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Bundesliga 2017/18 - Matchday 24 - 23-26th February, 2018

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11 minutes ago, Cannabis said:

Monday is Funday.

Monday is Payday!!! :banana:

Just in time to properly celebrate our derby win against HSV tonight :ph34r:

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16 hours ago, Stan said:

Another Monday fixture?

More protests?

The fans are planning protests.

 

I like Augsburg's Martin Hingeregger saying that the although the players should go about doing their job, the fans have every right to strike. Hinteregger also did not go to RB Leipzig from RB Salzburg out of respect for the fans and from being enraged by RB using Salzburg as a farming club.

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Can't believe Wolfsburg are 15th!  Well done nudge's little green men - not a brilliant game, but that eases the situation a lot!  Nice one also in Stuttgart gives us hope in the Pokal if Eintracht play like that:banana:

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What a poor match, and we still somehow managed to win xD 

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Looks like this may be the year HSV finally go down.

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8 minutes ago, Faithcore said:

Glückwunsch, Inga!

Bye bye, Hamburg. They can take down their stupid clock now.

 

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Assuming the travel is OK, Monday night fixtures are class. Do you do many midweek games in Germany? An excuse to play under the lights is always a good one.

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To try and keep the road traffic to a minimum - which does not always work - most match tickets include public transport - road/Rail - to the grounds. Great for BVB wih a station like Man U next to the ground, but a long walk for Schalke fans which on good weather is ok but mid winter it sucks! After the Pokal game against Koln in December it took over an hour to get out of the Car Park and nearly as long after the last round. Can't comment on others - perhaps their Police are better organised......

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10 hours ago, Danny said:

Assuming the travel is OK, Monday night fixtures are class. Do you do many midweek games in Germany? An excuse to play under the lights is always a good one.

Only if you don't work (or don't have any other commitments) on the match day and the following day... take tomorrow's match, for example - a trip to Dortmund from Augsburg takes around 6-7 hours, realistically even longer. 

There are no midweek games played in Bundesliga normally, with the exception of so-called "English Week".

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7 minutes ago, nudge said:

Only if you don't work (or don't have any other commitments) on the match day and the following day... take tomorrow's match, for example - a trip to Dortmund from Augsburg takes around 6-7 hours, realistically even longer. 

There are no midweek games played in Bundesliga normally, with the exception of so-called "English Week".

Newcastle played Chelsea midweek once. Midweek football is quality, get it all the time in the lower leagues.

But like I said if the travel takes the piss then something needs to be changed.

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1 minute ago, Danny said:

Newcastle played Chelsea midweek once. Midweek football is quality, get it all the time in the lower leagues.

But like I said if the travel takes the piss then something needs to be changed.

It might be quality if it works, but if it's practically impossible for most away fans to make it, then it doesn't make any sense... 

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Koziello just scored a lovely goal for Koln to equalise against Leipzig. 

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3 hours ago, nudge said:

It might be quality if it works, but if it's practically impossible for most away fans to make it, then it doesn't make any sense... 

Bit of a problem with weekend games from where you are Miss!  Travel would be worse for mid-week, but you could do it with a week's holiday attached to the gameO.o

It certainly would be worth it to see a game like the one in Leipzig which has just finished:banana:

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7 minutes ago, SchalkeUK said:

Bit of a problem with weekend games from where you are Miss!  Travel would be worse for mid-week, but you could do it with a week's holiday attached to the gameO.o

It certainly would be worth it to see a game like the one in Leipzig which has just finished:banana:

xD it depends, if I were unlucky enough to attend a match like the Not-Derby yesterday, I would need another week on top of it to fully recover! 

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Anyone got a decent source where I can watch the BVB match? :ph34r:

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Nevermind, signed up to Eurosport Players free 5 day trial. 1:0 Marco Reus :x

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I turned my laptop back on only to send you a link ¬¬

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Just now, nudge said:

I turned my laptop back on only to send you a link ¬¬

Sorry, but thanks anyway :$

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1 minute ago, Tommy said:

Sorry, but thanks anyway :$

No worries, I'll watch the match now then :P 

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