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Max Mittelstädt im EM-Trainingslager: Hohe Ziele mit der deutschen Nationalmannschaft

Max Mittelstädt, a 27-year-old defender for VfB Stuttgart, is performing well in the first training camp for the European Championship. Despite having only played two international matches, he has made a strong impression on the left side of the defense. Mittelstädt, who was born in Berlin, is currently in great form after helping his club reach second place in the German league. He is setting high goals for himself and the national team in the upcoming European Championship, stating that winning the title in their own country would be a dream come true. Mittelstädt also expressed confidence in his own abilities, acknowledging that he is not an established national player but believes he can contribute to the team with his strengths and abilities.

In an interview with MagentaTV, Mittelstädt provided some predictions for the UEFA Euro 2024. He believes that Kai Havertz will be the top goal scorer and predicts that the final will be between Germany and France. He also mentioned two young players, Flo Wirtz and Jamal Musiala, who he believes have the potential to become stars of the tournament.

Mittelstädt also spoke positively about the national team’s coach, Julian Nagelsmann, describing him as refreshing. He mentioned that he played with Nagelsmann’s assistant, Sandro Wagner, at Hertha BSC Berlin. Mittelstädt praised the coaching staff for providing the team with many ideas.

In addition to the interview, MagentaTV is offering comprehensive coverage of the European Championship, including all 51 matches live. The opening match between Germany and Scotland on June 14th will be hosted by Johannes B. Kerner and Laura Wontorra, with analysis from Michael Ballack and Tabea Kemme. MagentaTV will also broadcast two exclusive matches from the German group, including Hungary vs. Switzerland on June 15th.

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Furthermore, MagentaTV will premiere the documentary „FUSSBALLWUNDER: VON BERN BIS BERLIN“ on June 1st. This documentary provides a unique perspective on the development of the German national team from the post-war era to the present day, featuring interviews with key figures from German football history, including Ottmar Walter, Uwe Seeler, Berti Vogts, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Toni Schumacher, Rudi Völler, and Philipp Lahm.

The article does not mention any specific local impacts or historical facts relevant to Stuttgart. Therefore, it is not necessary to provide additional information on these topics.

Below is a table of the TV program schedule for the opening day of the European Championship on MagentaTV:

Time Channel Program
18:30 TV 1 Vorbericht Deutschland – Schottland
21:00 TV 1 Deutschland – Schottland (commentary by Wolff Fuss)
21:00 TV 2 Taktikfeed: Deutschland – Schottland with Jan Platte & Tim Borowski
21:00 TV 3 Reaction Show including Calcio Berlin
23:15 TV 1 Studio Pille Palle with Fahri Yardim & Jonas Hector


Quelle: MagentaTV / ots

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