Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Binder Dunda » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 02:09:52




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> > Full time in all matches.

> > >>>> Dortmund - Augsburg (Sa.) ? ? ? ?-:- (-:-)

> > 4-2

> > >>>> Gladbach - Frth ? ? ? ? -:- (-:-)

> > 1-0

> > >>>> Leverkusen - Wolfsburg ? -:- (-:-)

> > 1-1

> > >>>> Bremen - Schalke ? ? ? ? -:- (-:-)

> > 0-2

> > >>>> Frankfurt - Bayern ? ? ? -:- (-:-)

> > 0-1

> > Bayern champions for the 23th time. Earliest ever championship by both
> > round and date. Heynckes oldest winning coach.

Nice back heel by Bastien.

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> Good luck, Pep...

> So what's the current status in the rest of the league?

> Relegation:
> - Fuerth are gone.

Yes, not going to break any pf Tasmania's futility records, but coming
close.
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> - Hopp and Augsburg battling for the play off spot

Probably coming up against Kasierslautern or maybe Koln in the play
off?  I think Hertha and New Brunswick will be promoted.

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> - D'dorf and Werder are as good as safe, but a major surge by the above
> coupled with an awful run of D'dorf or Werder could still endanger them

Werder have been on an awful run since about the third game of the
season!

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> Lower midtable mediocrity:
> - Stuttgart, VW, Nuernberg. For Nuernberg this must count as a major
> success, for the other two it's a disappointment

Yes

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> EL hopefulls:
> - this is by far the biggest group
> - 96, HSV, Freiburg, Mainz, Gladbach, Frankfurt
> - any team of these that starts a decent run has a very good chance
> - HSV won't start a run, at least not a positive one
> - looking at the remaining schedule 96, Freiburg and Frankfurt should be
> favourites, but of course Frankfurg have a*** of a second half of a
> season - so SCF and 96 would be my bet.

I dont know? I wont rule out Eintract yet from a UCL spot, of the
rest, gladbach will probably make the Europa?
Do only two teams get into the EL?

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> CL
> - pretty much a done deal as well
> - Schalke seem to have turned it around and should keep their spot
> - Bayer and BVB don't need to turn anything to keep them

Bayern and Dortmund are definite, Schalke and Bayer are somewhat
better then the rest, but are capable of collapse.

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> Overall a pretty boring end to the season, all races bar the EL and the
> relegation po should be decided before the last few rounds.

yes,  though Bayern fans should be happy, I think Freiburg and Mainz
also did well.

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> Ciao,
> ? ? ? ? SM
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Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Sven Mischki » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 02:20:11

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> > Hamburg - Freiburg    -:- (-:-)
> > After a team has had the BM kicked out of them do they come back and
> > win the next week?  How does that usually work?

> 30 mins played, 0-0.

> I missed the first 9 minutes in which Freiburg hit post and bar each in
> one incident. Later on Arslan missed a simple bounce and a Rosenthal
> made it through with only the keeper to beat, but Adler was already
> there and stole the ball.

> Later on HSV put through Son whose shot/cross was tackled right onto the
> keeper, but the rebound went out of bounds about a meter besides the
> goal.

> Between minutes 25 and 30 there were two valid penalty claims by HSV
> when Westermann was wrestled down in the box twice.

> Funny situation afterwards: HSV win a throw in, do a foul throw. SCF get
> the throw in, and do a foul throw themselves...

> HSV has been the better team for the past 15 minutes or so, but is
> rarely threatening. 0-0 sounds about right (apart from the pen claims,
> of course).

0-0 HT. Freiburg with another shot just wide in the 42nd.

What I forgot to mention earlier was a pretty dangerous tackling by
Arslan around 15 mins, which resulted in a yellow, but could have been
red as well. I don't like how he is playing, too much motivation, too
little concentration.

Ciao,  
        SM
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Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Sven Mischki » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 02:20:11

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> > - D'dorf and Werder are as good as safe, but a major surge by the above
> > coupled with an awful run of D'dorf or Werder could still endanger them
> Werder have been on an awful run since about the third game of the
> season!

Long may it continue!

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> > EL hopefulls:
> > - this is by far the biggest group
> > - 96, HSV, Freiburg, Mainz, Gladbach, Frankfurt
> > - any team of these that starts a decent run has a very good chance
> > - HSV won't start a run, at least not a positive one
> > - looking at the remaining schedule 96, Freiburg and Frankfurt should be
> > favourites, but of course Frankfurg have a*** of a second half of a
> > season - so SCF and 96 would be my bet.
> I dont know? I wont rule out Eintract yet from a UCL spot, of the
> rest, gladbach will probably make the Europa?
> Do only two teams get into the EL?

Depending on the cup it could be 3, I guess. Frankfurt has been
struggling too much, it seems the mojo is gone.

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> > CL
> > - pretty much a done deal as well
> > - Schalke seem to have turned it around and should keep their spot
> > - Bayer and BVB don't need to turn anything to keep them
> Bayern and Dortmund are definite, Schalke and Bayer are somewhat
> better then the rest, but are capable of collapse.

Wishful thinking. ;)

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> > Overall a pretty boring end to the season, all races bar the EL and the
> > relegation po should be decided before the last few rounds.
> yes,  though Bayern fans should be happy, I think Freiburg and Mainz
> also did well.

Aye. Nuernberg, Freiburg, Frankfurt and Bayern are the winners this
season.

Ciao,
        SM
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Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Jesper Lauridse » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 02:37:23


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>> Bayern champions for the 23th time. Earliest ever championship by both
>> round and date. Heynckes oldest winning coach.

> Good luck, Pep...

Sepp. I insist.

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> So what's the current status in the rest of the league?

> Relegation:
> - Fuerth are gone.
> - Hopp and Augsburg battling for the play off spot
> - D'dorf and Werder are as good as safe, but a major surge by the above
> coupled with an awful run of D'dorf or Werder could still endanger them

Dsseldorf are far from safe. They're only 5 & 6 points ahead of Augsburg
and Hoff. With 6 rounds to go and a 0-2-4 record in the previous 6 rounds,
Fortuna can easily be caught.

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> Lower midtable mediocrity:
> - Stuttgart, VW, Nuernberg. For Nuernberg this must count as a major
> success, for the other two it's a disappointment

Stuttgart has a good chance for EL through the cup.
 
 
 

Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Bruce D. Scot » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 04:49:04

|> yes,  though Bayern fans should be happy, I think Freiburg and Mainz
|> also did well.

Pressure's off for us so we might not be so consequent in the run-in.
Might lose in Dortmund.  Important to beat FCN next week though just for
pride.  But for the league itself, the EL places are going to remain
interesting until the very end.  Frankfurt have as good a chance as any
IMHO, though I'm pulling a bit for Freiburg and Mainz, I have to say H96
have been doing well in the EL so I'd like to see them in there at the
end.

As far as the penalty cries in the FCB match, all of the cases (3 of
them) not given could have been given (Gomez tripped up, and a handball
on each side though the TV unfairly focussed solely on Dante).  Alaba
missed, so we don't have any safe takers and it might matter in the CL.

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Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Futbolmetri » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 05:15:23


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> Bayern champions for the 23th time. Earliest ever championship by both
> round and date. Heynckes oldest winning coach.

Congratulations to Bayern, this is extremely well deserved. They should
celebrate appropriately, with lots of beer and champagne. And not just
tonight, but tomorrow as well. And Monday too, why not?

D

 
 
 

Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Sven Mischki » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 05:35:20


Quote:

> |> yes,  though Bayern fans should be happy, I think Freiburg and Mainz
> |> also did well.

> Pressure's off for us so we might not be so consequent in the run-in.
> Might lose in Dortmund.  Important to beat FCN next week though just for
> pride.  But for the league itself, the EL places are going to remain
> interesting until the very end.  Frankfurt have as good a chance as any
> IMHO, though I'm pulling a bit for Freiburg and Mainz, I have to say H96
> have been doing well in the EL so I'd like to see them in there at the
> end.

I agree on the 96 bit. They are now the number 1 in the North in sports
terms and I still like to see them do well, let's see if they can make
more of it than Werder did. Werder's on a slippery slope, and HSV
veering too close to the abyss that's financial problems.

Ciao,
        SM
--
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Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Sven Mischki » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 05:35:19

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> > > Hamburg - Freiburg    -:- (-:-)
> > > After a team has had the BM kicked out of them do they come back and
> > > win the next week?  How does that usually work?

> > 30 mins played, 0-0.

> > I missed the first 9 minutes in which Freiburg hit post and bar each in
> > one incident. Later on Arslan missed a simple bounce and a Rosenthal
> > made it through with only the keeper to beat, but Adler was already
> > there and stole the ball.

> > Later on HSV put through Son whose shot/cross was tackled right onto the
> > keeper, but the rebound went out of bounds about a meter besides the
> > goal.

> > Between minutes 25 and 30 there were two valid penalty claims by HSV
> > when Westermann was wrestled down in the box twice.

> > Funny situation afterwards: HSV win a throw in, do a foul throw. SCF get
> > the throw in, and do a foul throw themselves...

> > HSV has been the better team for the past 15 minutes or so, but is
> > rarely threatening. 0-0 sounds about right (apart from the pen claims,
> > of course).

> 0-0 HT. Freiburg with another shot just wide in the 42nd.

> What I forgot to mention earlier was a pretty dangerous tackling by
> Arslan around 15 mins, which resulted in a yellow, but could have been
> red as well. I don't like how he is playing, too much motivation, too
> little concentration.

And 0-1 it ended. Pretty even match altogether, but HSV really only got
chances towards the end. Freiburg was the more cohesive team, so it is
easy to argue that they deserved the win. HSV was mostly clueless going
forward and when pressed lost the balls far too easily.

Ciao,  
        SM
--
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Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Binder Dunda » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 07:18:45


Quote:

> > Bayern champions for the 23th time. Earliest ever championship by both
> > round and date. Heynckes oldest winning coach.

> Congratulations to Bayern, this is extremely well deserved. They should
> celebrate appropriately, with lots of beer and champagne. And not just
> tonight, but tomorrow as well. And Monday too, why not?

> D

Southern Germans and Austrians tend to play better when drinking
heavily.  At least we think we do?
 
 
 

Bundesliga 28 Bayern title week

Post by Jesper Lauridse » Mon, 08 Apr 2013 07:58:06


Quote:

> Congratulations to Bayern, this is extremely well deserved. They should
> celebrate appropriately, with lots of beer and champagne. And not just
> tonight, but tomorrow as well. And Monday too, why not?

Problems is that when Salihamidzic left, the supply of wiessbier in
oversized glasses suffered. Matches were barely over before he had
showered someone in beer.