So what does the first day of Christmas bring? Three calendars and three players. Well almost, all the Freiburg one has is a small picture behind the chocolate but that’s where I’m starting. Because even though it’s too small to take a picture of still the rule applies, Freiburg first as always. Waiting behind door number 1 was the ever reliable midfielder Nicolas Höfler.
As for Dortmund and DFB calendars for them I do have images. First up is a trading card of Thomas Müller and then a chocolate wrapper with Marco Reus on it:
And now to something equally special, my sticker of the month, Robert Lewandowski from the Road to Euro 2016 album. He’s so special I needed to get two of him, one for the album and one for my wall of stickers:
Though in terms of awesomeness he may have some competition from this fantastic glitter sticker from the Unser Deutschland album of the German eagle:
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Post number 444 had to be about Jogi, Hansi or the both of them in some way. So with that in mind it’s the perfect time to post pictures of something I actually got a few weeks ago, but hadn’t got around to posting. Two very special DFB fan t-shirts, one with Jogi Löw on the back and the other with Hansi Flick on it, both of them are signed to make them even more special. There’s a whole set of them, you can get player ones too. As happy as I am to get this particular collectible, I wish I hadn’t in one way, the reason being that I really want to wear the damn shirt. They are really cool and I really like the design, plus I don’t have a Hansi t-shirt which makes it all the more annoying. I’m hoping to come across one some day but so far I haven’t seen a single one.
Here are the pictures of the two I do have:
Whilst I’m posting pictures of collectibles, I thought I’d also post pictures of another recent acquisition, two signed VIP passes. One from the Gibraltar game signed by Jogi Löw and the other from the Scotland game signed by Thomas Müller: And to finish a Jogi and Hansi collectible of a different kind, footage of them at last season’s Pokal final. Dortmund and Bayern fighting it out once more, there weren’t as many goals this time around, it ended 2-0 in Bayern’s favour with them scoring the two goals in extra time.
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The rest of them, all but one of them are of Roman, Manuel and Thomas. I don’t have all of the WM 2014 ones yet, neither the German or the UK versions: