Rucksackfranzose

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  1. Top 5 Players Of The Club You Support

    In cronological order: 1- Edmund Conen, first Saarbrücken player to earn a German cap 2- Wilhelm Sold, captain of the 50ér team, that Jules Rimet called the most interesting in Europe 3- Heinz Vollmer, last German international from FC Saarbrücken 4- Adolf Stegmayer, who scored 4 goals in that 6-1 Buli win over Bayern 1977 5- Dieter Ferner, goalkeeper in the same match, who stayed at the club in different functions ever since This FC Saarbrücken list is less glamarous than most of the others , but also less boring.
  2. Bundesliga Prediction league 17/18 - 9. Spieltag

    Schalke 2-1 Mainz Leipzig 3-0 Stuttgart Gladbach 1-1 Leverkusen Frankfurt 2-1 Dortmund Augsburg 2-1 Hannover Hamburg 0-5 Bayern Köln 0-1 Bremen Freiburg 1-1 Hertha BSC Wolfsburg 1-3 Hoffenheim
  3. Matchday 8 1) Bluewolf 9 points 2) Rucksackfranzose 8 points 3) 6666 6 points 3) Tsubasa 6 points 3) Viva la FCB 6 points 6) RandoEFC 5 points 6) Stan 5 points 6) trago 5 points 9) nudge 4 points Two matches ( Hoffenheim vs Augsburg + Hannover - Frankfurt) ended with a result that led to no awarded points. Now 6666 is the only frontrunner. Table after 8 matchdays 1) 6666 57 points 2) trago 56 points 3) Stan 52 points 4) Rucksackfranzose 47 points 4) Tsubasa 47 points 6) Bluewolf 45 points 6) nudge 45 points 6) RandoEFC 45 points 9) TrstnFCB 42 points 10)Viva la FCB 41 points 11) Bundesligafan93 30 points 12) londonerlilie 15 points 13) eco 3 points 14) binder 1 point
  4. Matches played from 20th to 22nd of Oct: Schalke - Mainz Leipzig - Stuttgart Gladbach - Leverkusen Frankfurt - Dortmund Augsburg - Hannover Hamburg - Bayern Köln - Bremen Freiburg - Hertha BSC Wolfsburg - Hoffenheim
  5. Kristho's Schland! - Off Topic

    Now I´m thirsty. Thank you, Cannabis.
  6. Bundesliga Prediction league 17/18 - 8. Spieltag

    Stuttgart 2-1 Köln Bayern 4-0 Freiburg Hoffenheim 2-1 Augsburg Hertha BSC 1-2 Schalke Mainz 1-0 Hamburg Hannover 2-2 Frankfurt Dortmund 1-3 Leipzig Leverkusen 5-1 Wolfsburg Bremen 1-1 Gladbach
  7. http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/dfbpokal/startseite/707799/artikel_dfl-plan-scheitert_dfb-pokal-modus-bleibt-erhalten.html I´m glad the plannings of Rummenigge and the likes, who argued in favour of changes to spare the big clubs the potential embarassement of being eleminated by an complete underdog didn´t bear fruit.
  8. Well, that´s a surprise. It´s nice to have Osram back.
  9. Matchday 7 1) nudge 10 points 2) Rucksackfranzose 9 points 2) TrstnFCB 9 points 4) 6666 8 points 5) Bundesligafan 93 7 points 5) Stan 7 points 7) trago 6 points 7) Tsubasa 6 points 9) RandoEFC 5 points 10) Bluewolf 4 points Points were awarded for every single match. Now we got a shared first place. Table after 7 matchdays 1) 6666 51 points 1) trago 51 points 3) Stan 47 points 4) TrstnFCB 42 points 5) nudge 41 points 5) Tsubasa 41 points 7) RandoEFC 40 points 8) Rucksackfranzose 39 points 9) Bluewolf 36 points 10) Viva la FCB 35 points 11) Bundesligafan93 30 points 12) londonerlilie 15 points 13) eco 3 points 14) binder 1 point
  10. Matches played from 13th to 15th of Oct: Stuttgart - Köln Bayern - Freiburg Hoffenheim - Augsburg Hertha BSC - Schalke Mainz - Hamburg Hannover - Frankfurt Dortmund - Leipzig Leverkusen - Wolfsburg Bremen - Gladbach
  11. Favourite Player from Each Nationality

    Gerd Müller France
  12. Is tit Jupp Heynckes or Ottmar Hitzfeld you´re talking about?
  13. Won the DfB-Pokal in 1997 as Stuttgart manager. Not too impressive, agreed, still silverware is silverware.
  14. Out of boredom I had a look at the odds of possible successors at sky bet: Early favorite as permanent manager is Julian Nagelsmann@ 1/4 followed by caretaker Willy Sagnol@11/4. Thomas Tuchel third @14/1 Sky bet got some very strange suggestions like e.g. Jürgen Klinsmann, Patrick Vieira and -fanfare- Brendan Rodgers.