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Discussion in 'Germany' started by Gregoriak, Jul 21, 2007.
Too many pics to post a response and did not want to do it 3 at a time. Answer here...though I guessed at a ton. Give me an 1860 roster and I might do better.
Every name is correct!
ROFL....and an 1860 fan too!!!
I will take the page down to see if any BAYERN fans can get them correct.
1. Dieter Hoeness
2. Norbert Nachtweih
3. Michael Rummenigge
4. Bernd Duernberger
5. Soren Lerby
6. Klaus Augenthaler
7. Hans Pfluegler
8. Wolfgang Grobe
9. Wolfgang Kraus
10. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
11. Reinhold Mathy
12. Jean Marie-Pfaff
13. Manfred Mueller
14. Bernd Martin
You did amazing. Every name is correct!
Here are Sören Lerby's three goals against Werder Bremen from the 1984-85 season. Especially his first goal is quite Rainer-Bonhof-esque.
[ame=www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfgmCXzj_z0]Sören Lerby 1984[/ame]
Thank you for posting those great pictures!
I was surprised you didn't include the third Wolfgang of that team.
Or the coach.
or the guy next to the coach
That first one was a rocket! Great goal to say the least!
Watch Germany score the 1-0 in this 1975 repeat of the 1974 World Cup final (staged to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the D.F.B.).
Excellent pass by Beckenbauer (typically played with the outside of his right foot) straight into the run of Wolfgang Seel who accelerated magnificently to bring in a cross which Herbert 'Hacki' Wimmer headed into the Dutch goal. In the second half Holland equalized with a superb Wim van Hanegem freekick.
notice how he said just "germany" after the goal?
and also who is the no.10?
Let's see if someone finds out who the no. 10 is. Little quiz.
Hmm, who looked like Uli Stielike & Horst Köppel at that time? Must be the former Hertha star Erich Beer...
of course!...(only other one it could have been is flohe)
That would be my guess. Though add in a mustache and longer hair and at that distance he could be Manfred Ritschel.
Erich Beer is indeed correct. No quiz hard enough for the buffs in here...
In five parts, one of the most ridiculous games in World Cup qualifying history: England vs. Poland, Wembley 1973. The home side needed to win that game at all costs. The commentary is Austrian.
[ame=www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3yxSfrpZmo]England v Poland '73 Part 1[/ame]
[ame=www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZSJHDlbeoQ]England v Poland '73 Part 2[/ame]
[ame=www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kOUBTJP-uM]England v Poland '73 Part 3[/ame]
[ame=www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qqTgkeK4S4]England v Poland '73 Part 4[/ame]
[ame=www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUQdpgIWnVw]England v Poland '73 Part 5[/ame]
That would explain the acordian music in the background.
What were the guys from Monty Python doing on the pitch?
Coming up, a look at West Germany's 1986 World Cup qualifying campaign, featuring Ger-Sweden, Ger-Malta, CSSR-Ger & Sweden-Ger.
I wanted to request for a video which I have tried hard to locate but couldn't.
Its a WC match (82 I think) in Germany is defending a free kick against an African team (Algeria??). The Algerian free kick bounces against the German wall, and Karl Heinz Ruminigge takes the ball from his own half and dribbles the length of the field to score.
I might have got the team and the WC wrong, but I do vaguely remember this goal. In fact a clipping of this goal was used in a cutlery advertisement during the late 80s. At least in Siegen.
They just don't make players like KH Ruminigge anymore.
I think that was against Mexico (1978 World Cup). I'll upload it soon.
[ame=www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Y48BETvlS4]Rummenigge v Mexico (1978)[/ame]