Dienstag, 8. September 2009
Check out the interesting interview with american soccer player Gina Lewandowski. Gina plays with Ally Krieger for the German powerhouse 1.FFC Frankfurt. Gina won in her first year the tripple (German cup, women champions league and the German league). Before Gina came to Germany. She played for the Lehigh University and was named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year (2004, 2005) and Patriot League Rookie of the Year (2003), she was led all scorers in League 2004 year with eight goals and 16 points.
The German women national team will face England in the finale of the UEFA European Championship 2009 in Finland, this thursday. The German team started very slow against Norway in the semi-finale. In the 10th minute, Herlovsen scored after a corner kick for Norway. German Coach Silvia Neid must found the right words during the half time. With more speed and higher intensity, the german team equalized in the 59th minute by Simone Laudehr. At the end the German team dominated the team from Norway and won 1:3.
Celia Da Mabi (62 min.) and Fatmire Bajramaj (90 min.) scored for Germany.
Kick off: 18:00 in Helsinki
Freitag, 4. September 2009
The German Women's National team will face Italy in the quater final, today. Our German team looked very strong in the group stage. Germany beat France in their frist game with 5:1.Norway got beat 4:0 and Iceland 1:0. Three players already scored two goals in just three games (Inka Grings, Fatmire Bajramaj and Linda Bresonik). The GERMANY SOCCER TEAM wishes the National team good luck for the Italy game.
Two of the GERMANY SOCCER TRAVELER partner clubs are still unbeaten in their league. 1.FC Union Berlin are on the second place in the German 2. Bundesliga. "Eisern" Union won three out of their four games. One tied against league favorite FC. Augsburg.
SC Westend 1901 are smashing their opponents and leading their league with four wins out of four games.
LFC Berlin and BFC Preussen have to raise their game to accomplish their goals for the first round.