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PostPosted: Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow fantastic write up Backspace. Sounds like a good game. I expect Dortmund to get the three points at home. I never realize their stadium fit so many people before.

I'll try my best to at least record this game, I want to see how Timmy Chandler does against a quality opponent. Question, how does Nurnberg play? Are they an attacking side or are they more of an defensive team?
Barrios will be a big loss for Dortmund, I here they are missing him quite a bit.
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Wasn't Hannover supposed to be worse this year? Still can't understand how the beat Sevilla in the Europa League today.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 18, 2011 11:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Wasn't Hannover supposed to be worse this year? Still can't understand how the beat Sevilla in the Europa League today.
Well they finished fourth last season, same as Sevilla. Sevilla is probably the more talented squad but Hannover isn't a poor team by any stretch.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 12:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LeeEvans wrote:
SUfbondarebound wrote:
Wasn't Hannover supposed to be worse this year? Still can't understand how the beat Sevilla in the Europa League today.
Well they finished fourth last season, same as Sevilla. Sevilla is probably the more talented squad but Hannover isn't a poor team by any stretch.


Oh I know. The general consensus last year was that Hannover played over their head a little though. Sevilla's pretty consistently a top 5 team in La Liga. And they are the better team on paper.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 12:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah Sevilla is definitely the better team but Hannover was playing at home and it was a close game. Sevilla still has the return leg back in Seville so it should be interesting.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 6:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LeeEvans wrote:
Wow fantastic write up Backspace. Sounds like a good game. I expect Dortmund to get the three points at home. I never realize their stadium fit so many people before.

I'll try my best to at least record this game, I want to see how Timmy Chandler does against a quality opponent. Question, how does Nurnberg play? Are they an attacking side or are they more of an defensive team?
Barrios will be a big loss for Dortmund, I here they are missing him quite a bit.


Yeah, nice one Backspace. I was shocked by how big Dortmund's stadium was, its huge. Should be a good game, I might take a peek at it because I really want to see some more of Gotze.
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kempus wrote:
LeeEvans wrote:
Wow fantastic write up Backspace. Sounds like a good game. I expect Dortmund to get the three points at home. I never realize their stadium fit so many people before.

I'll try my best to at least record this game, I want to see how Timmy Chandler does against a quality opponent. Question, how does Nurnberg play? Are they an attacking side or are they more of an defensive team?
Barrios will be a big loss for Dortmund, I here they are missing him quite a bit.


Yeah, nice one Backspace. I was shocked by how big Dortmund's stadium was, its huge. Should be a good game, I might take a peek at it because I really want to see some more of Gotze.


I would kill to go to a league match at the Westfalenstadion and stand in the 25k standing area! It just looks mental!
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LeeEvans wrote:
Question, how does Nurnberg play? Are they an attacking side or are they more of an defensive team?

Attacking, usually, doing it in Dortmund though will be a challenge.
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Wasn't Hannover supposed to be worse this year? Still can't understand how the beat Sevilla in the Europa League today.

I've been waiting 12 months for Hannover to snap out of it and return to the mid/lower table that the names in their squad sheet might suggest would be a more appropriate position. Credit to them though, they just keep finding results.



Kjr is playing right now and just slipped up, handing Gladbach a goal, 1-1, awful...
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 2:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Watching that right now. Started the stream at 17'... Missed the first two goals by 5 mins. Evil or Very Mad

Is Kjaer is going to Roma or was that just a bad goal.com rumour.
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Hopefully he stays, way too much entertainment out the door if he goes.
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I really want to know how Kjaer became so bad so quick. Did he get injured or anything last year? He did well at Palermo and was linked to a lot of big clubs. He was impressive at the World Cup in the two games he played. And then got horrendous reviews from everyone last year. I even saw January transfer rumors for him because he was so bad the first half of the season.

What type of style does Wolfsburg play defensively?
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Lol the German club scene Laughing
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Let's go Maza! Let's go Stuttgart!
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dhunt2402 wrote:
Lol the German club scene Laughing


Made me chuckle too.

The German club scene is quite an interesting one for anyone who has been there Wink
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dhunt2402 wrote:
Lol the German club scene Laughing

Wink

I thought it was quite humorous.
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