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Regenerationstraining in 2.Gruppen 07/09/19

Joachim Löw at Hertha BSC v FC Bayern München 2015/16

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New Hansi Flick pictures: Umweltbotschafter video

Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 1 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 2 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 3 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 4 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 5 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 6 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 7 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 8 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 9 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 10 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 11 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 12 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 13 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 14 Hansi Flick - Umweltbotschafter video 15

Deutschland v England – Pre-match show – The Löw Highlights

Joachim Löw – Deutschland v England – pre-match show 1 Joachim Löw – Deutschland v England – pre-match show 2 Joachim Löw – Deutschland v England – pre-match show 3 Joachim Löw – Deutschland v England – pre-match show 4 Joachim Löw – Deutschland v England – pre-match show 5 Joachim Löw – Deutschland v England – pre-match show 6 Joachim Löw – Deutschland v England – pre-match show 7

Jogi Löw pictures: Azerbaijan v Germany – 7/06/2011

Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 1 Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 1 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 2 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 3 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 4 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 5 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 1 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 2 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 6 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 7 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 3 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 4 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 5 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 6 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 7 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 8 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 9 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 10 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 11 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 12 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 13 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 14 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 15 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 16 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 17 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 18 Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 2 Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 3 Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 4 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 19 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 20Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 8 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 9 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 21 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 22 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 10 Joachim Löw & Hansi Flick – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 11 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 23 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 24 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 25 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 26 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 27 Joachim Löw – Azerbaijan v Germany (2011) 28

Share Your World – 2015# Week 32

Link to questions.

Are you a collector of anything? 

I’m a collector of collections, I’m  always collecting something. DVDs, football stickers, football tickets and  random items related to whoever my current favourite person is. I currently have around 900 DVDs and 200 blu-rays. That’s just counting films, not football matches. Though I’m trying to slim down that particular collection at the moment. One of my favourite collection items ever is a ticket for the match in which Hansi Flick scored his first ever Bundesliga goal for Bayern in 1986 against VfB Stuttgart. Also important is the ticket I have for Union Solingen v SC Freiburg – 1983/84 because Jogi Löw played in that match, it’s the only one I have from a match he actually played in. And not forgetting the ticket and program for Germany v Ireland in 2006, which is the first match that Hansi took his place by Jogi’s side.

What is your biggest fear or phobia? (no photos please)

Small spaces, or being in a small or confined space with other people.

Do you prefer reading coffee table books (picture), biographies, fiction, non-fiction, educational?

I prefer non-fiction, usually history books. I don’t read a lot of fiction, at least not any that isn’t connected to a special interest of mine.

Complete this sentence:  If I Must Be Reincarnated, In the Next Life I Want to Be…

A descendant of Manuel Neuer. I don’t have a serious answer, I do believe in the concept of reincarnation, very much so,  I just don’t know what I’d want to be. The Neuer answer aside, I think it would be fun to be something other than a human, if that’s what I currently am, to be an alien of some sort, literally this time.

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I don’t really remember much of last week, too little sleep will do that. The only thing I remember is the excitement of the first round of the DFB Pokal. Freiburg are through to the second round with an easy 5-0 victory against HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst. And I got three of my Pokal predictions right, which is really cool, correctly predicting that Hoffenheim, HSV and Karlsruher SC would get knocked out. I wish I could say that I was grateful for seeing Freiburg’s match but that didn’t happen, I had to settle for watching the Konferenz instead. But they won and Nils Petersen scored four goals, that’s the main thing.

I should be looking forward to the Bundesliga starting tonight and at Freiburg being back in action on Saturday. I should be, but I’m having a little trouble mustering up any real enthusiasm just this moment. The return of the summer curse. Sleepless nights and a slightly unreal feel to everything, and worst of all the feeling that everything is pointless. But I know despite how I feel the best thing to do is to keep at it. It won’t last forever, this is the kind of thing to keep in mind:

itshardIf I could be happy about something right now it would be the fact that I reached 100,000 views on my YouTube channel. I can’t take all the credit, a lot of it goes to fifth tier Baden side SSV Reutlingen who knocked out KSC of the DFB Pokal. It was the video of the highlights of that match which took me to the 100,000 mark. It didn’t just nudge me over the line, with just over 33,000 views, it was more like a Johannes Geis free-kick, a real rocket.

Before the summer curse returned, I was happy and very grateful for discovering the phrase “Flick it like Hansi.” I have 11 Freunde to thank for that, and for the following photo, Hansi a gamer, who would have thought:

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Share Your World – 2015 Week #28

Questions.

What is your favorite comfort snack food?

Chocolate chip cookies, not so much because they are my favourite but because they are pretty much the only thing I like to snack on.

If you had to spend one weekend alone in a single store but could remove nothing, which store would you pick? (except food or beverage)

The place I have in mind isn’t open anymore, but it would still be my choice anyway. It was a giant sport store that had everything you could imagine, a football goal, basketball net, a small golfing drive, bikes and trampolines. And lots and lots of football stuff. So many different kinds of goalkeeper gloves and boots to try out. And all those kits. That would be fun. But then a book store or a video game store would be equally fun. I guess a toy store would be the obvious choice, train sets, race car tracks and Nerf guns. But then I’m not sure how much fun that would be alone so I’ll stick with the sports store as my main choice.

What was the largest city you have been to?  What is the one thing you remember most?

London is the largest city I’ve been to. The one thing I remember most is how great it is hearing so many different languages in a short space of time and trying to work out what language it is, and of course keeping a ear out for anyone speaking German or Danish. The other thing I remember most is thinking how much I would most definitely would not want to live there, the films I always want to see may always be showing in London and not here but I would really not like to live there. I don’t know yet if it’s a dislike of this particular city or of cities in general.

Finish this sentence:  It has recently come to my attention that ….

I am way too tired right now and having so many late nights in such a short space of time was most definitely not a good idea, and getting up to watch Freiburg play St. Pauli in a friendly on Tuesday after only four hours of sleep was an even worse one. I’m certainly paying the price for it right now. Being so reckless with getting a good night’s sleep may have not been a bad thing in terms of getting things done, both video and writing wise, but it’s not at all good when it catches up with you as it is now.

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I’m grateful that my World Cup celebration plans all worked out, that I was able to do everything I wanted. And that I got the all important video done in time.

I’m also grateful for the unexpected bonus of not only being able to see the 1990 final again but getting to record it, meaning I now have a copy that is far better quality than the one I already had on DVD, and even better it too has the original German commentary.

This week I’m looking forward to the fact that tomorrow is my final Bundesliga free Friday, it’s not a football free Friday since Dortmund play Bochum tomorrow evening in a friendly which I will be watching in the hope that Roman Bürki will be in the starting eleven. Or that if not, at least he’ll get to play the second half as has been the case in some of the other friendlies so far.