It's different in England because you guys don't have an equivalent to 50+1 and thus everyone is playing by the same rules, so I wouldn't compare it to City or Chelsea. It took them two years to make it through the second division, despite spending astronomical sums compared to the rest of the league and even then their points tally wasn't that impressive. I'm not sure if you can get a tour guide from them who explains and translates all the info, but something like that would be necessary if you take people to this exhibition who don't speak any German. There is an identification between club and company. I'm not sure why those people forgot that. I haven't seen it so detailed and yet so interesting in a long time. They could do with a new thread.
It would be perfect otherwise. Pacy as feck, scored a lot of goals. The particular productions are pooled and listed chronologically in the categories festivals, concert series, various concerts, and education and workshops. Some educational and social projects followed the next years. I'll be interested in how they fare in the Bundesliga. Even friendlies had to be cancelled because the fans didn't want to play them.
The potential of German football is huge especially with the amount of domestic talent they've had in the last 10 years or so. Beyond that the society engages musicians and ensembles individually according to the needs of the project and also other artists and scientists from Germany and abroad. A lot of people respect them for their good work over decades but their arrogance which come from that is something else. But make no mistake, they will go all the way. And now they've been drawn against Dynamo Dresden Leipzig and Dresden are the two major cities in Saxony with Dresden being the capital in the first round of the German cup.
The difference is both are actually part of the company history, originally created for their own workforce. Red Bull, being advised by Franz Beckenbauer, saw great footballing potential in the Leipzig, Saxony region. Nah, my German club remains Dortmund. It would be perfect otherwise. Unsere Tipps für die jüngsten Gäste! Here you can find out where they are.
There are a few tidbits of English here and there, but for the most part this is a visual experience if you don't sprechen Deutsch. New topics are the successes and difficulties or growing together, international terrorism, digitization and globalization. In addition, we take over the stand construction for you. That's probably how Germans will look at Leipzig fans now, at least the non-local ones. And i think if Leverkusen,Schalke and Gladbach would make a step to the level of their spanish counterparts, that would be fresh air to a lot of people.
The Forum of Contemporary History is a free museum in Leipzig. . To this day, one of the world's top classical bands the Gewandhausorchester and oldest and finest boys' choirs the 800-year-old Thomanerchor continue to delight audiences. The common goal was to spread contemporary music and to foster a vital dialogue about music and arts in present time. I know a lad who's always saying 'you just hate City because they've stopped United winning everything', which isn't the case at all. I'm not sure how quickly they will rise though. Also, their resources are far from unlimited.
I'm not sure if you can get a tour guide from them who explains and translates all the info, but something like that would be necessary if you take people to this exhibition who don't speak any German. Bayer 04 were founded in 1904 as a sports and gymnastics club for company workers. So it isn't exactly easy to like them. The top 10 things to do in Leipzig list will help you to decide. Let's not forgot we were very fortunate to experience success early in the Premier League, if United's performances in the 70s were swapped with the 90s who knows where we would be now.
There are a few tidbits of English here and there, but for the most part this is a visual experience if you don't sprechen Deutsch. Its an illegal merchandise construction even when its based longtermly with some little positive effects they got a good youth work for example. Their emergence has been completely artificial, and they're not playing by the same rules as everybody else. If a club emerges organically, like a Leicester, then fair play - as a United fan I have no problem with that and was rooting for them towards the end of the season. They signed Keita from Salzburg this week, who has been the best player in Austria last year. I haven't seen it so detailed and yet so interesting in a long time. Most hated club in Germany by some distance.
It's a simple issue with how they've achieved their recent success. They will go to the very top as their financial backing is just too big not to. But then again they are named after a fecking energy drink! They aim for good football and don't give the impression that the company shits money right into their war chest. Their emergence has been completely artificial, and they're not playing by the same rules as everybody else. I'm not sure why those people forgot that. I know a lad who's always saying 'you just hate City because they've stopped United winning everything', which isn't the case at all. While of course still being legit and doing everything legally.
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