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Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad' started by Treetaliano, Oct 4, 2003.
Little Stevie starts
17' minute Hannover goes up on a Christiansen goal.
Well that didnt take long
22' Asamoah ties it up
Dario Rodriguez puts Schalke up 2-1 in the 39th
With the bad goalkeeping, and "never let a shutout stand" Defense (and innovative attacking)....Hannover sometimes seems better suited for the Mexican league...
Canadian de Guzman sent off 68'
stick a fork in Hannover
still 1-2 to Schalke
Man, i am really hoping Hannover can qualify for European competition. But they concede so many goals and it's not funny
harttbeat...check your PM's
1-2 Schalke wins
Cherundolo was rated 4.5. Related side note:
96 Coach Ralf Rangnick and Schalke player Jochen Seitz will probably never be friends. The Hannover Coach was especially annoyed about his ex-player from Stuttgart assisting the equaliser. He directed his reproach to defender Steven Cherundolo: “You may not be fooled like that, and this from a player like Seitz. I know him, he is everything but a king of dribbling.” Seitz’ counter attack: “The soccer professor obviously is a bit confused. I don’t wonder why we didn’t have success in Stuttgart.”
Olaf, in the US, we would view Rangnick's attack on a team opposing player as unprofessional...how is that viewed there?
It's generally known when coach and player don't get along with another, so it's no major happening. Usually it's going the other way and the unsatisfied player starts hacking (also Cherundolo already criticised a former coach in the public). This case is a bit odd as Rangnick usually is nobody, who is starting such quarrels, but it's rather a minor incident.
A real big topic these days is Sanneh's club boss saying "I'm having a licence for a weapon and I own a pistol. I'd love to blow some players' brains away." (Nuremberg started as promotion favourite and is 14th after 8 games)