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Old 18-11-2005, 12:26   #61
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besiktas new coach jean tigana :yuk: don't want ailton!so ailton will probably join cologne according to eurosport!
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besiktas new coach jean tigana :yuk: don't want ailton!so ailton will probably join cologne according to eurosport!

... or Dortmund
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I don't beleive he'll go to Dortmund, Aílton onlly wants to earn money which isn't possible anymore in Dortmund. Cologne will maybe sell Podolski to Bayern in the winter transfer period so they'll have the money to pay him.
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Matchday 13: Preview

Saturday:

Köln - Schalke:
Köln: 33 Wessels - 20 Sinkiewicz, 22 Schlicke, 27 Alpay - 30 Lell, 25 Matip, 36 Y. Mokhtari, 3 Rahn - 7 A. Streit, 24 Lurling - 10 Podolski
S04: 13 Heimeroth - 18 Rafinha, 5 Bordon, 20 Krstajic, 3 Kobiashvili - 2 Poulsen, 8 F. Ernst - 10 Lincoln - 6 Hamit Altintop, 22 Kuranyi, 9 Larsen

Gladbach - Leverkusen:
BMG: 26 Keller - 18 Fukal, 13 Zé Antonio, 7 Strasser, 5 Jansen - 16 Thijs - 14 El Fakiri, 29 Broich, 24 Kluge - 15 Kahe, 27 Neuville
B04: 1 Butt - 17 C. Fritz, 4 Juan, 3 Roque Junior, 27 Castro - 7 Barnetta, 6 Rolfes, 25 B. Schneider, 8 Krzynowek - 9 Berbatov, 12 Voronin
B04: 1 Butt - 17 C. Fritz, 4 Juan, 3 Roque Junior, 27 Castro - 7 Barnetta, 6 Rolfes, 25 B. Schneider, 8 Krzynowek - 9 Berbatov, 12 Voronin

Dortmund - Hertha:
BVB: 1 Weidenfeller - 6 Kringe, 5 Kehl, 21 C. Metzelder, 17 Dede - 10 Rosicky, 22 Kruska, 25 N. Sahin - 11 Odonkor, 14 Smolarek, 7 Buckley
Hertha: 12 Fiedler - 3 A. Friedrich, 4 van Burik, 14 Simunic, 29 Fathi - 8 Dardai - 7 Bastürk, 10 Marcelinho, 22 O. Schröder - 9 Pantelic, 24 Rafael


Lautern - Nürnberg
FCK: 21 T. Ernst - 5 Hertzsch, 32 Mettomo, 16 Pletsch - 23 T. Riedl, 10 Zandi, 7 Skela, 20 Engelhardt, 33 Blank - 19 Halil Altintop, 18 Sanogo
FCN: 1 R. Schäfer - 5 A. Wolf, 7 Nikl, 20 Bosacki, 25 Pinola - 8 Polak, 13 Cantaluppi, 10 Banovic, 17 L. Müller - 21 Schroth, 27 Kießling

Bremen - Wolfsburg:
SVW: 1 Reinke - 15 Owomoyela, 16 L. Andreasen, 4 Naldo, 27 C. Schulz - 6 Baumann - 22 Frings, 24 Borowski - 10 Micoud - 11 Klose, 9 Valdez
VfL: 1 Jentzsch - 32 Lamprecht, 33 Franz, 18 Quiroga, 22 Neziri - 6 Thiam - 31 Sarpei, 17 Tskitishvili - 36 Menseguez - 11 Hanke, 9 Klimowicz

Mainz - Frankfurt:
FSV: 1 Wache - 5 Demirtas, 10 M. Friedrich, 4 Noveski, 24 Weigelt - 8 F. Gerber, 13 Pekovic, 25 da Silva - 27 Thurk, 11 Ruman - 7 Auer
FRA: 1 Nikolov - 2 P. Ochs, 33 Rehmer, 5 Vasoski, 16 Spycher - 29 Chris, 13 Jones, 14 A. Meier, 7 Köhler - 20 Copado, 18 Amanatidis

Bielefeld - Bayern:
ARM: 1 Hain - 19 Korzynietz, 16 Westermann, 3 Borges, 2 Schuler - 14 Küntzel, 13 Fink, 6 Dammeier, 10 Vata - 22 Zuma, 9 Boakye
FCB: 1 Kahn - 2 Sagnol, 3 Lucio, 25 Ismael, 31 Schweinsteiger - 6 Demichelis - 26 Deisler, 11 Zé Roberto - 8 Karimi - 10 Makaay, 14 Pizarro


Sunday:

Hamburg - Duisburg:
HSV: 1 Wächter - 7 Mahdavikia, 21 Boulahrouz, 5 van Buyten, 3 Atouba - 6 Wicky - 14 Jarolim, 22 Beinlich - 10 van der Vaart - 11 Lauth, 10 Barbarez
MSV: 1 G. Koch - 4 Möhrle, 3 Baelum, 5 Biliskov - 29 Willi, 2 Tjikuzu, 27 Anfang, 17 A. Meyer - 20 Grlic - 18 Kurth, 15 Ahanfouf -

Stuttgart - Hannover:
VfB: 1 Hildebrand - 2 Hinkel, 6 Fernando Meira, 17 Delpierre, 21 Magnin - 20 Soldo - 13 Tiffert, 40 Gentner, 11 Hitzlsperger - 10 Tomasson, 38 Ljuboja
H96: 1 Enke - 6 Cherundolo, 29 Mertesacker, 3 Zuraw, 18 Tarnat - 14 Balitsch, 23 Yankov, 5 Dabrowski - 7 Delura, 13 Brdaric, 24 Stajner
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werder beat wolfsburg 6-1
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bayern won in the last 8 minutes!thanks to pizzaro twice!makaay didn't score
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shalke04 drew again!i think they are out of the title race!
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a player from mayence scored a hat trick(2 o.g in 6 minutes and 1 in the right net )
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dortmund won 2-0 with a twice for their polish striker smolarek.
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nurmberg finaly won!!!!
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leverkusen are disappointing this season!
today,they drew 1-1 against monchengladbach( )


bayern is the champion
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Matchday 13: Review

Results:

Köln - Schalke 2-2 (Benschneider '47, Epstein '57 - Kuranyi '23, Sand '86)
M'Gladbach - Leverkusen 1-1 (Polanski '15, Rolfes'5)
Dortmund - Hertha 2-0 (Smolarek '39 '45)
Lautern - Nürnberg 1-3 (Blank '18 - Banovic '17, L. Müller '78, Saenko '81)
Bremen - Wolfsburg 6-1 (Baumann '5, Borowski '43 '52, Klose '59 '84, Naldo '72 - Klimowicz '57)
Mainz - Frankfurt 2-2 (Noveski '3 (og) '6 (og) '71, Ruman '90)
Bielefeld - Bayern 1-2 (Boakye '60 - Pizarro '82 '92)

Table:

1....Bayern Munich (34 pts)
2....Werder Bremen (29)
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3....Hamburger SV (28)
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4....Schalke 04 (22)
5....Hertha BSC (21)
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6....Gladbach (20)
7....Dortmund (18)
8....Stuttgart (17)
9....Leverkusen (17)
10..Wolfsburg (17)
11..Bielefeld (15)
12..Frankfurt (14)
13..Hannover (13)
14..Mainz (12)
15..Köln (11)
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16..Nürnberg (9)
17..Duisburg (9)
18..K'Lautern (9)



Scorers:

Klose (14 goals, Bremen)
Smolarek (11, BVB)
Halil Altintop (10, Lautern)
Klasnic (8, Bremen)
Klimowicz (7, Wolfsburg)
Makaay (7, Bayern)
Borowski (6, Bremen)
Tomassom (6, Stuttgart)
Brdaric (6, Hannover)
Marcelinho (6, Hertha)
van der Vaart (6, Hamburg)
Ballack (5, Bayern)
Berbatov (5, Leverkusen)
Kießling (5, Nürnberg)
Kuranyi (5, Schalke)
Larsen (5, Schalke)
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Kaiserslautern's coach Michael Henke was sacked immediatly after the match.
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Kaiserslautern's coach Michael Henke was sacked immediatly after the match.

The president Rene C. Jäggi too!
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Old 20-11-2005, 20:22   #69
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Sunday matches:

Hamburg - Duisburg 2-0 (Barbarez '39, Lauth '45)
Stuttgart - Hannover 2-2 (Tomasson '11 '68 - Hashemian '58, Yankov '69)
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wolfang rolf is the new kaisestlautern coach!
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Old 22-11-2005, 01:10   #71
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I forgot to mention the farewell match to one of Borussia Dortmund's legends last week... Julio Cesar

Borussia's CL winner team from 1997 (Stefan Klos, Teddy de Beer, Jürgen Kohler, Jörg Heinrich, Stefan Reuter, Matthias Sammer, Steffen Freund, Günter Kutowski, Paul Lambert, Andreas Möller, Knut Reinhardt, Lars Ricken, Karl-Heins Riedle, Paulo Sousa, Michael Zorc, Flemming Povlsen, Stephane Chapuisat and Heiko Herrlich)

played against

Julio's Friends that was composed of Dunga, Jorginho, Roger Milla, Aldair, Ailton, Elber, Del Piero, our former Depor player Bebeto etc.


It must have been quite an atmosphere with 40,000 people attending the match in the Westfalenstadion. The only disappointing thing was the action of greedy Diego Maradona who demanded 20 minutes before the take-off of his plane from Buenos Aires to Frankfurt another 200,000 Euro (!).

Obrigado e adeos Julio!
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Matchday 14: Preview

Saturday:

Leverkusen - Hamburg:
B04: 1 Butt - 17 C. Fritz, 4 Juan, 3 Roque Junior, 27 Castro - 7 Barnetta, 6 Rolfes, 25 B. Schneider, 8 Krzynowek - 9 Berbatov, 12 Voronin
HSV: 12 Kirschstein - 20 Demel, 21 Boulahrouz, 5 van Buyten, 3 Atouba - 6 Wicky, 22 Beinlich, 14 Jarolim, 23 van der Vaart - 10 Barbarez, 11 Lauth

MSV Duisburg - 1. FC Köln:
MSV: 1 G. Koch - 4 Möhrle, 3 Baelum, 5 Biliskov - 29 Willi, 2 Tjikuzu, 27 Anfang, 7 Bugera - 30 Lottner - 18 Kurth, 15 Ahanfouf
1. FC: 33 Wessels - 20 Sinkiewicz, 22 Schlicke, 27 Alpay, 4 Benschneider - 21 Schindzielorz, 25 Matip - 7 A. Streit, 10 Podolski, 39 Epstein - 19 Szabics

Schalke 04 - Werder Bremen:
S04: 1 F. Rost - 18 Rafinha, 5 Bordon, 16 Rodriguez, 20 Krstajic - 8 F. Ernst, 6 Hamit Altintop - 10 Lincoln - 19 Varela, 22 Kuranyi, 3 Kobiashvili
Werder: 1 Reinke - 15 Owomoyela, 16 L. Andreasen, 4 Naldo, 27 C. Schulz - 6 Baumann - 22 Frings, 24 Borowski - 10 Micoud - 14 Hunt, 9 Valdez

VfL Wolfsburg - Bielefeld:
VfL: 1 Jentzsch - 31 Sarpei, 33 Franz, 18 Quiroga, 3 van der Heyden - 6 Thiam - 27 Karhan, 17 Tskitishvili - 36 Menseguez - 11 Hanke, 9 Klimowicz
Bielefeld: 1 Hain - 19 Korzynietz, 16 Westermann, 3 Borges, 2 Schuler - 10 Vata, 13 Fink, 6 Dammeier, 14 Küntzel - 22 Zuma, 9 Boakye

Nürnberg - Dortmund:
FCN: 1 R. Schäfer - 2 B. Lense, 13 Cantaluppi, 7 Nikl, 17 L. Müller - 6 S. Müller, 36 Mnari, 10 Banovic - 27 Kießling, 21 Schroth, 9 Daun
BVB: 1 Weidenfeller - 6 Kringe, 4 Wörns, 5 Kehl, 17 Dede - 10 Rosicky, 22 Kruska, 25 N. Sahin - 11 Odonkor, 14 Smolarek, 7 Buckley

FC Bayern - Mainz 05:
FCB: 1 Kahn - 2 Sagnol, 3 Lucio, 25 Ismael, 69 Lizarazu - 6 Demichelis - 26 Deisler, 11 Zé Roberto - 8 Karimi - 10 Makaay, 14 Pizarro
FSV: 1 Wache - 5 Demirtas, 10 M. Friedrich, 4 Noveski, 17 Rose - 8 F. Gerber, 13 Pekovic, 25 da Silva - 27 Thurk, 11 Ruman - 7 Auer

Hannover 96 - Kaiserslautern:
96: 1 Enke - 6 Cherundolo, 29 Mertesacker, 3 Zuraw, 18 Tarnat - 14 Balitsch, 8 Lala, 5 Dabrowski - 7 Delura, 16 Hashemian, 13 Brdaric
FCK: 21 T. Ernst - 5 Hertzsch, 32 Mettomo, 16 Pletsch - 23 T. Riedl, 10 Zandi, 7 Skela, 20 Engelhardt, 33 Blank - 19 Halil Altintop, 18 Sanogo

Sunday:
Hertha BSC - Bor. Mönchengladbach
Eintracht Frankfurt - VfB Stuttgart
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Matchday 15

Mönchengladbach - Nürnberg 0-1 (Nikl '62)
Bor. Dortmund - Hannover 96 0-2 (Cherundolo '17, Dabrowski '86)
Hamburger SV - 1. FC Köln 3-1 (Atouba '43, Lauth '54, Barbarez '73 - Schlicke '58)
Werder Bremen - MSV Duisburg 2-0 (Valdez '64, Borowski '72)
VfB Stuttgart - Bayern Munich 0-0
Bielefeld - Schalke 04 0-1 (Poulsen '51)

Sunday:
Leverkusen - Hertha
Mainz - Wolfsburg
Delayed:
K'Lautern - Frankfurt


Table:

1....Bayern Munich (38 pts)
2....Hamburger SV (34)
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3....Werder Bremen (32)
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4....Schalke 04 (28)
5....Hertha BSC (22)
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6....Gladbach (21)
7....Dortmund (21)
8....Stuttgart (19)
9....Hannover (19)
10..Wolfsburg (18)
11..Leverkusen (17)
12..Bielefeld (16)
13..Frankfurt (15)
14..Mainz (12)
15..Nürnberg (12)
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16..Köln (11)
17..Duisburg (9)
18..K'Lautern (9)


Scorers:

Klose (14, Bremen)
Smolarek (11, BVB)
Halil Altintop (10, FCK)
Klasnic (8, Bremen)
Brdaric (8, Hannover)
Borowski (7, Bremen)
Diego F. Klimowicz (7, Wolfsburg)
Kuranyi (7, Schalke)
Makaay (7, Bayern)
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Hamburg player hit by drumstick from crowd
FRANKFURT, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Hamburg SV midfielder Alexander Laas was cut in the head after being hit by a drumstick thrown from the crowd in Saturday's 3-1 win over Cologne in the Bundesliga.
The drumstick was thrown from a section of the crowd occupied by Cologne fans while Hamburg were celebrating their second goal.
Laas, who was carried away for treatment by his captain Daniel van Buyten, was able to return to the pitch a few minutes later.
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Brazilian Elber to leave Moenchengladbach - reports
FRANKFURT, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Former Brazilian international striker Giovane Elber is to leave Borussia Moenchengladbach, German media reported on Saturday.
According to the reports, Gladbach will announce the split after Saturday's Bundesliga match at home to Nuremberg.
Earlier this week, Elber was fined 10,000 euros ($11,700) and warned about his future conduct after criticising coach Horst Koeppel in a newspaper interview.
The 33-year-old Elber, formerly of Bayern Munich and VfB Stuttgart, is the highest scoring foreign player in the history of the Bundesliga with 133 goals.
He joined Gladbach from Olympique Lyon on a free transfer in January 2005 but was dogged by injury problems.
This term, he has made just four brief substitute appearances in the Bundesliga without scoring.
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