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German Jag

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About German Jag

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  • Birthday 13/04/1968

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    Goslar
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    Partick Thistle

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  1. World Cup Sweepie

    Money sent.
  2. Bundesliga 2017/2018

    An even 1st half on Saturday with 0-0 being the correct score. Introduction of Müller & Lewandowski, both of whom scored just after coming on killed the game as a contest. Rudy got the 3rd with a minute to go. Mext up an overnighter. Down to Hoffenheim on Friday afternoon staying over in Heidelberg.
  3. Bundesliga 2017/2018

    Karlsruhe/Baden-baden airport has Ryanair flights from Stanstead as well as Edinburgh. Also the option of flying to Stuttgart. Easyjet from Gatwick & Edinburgh. Eurowings from Heathrow, Flybe from Birmingham & Ryanair from Manchester, As well as the proper Frankfurt airport with numerous UK connections there‘s also Ryanair ‚Frankfurt‘-Hahn with some UK flughts although travel to from there is supposed to be a pain. As regards trains check the Bahn international site. Getting cross-border trains is relatively easy. Not sure about any passes. As regards match tickets, despite the local rivalry, if they‘re meeting next year will mean 3. Liga and will be easy to get. Stadium in Kaiserslautern is just under 50.000, in Karlsruhe ca. 29.000.
  4. World Cup Sweepie

    In
  5. Gigs

    Ticket received for Killing Joke in Hamburg in October.
  6. Bundesliga 2017/2018

    A mixed week. Was extremely saddened by the death of John Lambie. Spent a good few hours watching stuff on youtube as well as jagszone. Friday I hit the big 50, so day off work & down to Stuttgart. Korean food plus a gig by „The Prosecution“ on the Friday night. (yes, birthday caird pish). On to the football, Stuttgart & H96 (the two promoted teams from last year, both having surely done enough to avoid relegation). Overall an enjoyable game, Erik Thommy putting the hosts in front after 53 minutes. Looked like being a long journey home, until Niklas Füllkrug was able to get the injury time equaliser in a 1-1 draw. Speculative long-ball into the box from Miiko Albornoz, with Füllkrug getting a looping header on target over the keeper. Only the 2nd time at the Mercedes-Benz Arena, though have to say it plus the stadium in Frankfurt are my favorites as an away fan. Next up a presumable pumping at home to Bayern Munich.
  7. Bundesliga 2017/2018

    Mainz at home to Freiburg about to start. A home win more or less ensures Hamburg & Köln going down.
  8. Bundesliga 2017/2018

    Think it‘s more the length of service plus being a Heidenheimer. The chairman mentioned in a recent interview that he‘ll be kept on even if they get relegated to the 3. Liga. As regards German patience, look at how many trainers Hamburg have had over the years.
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