DFB-Cup, 2nd leg draw

Discussion in 'Germany' started by olafgb, Sep 7, 2002.

  1. olafgb

    olafgb New Member

    Jun 6, 2001
    Fresh drawn 2nd leg games, played on November 5/6

    BL vs BL

    1860 vs Wolfsburg
    Bayern vs Hannover
    Leverkusen vs Stuttgart
    Schalke vs Mönchengladbach
    Cottbus vs Kaiserslautern

    BL vs BL2

    Oberhausen vs Bielefeld
    Freiburg vs Dortmund
    Hamburg vs Duisburg
    St Pauli vs Bremen
    Rostock vs Frankfurt

    BL2 vs BL2

    Ahlen vs Reutlingen

    RL vs BL

    Offenbach vs Nürnberg
    Kiel vs Bochum

    RL vs BL2

    Hoffenheim vs Köln
    Unterhaching vs Union Berlin

    OL vs BL2

    Bahlingen vs Mannheim
  2. wolfsburgh

    wolfsburgh Member

    Aug 6, 2001
    Pittsburgh, PA
    I'm predicting Bahlingen to win it all. And where exactly is Bahlingen?
  3. Brihodge

    Brihodge New Member

    Apr 27, 2001
    The official name is Bahlingen am Kaiserstuhl, it is in the "state" of Baden-Württemberg and is not so far from Freiburg, practically in France, about 5-10 miles from the border.
  4. wolfsburgh

    wolfsburgh Member

    Aug 6, 2001
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Thanks. In a few years, I'm sure Freiburg and Bahlingen will be playing hard-fought 1.BL derbies, and Bochum and Rostock will be battling it out for the championship (oh, wait, the latter is already happening).

    Seriously, I guess Bahlingen is the official underdog of this season's Pokal (with TSG Hoffenheim--I have a pretty good idea where this Bavarian team plays--a close second). I would not be surprised to see a couple RL or OL wins in the next round (Hoffenheim, Offenbach, Unterhaching).
  5. Eisern Union

    Eisern Union New Member

    Jul 4, 2002
    Hosten Kiel: last place in the RL, beat Hertha. There's your underdog.
  6. KarlMai

    KarlMai Member

    Jul 12, 1999
    FF USV Jena
    Nat'l Team:
    Yeah, but Holstein Kiel are a so-called "tradition club", and those are never as much underdog as a village team like Bahlingen, Eppingen or Geislingen ;) How low they might have fallen, they are still often treated as higher than a team from a town with 1200 people or something.

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