What’s Next… Matchday 15

Posted: November 7, 2011 by FCSP Athens South End Scum in Zweite Liga 2011-12

While I was wondering what to write in this post about Hansa, a lot of bad ideas came to my head. Logic overcame so, as a good professional, I will only mention the statistics for the games passed and I will not bring up the subject of Hansa being our best “client” for the last 3 years (at least).

Apart from the black matchday 6 back in 2008 where Hansa was racing against a horse with a broken leg in Rostock (3-0), the other three matches in recent history were a piece of cake for the boys in brown.

March 2009 in Millerntor: although the game seemed lost at the end of the 1st period (0-2), St. Pauli came back for the 2nd half with cruel intentions and managed to score three times with Sako (53’), Hoilett (72’) and again Hoilett (84’). Of course the best thing is that Hansa boys didn’t score in the 90’

November 2009 in DKB Arena: after a narrow 1st half with a few highlights, the boys in brown came determined for the 2nd half so Lehmann (77’) and Naki (84’) gave us the three points in two of the five times that Pauli visited the Hansa goal posts.

March 2010 in Millerntor: a year later from the Hoilett party, it was time for Pauli’s top gunners to have a threesome with Hansa. Ebbers in 41’ and Naki in 54’ had the sex of their lives with the Nazi squad. In 57’ things became nasty when Retov played dirty (as usual) and Boll tried to give me a header. The result was two red cards and 20 players in the field for the rest of the game.

Let’s give these Nazi bastards what they deserve (no more professionalism for me) and bring the three points home.


posted by St. John


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