Tag Archives: die mannschaft

Winning the European Championship: The Work in Progress

Well, this is too bad. We can’t seem to overcome the “semi-finals” curse, yet nothing lasts forever. I am hoping for a much better display next time. Frankly, I believe we have done the best we could with what we had. At the same time, there are still things to work on, and there is […]

The Subtle Difference: Chapter III – Part I

Long time no see, my dear readers… But here I am again. From the bottom of my heart, I thank Lahm for not giving any major and very interesting interviews while I was immersed in life’s busy craziness, otherwise I would have had a hard time. However, since that has been the case, today’s post […]

Happy Birthday!

Well, well… It has been a long time, hasn’t it? And what can be better than to make an entrance by wishing a Happy Birthday? Thus, without further ado… HAPPY BIRTHDAY  to the one and only PHILIPP LAHM! Dear Philipp, I am wishing that your year is filled with friends and fun! I wish you […]

World Cup 2014 Qualifiers: Germany vs. Sweden

I am sure that many of you watched the match against Sweden. After the first half, I could hardly imagine that I would finish watching the game by simply repeating to myself, “Why? Oh no…” This post will probably be one of the shortest. I am a “glass half full” person. For those of you […]

The Subtle Difference: Chapter II – Part VI

As promised, here is the last part of the second chapter. (The previous one can be found here.) I hope you have enjoyed reading it. _________________________________________________________________ On the training ground of FC Bayern, there are numerous pitches. The ones in the front, facing the club’s building, are reserved for the professionals. In the back, further […]

The Subtle Difference: Chapter II – Part V

To celebrate the first day of October for no particular reason at all, here is another part of the second chapter. In the next few days, I will try to finish translating this chapter since I am getting busier with some routine tasks, and it well may be that I will not start translating the […]

Vogts’ Comments On Lahm

First off, a question: do you know who Berti Vogts is? For those of you who don’t know, he is a former German player who has coached Germany, Scotland, and Nigeria in the past. Nowadays, he is the head coach of the Azerbaijan National Team. Today I came across his interview in which he talks […]