer McCormack discuss:
Part 1 (Ranking Real Madrid’s Germans)
- Christoph Metzelder’s forgettable Real Madrid career
- How good was Sami Khedira?
- The formation change that saw Khedira fall out of the starting XI
- How much was he at fault for the way things ended?

Ranking Real Madrid's Germans - Managing Madrid

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Ranking Real Madrid’s Germans
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Real Madrid have dipped into the transfer market and purchased a German player on nine different occasions. More often than not, those Germans have brought resounding success. In fact, ranking Real Madrid’s Germans has been the toughest test yet of the three installments to date (see: Brits & Italians). Let’s take a look back at the nine German players and examine their influence as well as their success at the club:
9. Christoph Metzelder
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A towering center back, Christoph Metzelder signed for Real Madrid on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2007. He was a low-risk investment for the club and a petition of then German manager, Bernd Schuster, to help provide depth to the back-line. Metzelder was 27-years-old upon his arrival in Madrid and was an established German international with over 30 caps to his name. He was seen as a solid signing to help fill the void left behind by Ivan Helguera.

2002 FIFA World Cup™ - News - #WorldCupAtHome: Ronaldo inspires Brazil to fifth star

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Goalscorers: Ronaldo (67’, 79’)
Line-ups:
Germany: Oliver Kahn (c), Thomas Linke, Carsten Ramelow, Christoph Metzelder, Torsten Frings, Dietmar Hamann, Jens Jeremies (Gerald Asamoah 77’), Marco Bode (Christian Ziege 84’), Bernd Schneider, Miroslav Klose (Oliver Bierhoff 74’), Oliver Neuville.
Brazil: Marcos, Lucio, Edmilson, Roque Junior, Cafu (c), Gilberto Silva, Kleberson, Roberto Carlos, Ronaldinho (Juninho 85’), Rivaldo, Ronaldo (Denilson 90’)
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The stakes
The stakes for that Final could not have been higher. Victory for Germany would allow them to pull level with Brazil on four World Cup titles, while success for
A Seleção would give them their fifth, two more than their nearest challengers Germany and Italy.

2006 FIFA World Cup™ - News - #WorldCupAtHome: Azzurri late show dashes German dreams

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Goalscorers: Italy: Fabio Grosso (119’), Alessandro Del Piero (120’+1)
Line-ups:
Germany: Jens Lehmann, Arne Friedrich, Per Mertesacker, Christoph Metzelder, Philipp Lahm, Sebastian Kehl, Michael Ballack (c), Tim Borowski (Bastian Schweinsteiger, 73’), Bernd Schneider (David Odonkor, 83’), Miroslav Klose (Oliver Neuville, 111’), Lukas Podolski
Italy: Gianluigi Buffon, Fabio Grosso, Fabio Cannavaro (c), Marco Materazzi, Gianluca Zambrotta, Gennaro Gattuso, Simone Perrotta (Alessandro Del Piero, 104), Andrea Pirlo, Mauro Camoranesi (Vincenzo Iaquinta, 91’), Francesco Totti, Luca Toni (Alberto Gilardino, 74’)
The stakes
Three-time World Cup champions Germany had gone 16 years without lifting the Trophy, while Italy’s wait for a fourth title stretched back 24 years to Spain 1982. Only Brazil, with five titles to their name, have enjoyed more success in the competition than these two European rivals.

Ranking Real Madrid's Italians - Managing Madrid

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Ranking Real Madrid’s Italians
In the second installment in this series, Matt Wiltse looks back at the Real Madrid careers of the mere three Italian players to have featured for the club.
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For a country that has won four World Cups, just behind leaders Brazil with five. As well as a country that boasts historic European clubs like Juventus, AC Milan, Inter Milan, and Roma, it is quite surprising that only three Italians have stepped foot on the Santiago Bernabeu pitch while wearing the white shirt of Real Madrid. Let’s take a look back at those three player and examine their influence as well as success at the club:

A 70s-80s Everton Childhood, FC Schalke 04, and Jonjoe Kenny


A 70s-80s Everton Childhood, FC Schalke 04, and Jonjoe Kenny
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In light of the Covid-19 crisis and the suspension of football until... well, who knows(?), I thought I’d finally pen a more meaningful contribution to this fine website than my occasional forays onto the matchday forum. With football on hold, I opted to go for a few memories and a personal story rather than debate club politics or strategy.
There are more learned and educated members on here who can articulate praise or direct well-researched criticism of the current playing squad, management or club leadership far better than I. So, I present some personal memories, a non-Everton footballing link, and Jonjoe Kenny. Bear with me, it all joins up in the end, so isn’t as scattergun as it may initially appear!

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