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20 Min 0:1 Schalke Farfan penalty, shame.

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15 minutes to go 2:3, Dortmund scored two goas in the last 5 minutes, while München leads by 2 goals to 0 in Cologne.

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What a match, Dortmund scored the third goal by a penalty at minute 89 ,after 2 players of Schalke were disqualified during the second half.
 


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Wow that must've been another pandemonium in Dortmund, Ulrich.   Good to see the Frei is healthy again.  Too bad he got hurt for Swiss over the summer but now he's healthy again, that definitely helps Dortmund to have a better season. 
 
Two men advantage or not, coming back from 3-0 to tie the game is a quite an achievement!  Do they have any Turks in the Dortmund squad?Big%20smile  How did Young Pyo Lee look?  Well, the defense couldn't have looked that good going down 3-0, huh?  But did he contribute in the 2nd half surge?     
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Lee looked good, but not to offend Ulrich, but the tie by Dortmund was more luck than anyhting. 
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Originally posted by ulrich von hutten ulrich von hutten wrote:

Today, dear King Kang, Dortmund hosts Schalke. A match of a great brisance.

Nearby, in Cologne, the FC Köln faces to Bayern München. The matches are already running and i'm sitting in my workroom, the fireside is on, a coffee nearby,listen to WDR 2 livestream. The world is so beautyful.

I will report later on.
 
 
Didn't see that post earlier.  Yes, the world is so beautyful, isn't it?  We had our first cold weather this week.  I guess it's been cold enough for a fireplace in Iceland for some weeks huh?  Or is it always?  I was dreading for the prospect of another winter but you just made me to look forward.  I'm not even a coffee drinker, it sounds good to me now.
 
Here are today's results
 
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  1. FC Köln  0 - 3  Bayern Munich
53'     0 - 1 Goal Luca Toni
60'     0 - 2 Goal Luca Toni
90'     0 - 3 Goal Lukas Podolski
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  Borussia Dortmund  3 - 3  Schalke 04
20'     0 - 1 Goal Jefferson Farfan (pen)
39'     0 - 2 Goal Rafinha
54'     0 - 3 Goal Heiko Westermann
67' Neven Subotic Goal 1 - 3    
71' Alexander Frei Goal 2 - 3    
73'       Red%20Card Christian Pander
76'       Red%20Card Fabian Ernst
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  Hamburg SV  3 - 2  Bayer Leverkusen
4'     0 - 1 Goal Tranquillo Barnetta
24'     0 - 2 Goal Patrick Helmes
36' José Paolo Guerrero Goal 1 - 2    
40'       Red%20Card Manuel Friedrich
51' Ivica Olic Goal 2 - 2    
72' Mladen Petric Goal 3 - 2    
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1'     0 - 1 Goal Ricardo Costa
57' Gojko Kacar Goal 1 - 1    
85' Cícero Goal 2 - 1    
89'     2 - 2 Goal Sascha Riether
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  Werder Bremen  3 - 0  Energie Cottbus
75' Diego Goal 1 - 0    
80' Torsten Frings Goal 2 - 0    
83' Boubacar Sanogo Goal 3 - 0    
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actually there were two local derbies today if you look at the match ups. other than Schalke - Dortmund also Stuttgart played vs Hoffenheim the Bundesliga newcomer. usually matches between Stuttgart and Karslruhe have been called as local derby but that wasn't really true because Karlsruhe was the capital of Baden and Stuttgart the capital of Württemberg. after ww2 both countries descided to amalgate but still that doesn't make it a derby. Hoffenheim on the other hand is in Württemberg too. i hope that Freiburg makes it into the 1. Bundesliga too next season, so Karlsruhe also has their local derby matchup and there would be for the first time(?) 4 teams from Baden-Württemberg in the Bundesliga.
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Originally posted by King Kang of Mu King Kang of Mu wrote:

Wow that must've been another pandemonium in Dortmund, Ulrich.   Good to see the Frei is healthy again.  Too bad he got hurt for Swiss over the summer but now he's healthy again, that definitely helps Dortmund to have a better season. 
 
Two men advantage or not, coming back from 3-0 to tie the game is a quite an achievement!  Do they have any Turks in the Dortmund squad?Big%20smile  How did Young Pyo Lee look?  Well, the defense couldn't have looked that good going down 3-0, huh?  But did he contribute in the 2nd half surge?     
 
Young was in the starting line-up and did a good, but more unobtrusive job. But Frei's comeback was like a thunderstorm that came over Schalke.

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I think the refree was also very helpfull to Borussia.
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OMG all Hail Bremen, and this happened just as the Oktoberfest is begining!!!!!!! ClapClapClapClapNuke
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and today Hoffenheim surprised by beating Dortmund and taking 2nd place in the Bundesliga, while 2 years before it wasn't even in 2. Bundesliga. Stuttgart also won vs Karlsruhe and takes the 3rd place and the newspapers et al again took the opportunity to piss em off and call it a derby. Freiburg also had a decisive win and took first place in 2. Bundesliga, so unless Karlsrueh fails me it seems next season we see 4 clubs from Baden-Württemberg in the 1. Bundesliga.

oh yeah and Gazprom 04 took lead in the 1. Bundesliga with an unimpressive match that amounted to a total defeat, the only goal was shot by Frankfurt themselves! LOL
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Originally posted by Temujin Temujin wrote:

and today Hoffenheim surprised by beating Dortmund and taking 2nd place in the Bundesliga, while 2 years before it wasn't even in 2. Bundesliga. Stuttgart also won vs Karlsruhe and takes the 3rd place and the newspapers et al again took the opportunity to piss em off and call it a derby. Freiburg also had a decisive win and took first place in 2. Bundesliga, so unless Karlsrueh fails me it seems next season we see 4 clubs from Baden-Württemberg in the 1. Bundesliga.

oh yeah and Gazprom 04 took lead in the 1. Bundesliga with an unimpressive match that amounted to a total defeat, the only goal was shot by Frankfurt themselves! LOL
 
A sad for a man, but a very evil day for mankind. Dortmund lost at the parvenus of Hoffenheim.

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Dortmund this time licks Stuttgart, and BTW i LOVE the new away colours because they are in the national colours of Württemberg, Black and Red. if anything Bayern immitates Stuttgart! LOL oh yeah bayern, they lost (again) to Hanover, which is actually suprizing. the start of this season is already ruined for them, Dortmund and particularly Hamburg can say quite the opposite for themselves. the best match yesterday was however by far Bremen vs Hoffenheims 5:4 that started as a 1:1, 4:1, 4:4, 5:4 and it was already 4:1 after half an hour! (it has been called match of the year and everyone who has the chance should watch it!) not to say, Hoffenheim, the youngest team in the BL actually could have scored more goals with a bit more luck, Bremen can actually be lucky to get away with 3 points! speaking of which, i have to correct myself, Hoffenheim is from Northern Baden and not Nortern Württemberg as i assumed... Embarrassed (but then it makes it easier for me to hate them LOL ) so unless the Stuttgarter Kickers or VfR Aalen ascend from the 3. Bundesliga, there won't be a derby for us Württemberger anytime soon. nevertheless, there were some ugly scenes between fans of Stuttgart and Karlsruhe hooligans that clashed with each others after the match (again). so even though it's not a real derby, some fans think different... Unhappy


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All teams of the Bundesliga were promoted to the next round at the UEFA-CUP. All teams, Schalke, Hamburg, Wolfsburg and Stuttgart but my beloved Borussia Dortmund not!
Dortmund was leading last night in Udine (Italy) after regular and extra time by 2 to 0, for the first match in Dortmund two weeks ago Dortmund lost by 0:2, a penalty shoot out had to find out the winner.
Two players of Dortmund missed the goal. Sadness is my only feelingCryCryCry

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nothing really spectacular this weekend, Stuttgart 3rd by beating Bremen, Hoffenheim 2nd, Bayern continues its downfall.... Stuttgart will meet Bayern in DFB Cup, that will also be interesting...
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Europe has to prepare. After 11 matchdays the promoted team of Hoffenheim is leading the schedule.
 
The team from provincial backwater, from a town, that hasn't more than 3750 habitants, was climbing from the lowest to the highest division within 15 years.
 
Now, while the established teams like Bremen and Bayern München all cultivate their internal fights, Hoffenheim and another "retort" team of leverkusen, are leading the Bundesliga.
 
Hoffenheim , sponsored by the owner of SAP, the largest European software enterprise, will do the next step after the running season and have their first match in an European football competition, i'm sure.
Let's watch the developing.

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We could name them Chelheim or Hoffensea. I don't like these type of clubs. If the owner looses his interest they disappear as fast as they came, remember Homburg or others in former times. At least I am happy that it is a German owner and not a Russian or Ghaddafi or a Sheik.

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at first i also had a negatvie attitude towards this club, i mean Hoffenheim sponsored by Dietmar Hopp of SAP fame. but i've watched a lot of stuff about this guy and it's not quite comparable to Chelsea & Schalke. that dude doesn't just use his money to buy some established players, he uses his money for scouting young talents and supporting them. he invests a lot of money in youth programs and all Hoffenheim players are youngsters (youngest team of the BL) as well no-names. so he uses his money wiesly and puts it into the youth. thats the way to go.

also, Stuttgart lost to Cologne at home. not so good. but two victories in a row will elevate Stuttgart again to a top position and the next two clubs are rather easy to beat, but then, you should also expect to beat Cologne at home...
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Originally posted by Temujin Temujin wrote:

at first i also had a negatvie attitude towards this club, i mean Hoffenheim sponsored by Dietmar Hopp of SAP fame. but i've watched a lot of stuff about this guy and it's not quite comparable to Chelsea & Schalke. that dude doesn't just use his money to buy some established players, he uses his money for scouting young talents and supporting them. he invests a lot of money in youth programs and all Hoffenheim players are youngsters (youngest team of the BL) as well no-names. so he uses his money wiesly and puts it into the youth. thats the way to go.

also, Stuttgart lost to Cologne at home. not so good. but two victories in a row will elevate Stuttgart again to a top position and the next two clubs are rather easy to beat, but then, you should also expect to beat Cologne at home...
 
I have just read exactly the same about Hopp in polish newspaper. They say he is uncomparable to Abramowich. He run his club since 1990 and invested about 150 mio, Abromowich probably paid more for new players in his first year. I will keep my fingers crossed for Hoffenheim. And besides better them to win than Bayern.
 
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2008 First Phase - Group F
  Overall Home Away  
 GPWDLGSGAWDLGSGAWDLGSGAGDP
1 Bayern Munich 3 2 1 0 5 1 1 1 0 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 7
2 Lyon 3 1 2 0 8 6 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 6 4 2 5
3 Fiorentina 3 0 2 1 2 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 5 -3 2
4 Steaua Bucuresti 3 0 1 2 3 6 0 0 2 3 6 0 1 0 0 0 -3 1

2008/2009 German Bundesliga
CLUB GP W L D PTS GD
TSG Hoffenheim118212515
Bayer Leverkusen118302415
Bayern Munich11623218
Schalke 0411515209
Hamburg SV1163220-1


Bayern 1st in Champions League and top 4 in the Bundesliga. Now all that needs to happen is Obama to win for this to be a rather good day. Smile

I believe we can pull together and get back to 1st place and get another Bundesliga trophy.



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