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Hertha 😂

Union making the Europa League is mental, but missing out on the Champions League by 2 points (dropping 5 points to Greuther Fürth along the way) is a bit of a sair yin.

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Objective achieved for Augsburg this season. 

Hopefully Augsburg can keep Uduokhai fit next season plus keep a hold of Dorsch, Oxford and Vargas. 

As well as the above if Pepi can live up to his hefty price tag next season after a pre-season under his belt, plus a few new additions, then I'm hopeful that Weinzierl can push Augsburg up the table. Although it will be difficult with some big clubs coming up from 2. Bundesliga. 

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31 minutes ago, itzdrk said:

:lol:

I mean some of that is utter nonsense 😂

The idea of interviewing the penalty taker right before he hits it is bat shit mental.

What football needs to do is give access to the comms between VAR and the referee. Rugby have it, cricket have it, football avoids it.

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22.300 in attendance on a beautiful sunny day for the final game of the season against already relegated Ingolstadt. H96 the better team but still made heavy weather of it, eventually running out 3-2 winners.

Result, plus others, drags H96 from 14th up to 11th, which brings in an extra €500.000.

Was also the last appearance for Christoph Dobrowski as H96 trainer, with his contract not being extended. Numerous other players, amongst them scorer of two on the day Cologne bound Linton Maina also made their last appearance for the club.

Dobrowski gets replaced by Stefan Leitl who got relegated with Greuther Fürth. A case of wait and see how it works out, although his appointment doesn't really tie-in with club president's Martin Kind intention of getting promoted whilst spending shit-loads of money.

 

As already mentioned elsewhere, Werder Bremen got the necessary points against Regensburg, meaning Hamburg take on Hertha Berlin in BL/BL2 the play-off. 1st leg takes place in Berlin on Thursday, return fixture on Monday.

Kaiserslautern play Dresden in the BL2/3. Liga play-off. 1st leg in Kaiserslautern on Friday, followed by return leg in Dresden on Tuesday next week.

Due to the non-conventional WC this year, starts for the leagues next season are BL, 5th August; BL2, 15th July; 3. Liga 22nd July. All 3 leagues shut down on 14th November for the WC and resume in the middle of January.

As regards the DFB-Pokal, Freiburg take on RB Leipzig in this seasons final on Saturday coming. Next seasons tournament starts on the 29th July with the 1st round draw taking place on the 29th May.

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SV Hamburg with one foot back in the Bundesliga following a 1-0 win in the Olympiastadion against Hertha BSC.

Not a great game, and in my opinion the goal was a cross which went in. 

Return game in Hamburg on Monday evening.

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Marco Rose given das boot by Borussia Dortmund after a single season. If they go after a manager from another Bundesliga team could see them going after either Union Berlin's Urs Fischer or SC Freiburg's Christian Streich.

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3 hours ago, GNU_Linux said:

Marco Rose given das boot by Borussia Dortmund after a single season. If they go after a manager from another Bundesliga team could see them going after either Union Berlin's Urs Fischer or SC Freiburg's Christian Streich.

Too big a step up in terms of club size for either - they'd be a huge gamble. Quite a few of last summer's insane managerial merry-go-round have now been punted as well - perhaps German clubs will start looking abroad more often for their managers. 

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Marco Rose given das boot by Borussia Dortmund after a single season. If they go after a manager from another Bundesliga team could see them going after either Union Berlin's Urs Fischer or SC Freiburg's Christian Streich.
Pochettino the favourite apparently as its expected he'll be binned by PSG. Next on the list (and more likely IMO) is Edin Terzic who was manager for the 2nd half of last season.

Bundesliga managers on the list are Seoane at Leverkusen and Glasner at Frankfurt.
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Leipzig looking like losing the German cup final for the 3rd time in 4 years. Goal and a man down to Freiburg with about half an hour to go.

 

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24 minutes ago, Rodhull said:

Leipzig looking like losing the German cup final for the 3rd time in 4 years. Goal and a man down to Freiburg with about half an hour to go.

 

Maybe not Leipzig equalised and look most likely to get a second. Extra time could be a struggle with 10 men though.

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