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Offline Samuel Vimes

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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #20 on: November 22, 2009, 05:45:57 PM »
In other news, Turbine Potsdam won 4-1 over Frankfurt today, putting some pressure on Duisburg at the front of the Bundesliga. Kaurin did not play, Anja Mittag scored a hat-trick.
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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #21 on: November 22, 2009, 08:12:36 PM »
Brilliant!

I absolutely adore Anja Mittag.

ETA: Full match here, I do believe. Highlights should be under it on the list.

http://tv.dfb.de/index.php?view=1572
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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #22 on: November 30, 2009, 07:34:55 AM »
Today's highlights of Turbine-Potsdam and Bad Neuenahr:
http://tv.dfb.de/index.php?view=1590
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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #23 on: December 16, 2009, 08:24:32 PM »
Today's highlights of Turbine-Potsdam and Bad Neuenahr:
http://tv.dfb.de/index.php?view=1590
Thanks for the link.  Leni did play as a substitute and the clip shows her providing a trade-mark cross from the right for Bajramaj to score.  Also in the clip is the keeper Desiree Schumann who played in Germany v Norway in the U-19 European Cup in 2008 when she made a small mistake that let Ida Elise Enget in to score an equaliser . . . it was the semi-final and Norway eventually won on penalties (then lost to Italy in the Final).
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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #24 on: December 20, 2009, 03:22:20 PM »
Potsdam repeated their result against Frankfurt with a 3-0 in the quarter-final of the German Cup yesterday, stretching their run of wins to 11 (since the 2-2 draw at Duisburg in October) and of unbeaten matches to 20 (since the cup final). A couple of quarters were postponed due to the strong winter hitting Central Europe, but they're joined in the semis by fellow East club Jena, who beat VW...sorry, VfL Wolfsburg 2-1.

Potsdam will spend the two-month winter break leading the league by five goals from Duisburg, eight points ahead of Frankfurt. Their next match is on February 14, away at the largest disappointment of the season, Freiburg.

Stats:

Potsdam: Desiree Schumann - Bianca Schmidt, Babett Peter, Josephine Henning - Monique Kerschowski, Jennifer Zietz, Nadine Keßler, Stefanie Draws - Fatime Bajramaj (Tabea Kemme on 90), Anja Mittag, Jessica Wich (Leni Larsen Kaurin on 68)
Frankfurt: Nadine Angerer - Kerstin Garefrekes, Saskia Bartusiak, Sarah Günther, Alexandra Krieger - Svenja Huth, Meike Weber (Lauro del Rio on 73), Birgit Prinz, Petra Wimbersky - Dzsenifer Maroszan (Sandra Smisek on 59), Conny Pohlers

1-0 Bajramaj 9, 2-0 Keßler 79, 3-0 Mittag 85
yellow cards: Bajramaj (Potsdam); Wimbersky (Frankfurt)
sent off: Günther (72, two yellow cards - repeated infringing)
referee: Bibiana Steinhaus
attendance: 748
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Turbine win the Hallen Cup
« Reply #25 on: January 24, 2010, 02:29:34 PM »
With six wins in six matches the Turbines took the DFB Hallen trophy for the 5th time and the 3rd in a row.  It makes a good start to the year for Turbine Potsdam.

In front of a record crowd of 4341 on Saturday Turbine reached the quarter-finals with a decisive 7-0 win over Tennis Borussia Berlin, with goals by Nadine Kessler (2), Stefanie Draws, Fatmira Bajramaj, Viola Odebrecht, Leni Larsen Kaurin and Babett Peter.

In the quarter-final they faced Wolfsburg.  Anja Mittag scored first after 15 seconds and Turbine raced to 3-0 with goals by Corina Schröder and Viola Odebrecht before Wolfsburg pulled a goal back with their new signing from Norway, Melissa Wiik.

Surprise opponents in the semi were FC Saarbruecken who beat European Champions FCR Duisburg 5-3 in the quarters.  It was their most difficult match.  Turbine had a tricky start before goals scored by Jenny Zietz and Leni Larsen Kaurin.  At the end Kelly Conkrite took a goal back for Saarbrucken.

They faced FC Bayern Munich in the Final.  Both teams concentrated on avoiding mistakes at the start, before Stefanie Draws finally scored.  This was followed up by goals from Nadine Kessler and Lire Bajramaj for the final score of 3-0.

Player of the Tournament was Turbine's Lire Bajramaj.  "I am very proud of this honour, since very many good players could have won it today".  

Turbine Potsdam squad: Desirée Schumann, Anna Felicitas Sarholz, Jenny Zietz, Babett Peter, Stefanie Draws, Anja Mittag, Fatmira Bajramaj, Viola Odebrecht, Corina Schröder, Jessica Wich, Nadine Keßler, Leni Larsen Kaurin.

http://www.ffc-turbine.de/newsmeldung.php?id=15926&s=0910

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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #26 on: May 01, 2010, 08:37:56 PM »
1.FFC Turbine Potsdam became German Women's First Bundesliga champions again today!

Table 01.05.2010 (20 matches of 22 played)

1. 1.FFC Turbine Potsdam 20-53
2. FCR 2001 Duisburg       20-48
3. 1.FFC Frankfurt           20-45
4. FC Bayern Munchen      20-36

02.05.2010
14:00 1.FFC Turbine Potsdam - SC 07 Bad Neuenahr (LIVE on DFB-TV) (0-0HT) 1-0FT
14:00 FCR 2001 Duisburg - SC Freiburg (3-0HT) 5-0FT
14:00 1.FFC Frankfurt - Tennis Borussia Berlin (8-0HT) 13-0FT
14:00 Hamburger SV - FC Bayern Munchen (0-2HT) 1-4FT

Table 02.05.2010 (21 of 22 matches played)
1. 1.FFC Turbine Potsdam 21-56 (German Champion)
2. FCR 2001 Duisburg       21-51
3. 1.FFC Frankfurt           21-48
4. FC Bayern Munchen     21-39

Last matchday 09.05.2010
14:00 VfL Wolfsburg - 1.FFC Turbine Potsdam
14:00 FC Bayern Munchen - FCR 2001 Duisburg
14:00 SC 07 Bad Neuenahr - 1.FFC Frankfurt
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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #27 on: May 03, 2010, 01:56:00 PM »
1.FFC Turbine Potsdam became German Women's First Bundesliga champions again today!

So...is it fair to say they're the best club in Europe right now, do you think?

Season record (league, cup and UEFA): P34 W29 D2 L3 goal difference 134-17

Losses:
Duisburg (A) 0-1 cup semifinal
Duisburg (A) 0-1 UEFA semifinal
Frankfurt (A) 1-2 league round 20

Draws:
Bayern München (A) 3-3 league round 3
Duisburg (A) 2-2 league round 5

Pretty impressive :)
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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #28 on: May 03, 2010, 04:13:28 PM »
@Samuel

So...is it fair to say they're the best club in Europe right now, do you think?

1.FFC Turbine Potsdam might prove that against Olympique Lyonnais in the UEFA Women's Champions
League final on 20 May 2010 in Getafe, if they do, I agree with you!

But ...... during yesterday's match against SC 07 Bad Neuenahr (LIVE on DFB-TV) it became obvious that
34 matches for such a young team might be a little bit too much!!

I don't think that Olympique Lyonnais will have played 34 matches when they meet Potsdam in Getafe.

Potsdam:
League 21 + 09.05.2010 = 22
Cup 4
UEFA 8 + 20.05.2010 = 9
Total 35

Lyonnais:
League 16 + 09.05.2010 + 13.05.2010 + 16.05.2010 = 19
06.06.2010 + 13.06.2010 + unknown date
Cup 4
UEFA 8 + 20.05.2010 = 9
Total 32

Not so much difference: for Potsdam it will be match 35, for Lyonnais match 32

Potsdam:
In goal: Anna Felicitas Sarholz (05.07.1992/17/U19)

Back three: Bianca Schmidt (23.01.1990/20/A), Babett Peter (12.05.1988/22/A), Josephine Henning (08.09.1989/20/A)

Midfield four: Viola Odebrecht (11.02.1983/27/ex-A), Jennifer Zietz (14.09.1983/26/A), Nadine Kessler (04.04.1988/22/A), Tabea Kemme (14.12.1991/18/U19)

Up front three: Jessica Wich (14.07.1990/19/U20), Anja Mittag (16.05.1985/25/A), Fatmire Bajramaj (01.04.1988/22/A)

Reserves:
In goal: Desiree Schumann (06.02.1990/20/U20), Lena Hohlfeld (02.12.1980/29)

Back: Laura Brosius (08.01.1990/20/U20), Stefanie Draws (16.10.1989/20/U23), Corina Schroeder (15.08.1986/23), Sandra Wiegand (15.04.1992/18)

Midfield: Marie-Louise Bagehorn (07.07.1991/18/U19), Carolin Schiewe (23.10.1988/21/U23), Isabel Kerschowski (22.01.1988/22), Monique Kerschowski (22.01.1988/22/U23, injured unable to play)

Up front: Yuki Nagasato (15.07.1987/22/Japan A)

Average age starting eleven: 21,64
Average age squad: 21,50




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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #29 on: May 04, 2010, 12:44:43 AM »
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1.FFC Turbine Potsdam might prove that against Olympique Lyonnais in the UEFA Women's Champions
League final on 20 May 2010 in Getafe, if they do, I agree with you!

I make a distinction between 'best team' and 'winner'. If Lyon win in Getafe they'll have the cup, no one can deny them that, but one shouldn't forget that they've lost to Juvisy and Paris SG - even without Abily & Bompastor - this season. Their overall record, imo, will still be worse than Potsdam even if they do win the Champions League final.
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CL Quarter-final on TV?
« Reply #30 on: March 14, 2011, 09:37:51 PM »
Wednesday 16-03 at 17.45:
FCF Juvisy v FFC Turbine Potsdam 1st match.
The match is listed as live on Norwegian Eurosport http://tv.eurosport.no
UK Eurosport will probably have the same match but they are not saying :)
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Re: Turbine Potsdam
« Reply #31 on: March 14, 2011, 10:53:39 PM »
Eurosport France will show it as well, I know Juvisy negociated quite hard to get the game televised.