Even if not always expressed: I am an ardent supporter of Hertha BSC. This is my absolute favorite team, and on Saturday they played in Leipzig. And I don't want to write at all around it, there was a defeat in Leipzig. I don't even think it was a significant defeat, the exact Numbers in front of me. But – and this is the Crucial thing. from defeats, the players learn, especially when they are still young. What you can learn there exactly, I don't know. Perhaps that it is on the Whole better to win a game. But you can't win every game. Also learning the players of Hertha BSC. Especially in the back-round it is very, very difficult to win games. Of the last six encounters have you learned now already five times that you can't always win. That will eventually bear fruit, I'm sure of it.
In Leipzig, but a lot of other problems, unfortunately. According to a statement from the players had been after five minutes of "match-plan". Imagine the time! After five minutes already! It was with "hanging heads about the place". I think it puts into perspective a lot. 85 minutes without a match plan and with slopes to the heads, across the square sneak – Bayern Munich creates no acceptable result. And after the game the coach has explained that the mood was bad in the Team. He had been the whole week felt. Hey, you! What do you want expect? If you are the head is hanging with a bad mood in the workplace appear no match plan – the are just that damn bad conditions.
I think it is a pity that this young promise will put a full team again and again. So you could, for example, in the last home games not technically attractive football because the turf of the Olympic stadium is so bad. The so. The work does not meet the necessary requirements. Who is actually responsible? The Senate? Plants Kölle? And then the downward spiral of attacks, of course, is clear. Then the heads hang, the match plan is gone, I'll be honest with you – I was in a bad mood.More about
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The Berlin cabaret artist Frank Lüdecke writes every Monday about the football League.