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After the World Cup: Giulia Gwinn from FC Bayern Munich is “disappointed”



Her World Cup came as a surprise to many. Now Giulia Gwinn (23) speaks!

The provisional World Cup squad was nominated on Wednesday. The Bayern defender was not there. BILD had previously reported exclusively. Now Gwinn speaks up for the first time on Instagram – with disappointment and somewhat nebulous hints.

“I’ll have to reassess that for myself in the coming days: Actually being fit and still not having a chance to recommend myself for one of the World Cup places,” writes Gwinn, who is currently with her boyfriend Constantin Frommann (25). Lake Garda on vacation. And further: “You can be sad and disappointed for a few days, but then you should definitely be proud of the further successfully completed rehabilitation.”

Gwinn tore his cruciate ligament for the second time in October 2022, was not used last season, but has recently been training with the team again at FC Bayern.

The post shows: Gwinn felt fit for the World Cup (July 20th to August 20th) and wanted to go to Australia. She expressly does not blame the national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg (55) for the eviction. The defender writes: “The personal exchange with the national coach in the run-up to the nomination was always at eye level and characterized by great mutual respect.”

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Source: Sportdigital

BILD knows: In the past few weeks, the national team’s coaching staff has been intensively discussing Gwinn’s nomination. In the meantime, the tendency was towards a chance in preparation. Ultimately, Voss-Tecklenburg decided against it and explained: “Giulia comes from a second cruciate ligament injury, she is 23 years young. That’s why it’s a sensible decision for us not to play Giulia in this tournament.” According to BILD-Info, Gwinn’s club, FC Bayern, was against a World Cup nomination.

Gwinn: “Perhaps this common rational decision is just the right thing to do with a view to the future. I will of course keep my fingers crossed for the DFB women’s team from afar.”

Source: Asia Times


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