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Welcome to the Borussia Dortmund London Fan Club community podcast, join us for a journey to the heart of the die Suedtribuene, BVB's famous yellow one of the world's great football experiences. On the shows we meet guests from football and update listeners on the BVB news, bringing you the BVB stories that count. You can find the fan club at Facebook.com/Borussiadortmundfanclubengland

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Episode 27 German Language episode - Die Torwart Frage mit Horst Bertram (1971-83) und Rolf Meyer (1981-91)

14.04.2021 08:20:00

Vielen Dank für Ihre Interesse am BVB Londoner Fan-Community-Podcast. Jede Woche geht es darum, eine Facette des Lebens von Borussia Dortmund im Gespräch mit Experten und ehemalige Teilnehmer des Vereinslebens wie Spielern, Fans und Journalisten, die diesen Verein in seiner Entwicklung beeinflusst haben, in unsere Podcast zu entdecken. Nicht zum ersten Mal steht Roman Bürki in der Kritik wegen unbeständige Leistungen, obwohl der Schweizer ein Publikumsliebling ist, hat er nie die unumstrittene Position von Vorgänger wie Roman Weidenfeller, Teddy DeBeer oder Thomas Klos erreicht. Großartige Leistungen werden von schwäche-Phasen gefolgt die das Dortmunder Fußfall Publikum nicht gerecht werden und nun mit der Ankunft des neuen Trainers Marco Rose werden die Stimmen im Verein für ein Transfer immer lauter.  Um dieses Thema zu besprechen und im allgemein das Thema des Torwart Lebens bei Borussia Dortmund zu besprechen haben wir heute in der Sendung mit zwei Torhüter gesprochen mit viel Erfahrung: Horst Bertram stand zwischen 1971-1983 beim BvB im Tor. Rolf Meyer war zwischen 1981-91 zweiter Torwart von Borussia Dortmund und ist aktuell Torwarttrainer beim VFL Osnabrück. Zwei Jahrzehnte und zwei spannende Jahrzehnte im Dortmunder Fußball. Die Themen des heutigen Podcasts:  1. Roman Bürki ein beliebter aber unbeständiger Torwart, welche Stärken, welche Schwächen und welche Zukunft hat der Schweizer in Dortmund? Und wer wäre der optimale Nachfolger? 2. Torhüter wie Kwiatowski, Tilkowski, Immel, DeBeer, Klos, Lehmann, Weidenfeller im Gespräch. Ein Klub, viele Helden aber wer war der beste? 3. Horst Bertram und seine Epoche bei der Borussia, wie er 1971 nach Dortmund kam, ersten Spiele in Stadion Rote Erde.  4. Das neue Stadion Westfalenstadion. Per Anhalter zum Bayern Spiel. UEFA Cup gegen Glasgow Rangers 1982. 5. Rolf Meyer beim BVB, 1981/2 erste Saison in Dortmund mit Horst Bertram und Immel. Highlights von seiner Karriere. Das Leben eines Reservetorwarts der Borussia.  6. Duell gegen Celtic Glasgow im UEFA Cup, der Pokal Sieg von 1989 gegen Favoriten Werder Bremen.   7. Das Leben als Torwarttrainer an der 'Bremer Bruecke' beim VFL Osnabrück.  Wir hoffen, dass euch die Show gefällt. Schickt uns eure Kommentare, teilt die Show mit Freunden und vergesst nicht zu liken. Wenn Ihr den Fanklub kontaktieren wollt, geht das über die Website borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk oder unter Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. Während der Saison sind alle BVB Fans herzlich eingeladen BVB Spiele an unserem Stammtisch in der Naughty Bar in der Londoner Cleveland Street in der Nähe der Oxford Street mit uns anzusehen. Alle Rechte vorbehalten Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020

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Episode 26 UCL preview with Dave Mooney of Manchester City podcast 'Blue Moon' and special guest former BVB and Manchester City midfielder Steffen Karl

07.04.2021 06:49:00

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of Borussia Dortmund's life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life. People like players, fans and journalists who have covered the club and decision-makers and experts who know the world of all our club well. The aim of the podcast is to make this wonderful football club more accessible to non-German speakers. The podcast may also be of interest to German football fans who want to learn or practice English. Our guests are Dave Mooney who is a journalist and football blogger and host of the 'Blue Moon' Manchester City podcast, the most-established show on the club in U.K and Steffen Karl a former Germany U21 international defensive midfielder who played 348 matches scoring 19 goals clubs like Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund as well as other clubs like Hertha BSC Berlin, St Pauli and FC Sion.    On tonight's show we set the scene for the Champions League quarterfinal pairing which kicks off tonight at the Etihad stadium with City as favourites.   1. What should BVB's strategy be? How will City approach the game? There have been 5 ties between the clubs can City beat Dortmund for the first time in their history? What will be City's approach in the face of Haaland?    2. Interview with Steffen Karl; how does he see the tie? What are the strengths and weaknesses on each side and what advantages does each team have? What will be the outcome?    3. Steffen on his own career with Manchester City and how the club contrasts with Borussia Dortmund and the English v German ways of playing.    4. Dave Mooney on what the view is of Borussia Dortmund amongst City fans, historically how does the impression of BVB differ to that of Bayern Munich? Why not being Bayern Munich is key to Dortmund's popularity.    5. The Gundogan factor, how does the popular former 'Borusse' strike the City fans? What impact has he made at City? What future Ilkay?    6. Focus on Erling Haaland is the Norwegian City's target for the summer? Will they be able to meet Dortmund's £100m+ valuation?    7. We discuss the team tactics and line-ups and give predictions plus announce a special guest for the return leg.    The two ties are tonight 6 April (away) and 14 April (home). The Blue Moon podcast can be found at:https://bluemoon-mcfc.co.uk/Podcast/   We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street central London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.

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Episode 25 Say it with flowers - Welcome Marco Rose with Sascha Staat of Ruhrnachrichten

17.02.2021 05:07:00

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of Borussia Dortmund's life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life. People like players, fans and journalists who have covered the club and decision-makers and experts who know the world of all our club well. The aim of the podcast is to make this wonderful football club more accessible to non-German speakers. The podcast may also be of interest to German football fans who want to learn or practice English. It's all change at the Westfalenstadion and with the unrest amongst players and fans alike at the recent string of poor results and only 1 win in the last 6 league games and disappointing draws against both Mainz and Hoffenheim teams which BVB would normally expect 6 points from these home fixtures the head has been on interim coach Edin Terzic.  With key injuries most importantly Axel Witsel in midfield and a defence which has conceded 31 goals already by matchday 21 is looking decidedly critical even accounting for the absence of first-choice keeper Roman Bürki and Dan and centre back Axel Zagadou. Second choice keeper Marvin Hitz has looked poor under pressure and an impressive Thomas Delaney has not been helped by Emre Can having to play in defence and Mo Dahoud being in such poor form.  The club is also going through financial concerns with debts of €70m and players still on reduced wages there have been no winter signings, only U17 international striker Julian Rijkhoff coming in from Ajax Amsterdam to join the academy. Still playing behind closed doors Borussia is missing the crucial 12th man and looking the worse for it now 16 points behind Bayern and of more concern, 6 points from 4th placed VFL Wolfsburg. The agreement with Borussia Mönchengladbach coach for a three-year contract could not have come at a better time but who is Marco Rose and what is at stake this season and for the Leipzig born incumbent coach?   On today's show, our guests are Sascha Staat a German football journalist who works for Ruhrnachrichten Dortmund's main newspaper as well as Eurosport and DAZN TV channels.  1. Current season BVB lie in sixth place in the table and are far off the mark in terms of a champions league place. The defence is far from stable and players like Marco Reus are not in the form to provide leadership. Why the instability?  2. The Roman Bürki enigma, have the weaknesses returned or are the goals being conceded a result of the instability crucially at right and left-back in defence. 3, The pressure is on Mats Hummels but is the pressure beginning to take away his enthusiasm? What should be the ideal line-up at Centre-back? Where should the constant Raphael Guerreiro be playing and which of the current defenders should be on Rose's for sale list this summer?  4. What are issues in midfield without Axel Witsel? Can Borussia rely on Thomas Delaney? Where should Can be playing? Pundit and former international Lothar Matthäus says a player like Matthias Sammer is missing but which players could fill that gap from the current squad? 5. Marco Reus has had uncharacteristic poor form and failed to lead the team in several matches, but is there too much reliance on 17-year-old Jude Bellingham who has had to hit the ground running. Giovanni Reyna has been a revelation but is now rumoured to be on the selling list, he has looked physically less than assertive but would that be a good move. 6. Enter Youssoufa Moukoko could he replace the incredible Erling Haaland, a striker who has scored more times than games played in since joining 1 year ago. Could BVB manage without Haaland and what else is in reserve?   7. What can be expected from Marco Rose in terms of tactical changes, what has been learnt from his style of coaching at RB Salzburg and Borussia Mönchengladbach. Is the slump in the other Borussia's form a concern? Will BVB be able to provide a war chest for Rose in the summer without selling a key player like Sancho? Exciting times at the Westfalenstadion, with the Revierderby coming up at the weekend can the signing of Rose provide some stability?  Sascha's book is 'Borussia Dortmund für Klugscheißer' a book in German with many little known facts on the club, you can buy it on Amazon. We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street central London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.

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Episode 24 The Champions League is back! UCL preview with Vinny Samways former FC Sevilla midfielder.

16.02.2021 21:25:00

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of B​orussia Dortmund's life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life. People like players, fans and journalists who have covered the club and decision-makers and experts who know the world of all our club well. The aim of the podcast is to make this wonderful football club more accessible to non-German speakers. The podcast may also be of interest to German football fans who want to learn or practice English. The UEFA Champions League is back our BVB plays Sevilla FC so time to get a view on the 6 time Europaleague winners  Well-known in England for winning the FA Cup with both Everton (1995) and Tottenham Hotspurs Vinny Samways (1991) played for Sevilla FC in season 02-03 and for Las Palmas between 1996-02 as well as playing with Wolves and Birmingham City. Samways has been active in Spanish football for the last twenty years as a player agent and is also a football pundit on Spanish television and is based in Malaga.  1. Current season Sevilla lie in fourth place in the table and have won the last five games and conceded only 16 goals. What can be expected from BVB's opponents in the two-legged tie? Who are the key players? What are the main strengths and weaknesses of the side? The key danger men in the line-up and how will Sevilla line-up against the BVB team? Vinny's view on the current Borussia Dortmund team and Predictions for the game. 2. Sevilla football club what makes the club special, the history, achievements, traditions, the stadium, local rivalry with Real Betis. 3. Samways season in 02/03 at the Sanchez-Pizjuan stadium playing alongside Dani Alves. 4. Career in the English Premier League with Spurs winning the FA Cups on 91 alongside Paul Gascoigne and Gary Lineker in a team managed by later Barcelona manager Terry Venables.  5. Recollections of legendary Sevilla and Arsenal striker Jose-Antonio Reyes. 6. Predictions for the game and expectations of both teams.  It was of course Michael not David Robinson who was the English TV pundit and former Real Osasuna player. We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street central London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.

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Episode 23 Good Afternoon Herr Oberbürgermeister - Ulli Sierau Mayor of Dortmund 2009-2020

12.02.2021 06:08:00

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of B​orussia Dortmund's life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life. People like players, fans and journalists who have covered the club and decision-makers and experts who know the world of all our club well. The aim of the podcast is to make this wonderful football club more accessible to non-German speakers. The podcast may also be of interest to German football fans who want to learn or practice English. On today's show, the interview guest is the Lord Mayor of Dortmund, and a  life-long BVB supporter Ulli Sierrau studied to be and worked as a town planner at the TU in Dortmund the technical university. He later joined the SPD social democratic party, similar to the Labour party in UK, and was elected mayor of the football city of Dortmund in 2009 and was reelected in 2014 to run the city of over 600,000 inhabitants.     But Ulli is not originally from Dortmund, he was born in Halle in the Eastern part of Germany, his family left the former GDR whilst he was a teenager in the former communist era and moved initially to Wolfsburg where he finished his secondary education before he moved to Dortmund.   Following University Ulli worked in a range of departments of the city of Dortmund and was then elected mayor as a successor to Gerhard Langemeyer as mayor he oversaw many impressive developments including that of the Phoenixsee an artificial lake and waterside neighbourhood in the neighbourhood of Hoerde on the site of the former steel mill of Thyssen Krupp . The project created housing investment worth hundreds of millions of euro and one of the Ruhr valleys most popular locations for cycling and water sports including sailing.    During the 2000's Dortmund has continued it's advancement from former steel and coal-mining city also known of course for its many breweries to a city of high tech and financial services company including of course Signal Iduna. The city is also home to the DFB football museum and is a popular shopping destination and the Westfalenhalle is a very popular conference centre. Dortmund attracts over 1.7m overnight visitors per year including many who of course visit the games of Borussia Dortmund.    1. Ulli's early life and move to Dortmund and university years including studies in Oxford and time working in London. How he came to be a BVB fan.     3. Impressions of BVB including 1989, 95, 2002 the triumphs and the financial crisis of 2005 and the double. The people, the events that made the those special achievements. Stories about Sir Alec Ferguson, Boris Johnson.    4. Mayor of Dortmund and the challenges of the job and achievements including the major development at the Phoenix Lake in Dortmund.    5. The Klopp era, mayor and not a second too soon, overseeing a glorious era the celebrations, the parades and the stars. What's Klopp really like?     6. BVB and Tourism how does the city benefit from football visitors, the UK military past in Dortmund, a connection with the UK that is enduring in the life of the region.   The Bergmann Brewery Kiosk bar is of course at Hoher Wall 36 in Dortmund.   We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street central London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.

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Episode 23 Borussia Dortmund Fan Club London ' Time for a great reset? BVB's Young Generation Mark II' with Jan Perett of Talentscout.net

07.02.2021 01:20:36

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of B​orussia Dortmund's life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life.People like players, fans and journalists who have covered the club and decision-makers and experts who know the world of all our club well.The aim of the podcast is to make this wonderful football club more accessible to non-German speakers. The podcast may also be of interest to German football fans who want to learn or practice English.On today's show, the interview guest is a football blogger and talent analyst specialized in the U15-U19 categories who works for Talentscout.net, a database of almost 800 footballers with top clubs across Europe in that age category. Jan is also a youth football coach in  Fürth, Germany and that at the age of 17 Jan Perett, he is going places and we are delighted to give him the stage.  Hosted by Ben the show today is aimed at shedding some light on a group of young players who moved up from the U19 and U23 teams and to give some background on BVB's winter signing Julian Rijkhoff the Netherlands U17 international striker who joined BVB from Ajax on Wednesday. Julian has been on BVB's radar for two years according to press reports and he is regarded as one of the single most talented strikers at his age in Dutch football right now but who is he? We find out.This BVB team is characteristically loaded with talent, even if they struggle to find the balance in the last couple of weeks, but talking to Jan the 'Next Gen' of players doesn't just include stars like Jude Bellingham and Gio Reyna but there is more to come and it sounds pretty good. So let's take a broader look at the young players who signed professional contracts this season. Who are they? What is their background? What are their national team achievements? Which were their former clubs?  What skills do they have on the ball and which of the first team players are going to be pushed that little bit harder in the next months and years in the first team.Here are the players we will be covering: 1. Julian Rijkhoff 16 Forward, U17, Dutch 2. Angsgar Knauff 19 Rightwinger, First team, U23, German  3. Stefan Tigges 22 Centreforward, First team, U23 German4. Namamdi Collins 17 Centreback, U19,   German/Nigerian5. Tobias Raschl 20 Offensive Midfielder, First team, U23 German6. Luca Unbehaun 19 Goalkeeper, First team, U23 GermanParental permission was obtained to broadcast Jan's performance.We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street central London. All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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German language Episode 22 Happy 111th Birthday BVB Interview mit Wilfried Schiffer Gemeindemitglied Gründungskirche von BVB am Borsigplatz Dortmund, Fan seit den 60er Jahre.

30.12.2020 01:37:00

Vielen Dank für Ihre Interesse am BVB Londoner Fan-Community-Podcast. Jede Woche geht es darum, eine Facette des Lebens von Borussia Dortmund im Gespräch mit Experten und ehemalige Teilnehmer des Vereinslebens wie Spielern, Fans und Journalisten, die diesen Verein in seiner Entwicklung beeinflusst haben, in unsere Podcast zu entdecken. Unseren Gast is heute Wilfried Schiffer ein BVB Stadionbesucher seit den 60er Jahre und Gemeindemitglied von der Gründungskirche die Dreifaltigkeitskirche Borsigplatz wo morgen Feierlichkeiten zum 111 Jahrejährigen bestehen von Borussia Dortmund stattfinden werden. 1. Wilfried Schiffer erzählt über seine ersten Erfahrungen in den 60er Jahre in dem Stadion Rote Erde wo damals 40,000 Zuschauer Platz fanden mit eine einzige Würstchen Bude und eine Kneipe unter der Tribüne inklusive Geschichten zu bekannte Spieler von damals wie Kurrat, Wosab und Assauer.  2. Auf der Südtribüne bei den Relegationspiele von 1986 gegen Fortuna Köln und unterwegs zum dritten Relegationsspiele ins Rheinstadion und eine bombige Stimmung und eine Karawane nach Dortmund 'Fast alle waren damals in Düsseldorf.    3. Die 2 Liga Jahre, 17000 gegen Eintracht Gelsenkirchen, das allererste Spiel im Westfalenstadion gegen Schalke 04 und der Wiederaufstiegspiel gegen den 1 FC Nürnberg. 4. Was aus dem allerersten Sportplatz der Borussia 'Weiße Wiese' wurde. 5.  Meister 1995 'und wie wir damals gefeiert haben', alles stand Kopf, 'mann sollte Reinhard Rauball ein Denkmal setzen' uvm.  Wir hoffen, dass euch die Show gefällt. Schickt uns eure Kommentare, teilt die Show mit Freunden und vergesst nicht zu liken. Wenn Ihr den Fanklub kontaktieren wollt, geht das über die Website borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk oder unter Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. Während der Saison sind alle BVB Fans herzlich eingeladen BVB Spiele an unserem Stammtisch in der Naughty Bar in der Londoner Cleveland Street in der Nähe der Oxford Street mit uns anzusehen. Alle Rechte vorbehalten Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020

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Episode 21 Bert van Marwijk "I dreamt of playing on the other side of the river" BVB head-coach 2004-6, current UEA headcoach

30.12.2020 05:33:00

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of B​orussia Dortmund's life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life. People like players, fans and journalists who have covered the club and decision-makers and experts who know the world of all our club well. The aim of the podcast is to make this wonderful football club more accessible to non-German speakers. The podcast may also be of interest to German football fans who want to learn or practice English. On today's show, the interview guest is the current coach of the United Arab Emirates national team Bert van Marwijk who managed BVB between 2004-06. We apologise in advance for the minor sound unevenness of the recording.   Bert had an active career in Holland and Belgium playing 468 professional matches and scoring 72 goals with clubs including AZ Alkmaar and Fortuna Sittard between 1969 and 1988.  As a coach Bert has managed clubs including Feyenoord and Hamburger SV as well as the national teams of Saudia Arabia, Australia, the Netherlands and his current team the UAE.  On the show Bert spoke about his active playing career, highlights of his life as a coach including winning the UEFA Cup in 2002, managing Dortmund through a challenging the radical financial restructuring of 2005, managing the Netherlands national team at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa in 2010.  1. Childhood and active career in the Eredivisie in Holland, winning the KNVB Cup in 1978, call-up to the Netherlands team, playing in Belgium.    2. Stations of his first years as a coach with clubs including MVV and Fortuna Sittard. The UEFA campaign of 2002 the route to the final via Glasgow Rangers, Inter and Eindhoven, the experience of the 'unforgettable' final at Rotterdam v BVB.    3. Appointed head-coach at Borussia Dortmund, a club on the edge €130m in debt, 'no money for players', discovering and giving Nuri Sahin his debut at 15, that Ebi Smolarek factor, why Tomas Rosicky will always be the player of his generation. 4. A near-miss with Trevor Brooking at West Ham United, seconds away from signing at Upton Park, House-hunting in London 'the weather was an issue, It never stopped raining', ongoing fascination with the Premier League and friendship with Carlo Ancelloti and impressions of Anfield.    5. Prospects for BVB's Young Generation, review and impressions of the quality of the Dortmund current team, Dortmund's pressure points and challenges including why the defence is BVB's number one stumbling block at the moment for any new coach. 6. Life on the sidelines, advice and tips on how to manage and coach a team, insights into the job of managing a team. Bundesliga friends and regular visits to the Westfalenstadion, why 'Dortmund will always be very special'... We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street central London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.

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German language episode - Episode 20 'Roberto Baggio war nicht zu stoppen' - Mittelfeldspieler Steffen Karl (BVB 1990-94)

03.12.2020 01:26:00

Vielen Dank für ihre Interesse am BVB Londoner Fan-Community-Podcast. Jede Woche geht es darum, eine Facette des Lebens von Borussia Dortmund im Gespräch mit Experten und ehemaligen Teilnehmer des Vereinslebens wie Spielern, Fans, Journalisten, die diesen Verein in seiner Entwicklung beeinflusst haben, zu entdecken. Zu Gast auf dem Podcast ist heute Steffen Karl, ein ehemaliger defensiver Mittelfeldspieler des BVB, der auch für Hertha BSC Berlin, den FC St. Pauli sowie für den FC Sion, Valerenga, Hallescher FC und Lokomotiv Sofia und Manchester City spielte.   Der ehemalige deutsche U21-Nationalspieler, der auf allen Ebenen des Jugendfussballs für die ehemalige DDR auftrat und 346 Spiele auf Profi-Niveau bestritt, erzielte 19 Tore. Derzeit ist er Trainer von Grun-Weiss Klaffenbach in der Landesliga, der 7. Stufe des deutschen Fussballs, und leitet eine Kinderfussball-Akademie.  1. Wurzeln im ostdeutschen Fußball mit dem Halleschen FC (3. Liga), spielte mit der DDR-Nationalmannschaft den Durchbruch als Spieler. Einblicke in den damaligen ostdeutschen Fußball.  2. 90-91 kommt Borussia Dortmund ins Spiel. Wechsel zum aufstrebenden BVB, einem Verein, der ein Jahr zuvor mit dem DFB-Pokal den ersten Silberling seit 23 Jahren gewonnen hatte, aber nur den 10. Erste Eindrücke vom Westfalenstadion. Geschichten von Kutowski, Helmer, Klos und Michael Zorc unter Trainer Horst Köppel. 3. 1991-92 Ankunft des "Königsmachers" in der ersten BVB-Saison unter Ottmar Hitzfeld. Verpasst die Meisterschaft aufgrund der Tordifferenz in einer damals aus 20 Mannschaften bestehenden Bundesliga. Ein Angriff, der sich aus den Größen Stephane Chapusiat und Flemming Povlsen sowie Frank Mill zusammensetzte. Zu den Höhepunkten der Saison zählten die Heim- und Auswärtsschlachten gegen die Bayern. 4.  Marsch ins UEFA-Pokal-Finale 1992/93 über Celtic, Real Zaragoza und Roma. Das Halbfinale gegen Auxerre. Marking Roberto Baggio im Finale gegen Juventus. Eine Saison, in der der BVB als Vierter ins Ziel kam, Stefan Reuter der Quereinsteiger in der Abwehr, Freundschaft mit dem oft missverstandenen Matthias Sammer.  5. 1994/95 "The Citizens" Manchester City unter Brian Horton, Storys zu 'Rocky' Rocastle, Niall Quinn, Steve McMahon und Georgi Kinkladze. Freundschaft mit Uwe Rösler, das einmalige Manchester-Derby spielt und wie der Verein vor dem Abstieg bewahrt wurde. Was Maine Road so besonders machte und die anhaltende Liebe zum englischen Spiel.  Wir hoffen, dass euch die Show gefällt. Schickt uns eure Kommentare, teilt die Show mit Freunden und vergesst nicht zu liken. Wenn Ihr den Fanklub kontaktieren wollt, geht das über die Website borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk oder auch in der Online-Gruppe unter Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. Während der Saison seit ihr herzlich wilkommen BVB Spiele an unserem Stammtisch in der Naughty Bar in der Londoner Cleveland Street in der Nähe der Oxford Street mit unsere Mitglieder mit anzusehen. Alle Rechte vorbehalten Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020

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Bonus show Episode 19 with the Blood Red Liverpool FC podcast: Good evening Philip Degen! BVB defender 2005-8/Liverpool 2008-11

25.11.2020 04:34:00

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of B​orussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life. People like players, fans and journalists who have covered the club and decision makers and experts who know the world of all our club well. The aim of the podcast is to make this wonderful football club more accessible to non-German speakers. The podcast may also be of interest to German football fans who want to learn or pratice English. On today's show, Matt Addison of the Liverpool FC Blood Red Podcast, and Ben, interview Philip Degen a BVB defender who played in Dortmund between 2005-08. Degen also played for the 'Reds' at Anfield between 2008-11.   Now a football agent, he went on to play for VFB Stuttgart in 2010/11, before finishing his career at home club FC Basel from 2011- 2016. In terms of his International career, Degen gained 32 caps with the Switzerland national team at senior level and played at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany and 2008 European Championships which was played across Austria and his home country. On the show the 37 year old former player talks about his three seasons at Westfalenstadion in which he notched up 68 appearances.  In terms of finishes during, Degen's stay with our 'Schwarz-Gelben' at Westfalenstadion, Borussia finished just outside the European qualifying spots in 7th in 05/06 and 06/07 and 13th in 07/08. Although hampered by injuries which resulted in gaining only 68 appearances with BVB, a highlight for which the Liesetal born defender, who could also play on the right-wing, will be remembered was an outstanding goal in a memorable 3-3 draw at Bayern Munich in season 2005/6.  With Liverpool Degen narrowly missed out to Manchester United on the Premier League title in season 2008/9. In 2009/10 the 'Reds' reached the semi-final of the Europaleague where they were knocked out by eventual winners Atletico Madrid. In 2010/11 the Anfield based club finished in 6th spot under coach Kenny Daglish.  In 2010/11 Degen moved to VFB Stuttgart reaching the last 16 of the Europaleague and finishing 12th in the league. In 2011 Degen returned to his home country of Switzerland and joined FC  Basel where he achieved his most important successes including four successive Swiss Super League titles and the national cup in 2011/12 before retiring in 2016.  On the podcast Philipp shares his memories of his active career, talking about the characters and personalities he worked with along the way. He gives advice on what it takes to reach the professional level of football as well as insights into being a football agent. He also shares recollections of his appearances at the European Championship and Germany 2006 FIFA World Cup. Plus why Jude Bellingham is the hottest prospect in European football right now and how a certain Bradley Fink, a young English-born Swiss striker who is currently with BVB U-19s,  could be shaping up to become one of BVB's brightest stars in the year's to come.  We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street central London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.

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German language Episode 18 - Mittelstürmer Bernd Klotz (81-84) 'Dortmund war damals ein anderer Klub'

17.11.2020 00:45:00

Vielen Dank für Ihr Interesse am BVB Londoner Fan-Community-Podcast. Jede Woche geht es darum, eine Facette des Lebens von Borussia Dortmund im Gespräch mit Experten und ehemaligen Teilnehmer des Vereinslebens wie Spielern, Fans, Journalisten, die diesen Verein in seiner Entwicklung beeinflusst haben, zu entdecken. Unser Gast heute ist Bernd Klotz ein Stürmer der auch als offensiver Mittelfeldspieler spielte. Er absolvierte 329 Profispiele und erzielte 83 Tore bei Borussia Dortmund zwischen 1981-84 sowie beim VFB Stuttgart, Fortuna Düsseldorf, Waldhof Mannheim und Fortuna Köln. Klotz spielte auch 8 Mal für die deutsche U21, wo er neben Littbarski und Matthäus und dabei 2 Tore erzielte.   1. Wurzeln beim VFB Stuttgart, erster Profivertrag, Spiel mit, Freundschaft mit Joachim Löw und Torhüter Eike Immel.  2.  Saison 81/82 Das 500,000 DM Transfer Klotz zum BVB.Training mit Branko Zebec, "Die Gerüchte über das Trinken wurden niemals bewiesen", sein Trainingsstil, seine Persönlichkeit. Erste Eindrücke von Michael Zorc in seiner ersten Saison nach dem Aufstieg aus der U19-Mannschaft. Rolf Russmann war "der Boss", wir hätten Meister werden können, wenn Zebec geblieben wäre.  3. Saison 82/83 Ein neuer Trainer Kalli Feldkamp gefolgt von Reinhard Saftig, ein Hattrick gegen Arminia Bielefeld beim 11:1, ein neuer Spieler aus Rumänien Marcel Raducanu "der Ball klebte an seinen Füßen wie Klebstoff", die Geschichte hinter der Pony-Marke und den BVB, Lothar Huber der König der Flanken, Sieg und Tore gegen Bayern München.  4. Saison 83/84 "Zu viel Instabilität beeinträchtigte unser Spiel", Drei Trainer in einer Saison Franz, Konietzka und Tippenhauer. Schalkes Abstieg in die 2. Liga, Derby-Erinnerungen. "Wir wussten, dass die Situation des Klubs kritisch war" und die härtesten Bundesliga-Konkurrenten der Liga auf dem Spielfeld zu dieser Zeit und ein erstaunliches Spiel gegen den FC Barcelona gegen Maradona. 5. Wechsel zu Waldhof Mannheim unter Klaus Schlappner mit Jürgen Kohler, 2. Liga-Meister mit Fortuna Düsseldorf und ein Angebot von Sevilla und Deutschland U21 und Olympiamannschaft.  6. Der BVB von heute ist mit dem von damals kaum zu vergleichen". Der Trainerschein, das Leben nach dem Sport, Geschäfts- und Familienleben und das Interesse an der Premier League. Wir hoffen, dass euch die Show gefällt. Schickt uns eure Kommentare, teilt die Show mit Freunden und vergesst nicht zu liken. Wenn Ihr den Fanklub kontaktieren wollt, geht das über die Website borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk oder auch in der Online-Gruppe unter Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. Während der Saison seit ihr herzlich wilkommen BVB Spiele an unserem Stammtisch in der Naughty Bar in der Londoner Cleveland Street in der Nähe der Oxford Street mit unsere Mitglieder mit anzusehen. Alle Rechte vorbehalten Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020

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German Language Episode Ep. 17 - Mittelstürmer Will 'Ente' Lippens (1975-79) 'Ohne Fans ist es Kacke"

17.11.2020 02:05:00

Vielen Dank für Ihr Interesse am BVB Londoner Fan-Community-Podcast. Jede Woche geht es darum, eine Facette des Lebens von Borussia Dortmund im Gespräch mit Experten und ehemaligen Teilnehmer des Vereinslebens wie Spielern, Fans, Journalisten, die diesen Verein in seiner Entwicklung beeinflusst haben, zu entdecken. Unser heutiger Gast zu seinem 75. Geburtstag ist ein hervorragender Mittelstürmer, der in 336 Profispielen 242 Tore erzielte - eine spektakuläre Leistung und ein großartiger Charakter, der von den Fans für seinen Sinn für Humor und seine kleine Statur geliebt war und von den Verteidigern wegen seiner Trefferquote gefürchtet wurde - Willi "Ente" Lippens.  Willi Lippens wurde 1945 in Bedburg, Hau, einem Dorf in der Nähe von Duisburg, geboren, er spielte als Mittelstürmer zwischen 1966 und 1982 bei Borussia Dortmund, RW Essen, RW Oberhausen und Dallas Tornado in der Nordamerikanischen Liga.  1. Aufgewachsen im Schatten des Zweiten Weltkriegs und der kuriosen Geschichte eines wohlwollenden örtlichen Schornsteinfegers, des ersten Profivertrages beim RW Essen und eines ersten Hattricks beim 10:1-Sieg beim 1.FC Muelheim.  2. Borussia Dortmund klopft in der Saison 76/77 bei Lippens an. Er spielt für den neu aufgestiegenen BVB unter Otto Rehagel, Auswärtssieg bei den FC Bayern, 50.000 im neuen Westfalenstadion und Geschichten von Erwin Kostedde und Mirco Votava. 4. Spielzeit 77/78 Eine 12:0 Klastsche gegen Borussia Mönchengladbach die Geschichte hinter Dortmunds schlimmster Niederlage, ein Trikot mit Samson und ein Löwe auf der Brust, und grosse Rivalität und Freundschaft mit Sigi Held.    5. Saison 78/79 Ein 17-jähriger Torhüter Eike Immel macht einen sofortigen Eindruck, Spiele gegen "Mighty Mouse" Kevin Keegan, Vergleich mit Jadon Sancho und der 'in der Bundesliga damals kamen die Verteidiger mit Mord davon". 6. Ruhestand, Familienleben und die Liebe zum englischen Spiel und zur Premier League. Eines vorab, Sorry BVB Freunde, Durchfall ist natürlich das Wort was gefehlt hat.  Wir hoffen, dass euch die Show gefällt. Schickt uns eure Kommentare, teilt die Show mit Freunden und vergesst nicht zu liken. Wenn Ihr den Fanklub kontaktieren wollt, geht das über die Website borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk oder auch in der Online-Gruppe unter Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. Während der Saison seit ihr herzlich wilkommen BVB Spiele an unserem Stammtisch in der Naughty Bar in der Londoner Cleveland Street in der Nähe der Oxford Street mit unsere Mitglieder mit anzusehen. Alle Rechte vorbehalten Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020

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Episode 16 The Centreback former Norway international Andre Bergdølmo (BVB 2003-05)

26.10.2020 01:26:45

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of B​orussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make this wonderful club more accessible to non-German speakers but the podcast is also of interest to German football fans who speak English. Our guest on podcast 16 has since 2016 been a coach with Norwegian second tier (1. divisjon) team Sarsborg 08. As a player he played as a full-back and won 6 championships and 3 cups in Norway, Denmark and Holland, as well as being voted player of the year in his home country in 2002.  He played for Borussia Dortmund under Matthias Sammer in 2003/4 and then Bert Van Marwijk in season 2004/5 our guest is 64 time Norway international André Bergdølmo and here is our show: 1. Roots in Norwegian football - Learning the ropes with Lillestrom and winning championships with the 'kings of the Norwegian game' Rosenborg.   2. Big transfer to Ajax - Three seasons in Amsterdam, winning the KNVB and Super Cups alongside greats like Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Jari Litmanen and Wesley Snijder and why Andre turned down Portsmouth FC for Dortmund. 3. Season 2003/4 An offer from the Premier League why BVB? Welcome to Borussia - In a season hit with key injuries to Evanilson, Metzelder and Frings there were big shoes to fill what were the first impressions of Borussia Dortmund under Matthias Sammer and the  Westfalenstadion? Memories of colleagues of Ewerthon, Amoroso and Stefan Reuter, Champions league v Brugge and the UEFA cup campaign.  4. The second season with Bert Van Marwijk in 2004/5 memories of Weidenfeller, Dede, Rosicky and Kehl, Ebi Smolarek and the mighty Jan Koller, that Nike kit, the 14th March a day no BVB fan will ever forget but what was it like for the players? 5. FC Copenhagen - UEFA cup v Celtic, Campioni, winning the Danish Championship.  6. The Norwegian national team - The 2000 European Championships, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Alf-Inge Halaand and friends. Thoughts on Erling Haaland and the current Norwegian generation.  An apology Steinar Pedersen did in fact of course play two seasons for BVB 1996/7 and 97/98. We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.

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Episode 15 Fan Kultur - Premier League v Bundesliga fan culture

23.10.2020 01:17:45

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of B​orussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make this wonderful club more accessible to non-German speakers but the podcast is also of interest to German football fans who speak English. The focus of the show is on fan culture in UK vs Germany.  Borussia Dortmund has some of the most loyal and committed fans recognised around the world and the highest attendance of any football club in the world at over 81,000 average per game but what is it that makes German fan culture so unique?   What is it that draws so many UK fans to the Bundesliga and BVB week in week out? How does UK fan culture compare? Have we lost our fan atmosphere in UK football grounds? Is English football too commercial? What can we learn from the Bundesliga and BVB? This show is a fan culture special.    Football without the fans is nothing as Jock Stein the great Scottish coach said and empty grounds because of Covid-19 are a major threat to world football on tonight's show Phil and David join Ben along with our special guest Phiilipp Buchner sports presenter with RBB Radio Radio Berlin Brandenburg to debate one of our game's most important issues do we still get a football experience we recognise in England?   Here's the show's rundown:    1. Ticket pricing: Always a hot topic is the cost of actually going to watch your club.  In England we are lead to believe that German football is a lot more affordable. With Arsenal charging over £2000 for a season ticket almost 8 times as much as a season ticket at Borussia Dortmund (€230) is English football pricing us out of the game? 2. TV games and fixture times: Pre COVID football across Europe has been moving games for TV with little regard for match going fans.  There have been protests in Germany against Monday night matches but they persist in the second tier 2 Liga, is fixtures scheduling a problem fans in the Uk and Germany share? What can we do about it?  3. Matches during COVID-19:  Its good to see fans back in German football albeit tiny numbers of locally based fans. Whilst in England you can only attend football in the 7th tier in crowds up to 600.  Is this a sacrifice worth taking?  How have the steps Germany has done to get fans back and how its been received?  What about piped crowd sound is it a valued innovation or just another gimmick? Does football even matter when people are losing their lives?  4. Hardcore fans and ultras: In England we see Ultras not as a hooligan but as a group that take their support to the next level organising massive choreographies and displays in grounds, organised fans that have influence with the clubs to an enviable level but is it too much? Who are the Ultras really and what do they do?  Is fan culture dead in the UK?  5. Safe standing: How is it seen in Germany? Is standing just a cheaper option or the option of choice? Does it improve the atmosphere? Should we bring this back in the UK?  6. Atmosphere in the grounds: Atmospheres at Premier league games are often dull for many reasons.   Germany is seen a leading light in match day atmosphere, is the case and if so is working for German football and what are we getting wrong in England? 7. Safety at games for away fans: Away fans in England are often treated as second class citizens by match day stewards and police but it’s a lot safer now to attend games as an away fan in the UK than it was 20 years ago but German fans travel to domestic away games in greater numbers and the rail travel is free how does it work? With half of clubs being able to survive on media income alone do fans still count in the Premier League?      We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.   

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Episode 14 The TV Presenter: Raphael Honigstein - The season preview, let's talk Borussia's Bayern challenge..

18.09.2020 09:26:00

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of B​orussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make this wonderful club more accessible to non-German speakers but the podcast is also of interest to German football fans who speak English.   The focus of the show is a Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund, two titans of the German league and yet not a battle of equals, Bayern have a turnover of €300m more than Die Schwarz-Gelben. But the Meisterschaften of 2019 and 20 have been amongst the exciting and promising in recent years, with more than a hint of potentiality for a major upset to the benefit of the boys from the Westfalenstadion.   Raphael Honigstein is one of the leading football broadcast journalists in the UK who feeds the appetite in UK for the fan's favourite football league, the Bundesliga, well-known to viewers of BT Sport TV as a pundit, a commentator on Talk Sport and a writer for amongst others the Süddeutsche Zeitung. Also an author of a number of books including 'Bring the noise' on BVB's former and current Liverpool gaffer Jürgen Klopp and 'Das Reboot how German football reinvented itself and conquered the world', originating from Bavaria a life-long FC Bayern Munich fan.   Topic 1 - Bayern in short why are they where they are at this time? Bayern have won all the Bundesliga titles since 2013 and now the triple they have an excellent squad including and Hansi Flick has exceeded everyone's expectations. What is the impact on German football?    Topic 2 Dortmund as an area is less industrially successful than Munich and so BVB has to rely on fan power which they manage admirably they have the biggest gate in the world and make €4m per home game and BVB run a very tidy ship with a €0.5bn turnover and €30m profit in 19/20 but have been for many years unable to hold the big names like Hummels and Lewandowski and some label Dortmund a 'selling club' but is there another reason players leave? What is the reason for BVB's pain in the face of the Munich juggernaut?    Topic 3 What about the way the two clubs are run? The management structure? The technical staff, what difference do Matthias Sammer and Sebastian Kehl at Borussia make? Borussia have one of the most talented squads since the 2011/12 double-winning season but is the number 1 spot in the German league title on the cards with the current squad? What are the areas BVB need to make up the numbers in?    Topic 4 There have been a run of managers since Klopp left without finding the 'special one' Was it a mistake to sack Tuchel? Lucien Favre's tactics are getting points and record numbers of goals but is he a winner? His last title was 9 years ago and in the Swiss League. Is he the one to mould the 'New Generation' into a silverware-winning team and we take a look at some of those coaches who Watzke and Zorc may be running the ruler over for the a potential change of guard.    Topic 5 As on every show we find out what our guests own experiences of going to Westfalenstadion are, can a Bayern fan still admire the home of the Black and Yellow? What does Borussia Dortmund mean in Germany as a club? Plus we get Rapha's Predictions for the top places in the 20-21 Bundesliga season ahead.   On the eve of 20-21 Colm and Ben of Fan Club London take the pulse of German football, can the fan's league of choice survive another Bayern title? Plus Colm works on his German pronunciation skills and Ben discovers Rapha and him have more in common than they realised and share a common appreciation for some of the grounds around England.    We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020.     

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Episode 13 Scottish Premier League 20-21 Season Preview with Chief Executive Duncan Fraser of Aberdeen FC

06.08.2020 01:31:21

Thank you for your interest in the BvB London fan community podcast with the summer break in full force in the Bundesliga and BVB at their annual training camp at Bad Ragaz on today's show we head back to Scotland to get a preview of the 20-21 season that has just kicked off.  We share an hour with Duncan Fraser who for the past 18 years has been a director of Aberdeen FC 9 of which were spent as CEO a position which he resigned from in June 2020. He is currently Scotland's FIFA Commissioner and a UEFA delegate. On the show, Duncan gives a rare insight into life at the top of a top tier football club and working Scotland's corner within the not always uncontroversial European governing bodies.  A chartered accountant by training, Duncan is a life-long Aberdeen fan and he has been involved with the club as club secretary, operations director, managing director and CEO. During the 17 years at the club, The 'Dons' as Aberdeen are known won the Scottish League Cup in 2014.  Aberdeen FC have never been relegated from the top tier of Scottish football and have won the title 4 times, the Scottish cup 7 times and the League cup 6 times. The crowning achievement for the club who play their football at Pittodrie stadium was the 1983/84 UEFA European Cup Winners cup and Super Cup under manager Sir Alec Ferguson.  Topics on the show:  1. Introduction to Duncan, how did he come to be in football, his life with Aberdeen FC and what he has learnt from managing a football club. 2. An introduction to Aberdeen FC and Pittodrie stadium, the great players and managers what makes this club unique? What about the fans of the 'Dons' what makes them special?  3. Preview of the 20-21 SPL season, will Celtic make it 10? Will Stevie Gerrard survive the season? Will it be a two-horse race again? Where will Aberdeen finish? Who will be this season dark-horse? Predictions for the season finishers?   4. The Scottish national team and the European qualifiers, who are the bright young players in Scottish Football to look out for? What have been the challenges of Scottish football since the glory days up until the 80s?  5. How is safe standing working in Scotland? Do you think it will be a success? Duncan shares his view on safe-standing and Bundesliga audiences as well as his experience of German football and Borussia Dortmund and the 50+1 form of ownership in Germany.   6. Being Scotland's FIFA commissioner and a UEFA delegate, what direction are the reforms of the governing bodies going? Are the UEFA Nations League and new third tier for clubs the conference 'viable' or is this more watering down of football? 7. Are we likely to see a new competition replacing the Champions League? A Euro 2020, now postponed across Europe, is UEFA out of touch with climate challenges? Should football be doing more in this respect?  The football plan that is mentioned in the podcast that influenced the developments at the DFB was a plan developed by former Leeds United manager Howard Wilkinson initially for the FA in 2000 substantial parts of which were implemented according to Wilkinson by the DFB in an article in The Times in March 2012.   You can find the fan club at the usual social media tags. We hope you enjoyed the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 12 A Striker's story England hero Tony Woodcock (Active 1974-90)

30.07.2020 01:37:41

Welcome to the BvB London fan club podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of Borussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make our BvB more accessible to non-German speakers in particular.   On today's episode, fan club president Ben welcomes BVB fan Mark Sheppard and Tony Woodcock a former striker whose clubs include Arsenal, 1 FC Köln and Nottingham Forest. Tony also won 42 England caps scoring 16 goals for the England national team including at the FIFA World cup 1982 in Spain. Playing 432 games at elite level, Woodcock scored a total of a stunning 139 goals. Tony won the European cup, now UEFA Champions League in 1979 with Nottingham Forest having already won the 1978 English first division, now renamed Premier League, title with the same club. A recent poll of Arsenal fans ranked Woodcock 48th in the all-time list of Arsenal's best players. The prolific striker also played for during two stints with 1 FC Köln in the Bundesliga. Tony now runs his own financial business and is a father of four. Topics on the show:    1 The beginnings in football and Nottingham Forest, how he came to be a pro footballer, his debut, working under Brian Clough, winning the European cup, the ascend from the second tier to champions, an unparalleled achievement in English football, players who made the biggest impression plus loan spells with Lincoln CIty under Graham Taylor and Doncaster Rovers.    2 The move to the Bundesliga and a record signing for 1 FC Köln. A massive welcome by 10.000 supporters in Cologne. Why a club like Cologne? Former team mates Dieter Müller, Toni Schumacher and Pierre Littbarski and Bernd Schuster,  the 79-80 DFB Pokal final. 81-82 just missed out on the title to then European Cup (now UEFA Champions league) winners HSV by 3 points, top scorer at 1 FC Köln with 15 goals.    3 Arsenal transfer What attracted him about Arsenal, scoring 5 in one game v Aston Villa, a goal tally of 56 goals a great achievement, that North London rivalry, the great characters that stood out Tony Adams, Martin Keown, Rocky Rocastle, George Graham unforgettable stories from Highbury.   4  Back to 1 FC Köln Friends and teammates including soon to be BVB stars Thomas 'Icke' Haessler, Fleming Poulsen, Juergen Kohler all BVB stars later, Stefan Engels, the Allofs brothers, an injury and friendship with Bundesliga stars of the time like Marcel Raducanu plus why the connection with 1.FC Köln and the people of Cologne is so strong.   5  A sensational England career  Kevin Keegan, playing Germany at the FIFA World Cup, memories of Terry Butcher, Bryan Robson, Bobby Robson the team coach, highlights of an international career playing against some of the greatest stars of World football including Zico and Maradona.    You can find the fan club at the usual social media tags. We hope you enjoyed the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 11 The Goalkeeper: Dennis Gentenaar BVB (05/06)

11.07.2020 01:18:39

Welcome to the BvB London fan club podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of Borussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make our BvB more accessible to non-German speakers in particular.   Dennis Gentenaar a UEFA C licensed goalkeeping coach currently with Al Wahda FC in United Arab Emirates talks to Ben. Dennis is a former keeper who played with Borussia Dortmund in season 05/06 where BVB finished in 7th spot. His former clubs include Ajax Amsterdam, NEC, Venlo and Almere City in Holland playing 270 matches at pro level. Dennis is now a squad member of the Borussia Dortmund legends team. Topics on the show:   1 How did Dennis's career kick off with NEC, how did he come to be a pro footballer. When did he sign his first contract? What was his debut like? A total of 10 years with NEC including an amazing UEFA Cup campaign and an infamous fan pitch invasion. Working under Johan Neeskens one of the greatest Dutch players. The club's rivalry with Vitesse Arnheim and being elected 2003 dutch keeper of the year.   2 BVB in 05/06 Working with Bert Van Marwjik in a season where BVB finished 9th and our club was battling the biggest financial crisis in it's history. Signing for a legendary club. A debut against Mainz 05.  Great friendship with Ebbi Smolarek. Stories of Lars Ricken, Christoph Metzelder and the South-Africans Buckley and Pienaar, Dede's pool parties, Nuri Sahin starts his career at Westfalenstadion. Recollections of being the understudy to Roman Weidenfeller. Living in Dortmund what makes it a unique football city.     3 Three seasons with the mighty Ajax Amsterdam, why winning the KNVB Cup in 2007 was surprisingly not the ultimate highlight. Playing alongside Huntelaar, Snijder, Davids, Rommedahl. Luis Suarez emerges with a 34 goal haul and golden boot and is voted player of the season What is unique about Ajax?   4 Later career with Almere and Nijmegen. A return to NEC where he remains one of the most popular keepers, an amazing goodbye. What is the real contrast between the Dutch and German leagues which is the most challenging and why?    5 What makes the role of goalkeeper unique? What special skills does it take? Life as a goalkeeping coach in the desert and Dennis's pride in seeing his son Dayan on the path to pro football in UAE.     You can find the fan club at the usual social media tags. We hope you enjoyed the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street London.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 10 Borussia Dortmund London Fan Club Podcast 1.FC Kaiserslautern bust, seriously?! With Nik Wildhagen of Talking Fussball

28.06.2020 01:09:00

Welcome to the BvB London fan club podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of Borussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make our BvB more accessible to non-German speakers in particular.   In a week where the Meisterschaft is decided and Bayern have taken the honours , again, Borussia Dortmund are confirmed finishing in second in the league for the 09th time as 'Vizemeister' (second-place finishers) it's time for a tactical diversion.   Ben heads to the South-West of Germany. On tonight's show we look at one of BVBs old rivals over the decades who is now facing huge challenges to survive as a professional club like a number of others they have been badly affected by the pandemic but have also suffered years of mismanagement and have now this week gone into voluntary administration; four-time champions 1 F.C Kaiserslautern.    How could that have happened to such a big club? Is this a one-off or is there an underlying weakness below the 2 Liga in German football? Ben's guests are Mark Sheppard and Talking Fussball editor Nik Wildhagen, Nik is a journalist with a passion for historical clubs of Germany and on the show.   Kaiserslautern is a club steeped in history and should be on any groundhoppers bucket-list.  We explore how a club who won the Championship as recently as 1998 with a stadium with an average following of 18,000 spectators even in the third tier could be facing insolvency. What are the factors that have contributed to the relegation of '1FCK' and the factors into the crisis and we explore the club's history in the Bundesliga and in European competition.     As every week, we contrast this with English clubs, this time we look at Leeds United in the 1990s who faced a similar plight which it has taken them twenty years to recover from as they knock on promotion to the Premier League in the last weeks of the 19-20 season.    We look at the wider challenges of the 2 and 3 Liga and Regionaliga clubs, the second, third and fourth-tiers of German football. Who are the former Champions and DFB Pokal winners playing in the leagues and what are the challenges they face, will more clubs follow?    Apologies to 1.FC Kaiserslautern's goalkeeping coach and 'Lautern' fan his name is of course Gerald Ehrmann not Ehrenfeld!     We hope you enjoy the show, remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street London     All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 09 The Winger: Good evening Delron Buckley (BVB 2005-9)

20.06.2020 07:01:00

Welcome to the BvB London fan club podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of Borussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make our BvB more accessible to non-German speakers in particular.  On today's episode, Ben is joined by Irish Fulham and BvB fan Colm McNabola and Radio Brandenburg-Berlin's (RBB) sports commentator Phillip Buechner to chat with one of the great footballers of South Africa, the former Borussia Dortmund winger Delron Buckley. Buckley had two spells with Borussia Dortmund between 2005-2009. Delron shares his memories of players and friends like Ebbi Smolarek, Kuba, Hummels, Roman Weidenfeller and Jan Koller. He reveals memories of Dede's great player parties and fills in the gaps surrounding the 2006 DFB Pokal final which was narrowly lost to Bayern at a time when BvB were facing a massive financial battle to survive. Delron returned in 2008 to play for BvB under in Juergen Klopp's first season at Westfalenstadion.     Now 42, he recounts his own battles with the pressures of professional football and the challenges of playing at the top. Plus his hot-cold relationship with the Suedtribuene that included a very special happy 30th birthday rendition and impressions of the people and city of Dortmund, becoming a German citizen and the special reason his heart will always be in the Ruhrgebiet.   We also hear about Delron's 9 years with VFL Bochum and his experience as Arminia Bielfeld's top scorer. Buckley also an international career in which he gained 73 caps for South Africa including playing at the FIFA World Cups 1998 and 2002 and he talks about growing up in racially divided South Africa, breaking the mould in Bundesliga football at a time when few African players were represented in Germany's top tier and why racism can be so destructive to the game of football.    Remember to send us your comments, share the show with friends and to apply for tickets contact the club via the website which is borussiadortmundlondon.co.uk or join the London BvB community at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland. During the season you can also come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar, just off Oxford Street, in Cleveland street London.      All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 8 Borussia Dortmund London Fan Club Podcast 50+1 in English football? The Portsmouth FC story with Chairman Iain McInnes (2013-17)

09.06.2020 03:56:00

Welcome to the BvB London fan club podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of Borussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make our BvB more accessible to non-German speakers in particular. On today's episode, Ben is joined by Mark Sheppard to explore the incredible story of 2008 FA Cup winners Portsmouth FC and the crisis that led to the 2013 fan takeover and find out why 50+1 the regulation in the Bundesliga that means German clubs remain majority-owned by their members could never, almost never, work in the UK and what it means for German football in light of clubs like RB Leipzig.  Special guests on the show are the former chairman of Portsmouth FC Iain McInnes, now the Chairman of Southern Football League team Gosport Borough FC (7th Tier Verbandsliga in Germany) the 2014 League trophy finalists that were founded in 1944, that play at the 4500 capacity Privett Park stadium. Iain runs a business in the electronics industry and himself played for Portsmouth U17 in his youth. Also on the show is Colin Farmery a former board director of Portsmouth FC and a journalist who has written for Uk publications When Saturday Comes and The Guardian he is currently head of communications at Gosport Borough FC. Both are long term Portsmouth fans since the 1960s and were instrumentally involved in the ownership of the club during the era of the ownership by the 'Pompey Supporters Trust' a takeover that saw thousands of fans come together to buy the club after a series of disastrous takeovers that pushed the club into administration twice.  We also contrast the financial crisis at Portsmouth FC with that at BvB of 2005 and find out what role the fans played in saving both clubs and laying the foundation for the future. They explain what happened, how it worked, why it was needed and what their roles in the takeover were. As on every show the hosts and the guests also share stories of their visits to Westfalenstadion and what makes BvB, the club we love BVB. We hope you enjoy the show, send us your comments, share the show with friends and remember for all the news and to apply for tickets to join the London BvB community at our Stammtisch at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland or come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar in Cleveland street during the season.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 7 The Left-back a defenders story: Niclas Jensen (2003-05)

28.05.2020 01:36:52

Welcome to the Borussia Dortmund Fan Club London podcast the show that brings all things BVB to the UK with news, special guests, interviews and special features on this unique football club and the German league, the Bundesliga. On today's show, Ben is joined by Mark Sheppard and Colm McNabola an Irish member of our club and a Fulham season ticket holder to chat with Niclas Jensen the former Denmark international and Borussia Dortmund Centreback who also played for PSV Eindhoven, Manchester City, Fulham and his home club FC Copenhagen now a FIFA talent agent.  Niclas won the Eredivisie with PSV Eindhoven and 2 titles with FC Copenhagen and earned 62 caps for Denmark playing at the 2002 World cup where he was tasked with marking David Beckham in the last 16 and 2004 European Championships in Portugal.  On the show, Niclas shares how he fulfilled his childhood dream to become a professional footballer and represent his country at a FIFA World cup. Reveals some great stories about his two seasons at Westfalenstadion in the Bundesliga and UEFA Cup at a challenging time under Matthias Sammer and then Bert Van Marwijk alongside legends like Tomas Rosicky, Sebastian Kehl, Roman Weidenfeller, Jan Koller and Christoph Metzelder like his rivalry with Dede and what makes Revierderby more important than relegation. What makes Dortmund a special city to live and play football in.    Plus we hear about his time with Manchester City under Kevin Keegan at Maine Road and Fulham in the Premier League including stories about playing alongside Erling Haaland's father Alf-Inge and why Peter Schmeichel is the still the best keeper and the miracle of how Coleman kept Fulham up in 2007.  As on every show we also catch up on the latest BVB results and gossip and the guests also share stories of their visits to Westfalenstadion and what makes BvB - BVB.  We hope you enjoy the show, send us your comments, share the show with friends and remember for all the news and to apply for tickets to join the London BvB community at our Stammtisch at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland or come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar in Cleveland street during the season.     All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 6 Football finances we contrast BVB and Bundesliga with the Premier League with Kieran Maguire of The Price of Football

22.05.2020 01:29:55

Welcome to the Borussia Dortmund Fan Club London podcast the show that brings all things BVB to the UK with news, special guests, interviews and special features on this unique football club and the German league, the Bundesliga. On today's show, Ben is joined by Kieran Maguire a football finance expert at the University of Liverpool who regularly features on Sky and the BBC as well as his own weekly podcast The Price of Football.  My second guest is Stuart Rayner the chief football writer at the Yorkshire Post newspaper who has written a number of books including The War of the white roses and Five Trophies and a funeral.  On the show we talk BVB finances how the Borussia make money, why it's model is successful, how the Corona situation is likely to impact the transfer market and potential transfers including Jadon Sancho, what makes the 50+1 model unique and contrast with Premier League finances. We also hear some interesting insights in Brighton Hove and Albion and Leeds United clubs and their struggles to maintain their campaigns in the Premier League and Championship. As on every show the guests also share stories of their visits to Westfalenstadion and what makes BvB.     The show kicks off with Stuart interviewing Kieran on how he became a football expert and what it's like running the Football MBA programme at the University of Liverpool and it was, of course, Felix Magath who took VFL Wolfsburg to the title find out more on the show..and enjoy the new title music!    We hope you enjoy the show, send us your comments, share the show with friends and remember for all the news and to apply for tickets to join the London BvB community at our Stammtisch at our online group at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland or come to watch a game at our meet-up Stammtisch at the Naughty Bar in Cleveland street during the season.    All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 5 Derby time a talk with Dietrich Schulze-Marmeling author of 'Die Chronik' a history of BVB

21.05.2020 01:29:55

Welcome to the Borussia Dortmund Fan Club London podcast the show that brings all things BVB to the UK with news, special guests, interviews and special features on the world's greatest football club and the German league, the Bundesliga.  On today's show, Ben is joined by guest Mark Sheppard and by Die Zeit newspaper and the BBC's Constantin Eckner as well as Dietrich Schulze-Marmeling a celebrated football author compiler of 'Die Chronik' a definitive history of BVB, published in November 19, one of four books he has written on Borussia Dortmund. Dietrich has also written books about Celtic, Liverpool, the DFB National team, Johan Cruyff, CF Barcelona, the FIFA world cup and the history of his home team Preussen Muenster.  On tonight's pod, Dietrich takes us on a journey of his attendance at BVB matches and interviewing the makers and shakers who during the last 50 years of BVB history as every week Mark contrasts with the era in English football plus some controversy about Guenther Kutowski and his second Meisterschaft - don't know Kutowski? You need to, find out more on the show. As the show was recorded after the Derby this week we have no match preview and news section.   We hope you enjoy the show, send us your comments, share the show and remember to join the London BvB community our Stammtisch match day meet-ups or online to catch up on all the news at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.     All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 4 'Talking Arsenal and BVB' with the Arsenal FC Supporters Liaison officer Mark Brindle

05.05.2020 01:21:37

  Welcome to the Borussia Dortmund Fan Club London podcast the show that brings all things BVB to the UK with news, special guests, interviews and special features on the world's greatest football club and the German league, the Bundesliga.  On today's show, Ben is joined by Arsenal FC Supporters Liasion officer the one and only Mark Brindle, a Gooner from birth, Mark has been at the helm of fan management at the Emirates stadium for over a decade, Mark opens up about life at one of the top Premier League teams, we also talk about common legends including Aubameyang, Papa, Rosicky, Mkhitaryan and former keeper Jens Lehmann. We contrast the academy styles of the two clubs and how youth football is run in Germany and England.  As on every show, we get the BVB news including transfer targets, why Arsenal's Buyako Saka could be the one for Borussia and get stuck into European cup nights between London and Dortmund's great clubs at Westfalenstadion and in North London.  Ben founder and president of Borussia Dortmund Fan Club London is also joined by guest Mark Sheppard of Sportsline UK. We hope you enjoy the show, send us your comments, share the show and remember to join the London BvB community our Stammtisch match day meet-ups or online to catch up on all the news at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.     All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 3 'YNWA a Liverpool FC and BVB special' with Matt Addison of the Liverpool Echo and Die Zeit's Constantin Eckner

04.05.2020 01:10:36

Welcome to episode 3 of the London BVB Podcast the show which brings the BVB world to London, this week the to talk about two clubs connected by the 'Kloppmeister' otherwise known as Jürgen Norbert Klopp Ben of the fan club is joined by Spielverlagerung's Constantin Eckner and Liverpool Echo sports writer Matt Addison and Tom and Jay of Meridian 107 FM Radio sports desk We talk past Klopp and his Anfield revolution, shared players Emre Can, Karl-Heinz Riedle, Nuri Sahin, Patrick Berger and European nights including the 2016 Europa league quarterfinals and the 1966 Cup winners cup final as well as respect between the fans of two great clubs who share one special anthem.  You can follow our guests on Twitter at: Constantin Eckner @cc_eckner and Matt Addison @MattAddison97. Follow Tom and Jay or Meridian 107 FM @themeridianss. As ever join us at the Stammtisch meet-up on match days at Naughty Bar in Marleybone for Dortmunder Union beer and live BVB match coverage and online find the club at Facebook.com/BorussiaDortmundFanClubEngland Thanks for listening, be sure to share if you love the show and leave a review   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 2 '9 in a row' a Celtic and Borussia Dortmund special with Joe O'Rourke head of Celtic Supporters association

04.05.2020 01:08:52

Welcome to episode 2 of the Borussia Dortmund Fan Club London podcast, on today's episode Ben of the fan club welcomes guests Tom Gilchrist and Jay Crame of Meridian 107 FM Radio sports show and Joe O'Rourke the general secretary of the Celtic supporters association to talk matches, players and cultures, what makes the special respect between the two sets of fans from the two industrial cities and by now legendary football clubs.     Topics include the UEFA cup matches of the 1980s, Murdo MacLeod, Paul Lambert and 1997 and why You never walk alone will always be an anthem at Westfalenstadion Dortmund's home ground.    As every week we cover all the latest news from Germany's greatest football club, this week that includes the potential return of the Bundesliga behind closed doors in May, potential transfer targets and the options for one Mario Götze.     Please join us at Stammtisch to watch Borussia Dortmund matches at the Naughty Bar in Marleybone on match days and online at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland and subscribe, share and leave a review on the podcast.  Heja BVB!   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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Episode 1 'Football in the time of Corona' with Daily Mail football writer Adam Shergold and Jay Crame of Crystal Palace Fanzine The Eagles Beak

04.05.2020 01:13:50

Welcome to the BvB London fan club podcast as every week the focus of the show will be on exploring a facet of Borussia Dortmund life by talking to experts and former participants of the club's life, like players, fans, journalists who have covered the club and functionaries and experts and thus make our BvB more accessible to non-German speakers in particular. On today's show, Ben's guests include Daily Mail football writer Adam Shergold, Mark Sheppard of Sportsline and Tom Gilchrist and Jay Crame of Meridian 107 FM Radio sports desk we talk about BVB's season to date, the Corona crisis and how it's impacted football fans and the season and Jay, a die-hard Crystal Palace fan spills the beans on his recent and first-ever trip to Westfalenstadion and what makes Dortmund such a special football experience for UK fans. We hope you enjoy the show, send us your comments, share the show and remember to join the London BvB community our Stammtisch match day meet-ups or online to catch up on all the news at Facebook.com/borussiadortmundfanclubengland.   All rights reserved Borussia Dortmund London Ltd 2020. 

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