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aldo 30-10-2005 20:38

Matchday 11: Results (Updated)

1. FC Köln - FC Bayern 1-2 (Scherz '28 - Lucio '54, Ballack '74)
Duisburg - Wolfsburg 1-0 (Bugera '57)
Dortmund - Gladbach 2-1 (Kehl '22, Smolarek '91 - Neuville '93)
Hamburg - Schalke 1-0 (Mahdavikia '19)
Kaiserslautern - Leverkusen 2-2 (Engelhardt '32, Göktan '90 - Barnetta '39, Voronin '71)
Bremen - Frankfurt 4-1 (Frings '29, Borowski '52 '90, Klose '61 - Amanatidis '19)
Stuttgart - Hertha 3-3 (Ljuboja '52, Cacau '66, Mario Gomez '84 - Cairo '8, Rafael '67, Marcelinho '76)
Mainz - Nürnberg 4-1 (Paulus (OG) '9, Auer '11, Da Silva '45, Thurk '52 - Kießling '13
Bielefeld - Hannover 4-1 (Fink '1, Zuma '53, Boakye '69 '84 - Mertesacker '55)

The table:


1. Bayern Munich (28 pts)
2. Werder Bremen (26)
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3. Hamburger SV (24)
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4. Schalke 04 (18)
5. M'Gladbach (18)
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6. Hertha BSC (18)
7. VfL Wolfsburg (16)
8. Bor. Dortmund (15)
9. Arm. Bielefeld (15)
10. VfB Stuttgart (13)
11. Leverkusen (13)
13. Mainz (10)
14. Frankfurt (10)
15. 1. FC Köln (9)
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16. MSV Duisburg (9)
17. Kaiserslautern (9)
18. 1. FC Nürnberg (6)


Scorers:

Klose (11, Bremen)
Halil Altintop (10, K'Lautern)
Smolarek (9, Dortmund)
Klasnic (8, Bremen)
Makaay (6, Bayern)
Van der Vaart (6, Hamburg)

aldo 30-10-2005 20:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Diligent
Can anbody tell me how Lauth is doing at SV Hamburg. I follow 1860 Munich, I beleive he left when they got relegated.

He was injured for a very long time, now he's back since the beginning of the season but is mostly used just for a few minutes. When he was a starter for a few matches he didn't do well at all.

aldo 31-10-2005 21:27

Nürnberg's coach Wolf sacked

After the disastrous performance in the 4-1 loss to Mainz Nürnberg's chairman Michael A. Roth has decided to sack coach Wolfgang Wolf. "After the disastrous loss at Mainz we discussed for a long time and didn't see any other option anymore.", he said. "Der Club" signed him in April 2003, he led them from the 2nd division to the first inthat time. But in this season his team only occupies the last spot, with only 6 points after 11 matches.
Wolfgang Wolf is the second coach being sacked this season, a possible successor could be Lothar Matthäus. " That's an option of course. He was raised only 15 kilometres away from here", sais Roth.

zOrg 01-11-2005 06:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by aldoduscher
Nürnberg's coach Wolf sacked
Wolfgang Wolf is the first coach being sacked this season,...


He is the seconde or ?
Klaus Augenthaler was the first.

aldo 01-11-2005 11:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by zOrg
Quote:

Originally Posted by aldoduscher
Nürnberg's coach Wolf sacked
Wolfgang Wolf is the first coach being sacked this season,...


He is the seconde or ?
Klaus Augenthaler was the first.

You're right, I'll fix it.

secret 02-11-2005 11:50

Maybe Lothar Mattäus come as coach to Nurnberg!

aldo 04-11-2005 17:11

Matchday 12: Preview

Expected Lineups:

Saturday:

Leverkusen - Dortmund:
B 04: 1 Butt - 17 C. Fritz, 4 Juan, 3 Roque Junior, 19 Babic - 25 B. Schneider, 7 Barnetta, 6 Rolfes, 13 Athirson - 9 Berbatov, 12 Voronin
BVB: 1 Weidenfeller - 6 Kringe, 4 Wörns, 3 Brzenska, 17 Dede - 10 Rosicky, 5 Kehl, 25 N. Sahin - 11 Odonkor, 14 Smolarek, 7 Buckley

Schalke - Duisburg:

Schalke: 1 F. Rost - 18 Rafinha, 5 Bordon, 16 Rodriguez, 3 Kobiashvili - 8 F. Ernst - 6 Hamit Altintop, 25 Bajramovic - 10 Lincoln - 22 Kuranyi, 9 Larsen
Duisburg:1 G. Koch - 4 Möhrle, 3 Baelum, 5 Biliskov - 2 Tjikuzu, 27 Anfang, 7 Bugera, 17 A. Meyer - 30 Lottner - 18 Kurth, 15 Ahanfouf

Hertha BSC - Kaiserslautern:
Hertha: 12 Fiedler - 3 A. Friedrich, 4 van Burik, 17 Madlung, 29 Fathi - 8 Dardai - 11 Cairo, 32 T. Marx, 22 O. Schröder - 10 Marcelinho - 9 Pantelic
Lautern: 21 T. Ernst - 2 Lembi, 15 Pletsch, 34 Schönheim, 33 Blank - 23 T. Riedl, 6 Nerlinger, 7 Skela, 20 Engelhardt - 19 Halil Altintop, 18 Sanogo

VfL Wolfsburg - 1. FC Köln
VfL: 21 1 Jentzsch - 31 Sarpei, 18 Quiroga, 29 Hofland, 22 Neziri - 6 Thiam - 27 Karhan, 17 Tskitishvili - 36 Menseguez - 11 Hanke, 9 Klimowicz
Köln: 33 Wessels - 20 Sinkiewicz, 22 Schlicke, 27 Alpay - 30 Lell, 25 Matip, 3 Rahn - 7 A. Streit, 36 Y. Mokhtari, 10 Podolski - 8 Scherz

Bayern München - Werder Bremen

Bayern: 1 Kahn - 2 Sagnol, 3 Lucio, 25 Ismael, 31 Schweinsteiger - 6 Demichelis - 26 Deisler, 11 Ballack, 13 Zé Roberto - 10 Makaay, 14 Pizarro
Werder: 1 Reinke - 15 Owomoyela, 16 L. Andreasen, 4 Naldo, 27 C. Schulz - 6 Baumann - 22 Frings, 24 Borowski - 10 Micoud - 11 Klose, 17 Valdez

Frankfurt - Bielefeld:

Frankfurt: 1 Nikolov - 2 P. Ochs, 29 Chris, 5 Vasoski, 16 Spycher - 13 Jones, 30 Huggel, 14 A. Meier, 7 Köhler - 20 Copado, 18 Amanatidis
Bielefeld: 1 Hain - 19 Korzynietz, 16 Westermann, 3 Borges, 2 Schuler - 14 Küntzel, 13 Fink, 6 Dammeier, 11 D. Kobylik - 22 Zuma, 9 Boakye

Hannover 96 - FSV Mainz 05

96: 1 Enke - 6 Cherundolo, 29 Mertesacker, 3 Zuraw, 18 Tarnat - 5 Dabrowski, 8 Lala, 14 Balitsch - 24 Stajner, 13 Brdaric, 35 Halfar
Mainz: 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

Sunday:

Bor. Mönchengladbach - Hamburger SV

Borussia: 26 Keller - 20 Bögelund, 13 Zé Antonio, 7 Strasser, 5 Jansen - 16 Thijs - 14 El Fakiri, 8 Lisztes, 24 Kluge - 15 Kahe, 27 Neuville
Hamburg: 1 Wächter - 7 Mahdavikia, 21 Boulahrouz, 5 van Buyten, 3 Atouba - 16 Klingbeil - 14 Jarolim, 22 Beinlich - 15 Trochowski - 11 Lauth, 10 Barbarez

1. FC Nürnberg - VfB Stuttgart:

FCN: 1 R. Schäfer - 2 B. Lense, 7 Nikl, 5 A. Wolf, 25 Pinola - 8 Polak, 13 Cantaluppi - 6 S. Müller, 10 Banovic - 9 Daun, 27 Kießling
VfB: 1 Hildebrand - 2 Hinkel, 6 Fernando Meira, 17 Delpierre, 21 Magnin - 20 Soldo, 7 Meißner, 13 Tiffert, 22 Grönkjaer - 38 Ljuboja, 10 Tomasson

Kenya 04-11-2005 17:12

No d'Allessandro for Wolfsburg! Is he injured?

aldo 04-11-2005 17:16

Yes, but nothing serious I think.

secret 04-11-2005 17:35

Saturday is a great game i read!

Bayern vs Bremen

rajacasa 05-11-2005 15:28

mathaus said today he won't go to nuremberg!

rajacasa 05-11-2005 16:38

makaay finaly score after 1123 minutes without scoring!!!!! :happy:

hari 05-11-2005 17:28

yes... at last he has scored.... bremen had woke-up the sleeping giant... only god knows when he is gonnz stop scoring now.... ;) :rock: :rock:

Donato 05-11-2005 19:15

Makaay breaks goal drought as Bayern beat Bremen
(Adds quotes)
By Kevin Fylan
FRANKFURT, Nov 5 (Reuters) - Bayern Munich surged five points clear at the top of the Bundesliga with a 3-1 victory at home to closest rivals Werder Bremen on Saturday, helped by Roy Makaay's first goal since August 27.
Bremen took the lead inside a minute with a Miroslav Klose header but Bastian Schweinsteiger equalised soon afterwards and Claudio Pizarro put the champions ahead in the 34th minute.
Dutch international Makaay got the third just before the break, stroking in a Pizarro cross to end his long drought.
Bayern's victory gave them 31 points from 12 games, with Bremen staying second on 26.
Hamburg SV, in third place with 24 points, could trim Bayern's lead by a point if they win at Borussia Moenchengladbach on Sunday.
Schalke 04, runners-up to Bayern last season, won 3-0 at home to Duisburg to keep hold of fourth place with 21 points.
FRANTIC HALF
Bremen's early goal set the tone for a frantic first 45 minutes in Munich.
Tim Borowski got past Willy Sagnol down the left and, before Bayern knew what had hit them, Klose outjumped Schweinsteiger to become the first player to score against Bayern in a league match at their new Allianz Arena stadium.
However, Pizarro fired against a post within 60 seconds and the home side were level by the third minute when Schweinsteiger collected the ball 25 metres out and struck a shot that deflected off Torsten Frings and flew past Andreas Reinke.
"We were lucky we equalised so quickly," said Bayern coach Felix Magath.
Borowski struck the bar with a vicious shot for Bremen in the 16th minute and the chances kept coming for both sides.
Sebastian Deisler fired over from a good position for Bayern and moments later Oliver Kahn had to be alert to deflect a Frings cross out of the path of Nelson Valdez.
Bayern's second goal stemmed from a beautifully weighted pass from Schweinsteiger on the left. Ze Roberto was just quick enough to reach it ahead of Patrick Owomoyela and the Brazilian pulled the ball back for Pizarro to convert.
Pizarro turned provider for the third, racing clear of his marker on the right and crossing for Makaay, who stumbled slightly but still managed to connect well enough to send the ball flying past Reinke.
Makaay, dropped by Marco van Basten from the latest Dutch squad, celebrated with evident relief.
The second half offered less excitement as Bayern sat deeper and gave Bremen just a couple of chances from corners.
"It was a classic game, particularly in the first half," said Magath. "Like everyone in the stadium I was especially pleased with Roy's goal."

aldo 05-11-2005 21:37

Matchday 12

The results:

Leverkusen - Dortmund 2-1 (Juan '33, Kringe '86 OG - Ricken '69)
Schalke - Duisburg 3-0 (Kuranyi '13, Meyer '67 OG, Rodríguez '86)
Hertha - K'Lautern 3-0 (Marcelinho '7, Pantelic '48, Rafael '52)
Wolfsburg - Köln 1-1 (Diego F. Klimowicz '41 - Epstein '88)
Bayern - Bremen 3-1 (Schweinsteiger '3, Pizarro '34, Makaay '44 - Klose '1)
Frankfurt - Bielefeld 3-0 (Copado '35, Alex Meier '48 '54)
Hannover - Mainz 2-2 (Brdaric '86 (p), Tarnat '92 - Friedrich '31, Auer '65)
M'Gladbach - Hamburg 0-0
Nürnberg - Stuttgart 0-1 (Tiffert '10)

The table:

1. Bayern Munich (31 pts)
2. Werder Bremen (26)
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3. Hamburg (25)
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4. Schalke (21)
5. Hertha BSC (21)
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6. M'Gladbach (19)
7. Stuttgart (18)
9. Wolfsburg (17)
10. Dortmund (15)
11. Leverkusen (15)
12. Frankfurt (13)
13. Hannover (12)
14. Mainz (11)
15. Köln (10)
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16. Duisburg (9)
17. Kaiserslautern (9)
18. Nürnberg (6)


Top scorers:

Klose (12, Bremen)
Halil Altintop (10, Lautern)
Smolarek (9, Dortmund)
Klasnic (8, Bremen)
Makaay (7, Bayern)
Brdaric (6, Hannover)
Klimowicz (6, Wolfsburg)
Marcelinho (6, Hertha)
Van der Vaart (6, Hamburg)
Ballack (5, Bayern)
Berbatov (5, Bayer)
Kießling (5, Nürnberg)
Larsen (5, Schalke)
Neuville (5, Gladbach)


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