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Reaction to St. Pauli v Bayern

Postby FCBayernNews » Sun Sep 10, 2006 12:40 am

10.09.2006

St Pauli reserve goalkeeper Patrick Borger spent 115 minutes of Saturday's DFB German Cup tie beating out almost everything Bayern could throw at him, but one ill-conceived flap at a wayward Philipp Lahm cross later, and he was reduced to the role of tragic hero. "I reckon that'll haunt me for the rest of my born days," the despondent shot-stopper lamented afterwards, in stark contrast to the holders' relief at making the next round.

<b>Reaction to St. Pauli v Bayern:</b>

<b>Felix Magath:</b> "One of these days, we'll all recognise that the third division is a professional and not an amateur league. Teams like St Pauli are no amateurs, just having a kick-around for the fun of it. They train as hard as a Bundesliga club, so they're equally fit. St. Pauli really went for it in the first half, and that much determination can make up for tactical and technical deficiencies. It was a great game for the fans, a great game by St. Pauli – but a great game by Bayern Munich too."

<b>Lukas Podolski:</b> "It was a typical Cup tie, it was always going to be hard work, but at the end of the day the result was 2-1 for us. We can probably play better, but we're in the next round, and that's what matters. I'm feeling more and more settled, and I'll get the chance to start sometime soon. I felt I played well today. I came on and got stuck in. Now let's wait and see what happens next week."

<b>Mark van Bommel:</b> "It's the first time I've played 90 minutes this season, and then there were another 30 on top of that. It was hard work, but we kept battling away. We weren't great in the first half, but we took control in the second half and we scored a great goal. We had enough chances to wrap it up in normal time after that, but at the end of the day, we're just delighted to be in the next round."

<b>Andreas Bergmann (St. Pauli coach):</b> "I think that was a very, very good performance from my team. We were especially strong in the first half, but we conceded the equaliser straight after the restart. Bayern dominated after that and showed all their ability. But we fought back and gave a fantastic account of ourselves. It was end-to-end stuff with lots of goalmouth action. That was entertaining football."

<b>Patrick Borger (St. Pauli keeper):</b> "I lost my bearings in goal for their second. I thought to myself, I'm off my line, I wanted to tip it over, but I only got my fingertips to it, only got half a hand on it, and I was left watching in horror. I reckon that's the biggest calamity of my life. I think that'll haunt me for the rest of my born days. I don't think I'll be able to have kids now, because that's all they'll ever hear about in the school yard."
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Re: Reaction to St. Pauli v Bayern

Postby MUTU » Sun Sep 10, 2006 2:02 am

FCBayernNews wrote:Patrick Borger (St. Pauli keeper): "I lost my bearings in goal for their second. I thought to myself, I'm off my line, I wanted to tip it over, but I only got my fingertips to it, only got half a hand on it, and I was left watching in horror. I reckon that's the biggest calamity of my life. I think that'll haunt me for the rest of my born days. I don't think I'll be able to have kids now, because that's all they'll ever hear about in the school yard."


Ridiculous. He was exceptional bar that mistake. But going to the extent of saying the things he said is way overboard. He shouldn't make a big deal out of it, and continue with his normal life. It's not like he's playing for a team which has never lost a match.
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Postby nessa13 » Wed Sep 13, 2006 7:27 pm

i no. ur so rite. hehe... it doesnt matter... ok i mean at least its not the world cup :wink:
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