R14: BVB-Freiburg Pre/Post Match Thread [R]

Discussion in 'Germany' started by jonam, Nov 19, 2004.

  1. jonam

    jonam Member

    Aug 27, 2003
    No news from the injury list. Still 12(!) players missing. As Koller is suspended (5th yellow card) probably Amateur strikers Saglik or Steegmann will start. Together they form Regionalliga's (3d division North) top attack with 8 (Saglik) and 9 (Steegmann) goals. Freiburg is 17th of the table only, so this is a MUST WIN for BVB.

    Our defence stood well the last weeks but our offence sxcked really. Hopefully Rosicky and Ewerthon get their things together.

    Btw, yesterday BVB opened a new indoor golf venue in the South-East corner of the Westfalenstadion.


    Satruday, 20th of November 2004, 3.30 Uhr CET(Westfalenstadion)

    Bor. Dortmund: Weidenfeller - Madouni, Brzenska, Wörns, Jensen - Kehl - Kringe, Dede - Rosicky - Ewerthon, Saglik (Steegmann).

    Bench: Kleinsteiber - Rammel, Heitmeier, Kruska, Ricken, Senesie, Steegmann (Saglik)

    Missing: Koller (suspended), Demel, Kohlmann, Bergdölmo, Oliseh, Odonkor, Evanilson, Gambino, Warmuz, Akgün, C. Metzelder, Addo (all injured)

    SC Freiburg: Golz - Schumann, Diarra, Mohamad (Kondé) - Willi, Riether, Tskitishvili - Cairo, Coulibaly, Tanko - Iashvili

    Bench: Reinhard - Kondé (Mohamad), Kruppke, Müller, Antar, Sanou, Aogo

    Missing: Dorn, Bajramovic, Ramdane, Bührer, Olajengbesi

    Referee: Florian Meyer (35)

    Attendance: 75.000 of 83.000 tickets sold


    Netradio is available: Click following link


    and select

    either "Langsamer Zugang (Handy, Modem)" (Slow connection)
    or "Schneller Zugang (ISDN, DSL)" (highspeed connection).

    A new window will open and netradio will start. German commentary only. :-/
  2. footyfan1

    footyfan1 BigSoccer Supporter

    Oct 20, 2003
    San Antonio, Texas
    Borussia Dortmund
    Nat'l Team:
    United States

    Keith's Response: Fox Sports World will be televising the match on a short delay here in the USA. Kickoff is 10AM EST.
  3. Catfish

    Catfish Member

    Oct 1, 2002
    Arsenal FC
    So far this match is not too bad. Either BVB is not too bad OR Freiburg is really really bad??? WHATEVER!

    I must say that the massive BVB Stadium is impressive on a wet & cold day.

    gotta get back to the match.....the only Bundesliga match on tv in the USA this weekend>

    yellow card for dennis kruppke
  4. SoccerFan8270

    SoccerFan8270 New Member

    Oct 7, 2003
    A good game by Dortmund...
  5. Catfish

    Catfish Member

    Oct 1, 2002
    Arsenal FC
    Fans celebrate coach van Marwijk -
    Madouni leaves stadium with tears in his eyes

    I happened to see this match on TV in the USA. I must say, that I don't know how footie fans can say that BVB supporters are fair weather fans? Westphalion Staudium was packed and rockin on a wet/chilly day. Also Westphalion is 1 of, IF not they coolest stadium in Europe...just my opinion.
  6. jonam

    jonam Member

    Aug 27, 2003
    Ups, forgot to set a teaser for our match report:

    Three points against Freiburg - Nothing else matters

    (RUPO) Three points this Saturday for Borussia. Ok, it was Freiburg, but who cares? We’ve lost against Wolfsburg, drew against Munich, Hannover, Nürnberg. So three points, two nil victory, are more then welcome for the hard proofed BVB heart!...

    Source: http://www.schwatzgelb.com/redirect.php3?target=artikel.php3?welcher=1423

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