Originally Posted by simpleternity
2 questions.......... Is Kiwi commentating all of their games now that he's out? and Does this team ever play David Beckham's team? lol........ He's the only soccer player I have ever heard of... lol...
Hmmm.... unfortunately he's is not commentating all of their games now
It was only a gag of me to start this thread as it is Kiwi's favorite team and because I thought of him when I saw them winning on Saturday
It was something special when Kiwi was reporter from their match. I think it was also because Matthias Stach, who was commentating this football match and who is covering a lot of tennis for TV also, invited him to join. And it was a game on Tuesday that got more attention than it normally would have gotten because it was the only game of the German football league at this time. Normally more games take place at the same time and then it's more unlikely that Premiere (the channel who televises the German football league) invites co-commentators because one single match doesn't get so much attention then because viewers are watching other matches all the time (or they are watching a conference switching from game to game).
The only good chance I see that Kiwi again does something like that is if Hannover has a game on Sunday some time.
Concerning the question if they play David Beckham's team: No.... at least not this season *g* If you are verrrry optimistic and if Real Madrid and Hannover finish both among the top five(?) teams of their domestic leagues they could meet next season
But Hannover is a team that came up from the 2nd German league and for most of these teams coming up from the 2nd to the national top league the main season goal is not aiming for a place that guarantees matches on European level, but they are glad if they just can survive in the 1st league (must be ranked #1 to #15) at the end of the season; otherwise they are relegated back to the 2nd league.
Hannover and Real Madrid are two teams with two very different claims. And financially they are also very different.