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Paderborn are never boring to watch, they went 3-0 up in the first half away at Dortmund earlier in the season before clinging on for dear life to get a point. Can’t see them surviving though but maybe the long break and closed doors could change their fortunes.

Went to watch them play a few years ago and Paderborn is a good shout for a twin town. Teenagers pushing prams, run down shops and a modern out of town stadium with bugger all pubs around.

Edited by Super Bock

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23 minutes ago, ZicoKelly said:

Mine should really be Union Berlin as I've been to a home game in 2011, though they've become the hipsters choice and I'm not cool enough

You, like me, were there before they were cool so its allowed. Eisern!

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Been on 3 German grounds, haven’t got a clue what division the teams are in but I like Nuremberg as a city so I’ll follow them

Edited by Biggish Dave

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Monchengladbach for me.
Always played as them cos of the name when I played subbuteo as a kid as I loved the name. Remember going into boydells and buying them I was chuffed to bits 

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29 minutes ago, Marc505 said:

You, like me, were there before they were cool so its allowed. Eisern!

It was a stag weekend

First game of the season

Boozing on the terrace, non stop chanting / singing and a lap of honour at the end, despite losing 4-0

Was the same weekend Amy Winehouse died and Anders Breviek went on the rampage

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5 minutes ago, ZicoKelly said:

It was a stag weekend

First game of the season

Boozing on the terrace, non stop chanting / singing and a lap of honour at the end, despite losing 4-0

Was the same weekend Amy Winehouse died and Anders Breviek went on the rampage

Reads like something you'd hear Clare Tomlinson saying on the Premier League Years program that 😆

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Might give it a whirl, is it BT Sport? Not signing up for £30 a month just to browse the Bundesliga, hopefully have a deal on 

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1 minute ago, birch-chorley said:

Might give it a whirl, is it BT Sport? Not signing up for £30 a month just to browse the Bundesliga, hopefully have a deal on 

Yes 

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Koln for me, been a game there and a German mate of mine lives there, visited hime a few times, also a top stadium and top city. 

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Went watching Hamburg on Tomski's stag do, I think they got beaten about 5-3 by Dortmund. About 50K on, and beer in the seats. It was good.

The next morning, Big E bummed DazBob I recall

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5 minutes ago, Sweep said:

Went watching Hamburg on Tomski's stag do, I think they got beaten about 5-3 by Dortmund. About 50K on, and beer in the seats. It was good.

The next morning, Big E bummed DazBob I recall

Banged him like a drum? 

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1 hour ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Went cologne for my stag do 

took a game in, think they was in 2nd division about 40k on 

Went to Hamburg for @jules_darby's stag do

Had tickets to Hamburg v someone

Never made it to the game, which ended 6-2

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Only been Germany once. Aachen. Do they have a team?

 

Ooh Founded: 16 December 1900 which is my birthday. Not the year obvs.

Written in the stars I tell thee.

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Looks like BT Sport want the full £30 a month 

No chance I would pay that for a bit of German football behind closed doors 

Tried one of those dodgy boxes, far too much pissing about, would rather not bother with the aggro 

Will can it for now then 

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27 minutes ago, birch-chorley said:

Looks like BT Sport want the full £30 a month 

No chance I would pay that for a bit of German football behind closed doors 

Tried one of those dodgy boxes, far too much pissing about, would rather not bother with the aggro 

Will can it for now then 

BBC will still bring you 1 live match from Korean league each week... 😬

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Where have you seen the £30 for bt sport?

only thing I see is £25 pass for non bt customers  
 


 

Edited by radcliffewhite1

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38 minutes ago, birch-chorley said:

Looks like BT Sport want the full £30 a month 

No chance I would pay that for a bit of German football behind closed doors 

Tried one of those dodgy boxes, far too much pissing about, would rather not bother with the aggro 

Will can it for now then 

It's about as competitive as the Scotch league anyway.This season is Celtic's 9th title in a row and Bayern's 8th title in a row.

At least the Scotch league has one of the world's great derbies.

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9 minutes ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Where have you seen the £30 for bt sport?

only thing I see is £25 pass for non bt customers  
 


 

The £25 is only through the app on your phone or laptop 

It’s £30 a month through your sky set up and TV from what I could see 

That's the usual full rate you pay when everything is on as normal, it’s also £30 a month more than others are paying who have had their subscriptions frozen until further notice as their is no sport on. £10 - £15 a month and I would have had it

Be interesting to see if BT start to charge all the frozen subscriptions anything just because the German league has re started 

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Just now, birch-chorley said:

The £25 is only through the app on your phone or laptop 

It’s £30 a month through your sky set up and TV from what I could see 

That's the usual full rate you pay when everything is on as normal, it’s also £30 a month more than others are paying who have had their subscriptions frozen until further notice as their is no sport on. £10 - £15 a month and I would have had it

Be interesting to see if BT start to charge all the frozen subscriptions anything just because the German league has re started 

Not sure then 

I’m on Virgin they have cut my bill by £28 pm

i could understand a token amount to watch bundesliga but the full amount seems steep 

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I shall watch it through iptv but would I fuck Stump up 30 quid a month to watch german football behind closed doors. Not a chance. 

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Today will be interesting 

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Just now, radcliffewhite1 said:

Premier league verdict? 

All managers/Captains/club docs meeting with the PL.

Training, disinfected pitches, masks, no tackling. Very odd.

A lot of players aren’t best pleased

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Public Health England need to sign it off as well 

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