FRANKFURT - At a reception shortly before Christmas, German football federation president Wolfgang Niersbach said his plan for the holidays was to sit back on a sofa, shut off the radio and television and think about the wonderful year behind him.After winning a fourth World Cup title, Germany has plenty of reason to celebrate 2014 as an extraordinary year. But the Germans dont want to rest on their laurels and again end up waiting 24 years for a World Cup title.The year behind us was extraordinary but it shouldnt be the only one, Niersbach said. We are not going to lean back. Thats why weve set out a 10-year plan.The ambitious long-term project is aimed at making success more permanent. Few would consider Germany a failure in football, but the title in Brazil was its first championship since the 1996 European Championship.When you are first, you always have something to lose, German national team director Oliver Bierhoff said. Its dangerous to think its always going to continue like that. We went through that in 1990. Ten years later, you wake up and notice that youve slept through something.Germany coach Joachim Loew hopes his team can create somewhat of a dynasty, like Spain did with two consecutive European titles and a World Cup.We want to leave our mark on an entire era, Loew said.Germany hopes to follow its World Cup triumph with the 2016 European Championship title in France. Then there are World Cups in 2018 and 2022 and another European tournament in 2020.We are still hungry, said Hansi Flick, Loews assistant in Brazil and now the federations technical director.Niersbach said we should be thankful and humble for what weve achieved, but promised to embark on the project for the future.The plan culminates with the 2024 European Championship that Germany hopes to be awarded.It would be a wonderful perspective for us and our most ambitious goal to get the 2024 championship and we are confident we are going to get it, Niersbach said. Not many nations are able to host a 24-team competition.Germany plans to use 10 stadiums, all of them already in existence and most used for the 2006 World Cup.Another highlight of the project is an 89 million euro ($109 million) academy to be built on the outskirts of Frankfurt, the federations biggest investment to date. The national training and research facility will be home not only to Loews team but also to all other national selections starting at youth level.Its important to use the momentum of the World Cup title and to lay down structures for future success, Bierhoff said.He and Flick will visit the United States early in 2015 to visit similar academies, and Bierhoff said the academy will also offer its know-how to other nations.Work on the academy is scheduled to start in 2016 and to be completed by the end of 2018. Frankfurt residents, however, have started a move that could end up in a referendum and ultimately scuttle the project despite previous approval and a contract with city authorities. Air Max 270 Pas Cher Chine .C. -- The Bobcats announced theyve signed centre Justin Hamilton to a 10-day contract. Air Max Pas Cher Chine .Y. - The Buffalo Sabres reassigned forward Sam Reinhart to the WHLs Kootenay Ice on Friday. http://www.airmaxpaschersite.fr/basket-air-max-tn-outlet.html . 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MILAN, Italy -- Roma failed to equal the European record of 11 straight league victories to start the season as a goal from former player Alessio Cerci saw it held to a 1-1 draw at Torino in Serie A on Sunday for its first dropped points of the campaign. Rudi Garcias side had already set a Serie A record by winning its opening 10 matches but was looking to equal the best start in any of the top five European leagues, set by English club Tottenham in 1960-61. "Whats important is that the squad played with heart and quality especially in the first half," Garcia said. "I liked it that we tried to win right up until the end. "This is football, we cant win them all, but a draw away from home is not a negative result." Roma moved three points above Juventus and Napoli, who play each other next week. Inter Milan and newly-promoted Hellas Verona are nine points behind after earlier wins against Udinese and Cagliari respectively. Elsewhere, teenage forward Domenico Berardi scored a hat trick to help Sassuolo beat 10-man Sampdoria 4-3, while Lazio fell to a surprise 2-0 defeat at home to Genoa. Roma took the lead in the 28th minute. Federico Balzaretti found Miralem Pjanic on the left side of the area and he cut it back for Kevin Strootman to volley home. Torino levelled shortly after the hour mark when Riccardo Meggiorini robbed the ball off Mehdi Benatia and crossed for Cerci to sidefoot in from close range. It was only the second goal Roma had conceded all season and its first in 743 minutes of football. Meggiorini had gone close to the equalizer minutes earlier with a stunning strike which Roma goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis had to dive at full stretch to save. Earlier, Inter recorded a dominant 3-0 victory at Udinese. Palacio broke the deadlock in the 25th minute when he headed in Saphir Taiders free kick. And it got worse for Udinese four minutes later when Zeljko Brkic completely mistimed his exit and flapped haplessly at Esteban Cambiassos corner, allowing Andrea Ranocchia to volley in at the far post. Fredy Guarin hit the post in the second half before Ricardo Alvarez added a third in stoppage time, slotting Palacios cross into an empty net. "I saw the best Inter performance of the season, even considering the level of the opponent," Inter coach Walter Mazzarri said. "t;We really wanted to come here and impose our game.dddddddddddd I always try to instil that into my players, that we must not let ourselves be conditioned by whether were playing at home or not." Verona also dominated on its way to a sixth successive home victory, winning 2-1 against Cagliari, which has now lost three successive matches. "This Verona side has to think only about working well as it is doing," Verona coach Andrea Mandorlini said. "Its right that the fans are dreaming, but we have to think about staying in this league." Luca Toni headed home a corner in the eighth minute to give Verona an early lead and the home side all but sealed the match 12 minutes into the second half when Bosko Jankovic played a one-two with Romulo before curling into the far corner. Daniele Conti volleyed in a consolation goal for Cagliari in stoppage time. In Rome, Lazio seemed in complete control in the first half and Genoa had goalkeeper Mattia Perin to thank for keeping them in the match with several crucial saves, including a spectacular stop to deny Miroslav Klose. Juraj Kucka broke the deadlock on the hour mark with an angled drive and Genoa doubled its lead 10 minutes later when Alberto Gilardino converted a penalty following a Michael Ciani handball. Newly-promoted Sassuolos match at Sampdoria had already been deemed a relegation dogfight and the home side appeared to be in control after Nicola Pozzi had given it a first half lead. However, the match turned at the start of the first half. Berardi fired in the equalizer before putting Sassulo in front from the penalty spot two minutes later after Andrea Costa had tripped the youngster. Costa was shown a second yellow card and dismissed. Antonio Floro Flores appeared to have secured the match but Samp levelled with goals from Eder and Lorenzo De Silvestri. But it wasnt over yet and Berardi secured Sassuolos second win of the season in the final minute, with another penalty after Shkodran Mustafi fouled Diego Farias. In the lunchtime kickoff, Paulinho scored the only goal of the game in the 11th minute as Livorno beat 10-man Atalanta 1-0 to earn its first win in eight matches. 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