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2008 FREUNDSCHAFT TOUR NACH MOENCHENGLADBACH

Startbeitrag von Graham aus Liverpool am 28.06.2007 20:25

2008 FREUNDSCHAFT TOUR NACH MOENCHENGLADBACH

So, endlich jetzt habe ich, die Spielplan die 2 Bundesliga fuer Borussia Moenchengladbach 2007/2008 saison, jetzt kann ich anfangen um die 2008 Freundschafts Tour nach Moenchengladbach zu plannen, wer hier in Forum moechte naechstes Jahr mit uns nach Moenchengladbach fahren und zusammen mit uns unsere ganz besondere Freundschaft feiern, bitte melden Sie per meine Email addresse, obwohl es gibt ja genug zeit!! Gruss, Graham
Meine Email addresse:grahamlfc@aol.com


Borussia M'gladbach - Termine


2. Bundesliga
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1. FC Kaiserslautern So 12.08.2007 A -:-
1899 Hoffenheim So 19.08.2007 H -:-
1. FSV Mainz 05 So 26.08.2007 A -:
VfL Osnabrück So 02.09.2007 H -:-
Erzgebirge Aue So 16.09.2007 A -:-
FC Augsburg So 23.09.2007 H -:-
FC St. Pauli Mi 26.09.2007 A -:-
Alemannia Aachen So 30.09.2007 H -:-
TuS Koblenz So 07.10.2007 A -:-
1. FC Köln So 21.10.2007 H -:
Greuther Fürth So 28.10.2007 A -:-
FC Carl Zeiss Jena So 04.11.2007 H -:-
1860 München So 11.11.2007 A -:-
Kickers Offenbach So 25.11.2007 H -:
SV Wehen Wiesbaden So 02.12.2007 A -:-
SC Freiburg So 09.12.2007 A -:-
SC Paderborn 07 So 16.12.2007 H -:-
1. FC Kaiserslautern So 03.02.2008 H -:
1899 Hoffenheim So 10.02.2008 A -:-
1. FSV Mainz 05 So 17.02.2008 H -:-
VfL Osnabrück So 24.02.2008 A -:
Erzgebirge Aue So 02.03.2008 H -:
FC Augsburg So 09.03.2008 A -:-
FC St. Pauli So 16.03.2008 H -:-
Alemannia Aachen So 23.03.2008 A -
TuS Koblenz So 30.03.2008 H -:-
1. FC Köln So 06.04.2008 A -:
Greuther Fürth So 13.04.2008 H -:-
FC Carl Zeiss Jena Mi 16.04.2008 A -:-
1860 München So 27.04.2008 H
Kickers Offenbach So 04.05.2008 A -:-
SV Wehen Wiesbaden Mi 07.05.2008 H -:-
SC Freiburg So 11.05.2008 14:00 H -:-
SC Paderborn 07 So 18.05.2008 14:00 A -:- (

Antworten:

Erzgebirge Aue So 02.03.2008 H

da hätte doch tom viel freude dran.

von qu-cee - am 29.06.2007 06:17
Gauf ihr Leitel, wieder mal online!
War bissel stressig die letzten tage, haben doch bei dr Bimm denn Schmalspurbahnhof in Wilzschhaus (Schönheide-Süd) wieder aufgebaut!

Das wehr ja der Knaller, BMG v Wismut, na ja, bloß das ich nach dem Spiel wieder alle aufrichten muß, ...
Gruß dr Tom

Ps.: Falls es jemand interresiert, Pics von der Eröffnung findet Ihr unter Die Bimm

von Stevie G - am 29.06.2007 15:20
das letzte heimspiel ist vielleicht das beste aufstieg feiern und saisonabschluss.;)

von real pat - am 30.06.2007 21:53
Ja, habe ich auch gedacht, 11 Mai 2008 und Liverpool damals spielt auswarts gegen Tottenham am Samstag 10 Mai.

von Graham aus Liverpool - am 01.07.2007 12:38
Das Wochenende 11./12. Mai ist keine gute Idee, Graham. Da bin ich in Liverpool um beim Homecoming aus London den ersten Meistertitel nach 18 Jahren zu feiern! :cheers:

von Kopite - am 03.07.2007 09:57
JA.................HOFFENTLICH HAST DU RECHT!!!!!!!:cheers::-]

von Graham aus Liverpool - am 03.07.2007 13:52
Ja, die 2008 Freundschaftsreise nach Moenchengladbach wird am Freitag 9 Mai 2008 bis Dienstag 13 Mai 2008 sein, um die spiel Borussia Moenchengladbach letzte heimspiel die 2007/2008 saison gegen FC Freiburg zu sehen.
Jeder der interesse hat mit uns entweder zu fahren oder mit uns in Gladbach zu treffen solltenbei mir bitte meleden entweder per SMS oder meine Email addresse: grahamlfc@aol.com, vielen dank. (Graham Agg, Freundschaftsreise organisator)

von graham au liverpool - am 08.07.2007 00:25
Zitat
graham au liverpool
Ja, die 2008 Freundschaftsreise nach Moenchengladbach wird am Freitag 9 Mai 2008 bis Dienstag 13 Mai 2008 sein, um die spiel Borussia Moenchengladbach letzte heimspiel die 2007/2008 saison gegen FC Freiburg zu sehen.


Hallo Graham,
ich habe Dir zwar mal geschrieben das wegen der möglichen Spielansetzungen (Freitags, Samstags, Montags) es am besten wär eine Tour von Freitags bis Dienstags zu planen. ABER die beiden letzten Spieltage finden auf jeden Fall NUR SONNTAGS statt. Darunter fällt dann auch das Heimspiel gegen Freiburg!

Nicht das Du meinst das ich dagegen wäre Euch soooo lange in Mönchengladbach als Gast zu haben, ABER eine "kleinere" Tour wäre dann auch nicht so teuer und man bräuchte auch weniger Urlaub und dann wären bestimmt auch mehr Leute dabei oder ?

Gruß Jonny


von BMG-Jonny - am 09.07.2007 22:37
Ja, Jonny, ich weiss das die spiel gegen Freiburg am Sonntag die 11 Mai ist, und wir machen es so das wenn leute nur Freitag bis Sonntag oder Montag bleiben wollen, dann koennen die so das machen, aber unsere party von diese jahr haben fast alle gesagt das Freitag bis Sonntag, viel zu kurz war und wollen naechstes jahr lange in Moenchengladbach bleiben.
Wenn es gibt Leute die nur Freitag bis Sonntag oder Montag bleiben koennen dann koennen die dass auch machen und trotzdem mit uns fahren.

von Graham aus Liverpool - am 10.07.2007 09:29
Die interesse hier fuer die 2008 Freundschaftstour nach Moenchengladbach ist ja ganz gross geworden. Wahrscheinlich weil wir haben uns ganz grosse schlagzeilen gemacht, in die offiziell "LFC" zeitschrift, die "THE KOP" Zeitung, und die offiziell Liverpool Football Club webseit, sehen Sie hier:-

[www.liverpoolfc.tv]

Wenn Sie moechte in Moenchengladbach naechstes jahr auch uns begleiten, bitte melden Sie entweder hier oder per meine Email addresse, danke, gruss, Graham aus Liverpool

von Graham aus Liverpool - am 20.07.2007 19:08
Bitte klick am link unter:-

[www.thefootballnetwork.net]

von Graham aus Liverpool - am 27.07.2007 17:36
Wir haben schon ueber 40 leute fuer naechstes jahr die Freundschaftstour nach Moenchengladbach und es ist immer noch nuer August!

von Graham aus Liverpool - am 05.08.2007 18:59
Zitat
Graham aus Liverpool
Wir haben schon ueber 40 leute fuer naechstes jahr die Freundschaftstour nach Moenchengladbach und es ist immer noch nuer August!
Das hört sich ja schon mal super an.:spos:

von Spargo666 - am 05.08.2007 20:02
Ja, und hoffentlich kommen noch viel mehr!! Hier unter auf Englisch ist ein bericht alles ueber unser 2007 tour.

Liverpool FC und Borussia MG - Eine ganz besondere Freundschaft


Flight from Liverpool
John Lennon International airport
Leaving Liverpool John Lennon airport on Friday morning at 7.10am on 18 May 2007 on flight to Cologne/Bonn, approximately 40 km from the town of Moenchengladbach.
Liverpool delegation on Friendship visit consisted of Trip organiser Graham Agg, Pat Link, Gary Johnston, (who both were a massive help in helping me to organise this trip) Alec & Paul Douglas, Terry & Rick Craven, John Lees & Dave MacBryde, Dave Crilly and Kevin McEvoy, all from the Liverpool area. Also travelling from Liverpool was Helen Brown who originates from the Midlands and is a staunch Liverpool supporter but who now lives in Burnley.
Travelling from Birmingham International airport to Moenchengladbach via Duesseldorf was Helen's brother Andrew and Jo Morris, Liverpool supporters who reside in Nottingham.
Joining us on our Friendship visit to Moenchengladbach in Germany were German-Liverpool supporters who travelled from all parts of Germany to be with us for a very special weekend. Thomas Kunze from Leipzig, Andreas Leuver from Duesseldorf, Ronald Nuernberger and his wife Kerstin and Son Nick from Braunschweig, Higgi from the German-Reds website, Roland Link, Brother of Pat from Frankfurt, and also a good mate who made an 11 hour train journey to be with us, Markus Rolli from Bern in Switzerland.

When we arrived in Cologne we were picked up by Jan, an official of Borussia Moenchengladbach in official Borussia Moenchengladbach mini-buses with the official Borussia emblem and driven approximately 40 km to the official Borussia Moenchengladbach "Fan Haus".
Greeting us at the "Fan Haus" were my very good friends Thomas "Tower" Weinmann - Gladbach fan liasion officer and Thomas "Jonny" Polcher from the Moenchengladbach Fan-projekt with his girlfriend Tanya..
Breakfast was very kindly laid on for the visitors from Liverpool.
It was followed by a few beers in the "bier garten" outside the "Fan Haus".

30th anniversary Friendship trip to Moenchengladbach

Day 1
Borussia Park stadium tour & a meeting with Christian Ziege


Friday afternoon, a stadium tour of Borussia park and a meeting with Gladbach's new sporting Direktor Christian Ziege was the order of the day, of course, Ziege is an ex-Liverpool player who signed for Liverpool FC in 2002 by the then Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier.

Borussia Park, which was completed in 2004 is a superb new stadium with a 54000 capacity with standing areas behind each goal.
Christian Ziege was superb and answered all questions put to him and posed for photographs with the Liverpool supporters.
He said he was surprised to learn about "die ganz besondere freundschaft" (the very special friendship) between the two clubs.

Day 1 continued.
Friendship trip and evening in restaurant and pub crawl in
Moenchengladbach Alt Stadt (Old town)

We had a superb meal with Jonny, Tanja, Tower, Ralf and Jurg and a few other Borussia supporters in the “Manaman” restaurant, washed down of course with a “few” beers.
Before we began our meal we unveiled our Friendship flag and tied it to the wall behind where we were sitting.
After the meal, my good mates Rick and Terry Craven, who had brought their guitars with them on our visit, began to play some music which was really appreciated by our Borussia hosts and the Liverpool supporters. It wasn’t long before a rendition of “You’ll never walk alone” and “The fields of Anfield Road” began to be heard all over the Moenchengladbach Old Town.
Jonny and Tower then sang Borussia’s theme tune and a few other songs, which helped to make it a great night. The owner of the restaurant was continually taking photos and seem amazed at the atmosphere between the two sets of supporters.
After leaving the restaurant we arrived at the Irish pub in the Alt Stadt and once again our Friendship flag was unveiled to a resounding reception from German and English guests alike.
A pub crawl around a lot of the Moenchengladbach pubs followed, and in every one of them, the flag was unveiled, we met many superb people and the Friendship between the two sets of supporters is as strong as ever.
It was a fantastic night, not to be forgotten, unfortunately with the amount of German beer consumed, the next day it was difficult to remember everything that happened!!


DAY 2

The next day, Saturday 19 May 2007, was match day and Borussia's last home match of the 2006/2007 season at home versus VFL Bochum. We left our hotel (Hotel Amadeao) in the city centre Moenchengladbach to travel by bus to the Fan Haus next to the stadium, we arrived at approximately 1pm and had a "few refreshments". The atmosphere at the Fan Haus was superb, Liverpool and Gladbach supporters mixing together and drinking beer before the highlight of the trip and watching Borussia in their new 54000 capacity stadium in their last home match of the 2006/2007 Bundesliga season. We unveiled our specially commissioned Friendship flag to the Gladbach hordes to great effect, this must have been the most photographed flag in germany this weekend!!
Jonny & Tower then unveiled their special flag to resounding applause, it is a special "JUSTICE FOR THE 96" flag and says "BORUSSIA SUPPORTERS IN SOLIDARITY WITH LFC", absolutely brilliant and well done to everyone involved in making that flag. I asked Jonny and Tower if it would be okay to take the flag with us to Athens for the Champions League final, which they both agreed- superb.
I t was also good to meet Spargo, Higgi from here in German-Reds forum and Marcus who came alll the way from Bern in Switzerland, Tom from Leipzig, who owns the superb website www.lfc4ever.de
After quite a few pints with our great mates from Gladbach it was time to go to the stadium, at approximately 2.45pm, Tower and Jonny came and said it was time to go to Borussia Park to unveil our flag before the "Nord Kurve" - which is Borussia's equivalent to the Kop.
We collected our special passes from Tower, who led us into the stadium and pitch side right next to the players dug-outs, fantastic atmosphere in the stadium even though Borussia had been relegated about 2 or 3 weeks before. At about 3.05pm, Tower led us onto the pitch, were we were introduced to the stadium speaker (I don't know his name). He informed the Gladbach fans that we are from Liverpool and spoke about the 30 year friendship and then eh gave me the microphone to say a few things to these fantastic Gladbach supporters- without doubt, the best fans in Germany. Think about it, an attendance for the last home match versus VFL Bochum of 50001 for a team that has been relegated .................INCREDIBLE.

I took the microphone and in German said......"Es gibt seit schon 30 jahre ein ganz besondere freundschaft zwischen Gladbach und Liverpool und wir in Liverpool denken es ist ganz wichtig um diese freundschaft zu behalten".
I also said........"Ich finde es unglaublich das eine Club mit eine Stadion wie so und mit solche fans ist abgestiegen aber naechstes jahr wir glauben ihr steigen sofort wieder auf"

Nach beide saetze war ein ganz riesig applaus, absolut fantastisch.

I said in German "For 30 years there has been a very special friendship between Liverpool and Gladbach, and we in Liverpool believe it is very important to retain this friendship, hopefully for another 30 years". I also said "I find it unbelievable that a club with such a fantastic stadium and with such fantastic fans has been relegated, but next year we believe you will promoted once again"
After the two small statements there was massive applause, absolutely fantastic.

We then unveiled our Friendship flag to a massive roar from the "Nord Kurve" fans and also the rest of the stadium, we spent about 5 minutes on the pitch showing our flag to 3 sides of the ground and then it happened..............the "Nord Kurve" began to sing "Liverpool, Liverpool" and then what I will remember for the rest of my life they began to sing a perfect rendition of "You'll never walk alone". My good mate Gary was in tears at the end, it was very, very emotional and will live in the memory forever.
We then left the pitch to take our places in the upper-tier behind the "Nord kurve" to the left hand side and settled down to watch the main event, namely Borussia MG versus VFL Bochum.

Borussia against VFL Bochum was a poor match, which ended 0-2 to the visitors from Bochum, a poor display from Gladbach, but what was amazing was the fact the official attendance of 50001 for a tam that has already been relegated - truly unbelievable.
During the match many Gladbach fans came over to shake our hands and wish us all the best for the European Champions League final in Athens.
It is my belief that the Gladbach supporters are without a shadow of a doubt the best supporters in Germany, fantastic people, very very friendly, it was just like being back in Liverpool with so friendly peole.
At the end of the match we made our way back to the Fan Haus to continue the all day party, fantastic atmosphere inside and outside the Fan Haus.
At about 8pm we made the presentations of the two plaques that we brought with us from Liverpool, one of the plaques was made by my two very good friends Pat Link and Gary Johnston, it was made from stainless steel and mounted onto a solid oak frame, absolutely superb.
The other plaque was sent to me by the public relations manager of Liverpool FC, Mr Brian Hall, ex-Liverpool player from the 70's, who I wrote to , to tell him all about our 30th anniversary Friendship trip.
I spoke in German as I, Gary and Pat presented the plaque's to the official Moenchengladbach supporters club, there was great applause from all the Gladbach supporters and then we sang together "You'll never walk alone", amazing atmosphere in the Fan Haus. We also sang "ring of fire" and the Gladbach song "die elf vom Niederrhein" - unbelievable atmosphere in the Fan Haus.

The celebrations went on long into the night and we eventually made our way into the Moenchengladbach Alt Stadt(Old Town) and continued our celebrations until the early hours, I was joined by my very good friend Andreas Leuwer from Duesseldorf, who is a fanatical Liverpool German-Red. I spent most of the night with my good friend Ronald, who made our fantastic DVD of our trip and my mates Gary and Pat from Liverpool and eventually ended up back at my hotel at about 3 am. An amazing day, standing on the hallowed turf of the Borussia Park in front of 50000 people with a microphone in my hand and speaking German to these fantastic supporters of Borussia, it is a day I will NEVER forget.

I am proud to be a Liverpool supporter, but I am also proud to be a Gladbacher.

We are now looking forward to our visit next year, to visit our friends from Moenchengladbach, but first, in January 2008, 150 Galadbach fans will come to Liverpool, and I am planning a big party for their visit, once again to all Gladbach supporters, THANK YOU.


LIVERPOOL FC und BORUSSIA MG - EIN GANZ BESONDERE FREUNDSCHAFT


von Graham aus Liverpool - am 19.09.2007 23:23
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