[GER] Bundesliga 2004/05 (1 Viewer)

Jan 24, 2004
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On 6th august Bundesliga will start again. Time to start a new league thread. :)

Current league champion Werder Bremen lost two of its stars: Ailton and Krstajic. Can Bayern seize weakining of its main combatant? And which roles will VfB Stuttgart and Bayer Leverkusen play? Can Hertha BSC Berlin finally tie up to the top clubs? Questions, questions, questions - You'll find answers here during the season.

Happy posting!

btw. 1st round:

Werder Bremen - FC Schalke 04 -:-
SC Freiburg - Hansa Rostock -:-
Hertha BSC - VfL Bochum -:-
Hamburger SV - Bayern München -:-
Borussia Dortmund - VfL Wolfsburg -:-
Bayer Leverkusen - Hannover 96 -:-
1. FC Kaiserslautern - 1. FC Nürnberg -:-
VfB Stuttgart - FSV Mainz 05 -:-
Arminia Bielefeld - Bor. M'gladbach -:-
 
Jul 19, 2003
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I hope Hany Ramzy gets to play a solid full season without injuries with Kaiserslautern. He'd help our Egyptian defence a lot if he can get back to his usual form.

Where did Ailton go btw?
 
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kurvengeflüster
Jan 24, 2004
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Schalke gives him much more money. But Werder didn't have the balls to satisfy him. Schalke's manager Assauer offered Ailton the new contract during last season. A time when Werder couldn't know that they'll be league champion with enough cash.
 
Sep 28, 2002
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well, enough cash now doesnt guarantee then to be able to pay his huge wages in 3 years. basti, do you believe that they werder can retain the title?
who are the favs in your eyes?
 
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kurvengeflüster
Jan 24, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by Fliakis ] ++
well, enough cash now doesnt guarantee then to be able to pay his huge wages in 3 years. basti, do you believe that they werder can retain the title?
who are the favs in your eyes?
well I think Werder can achieve a lot this season, but become again the champion is unrealistic in my eyes. dortmund, as all-time fav will struggle if they lose Koller, too. Bayern - favorite, no question. others as schalke, leverkusen and stuttgart can surprise...let's see

personally I prefer hertha bsc and hansa rostock. I wish the latter one can reach the uefa-cup slots. hertha should be a CL-candidate...but they wont :(
 
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kurvengeflüster
Jan 24, 2004
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Bayern are in good shape for Bundesliga. Days before it will start the Bavarians knocked down Bayer Leverkusen 3:0 (1:0) in semi-final of league cup. Current league champion Werder also found its way to final. Schaaf's men won 2:0 (1:0) against VfB Stuttgart.

The final will be held on 08/02.
 

Desmond

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Jul 12, 2002
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normality will most probably resume this season.bayern,as usual,have bought well.if they make good us of their youngsters in conjunction with their veterans,they'd probably even win it by april or even march.
 
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Jan 24, 2004
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Berlin with new Olympia-Stadium
after a 4 years lasting construction period the new stadium of Hertha BSC was initiated. 75.000 spectators can now join matches of the capital club.
some facts: 2 display panels (140 and 60 sqm), 98 loges, sound system with 150.000 watt, 312 lights (each 2000 watt) cover the pitch with 1500 watt, in addition other 5000 lights are installed in the roof building a "ring of fire" - they can be used for special lighting effects


 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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Bayern beat Werder 3-2. Maybe they'll be in better shape next season and their odds will be higher because they didn't win Die Bundesliga last season :greedy:
 

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