What channel German football

Mr_Miscellaneous

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In a world that has seemingly changed beyond all recognition, it's cathartic and reassuring to see Hamburg continue their long-held tradition of crushing the hopes and dreams of their fans in the final minutes with utterly dreadful defending.

Now that's out of the way: What the %^*& were they playing at?
 

SSR

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Kind of getting used to the no crowds at games.
Quite enjoyed Hamburg game apart from goal at the end.. :oops:
 

kingboyd1

New Member
I’ll say it again but it’s really not the same without fans in the stadium. It just has the vibes of a pre season friendly for me
 

Wazza

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I’ll say it again but it’s really not the same without fans in the stadium. It just has the vibes of a pre season friendly for me
It doesn’t bother me a great deal. Whenever I watch many English matches on tv I find the crowds awful and switch off really. This is far, far better than nothing - the matches so far have been pretty lively, some can be bloody awful!
 

HeverleeRFC

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As much as it's shite and different I get that, but I'm enjoying it, another step back towards normality. Just need Union Berlin to nick a draw.
 

Wazza

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Good time to bring through some youth players, no pressure on them. Would imagine it’ll happen all over Europe when footballs back.
Not too sure on that mind for this match, no pressure from fans but they will be very keen to make sure they finish in the top 4 Leverkusen.
 
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