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Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad' started by BuffloSoldier, Nov 6, 2004.
Steve starts in Munich...
Got a match tracker link handy? I'm on a computer that doesn't have all that info ready.
Edit - got it:
link for ticker on the right.
You can also go here: http://www.bundesliga.de/
There is live audio for this and the Mainz-Gladbach match (auf Deutsch)
And it's 1-0, Bayern. Pizarro.
2-0 Bayern from Maakay
3-0 Bayern from Guerrero right before the end
Bayern München 3 - 0 Hannover 96
No one cares much now that Clint is not playing....such is the life of a defender (who's been there a while)..
Guerrero?, the other Peruvian from Bayern who does not get to play....Awesome for my Peruvian brethren, (Pizarro being Peruvian as well)
Hopefully 'Dolo's team can turn it around next week....They've been doing quite well lately, so i expect them to keep their strong run
Well, some infos about Clint (maybe that will make you interested again ;-) ):
Our club's president Martin Kind was in the DSF show Doppelpass today, and said that Mathis is not gone yet, and that he will get other chances, as long as he behaves good, but also that the club will be willing to speak if he can find another club...
Interesting......thanks for the update.
So getting back to the title of the thread, how did Cherundolo do against Bayern?
LOL... Clint's never going to "behave good"... Then again, that's why most fans like him. Bundesliga may have been a good fit for him style-wise, but he needs to find the soccer equivalent of the Oakland Raiders to really thrive...
Too bad St. Pauli isn't in the first division. When will Millwall get into the Premiership again?
i may get crucified for saying this, but it's sad how Mathis is pissing away his career.
he was a complete and total embarassment his last year with the Metros, and now he can't fit in at Hanover either. he acts like he has a chip on his shoulder when all he really has is some sort of twisted Georgian ego mucking up his life. he needs to grow up, and grow up fast.
but who knows, he can do with his life whatever he wants. all's the same pity to me.
They shoved some bits of Hanover’s training, Lienen was shouting as strong as he could, it’s scary:
“Now the tree will burn!”
Holy Latrell Spreewell, Batman!
Sorry, Millwall seems to be interested in 'Canucks Abroad' this season.
Well, it's a German saying, so it's probably nothing to worry about .
Can you translate it and put it in context?
Seriously, not trying to flame here, but maybe it is the first time we have ever had a red state soccer player go abroad. Did it ever occur to you cyber-pegans that he was going to show the world real red state moral values? No?
That is because you are all blue state frenchies! So when you don't understand why Clint behaves a certain way, it is because you are immoral and godless.
I am kidding. Please do not take me seriously, unless of course you live in a blue state.
He was giving instructions before a drill (included sprints), it means he wants to see full commitment , sparks flying as you might say in English. But translating it literally is much more fun.