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1 Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 16:21

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Hallo
Bitte tragen mit mir als mein Deutsch ist nicht gut vey.

Ich komme aus England, und ich habe zur Familie in Braunschweig und auch in Wolffenbuttle, glaube ich, ist ganz in der Nähe.
Ich habe noch nie besucht haben, sondern gehört zu Ihrem Team für viele Jahre als mein Vater kam einmal zu besuchen Familie und sah ein Spiel, als er jung war vermutlich etwa 1960-1965 wenn Sie wurden in Bundasleiga.

Ich habe mich für Ihre Ergebnisse für irgendwann und jetzt sehen, dass leider Sie befinden sich in 3/Northern League Division ist dies richtig? Ich denke, Sie waren in der Lega Nord ein paar Jahre zurück, aber ist es Ihnen gelungen, gehen zurück bis zu 2 League? (Vielleicht habe ich mich irre), aber dann kam wieder der vergangenen Saison abgeschlagen. Ich merkte man der letzten Saison schien sich immer noch sehr große Menschenmengen ist das richtig?

Ein Blick auf diese Tabelle Liga Saison merke ich, Sie sind in der unteren Hälfte durch eine Position. Diese Hälfte der Tabelle ist unsichtbar, was bedeutet das? Bedeutet dies, dass alle, die Vereine können abgeschlagen oder etwas anderes?

Ich hoffe, kommen mit ein paar Freunden ein Tag zu beobachten Eintracht und hoffentlich kommen wir vielleicht in diesem Jahr im September / Oktober, wenn die neue Saison beginnt.

Wenn Sie konnte mir mehr Informationen über Ihr Team wäre es sehr gut.

Danke
Phil

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2 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 16:31

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Ist das geil, ein Eintracht-Fan aus England! :cheers:

UKPhil schrieb:
Ein Blick auf diese Tabelle Liga Saison merke ich, Sie sind in der unteren Hälfte durch eine Position. Diese Hälfte der Tabelle ist unsichtbar, was bedeutet das? Bedeutet dies, dass alle, die Vereine können abgeschlagen oder etwas anderes?
Ich hoffe du kannst Deutsch verstehen - auf Englisch kann ich dir nicht weiterhelfen.

Die untere Hälfte der Tabelle ist "unsichtbar", weil es nächste Saison nur noch eine 3.Liga (3 Division) gibt. Platz 3 bis 10 der 3/Northern League Division und Platz 3 bis 10 der 3/Southern League Division und die 4 Absteiger der 2.Bundesliga werden zu einer Liga.

Ich hoffe dir hierbei weitergeholfen zu haben.

Die anderen Sachen müssen wohl mal die Eintracht-Spezialisten und User mit besseren Englisch-Kentnissen beantworten.

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3 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 16:42

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Vielen Dank

Die Top-Ten-Nord-und Süd-Teams kommen zusammen in einer nationalen Liga, 3 Liga.

Ich hoffe, Sie bleiben bis Sie sind nicht nur weit hinter ein paar gute Ergebnisse sind notwendig.

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4 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 17:39

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UKPhil schrieb:Vielen Dank
Die Top-Ten-Nord-und Süd-Teams kommen zusammen in einer nationalen Liga, 3 Liga.

That's not quite right. The first and the second of both Divisions (North and South) will be part of the 2.Bundesliga.
The four worst teams of the 2.Bundesliga will be part of the new third Division.

In the future third division, only 2 amateur teams of each Division are allowed to be part of this, so it's possible that the 11th place is enough for a non-amateur team to advance to the future third division.
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Ich denke, Sie waren in der Lega Nord ein
paar Jahre zurück, aber ist es Ihnen gelungen, gehen zurück bis zu 2
League? (Vielleicht habe ich mich irre), aber dann kam wieder der
vergangenen Saison abgeschlagen. Ich merkte man der letzten Saison
schien sich immer noch sehr große Menschenmengen ist das richtig?


In 2002 we advanced to the 2.Bundesliga, (after we stood in the third(fourth North division for 9 years) but we were not able to stay there, so we went "downstairs" again.
Two Years later (2005) we were able to advance to the 2.Bundesliga again. In the first year, we held the class, and in the second we went "downstairs" again.

Up and Down, Up and Down... maybe the best description of our situation.
But still we have a big crowd, 15000 on average, that's more than some teams in the second as well as in the first Bundesliga have.
But the atmosphere is not that good at the moment, not because of the standings, it is just because of the fight between some fan groups, the ultra-orientated ones and the so called "normal"-fans.
I hope it changes soon.

Arghh... I'm tired, but I hope it's nevertheless understandable... if not, ask again, when I'm finished sleeping I may write it better. :D
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Where are you exactly from?



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5 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 17:40

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Herzlich Willkommen :willkommen:

Das ist echt richtig Geil ein Eintracht Fan aus England im Forum zu haben.


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6 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 17:59

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:danke:

Das ist sehr hilfreich und gut erklärt, und nun habe ich voll und ganz verstehen.

Ich bin mit einem tranlator Website, sodass ich hoffe, die Übersetzung ist ok, und macht Sinn!

Ich komme aus einer Stadt namens Morecambe im Nordwesten von England, und das ist das Team unterstütze ich.
Letzte Saison spielten wir und gewann in der neuen Wembley gefördert, die uns zu den "professionellen Liga:" Wir spielen, was in Liga 2 heißt hier, aber es ist der 4. Liga des englischen Fußballs. Wir sind das jüngste Mitglied der Football League.

Für eine bessere Idee, ich wohne in der Nähe von Teams wie Bolton, Wigan, Blackburn Rovers, Manchester Utd, Liverpool sie alle sind nur eine Stunde von maximal Morecambe.

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7 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 18:17

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Your welcome.
I guessed that you are using a translator website --> many grammatical as well as translation mistakes, but it's still understandable.

How is the standing of your team? Is it as catastrophic as ours??

8 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 18:26

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OriginalMG schrieb:Your welcome.
I guessed that you are using a translator website --> many grammatical as well as translation mistakes, but it's still understandable.

How is the standing of your team? Is it as catastrophic as ours??


We are doing very well like I said in my post we won at Wembley last season and went up from amatuer to proffesional. We are now 10th in the league just outside the playoffs. At the start of the season we would have been happy just to stay up but to be thinking about going up again is amazing. We are also in the semi final of a cup and if we win we get to play at Wembley again :D but we are currently 0v1 down after the first game.

We also had a good run in the league cup which Tottenham won at Wembley last week which you may have seen. In the early rounds we beat Preston, Wolverhampton Wanderers and finally got beat by Sheffield Utd teams you may have heard of.

It has been a very very good year for us and hopefully it wil continue.

Our manager is a man called Sammy McIlroy you may have heard of him as he played for Manchester Utd for many years around the 70s/80s and scored in the FA cup final for them.

Just a quick question if I wa to come over we are thinking of staying in either Berlin or Hamburg which would be best?

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9 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 21:13

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Hey... what a huge surprise!

An english guy .... here with us... great!

I hope, you'll enjoy your time here with us. I wish you a lot of fun!


And now your question if Berlin or Hamburg:

This is a very difficult question... Both are beautiful cities with very nice sights... <---- my opinion.
But i think, if I had to decide I would choose Hamburg. There is a lot of party in the night (you know the famous "Reeperbahn"???) And good football you can see there as well! ;-)


Alex

10 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 29 Feb 2008 - 21:17

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@ UKPhil

maybe you want to place your home in our User Map at the "portal"...

This would be very fine.

We have just one User from Switzerland.... If you would sign up there too, the Map woul become more and more international ;-)

11 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Sa 1 März 2008 - 3:07

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one more notice to you, Phil:

forget Berlin and Hamburg!

Come to Braunschweig. Its the most beautiful city in the world with the best football-club ever! ;-)
Then - fortunately - you have to visit one of our football games and enjoy the breath-taking mood ;-) (provided that the Fans are - reqarding this - at long last one oppinon again and reunite!)

From Braunschweig its also not far away from Hamburg and Berlin.

By car you would need for both routes approximately 2 hours!

So... come and visit us! I would very looking forward to this!

Best regards,

Alex

P. S.

Parts of your family live here in Braunschweig and Wolfenbüttel? One more reason to come to Braunschweig ;-)
Me and my husband live in Wolfenbüttel or rather in a village not far from Wolfenbüttel ;-) Where in Wolfenbüttel does your family live?

12 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Do 6 März 2008 - 17:40

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Alex

Thanks for your advice on where to stay another place we have now thought of to stay is Hanover which I think is even closer to Braunschweig? It would be easy for us to get a flight to Hannover.

I have just one great aunt in Wolfenbuttle but I am not sure which part she lives and a great aunt and uncle in Braunschweig.

I would be quite happy to stay in Braunschweig but I think my friends would like to go to the bigger more famous citys they like the idea of the Brewery trips in Hamburg!!

Thankyou for your help and may I say your English is very very good.

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13 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Do 6 März 2008 - 19:46

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Alex schrieb:@ UKPhil

maybe you want to place your home in our User Map at the "portal"...

This would be very fine.

We have just one User from Switzerland.... If you would sign up there too, the Map woul become more and more international ;-)


I have put my home on the map :cheers:

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14 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 7 März 2008 - 2:00

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UKPhil schrieb:
I have put my home on the map :cheers:

GREAT! :cheers: Thanks!

But your idea to stay in (I don't like to write this name but for you I will do it :lol!: ): "Hannover" is very bad.
The Eintracht-Fans hate "the forbidden city". :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

15 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 7 März 2008 - 13:21

Oh F*** - she said the H-word....

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16 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Fr 7 März 2008 - 15:54

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:prosit: [There is a lot of party in the night (you know the famous "Reeperbahn"???) And good football you can see there as well! ;-)


Alex[/quote]



:shock:

I have just looked about the Reeperbahn.

Hamburg for sure seems a very fun place :cheers:

I think my friends :schulz: will have a very good time there :prosit:

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17 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Sa 8 März 2008 - 1:08

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Hi Phil!
You should consider about travelling by car and have a stop over in the Rhine area to visit
the cities of Bonn, Cologne, Düsseldorf (where a certain, not too small number of Eintracht fans live) and a match of Lions´team in Leverkusen!
Afterwards you travel onwards to Braunschweig (passing H******* without a stop) and enjoy another match of the fabulous BTSV with the unique athmosphere inside the Eintracht Stadium (as far as fans manage to re-unite)!
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18 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Mo 2 Jun 2008 - 14:36

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Hello again

I would just like to say well done on staying in League 3 :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:

Me and my family were very happy to see that you had managed to stay in this league. We thought it wasn't looking good with RW Essen playing Lubeck who didn't have anything to play for and to see that Lubeck managed to win was quite a shock :D. Also you had a very good crowd there 20,000 for a league 3 game is very very good.

It is a shame about the start you had to the season where you only took 2 points from 7 games I think. In the second half of the season you have hardly lost a game so deserve your place.

Does this now mean that League 3 becomes a national league? where as at the moment it is split into North/South.

We still plan on coming to visit probably September time when does the season start again and when is the fixture list published?

One question you maybe able to answer although you all probably have the same question. The crowds you get are very very big compared to other teams and you must be one of the biggest clubs at your level and even bigger than some clubs in League 2.
This would make me think eintracht would have more money to spend on getting the better players so would do better than your actual position shows, so why is it that you still seem to struggle at times when the size of your club should surley be able to stay in league 2. It seems very sad that a club the size of eintracht has had some problems and ended up in regional leagues. Have there been many reasons why this has happened?

Hopefully next season you will be able to carry on the good form you have finished with this season and make a move up the table.

I hope you could understand most of my message

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19 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Mi 4 Jun 2008 - 2:12

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Hey Phil,

nice to read you here again.

Now I try to answer a few of your questions as good as I can.

1. The new "3. League" consist of the places 3. to 10. of the "old" regional League which was split into North and South and 4 Teams which get off the 2. League.

That means, that the "new" third League now is a "national" League because 20 teams of whole Germany are playing now togehter in one official League. Ist now official a "professional League", not longer an "amateur League".

2. The new season starts at the end of July. The fixture list will be published at the beginning of July.

3. You're right. The crowds of fans we get every match of the Eintrach is very huge. Actually we have to have a lot of many for example to buy better players. But the financial struggles of Eintracht is a long long story. Our old presidency - which was "thanks to god" - voted out last September made lot of unpardonable mistakes. Its really a long and complicated story. But a few examples: We had last season 5!!! trainer, we bought during the "winterbreak" an almost complete team. 11 new players signed a contract with Eintracht. So far, there was money spend for incredible things...

But our present catastrophic financial situaton isn't a new situation. It was build up years ago.

Another example:

Until yesterday Eintracht needed 250.000 Euro for the License for the 3. League.... Money we did'nt had. Yesterday 5 sponsors bought over 3 years the rights of the name of our stadium. Now we have the money for the license. This was just in time, because the deadline for the needed money is the 5th of June.

Now - with our new presidency and our new, real good trainer - we hope, that a lot of things become better.

I hope that I answered a few of your questions.

Best regards,

Alex

20 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Mi 4 Jun 2008 - 11:33

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Alex :danke: that is most helpfull and I now understand a lot more.

5 trainer in trainer you mean coach/manager? that is a lot of different people to use.

However since you buying 11 new players in winter your team has done very well have these new players come since the new trainer arrived? and did the new presidency bring in the new trainer and players.

250,000 is a lot for a licence, in England we do not have such a thing my team recently entered the "proffesional league" after been amateur and we do not pay for a licence instead we receive more money from the League. It is good to hear though that some sponsors came with the money otherwise things could have been very bad.

Eintracht reminds me very much of teams in England like Nottingham Forrest, Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday these were very good teams and they still get very big crowds but have now dropped into League 3 due to money problems. (Leeds utd were in the champion League semi final a few years ago and are now in League 3)

I look forward to the fixtues at the start of July and will look out for them and will propobably come back for some more information if you do not mind. At the moment we are looking to make our trip around 15th September.

:danke: for all the help and information.

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21 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Mi 4 Jun 2008 - 15:24

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Hi Phil,

it's not that the team has to pay for the license but it has to prove a certain amount of money to get the license and take part in the league. The 250k € was the amount that was missing to be proved by eintracht.

In Winter 06/07 when we had the last place in the 2nd league we got a new coach and they installed a so called task force with our no.1 sponsor staake who invested more than a million euro for new players to save the team in the league.
But in the end they completely failed and all the new (and even the old) players left the club again.
So our new coach had to form a completely new team again this season and in the end it was another new coach we reached the qualification with.

The budget of eintracht is the highest in league 3 with 7.5 million € but they seem to burn the money by buying overpayed players who failed in higher leagues instead of talents...
But maybe it should be all getting better now with the new president who is a businessman instead of the old president being a politician.

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22 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Mi 4 Jun 2008 - 15:32

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"The budget of eintracht is the highest in league 3 with 7.5 million € but they seem to burn the money by buying overpayed players who failed in higher leagues instead of talents..."

That is an amazing amount of money for a League 3 team :shock: I don't think any team in English league 3 has a budget like that and some in league 2 don't either.

I would think the sponsor who gave the 1million euros was not very happy when it failed, you must have some very very good sponsors.

Hopefully your new trainer will but younger players who want to prove their talents more.


So the 250k is just money in the bank to show that you have enough money to surrive in the proffesional league.

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23 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Mi 4 Jun 2008 - 15:47

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I don't know exactly if the 250k € were just missing or if this the amount they need to have in the bank, i think it's just the money that was missing, the regulations are very hard to get a license for the different leagues, you need a stadium with a certain amount of seat and places (in league 2 you even need an undersoil heating system to take part).

The sponsor who payed the money - his name is Staake - surely wasn't happy about this - but the fans are not happy about him because he tries to involve in the politics of the club - there are different rumours that other sponsors don't want to engage because the don't like him an because he doesn't want other sponsors to be the big spender for the club.
f.e. Salzgitter AG (ohne of the biggest companies in Germany producing steel which is pretty close to Braunschweig) or New Yorker (a clothing company - one of the biggest in europe which has it's headquarter in braunschweig) want to engage with the club and spend a lot of money - but these are only rumours....

7.5 mio € is a lot of money and even a lot of clubs in germany's 2nd league don't have that much money - but somehow it always seems to be burnt here....

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24 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Di 15 Jul 2008 - 14:34

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Hello again

I see the new fixtures are out :D me and my friends are now arranging a date to come over in September.

Please could someone explain why the first few games are in black and the rest in red are the black games friendlies?

We are thinking og the 13th September against K.Offenbach but if this is a friendly game then it will be the 27th against Wuppertaler SV.

How have things been over the break have the club signed some good players for next season and how do you feel about next season?

:danke:

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25 Re: Eintracht fan from England am Di 15 Jul 2008 - 14:56

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Well, to answer yout first question, why "some" games are red-colored. For this games, we have not a fixtured date yet. So the game versus Wuppertaler SV could be on the 27th September or the 28th.
The game against Offenbach is on the 13th September.

Oh my God, I just have realised how hard it is to write in english since I'm out of school. Damn, just 3 month .

Well, I would appreciate it, if you correct my sentences. ;-)

For the second question I have not an answer, because I haven't seen any of them yet. Some people say that the new ones have "perspectives", some others say that they have not enough experience to play in league 3.
Well, we will see.

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