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Old 04-11-2009, 23:16   #31
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I also like Union Berlin, I've always been recognizing them as a legendary German team. Other ones I miss are Dynamo Dresden and Dynamo Berlin.

btw. Morten, have I missed sth? You moved to Germany?
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Dynamo Berlin? No way. Maybe Loko Leipzig, Michal. Dresden has/had a massive support base even in the Regionalliga...
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I also like Union Berlin, I've always been recognizing them as a legendary German team. Other ones I miss are Dynamo Dresden and Dynamo Berlin.

btw. Morten, have I missed sth? You moved to Germany?

Always had a soft spot for Carl Zeiss Jena and Magdeburg myself
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Old 05-11-2009, 20:46   #34
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i can see ribery going to real in winter, or not?
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Old 05-11-2009, 21:00   #35
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Dynamo Berlin? No way. Maybe Loko Leipzig, Michal. Dresden has/had a massive support base even in the Regionalliga...

I think you might be thinking of Chemie Leipzig, Dephun. Loko Leipzig and Dynamo Berlin both had a reputation of being 'Stasi-clubs', supported by the DDR ministry of state security. And both clubs were fiercely against the 'opposition-clubs' Chemie and Union Berlin respectively...
(who said sports and politics don't mix? )

Michal:Yeah, I've moved to Germany, but unfortunately only for half a year...

ggeorge: I know, and I've meant to write in that very good and interesting thread someone opened..
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Always had a soft spot for Carl Zeiss Jena and Magdeburg myself

HAHA! I've always had a soft spot for Carl Zeis Jena too but for no particular reason other than I liked the name. I also had a soft spot for Dukla Prague in Czech Rep but don't even know if they still exist.
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HAHA! I've always had a soft spot for Carl Zeis Jena too but for no particular reason other than I liked the name. I also had a soft spot for Dukla Prague in Czech Rep but don't even know if they still exist.

They do exist, but a forum member in the area may throw better light on the subject. I think they merged with a team in Pribram and later called themselves FK Marila Pribram. Two or three years ago, Dukla Prague was reformed and working there way up the leagues.

The club always reminded of the Half Man Half Biscuit song lolol
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The club always reminded of the Half Man Half Biscuit song lolol

I've never heard about this one, but checking this atm, wow, what a great title!

"All i want for Xmas is a Dukla Prague away kit"!!! hahaha!! amazing!!!

(reminds me, that a football as connected to music, thread, sometime needs to be created lol)
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Talking about big teams I would also like to see Kaiserslautern coming back to Bundesliga.

btw. aren't there any fans of legendary Tasmania Berlin?
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Dukla Prague is becoming big on our forum
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I think you might be thinking of Chemie Leipzig, Dephun. Loko Leipzig and Dynamo Berlin both had a reputation of being 'Stasi-clubs', supported by the DDR ministry of state security. And both clubs were fiercely against the 'opposition-clubs' Chemie and Union Berlin respectively...
(who said sports and politics don't mix? )

Well, as per for me, I have and had no problems with Loko Leipzig. The way, Dynamo Berlin worked, is a little hard even for me.
It is strange a little, that Union-fans, who were so much against Dynamo, and the system itself, are now one of the most leftish side in Germany.

Dukla Praha = Dynamo B. in the Czechs, now they are relegation candidates in the segunda.
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Bosnians dominated Bosnian derby in Bundesliga

Hoffenheim 1-2 Wolfsburg

Ibisevic was the scorer for Hoffenheim, Misimovic for Wolfsburg. They are all on fire before the key matches in play-off!
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Misimovic for Wolfsburg.

Nice kind of celebration he's performing lately
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Nice kind of celebration he's performing lately

Yeah, LeBron James inspired him.

And he is also expecting second child to be born in December.
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Robert Enke, goalkepper from Hannover 96 and the german national team died today (10.11.2009).

RIP Robert Enke!

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