Before the DFB Cup final between SC Freiburg and RB Leipzig, there is again stress between the two Bundesliga clubs. This time it is not about the final scarf.

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As much harmony and calm as the two coaches Christian Streich and Domenico Tedesco radiated at the obligatory press conference before the DFB Cup final between SC Freiburg and RB Leipzig, both clubs are not.

After the infinite discussions about a common final scarf that the Freiburg rejected, there was now unrest about the final training. It is actually common for both teams to do their final training in Berlin. Training was trained in the litter stadium next to the Olympic Stadium so as not to unnecessarily strain the lawn after the relegation on Thursday.

As the bild reports, the unit in the Saxons looked strange: Leipzig drove up with two buses on the training ground, in sneakers and with a few balls the team went onto the square. After only five minutes inclusive walk and chat, the team drove off again.

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Accordingly, in Leipzig you were Sauer on Freiburg, because the sports club can decide as a “home team” when to train. The “guests” have to follow. But the Freiburger had only set their unit for 5 p.m., so that Leipzig could only have trained at 6.15 p.m.

That was too late for the Leipzigers, they took their final training to 10 a.m. and held it at home in Leipzig before leaving. However, training in Berlin is mandatory, so that the five-minute appearance was fulfilled.

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Curious: To create the press conference at noon, trainer Tedesco and captain Peter Gulacsi even drove to Berlin in advance. However, the Freiburgers couldn’t do anything for that.

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