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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Wed Jan 21, 2009 7:19 pm

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So, there´s still the winterbreak in Germany, a few interesting things happened:

Great summery (as usuale)!


-Hoffenheim Top-Striker Ibisevic suffered a cruciate ligament rupture
Gone is the tryouts of most goal scored in Buli history (Gerd M's 40 Tor in 71/72).

-Podolskis return to cologne seems to be VERY close.
I hope Overath really gets his boy back.

-American striker Landon Donovan is now with Bayern M(erda).
LD says he is ready and matured to work overseas.

-HSV Top-Star Olic joins Bayern next season
Makes me puke!

-Lots of trouble auf Schalke, the hierarchy seems to collide,
J. Jones attacked the coach and others players.
Dont misunderstand: He just speaks out loud whats going wrong.
It MAY be that Bordon wont be captain too long

JONES HITS OUT AT SCHALKE REGIME

Schalke midfielder Jermaine Jones has criticised coach Fred Rutten for giving the high-profile players at the club preferential treatment and cast doubt over his own future if their form does not improve.

Team-mate Gerald Asamoah claimed the players were "too nice to each other" and needed to develop a nasty streak if they were to have any hope of silverware this season.

The Royal Blues lie seventh in the Bundesliga standings, eight points behind leaders Hoffenheim, at the halfway point of the season.

"Asamoah is totally right," said Jones in Bild. "After this first half of the season, everyone has to work at last.

"Names and earnings are not allowed to play a part any more. Whoever doesn't pull together has to go.

"Whoever is not fit does not need to run around on the pitch. We can replace anyone. Why should Asamoah continue to sit out for (Kevin) Kuranyi?"

Kuranyi has come in for criticism from Schalke fans and some sections of the media for his below-par performances in the first half of the campaign.

Jones said: "In the first half things happened in certain situations according to names. But it is not enough to simply walk out on to the pitch to wear your number. Here much too much has happened.

"To not be on the pitch on Saturday hurts a pro the most - not 100 or 1000 euro fines. Kevin is my friend. But Kuranyi can turn up late and still play. If Asamoah came late, he would be playing with the amateurs."

Jones warned that he would consider his own future at the Arena AufSchalke if the the club do not qualify for the Champions League.

"I want to mix with the best again," he added. "Should we no longer achieve place two or three, I don't know where my journey will go."

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I agree that we lacked a fighting spirit throughout the first half of the saison. Of course there were some players who gave their best including JJ.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:43 pm

Here is a summery of the Winterbreak by the great www.abseits-soccer.com

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HSV elections

Not really much news during the winterbreak, some of which is listed below. However, there were some interesting events that took place over the weekend in Hamburg, as HSV had elections for the board of supervisors. Unlike American sports, German football is quite democratic. Whereas the English game has clearly moved closer to an American model, where tin-pot dictator owners do whatever they please to screw the fans and massage their egos, the German system has some built-in protections to make the bosses at least work before they rape the fans.

Virtually all German soccer teams are in fact sports clubs, and made up of members. So in reality, it is a true club, not a corporation. Anyone can become a member, as long as you pay your dues. As a member, you can participate in elections for the board. So it is somewhat like a stockholders meeting at a corporation, with the crucial difference that it's one-man-one-vote. And in general, there is no proxy voting, so you have to show up at the general assembly. The board stands for election, and if folks are upset, they can easily boot out the president. (Example: Oakland Rayduh fans, you listening? Buh-Bye, Al Davis!). In general, to appease the fans, the board usually has a fan-representative automatically appointed, but most of the seats are up for election. Rich sugardaddies, such as Dietmar Hopp at Hoffenheim, spend their own money, but are still subject to the ballot box.

Now the HSV elections were of particular interest. The club general manager, Bernd Hoffmann, has had an impressive run in bringing home the bacon. HSV now has a full stadium, and turnover of some 140 million euros. From a financial standpoint, things have never been better. But of course, the "average" fan has taken it somewhat in the shorts, mainly through rising ticket prices and commercialization of the game. So one of the "Ultra" fan group leaders, some guy named Jochen Liebnau, decided to oppose Hoffmann and many other "supporters" block fans also decided to run. Whilst Hoffmann and his allies darkly hinted that if the fans took over that HSV would drop down into the Kreisliga, they also served up some clever candidates of their own, such as recent ex-HSV player Sergei Barbarez.

In any case, there was a massive turnout, about 5,000, much larger than the usual number. (I believe that HSV has some 45,000 dues paying members, so actually it's not that massive). Undoubtedly the bosses have resisted such measures as internet or mail voting, as that would reduce their ability to stack the deck with their voters. But in the final analysis, perhaps the supporters aren't as upset as one might think: the end result was that all the "supporter" backed candidates lost. That means fans will continue to be treated as income sources to be slapped around willy-nilly. But since most of the members are just ordinary fans, it seems pretty clear that they prefer commericialization, if it means more wins and better players. The English example has shown that the loud-mouth fans who constantly decry moneybags and/or foreigners taking over change their tune once the new owner starts splashing the cash. But at least so far the Germans have resisted doing a mancity and whipping out keffiyehs to impress their new owners...


Injury disaster!

Perhaps the biggest news is that Hoffeheim sensation Vedad Ibisevic is now out for the season! Ibisevic has set the Bundesliga on fire, with 18 goals in hist first 17 matches. But during a training match in Spain, he was injured by some HSV thug. Or he stepped in a gopher hole. In any case, playing a worthless friendly match with Hamburg, he injured his knee and is done. Very tragic, but so far the Hopp-en-heimers haven't attempted to get Dietmar to fork over some additional cash to buy a replacement.


Transfer News

Not too much activity. The big addition is that GK Timo Hildebrand leaves Spain's Valencia on a free and joins Hoffenheim. And HSV benefits from Manchester City's spending spree and cashes in on Nigel de Jong to the tune of approx. 17 million euros. Considering he only cost about 1.5 million, and at season's end he could leave for about 3 million, it's a great deal for HSV. But if you follow the EPL, you already know that City is a) stinking rich b) incompetant c) desperate.

Most big transfers within the Bundesliga are only happening at the end of the season. Germany is ass-backwards in this, as players can sign with their new clubs before the season is over. HSV's Ivica Olic is apparently off to Bayern. And Bayern's Lukas Podolski will apparently return to 1. FC Köln. So don't expect Olic to be scoring too many goals when they face Bayern. But at least Podolski won't score the goal that sends 1. FC Köln back down to the 2.Liga, as he almost never gets off the bench at Bayern these days. There were some other transfers, but I can't remember, mostly retreads and failures. Dortmund's Diego Klimowicz goes to Bochum. I think Gladbach's young talent Alex Baumjohann goes to Bayern's bench at end of the season, and he's getting razzed by Gladbach fans. He responds by giving them the finger, showing them that in his mind, the Gladbach fans are "no.1". Werder is basically giving up on Brazilian midfielder Carlos Eduardo, supposedly their most expensive signing - and flop - ever. He's loaned to Vasco da Gama, the famed Rio club that just got relegated to Brazil's Serie B. Seems a bit risky, since their star Brazilian midfielder Diego is forever being caught drunk driving. They could have assigned Carlos to be Diego's driver, thereby getting a greater return from their investment.


New league reorg?

Apparently the DFL (governs Bundesliga and 2.Liga) and DFB (all German football) are examining the league structure once again. Of course, as the overall governing body, the DFB is really calling the shots, but the DFL is the major success and has a huge vested interest. In particular, the DFB is looking at ways of boosting the finances of the new 3.Liga and 4th division Regionalliga. TV money is expected to decline, and attendances have not been overly impressive. Some DFB officials are laying the blame squarely on the "B" squads of the DFL clubs. Unlike England, where reserve clubs play outside the normal league structure, in Germany (and Spain), the "B" clubs participate in the leagues, with only minor restrictions. Of course, their effect on attendance has been disastrous. Rarely does one of these squads draw more than 1,500 fans (as compared to clubs like Braunschweig averaging over 10,000), and as a visitor, they are death at the box office. And of course, not only are the "B" clubs subsidized by the senior club, but they have access to players that regular clubs can't afford.

So the DFB is now looking into establishing a true "reserve league(s)" much like England, where the DFL-B squads could compete. They would therefore be banned from the 3rd and 4th divisions. Needless to say, the "traditional" clubs in the lower divisions love the idea. The DFL clubs aren't too excited, and only use the tired argument that they are developing young talent that wouldn't get a chance otherwise. However, their argument is weakened by the fact that Germany's national team has seen many young talents come into the national team in the past few years, and none have been drawn from any B squads.

Hopefully the DFB will continue down this path and establish a true reserve league...



(c) Abseits Guide to Germany - www.abseits-soccer.com
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Sat Jan 31, 2009 12:30 am

HSV - Bayern 1:0

Exciting match, lots of chances for both teams, Bayern missed many opportunities in the 2nd half.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Sat Jan 31, 2009 8:02 am

I hope Donovan can make it a Bayern, or at least do well enough to become a regular in a top league somewhere in Europe. Now I'm going to have to start watching Bayern just to see how he adjust on his second attempt.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Sun Feb 01, 2009 1:22 am

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HSV - Bayern 1:0

Exciting match, lots of chances for both teams, Bayern missed many opportunities in the 2nd half.

I didn't know why Toni's goal was disallowed & why Petric's goal was allowed, but of course I didn't mind! Very Happy

Bundesliga - 18. Spieltag
gestern 20:30 Hamburg - B. München 1:0
heute 15:30 Hannover - Schalke 1:0
heute 15:30 FC Köln - Wolfsburg 1:1
heute 15:30 Dortmund - Leverkusen 1:1
heute 15:30 Hertha BSC - Frankfurt 2:1
heute 15:30 Hoffenheim - Cottbus 2:0
heute 15:30 VfB Stuttgart - M´gladbach 2:0
morgen 17:00 Bochum - Karlsruhe --
morgen 17:00 Bremen - Bielefeld --

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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Feb 02, 2009 9:33 pm

Hannover 96 - FC Schalke 04 1:0
One lucky strike decides the match.

1. FC Köln - VfL Wolfsburg 1:1
Late equaliser by Grafité.

Borussia Dortmund - Bayer Leverkusen 1:1
Leverkusener woke up 2nd half but were not able to score twice.

Hertha BSC - Eintracht Frankfurt 2:1
Hertha now 2nd, 2 pts behind Hoffenheim.

1899 Hoffenheim - Energie Cottbus 2:0
Victory against harmless Cottbuser.

VfB Stuttgart - Borussia M'gladbach 2:0
BMG still down in the relegation zone.

VfL Bochum - Karlsruher SC 2:0
A bit lucky but deserved win for VFL.

Werder Bremen - Arminia Bielefeld 1:2
THE surprise of the day. Arminen with an away win after 25 matches. Bremer daydreaming.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Thu Feb 05, 2009 6:46 pm

Hannover 96 - FC Schalke 04 1:0
Great performance on both goalies. S04 missed tons of chances but also H96 had one hand ball dissallowed, so it could've been worse.

1. FC Köln - VfL Wolfsburg 1:1
Goats continues not to be too bad, scheisse!

Borussia Dortmund - Bayer Leverkusen 1:1
Owomoyela hustles and assists a goal, Owomoyela relaxes on the other end and let the Aspirins scorte. Btw, Owomoyela is a defender.

Hertha BSC - Eintracht Frankfurt 2:1
Pantelic back to biz?

1899 Hoffenheim - Energie Cottbus 2:0
Hildebrand gets injured on his debut. Sonogo scores at his debut. Energie didn't play bad, except they couldn't score.

VfB Stuttgart - Borussia M'gladbach 2:0
BMG was busy in the transfer market, but it doesn't seem to help them much. They need a better coach then Hans Meyer to begin with.

VfL Bochum - Karlsruher SC 2:0
Ex-Doofmunder Klimo with short hair scores at his debut with V(F)oulFL Bochum.

Werder Bremen - Arminia Bielefeld 1:2
Bremen without Diego and Pizzaro, but no excuse for that. Frings, what an embarrassment.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Feb 09, 2009 1:12 am

FC Bayern - Dortmund 3:1
BVB took the lead after two minutes by Valdez, Ze Roberto equalised 20 minutes later.
Klose finished them off within the last six minutes.

Cottbus - Hannover 3:1
Passionate Cottbuser finished harmless 96er.

Schalke - Werder 1:0
Not a top match, Bremer missed chances Schalker played defensively.

Karlsruhe - Hamburg 3:2
Incredible. Hamburger gave away a 2-0 lead.

Leverkusen - Stuttgart 2:4
Vidal sent off early, Stuttgarter outplayed Bayer.

Gladbach - Hoffenheim 1:1
It looked like a victory for the Fohlen a long time, but Wellington
destroyed their hopes one minute before stoppage time.

Wolfsburg - Bochum 2:0
Mediocre match, Wölfe lucky.

Frankfurt - Köln 2:2
Frankfurter took the lead two times, but Novakovic equalised two times.

Bielefeld - Hertha 1:1
Goalie Eilhoff and life lnsurance Wichniarek stole one point from Hertha.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:20 am

Yay for Stuttgart! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Feb 09, 2009 8:51 pm

I think the result of Bielefeld & Cottbus wasn't just a matter of luck. Both clubs already had shown some glimps of good football at the 1 week of the 2nd half of the saison.
Hopefully BMG almost had it, I hope they could join Arminia & Cottbus soon before it is too late.

I am not satisfied of with S04 as it seemed the worst team had lost the match, not as if the better team had won...
Something like we won against Torino at Coppa Italia, u all know what I mean?
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Feb 16, 2009 4:45 pm

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I am not satisfied of with S04 as it seemed the worst team had lost the match, not as if the better team had won...
Something like we won against Torino at Coppa Italia, u all know what I mean?

Yes.

1899 Hoffenheim - Bayer Leverkusen 1:4
First real blow for 1899, Leverkusen recovered from the defeat against Stuttgart.

Hertha BSC- Bayern München 2:1
Voronin knocked out the bavarians with two goals, Hertha a candidate for the title?

VfL Bochum - FC Schalke 04 2:1
The chaotic days auf Schalke go on, worse performance against Bochum,
an unknown Hacker entered the official Homepage and published news that K. Kuranyi
got fired http://www.bild.de/BILD/sport/fussball/bundesliga/vereine/schalke/2009/02/12/kevin-kuranyi/kevin-kuranyi-freistellung-screenshot.html
and other nonsense like this: http://img412.imageshack.us/img412/3619/hackjw1.jpg

Eintracht Frankfurt - VfL Wolfsburg 0:2
Away victory for the Wölfe after a long period.

Hannover 96 - VfB Stuttgart 3:3
Incredible. Stuttgarter made a 0-2 lead very fast then
96er turned the table and really made the 3-2 but 3 minutes before stoppage time
Thomas "the hammer" Hitzlsperger equalised (with his hammer) for the swabians.

1. FC Köln - Karlsruher SC 0:0
Both teams misserd lots of chances.

Werder Bremen - Borussia M'gladbach 1:1
Bremer missed lots of chances, BMG keeper Bailly in exellent shape.

Borussia Dortmund - Energie Cottbus 1:1
8th drawn home for "Schwatz-gelb".

Hamburger SV - Arminia Bielefeld 2:0
A 35m freekick and a mistake by goalie Eilhoff brought the lead for HSVer,
Wichniarek missed a penalty to equalise, five minutes later Guerrero made the 2-0.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:41 am

Some very interesting games this matchday in Germany.... Hoffenheim lost for the first time at home this season and Hertha opened up the title race even more now with a good win over Bayern. The Stuttgart match was thrilling!
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Thu Feb 19, 2009 12:55 am

A very interesting blog of some english fans doing groundhopping in continental europe, mostly in Germany.
Many many commented pics about the grounds, accommodations, drinking beer Wink et cetera....

Too bad, they are fond of Bochum Suspect

http://eurofootballtour.blogspot.com/
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Tue Feb 24, 2009 7:34 pm

FC Schalke 04 - Borussia Dortmund 1:1
Well, I it was a bit disappointing for me, the match wasnt as tough or exciting as
those derbies (or those with the Bayern) a few years ago.
Nutella-Kevin put Schalke in front with a spectacular overheadkick.
Schalke was the better team for a long period, but they didnt mark the second
goal. In the last minutes Dortmunder became stronger and so Zidan made the equaliser.

Energie Cottbus - Werder Bremen 2:1
Bremer were the stronger team but thy missed too many chances.
A counter attack seconds before the final whistle brought the 2-1 for Energie.

Borussia M'gladbach - Hannover 96 3:2
W-o-w. After eight matches without victory, BMG won against 96 3-2.
BMGler were 2-0 in front after 45 minutes but 96 made the equaliser 13 minutes
before stoppage time. Then Neuville brought BMG in front again.
The audience saw many spectacular goales.

Karlsruher SC - Eintracht Frankfurt 0:1
The most interesting part was probably when SGE Fans started fireworks
and the referee paused the match.

VfL Wolfsburg - Hertha BSC 2:1
Wölfe turned the table after the break.

Arminia Bielefeld - VfL Bochum 1:1
Worse match, Klimowicz brought Vfl in front with a great overhead kick.
Arminia equalised seven minutes before stoppage time with a header from
defender Mijatovic after a freekick. Keeper Eilhoff saved the drawn with some great saves.

VfB Stuttgart - 1899 Hoffenheim 3:3
THE match of the day. Ba made the goal for 1899 after 24 minutes, the Stuttgarter
turned the table into a 2-1 lead. 1899 made the equaliser before Stuttgart took the lead again.
Then again the equaliser for 1899. And in the 93. minutes there was the chance for Hoffenheim to
turn the drawn into a victory but Salihovic missed the penalty.

Bayern München - 1. FC Köln 1:2
Right on time for carnival brave fighting Kölner beat pathetic Bayern.
Klinsmann went loopy in the locker room.

Bayer Leverkusen - Hamburger SV 1:2
An intensive and exciting match, now HSV is on top of the table.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Wed Feb 25, 2009 8:36 pm

It truely was a great week in Germany as there were many upsets, new liga leader for a consecutive weeks & beatiful goals (Kuranyi, Gomez, Helmes & more).

-Though the disallowed goal of Klose (w/Oddo's cross) wasn't offside, I didn't mind Bauern loosing. tongue

-What's going on with Donovan? The best thing he did so far was he cleared a ball from the otuch line against the Goats.

-Kuranyi scored a spectacular goal and almost another one, but as usual he missed the easier one's.

-Energie's energy is rising.

-Huge miss by Salihovic.

-Olic's mind seems to be already having Haxxen everyday somewhere down south.


Tabelle der Bundesliga 2008/2009 am 21. Spieltag
Pl. Verein Sp S U N Tore Diff. Pkt.
1. (3.) Hamburger SV 21 13 3 5 33:28 +5 42
2. (2.) 1899 Hoffenheim 21 12 4 5 49:31 +18 40
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3. (1.) Hertha BSC Berlin 21 12 4 5 33:25 +8 40
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4. (4.) FC Bayern München 21 11 5 5 44:30 +14 38
5. (5.) Bayer Leverkusen 21 11 3 7 44:29 +15 36
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6. (6.) VfL Wolfsburg 21 10 6 5 42:27 +15 36
7. (7.) VfB Stuttgart 21 9 6 6 38:31 +7 33
8. (8.) Borussia Dortmund 21 7 11 3 31:25 +6 32
9. (9.) FC Schalke 04 21 8 7 6 27:20 +7 31
10. (11.) 1. FC Köln 21 8 4 9 24:29 -5 28
11. (10.) SV Werder Bremen 21 7 6 8 42:34 +8 27
12. (13.) Eintracht Frankfurt 21 6 5 10 27:35 -8 23
13. (12.) Hannover 96 21 5 6 10 27:41 -14 21
14. (16.) FC Energie Cottbus 21 5 5 11 18:34 -16 20
15. (14.) Arminia Bielefeld 21 3 10 8 19:32 -13 19
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16. (15.) VfL Bochum 21 3 9 9 24:34 -10 18
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17. (17.) Karlsruher SC 21 5 2 14 18:37 -19 17
18. (18.) Borussia M'gladbach 21 4 4 13 23:41 -18 16

Die Spiele der Bundesliga 2008/2009 am 22. Spieltag
Fr 27.02. 20:30 1. FC Köln - Arminia Bielefeld --
Sa 28.02. 15:30 Eintracht Frankfurt - FC Schalke 04 --
Sa 28.02. 15:30 Hannover 96 - Bayer Leverkusen --
Sa 28.02. 15:30 VfL Bochum - FC Energie Cottbus --
Sa 28.02. 15:30 Hertha BSC Berlin - Borussia M'gladbach --
Sa 28.02. 15:30 Borussia Dortmund - 1899 Hoffenheim --
So 01.03. 17:00 SV Werder Bremen - FC Bayern München --
So 01.03. 17:00 Hamburger SV - VfL Wolfsburg --
So 01.03. 17:00 Karlsruher SC - VfB Stuttgart --
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Wed Mar 04, 2009 9:07 pm

1. FC Köln - Arminia Bielefeld 1:1
Katongo crowns his equaliser with a
spectacular fourfold flic-flac.

Eintracht Frankfurt - FC Schalke 04 1:2
Eintracht equalised late, everthing looked like a drawn but
Wetsermann turned the match.

Hannover 96 - Bayer Leverkusen 1:0
Leverkusen again disappointing.

VfL Bochum - Energie Cottbus 3:2
Cottbus lead two times, Bochum made the equaliser
and took the lead with a ridiculous penalty.

Hertha BSC - Borussia M'gladbach 2:1
Hertha still on top, passionate fighting BMGler unlucky.

Borussia Dortmund - 1899 Hoffenheim 0:0
Good match, two send-offs, but no goals.

Werder Bremen - Bayern München 0:0
Bayern superior but missed lost of chances.

Hamburger SV - VfL Wolfsburg 1:3
Hamburger got cold feet, Wolfsburger now in race for the title, too.

Karlsruher SC - VfB Stuttgart 0:2
The derby of hate begun 15 minutes later, KSC "fans" attacked the VfB-Bus.
Lots of "fans" were arrested.
Karlsruher with a good start but VfB became better and better and won this match.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Thu Mar 05, 2009 9:01 am

The Bundesliga is really interesting nearly every season. I like watching the highlights and wish they showed it here on ESPN or something but unfortunately no.... nice to see VfB get a win in the derby match! Very Happy


Are the Stuttgart - Karlsruhe match ups called the 'Ruhr' Derby??
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Thu Mar 05, 2009 10:12 pm

Bobbi wrote:
The Bundesliga is really interesting nearly every season. I like watching the highlights and wish they showed it here on ESPN or something but unfortunately no.... nice to see VfB get a win in the derby match! Very Happy


Are the Stuttgart - Karlsruhe match ups called the 'Ruhr' Derby??

Well, the Ruhrderby/Ruhrpottderby Schalke vs. Dormund is a match whole Germany
looks forward.
Theres a strong rivalry between both clubs and their fans but it mostly more about
teasing and taunting than violence as many work for example together in an office etc.

The "Baden-Württemberg-Derby" or "Südwest-Derby" is about origin, as Badener and
Schwaben cannot stand each other (both were forced into one federal state after WWII, not really appreciated),
it´s really a violent atmosphere during the match.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Fri Mar 06, 2009 1:05 am

DFB Pokal

Tue 20:30 1. FSV Mainz 05 - FC Schalke 04 1:0 (0:0) Suspect The drama continues for Die Kanppen.
Wed 19:00 VfL Wolfsburg - SV Werder Bremen 2:5 (2:2) Wer?Da Brennen's only hope to play in Europe next season is to win this Cup.
Wed 19:00 Hamburger SV - SV Wehen Wiesbaden 2:1 (2:0) HSV still surving at all competition.
Wed 20:30 Bayer Leverkusen - FC Bayern München 4:2 (0:0) Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Thu Mar 12, 2009 3:50 pm

FC Schalke 04 - 1. FC Köln 1:0
Not a good match but at least a win for 04.

1899 Hoffenheim - Werder Bremen 0:0
Sanogo hit the post 3 times and Pizarro missed good opp.

Borussia M'gladbach - Hamburger SV 4:1
Hamburg totally disappointing.

Bayern München - Hannover 96 5:1
After a quick lead for 96 Bayern took the gloves off and
turned the match easily.

Energie Cottbus - Hertha BSC 1:3
Amazing show by Voronin who made all three goals for Hertha.


VfL Wolfsburg - Karlsruher SC 1:0
Wolfsburg not superior, three lucky points imo.

VfB Stuttgart - Borussia Dortmund 2:1
Good match, Stuttgart missed chances, Dortmund
too harmless.

Arminia Bielefeld - Eintracht Frankfurt 0:0
*yawn*

Bayer Leverkusen - VfL Bochum 1:1
Goalie Fernandes saves one point for Bochum.
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:44 pm

VfL Wolfsburg - FC Schalke 04 Friday

VfL Bochum - Bayern München Saturday
Hertha BSC - Bayer Leverkusen
Hannover 96 -Borussia Dortmund
Karlsruher SC - Arminia Bielefeld

1. FC Köln - Borussia M'gladbach
*do not miss this match*
"Das rheinische Derby" promises to be a hot one.
Last year cologne fans stole the banner of the UltrasBMG,
painted a replica (because the police would seize the original)
showed it in the stadion amd destroyed it. The away match, Gladbacher
fired signal flares at Cologne Fans. Despite these incidents there´s always
been a biiiig rivalry between both clubs.

Eintracht Frankfurt - 1899 Hoffenheim

Werder Bremen - VfB Stuttgart Sunday
Hamburger SV - Energie Cottbus
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Mar 16, 2009 4:35 pm

VfL Wolfsburg - FC Schalke 04 4:3
Great match (maybe not for certain 04 fans in here), the Grafite show continues.

VfL Bochum - Bayern München 0:3
Bayern as usual.

Hertha BSC - Bayer Leverkusen 1:0
One step closer to championship?

Hannover 96 - Borussia Dortmund 4:4
Great match too, but Dortmunder should have won this one.

Karlsruher SC - Arminia Bielefeld 0:1
Shitty match, no chances for Arminia but somehow they did it.

1. FC Köln - Borussia M'gladbach 2:4
It was the hot derby a expected, including the usual riots.

Eintracht Frankfurt - 1899 Hoffenheim 1:1
Hoffenheimer far away from their shape of last year.

Werder Bremen - VfB Stuttgart 4:0
Stuttgarter helpless against effective Bremer.

Hamburger SV - Energie Cottbus 2:0
Not a good match, hard-earned victory for Hamburg
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Mar 16, 2009 5:32 pm

saw some of the bayern game, philip lahm is a very good player
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Mar 16, 2009 6:02 pm

Yes, indeed. He is one of the best fullbacks.

I wonder how he would do if he would be with a Club like Chelsea, ManU, Arsenal,Barca,Real,.......
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PostSubject: Re: Deutschland - Bundesliga   Mon Mar 16, 2009 6:09 pm

This year The Bundesliga is very interesting sunny
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