028 2016/wk10 - Retirement of Der Stranzler

A mixed bag for the Foals with a 2-2 draw to Augsburg, followed by a convincing 4-0 over VfB Stuttgart before losing to CL-quarter final contender VfL Wolfsburg. Manuel talks you through the games and André Schubert’s change of formation, shifting between a 4-4-2 and 3-4-3. Sadly, centre back Martin Stranzl held a press conference this week to announce his retirement from football at the end of season, an end of an era at Borussia-Park and a personality that’ll be truly missed by everyone. Next opponent is struggling Eintracht Frankfurt, who sacked coach Armin Veh this week to install Nico Kovac, former Croatia-coach.

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017 2015/wk41 - Back on track

Today Conor is your host today, as Manuel is on his round trip through Europe.
Conor is summarizing all important things around Borussia, that includes the game against ManCity, the weekend game against Wolfsburg and the bad news about Yann Sommer’s nose.

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005 2015/wk18 - Refugees Welcome

In this weeks news round up Manuel guides you through the last minute win against Wolfsburg and gives an outlook to the upcoming match in Berlin.
Especially be aware of the great “Refugees Welcome” campaign that is planned by the Borussia fanclub Block B Berlin.
http://www.block-b-berlin.com
info@block-b-berlin.com

Twitter: @block_b_berlin

Manuel wraps up the pod with news.

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004 2015/wk17 - Still On Track

Lucien Favre’s squad failed to continue their winning streak with an entertaining 0-0 at Frankfurt, but is still unbeaten in the last nine Bundesliga matches. Both sides had been eager to walk away with three points from the Friday evening match, but in the end both sides settled for a goalless draw, the first for Eintracht’s manager Thomas Schaaf since January 2012. As usual, host Manuel walks us through the match, continues with a preview of the upcoming home clash with 2nd-place VfL Wolfsburg to finish briefly on current transfer rumors.

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