Posts Tagged ‘duisburg’

“Nothing” CAN be alright sometimes

Pale 0-0 in Millerntor against a team that still sits under relegation zone. Sounds really bad but only considering the teams’ positions in the table (we’ll probably remain 4th after the end of matchday, MSV 17th, beyond the relegation zone) and…any promotion aspirations that source out of these (get serious, if happens we’ll first have Union  to thank). When the toxicity that created atmospheric alerts in the area around Millerntor gets into the equation, the actual outcome can be different…


A little more than we deserved 😉 (REVISITED)

Hell yeah! Another tricky escape, this time from Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena, thanks to an Allagui header (!), a minute or so after his entrance in the pitch 🙂 Surreal situation in the table, with FCSP having climbed to the outrageous 3rd place and already voices (ffs, get serious people 😂) about promotion being heard. Scum suggests composure and reminds that the distance until the magic number 40 has been reduced to 21 😎


A Bitter/Sweet Season Finale

Season finale at last. Started as super cool, somewhere in the middle we turned to kinda worried but still looking good, a little before the end we started counting points for the relegation zone sweatin’ our pants off and now in this final game we could lay our asses back at our couch and enjoy our beer while watching our beloved Sankt Pauli fuck up once again but this time without any sweat after having secured the stay in the second league, one matchday before.


Above all……Attitude

Debut game for Markus Kauczinski sitting on the Sankt Pauli bench. Our beloved Soridon was up for renovations (a freakin’ barbecue facility at last, right Greg??…Hahahahahahahahahaha). So anyway our joint was busy, so we visited our fellow comrades in the Athens Club , downtown, to watch the game together. Have to admit I’ve never been to their joint since a long time. Their new place in Locomotiva (moved upstairs before a huge flat screen TV)  is really exquisite I have to say. Not precisely what I’d say about the game though. Not good, not bad, it’s just that the attitude of some players seems a bit out of the team for a reason. Let me explain.


Zebras aren’t fast enough for lions!

Victory leaves a sweat aftertaste no one can resist. We were discussing it Saturday night. We had to return to victories. This team has bonded its name to victory and the latest results weren’t so fitting. This Sunday afternoon was the perfect match to regain confidence. Duisburg would barricade itself on defense and we were the ones called to break their granite wall. Something that proved to be really difficult but in the end our will prevailed.


Job Done!

When a matchday happens to take place on Monday, the excitement has one more reason to be there loud. The game takes place on 21:15 which means that after a hard day’s work, I get to chill out with buddies drinking beers’n’stuff while our beloved SP crushes the hell out of the poor bastards who walked in Millerntor just like that thinking they could leave unscarred. Noooooo sir! The Scum gathered and what a pleasant view on our projector. Pitch black outside and so the bugger got to unleash its full color and quality. All looked great. An element missing to make the night a true success was a three pointer from SP. Of Course the boys in brown would not disappoint us.


Prepare the torches….REALLY Black clouds ahead…

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FC Sankt Pauli “survived” with a clean sheet draw at Duisburg, after a much better game than the final score suggests. It could be worse, of course – judging strictly by what happened in the pitch, draw is a result that we should be at least happy with it (such misery). Unfortunately, the way things have turned out in the league table after the late “resurrection” of Bochum and Dresden, we’re not happy… This draw may mean a lot but in the end but it can turn out not worth much either… One thing is sure…Thanks to our choices (as a Club, not as fans!) almost one year ago (birthday coming up by the way) and what followed until the summer preparation kick-off, we’re heading for a spectacular season finale, even if slightly different from what we have imagined – fasten your seat belts, Hell is coming for breakfast!