Guest Ed Posted May 6, 2005 Share Posted May 6, 2005 Paul Stalteri winds down his Bundesliga career with a shot at putting his team into a Champions League spot for next season. Bayern Munich waltzed away with the title on the weekend due to the collapse of Schalke 04 over the last month. Werder Bremen play this Sunday away to the up and down Borussia Dortmund. A win will set them up nicely for what should be a gimme 3 points home against already relegated SC Freiburg and a final game away against 1. FC Kaiserslautern. Julian de Guzman and Hannover 96 could help the Bremen cause if they could get a result on Saturday against VfB Stuttgart, in 3rd place, 2 points up on Bremen. Hannover are looking for a UI ticket to Europe next season. In the Bundesliga 2, Tam Nsaliwa and 1.FC Saarbruecken are coming back to form late in the season, riding a 2 game winning streak and a 4 game unbeaten streak as they look safe from relegation. The Blue and Black face SpVgg Unterhaching on Sunday and have 2 other mid table opponents to end the season. I am a bit surprised but very happy to hear Tam is supposedly back in the picture for the senior national side, although a certain expression involving a horse and the barn door comes to mind. In the Regional League South, it's nail-biting time for 1860 Muenchen amateurs who are away to 4th place SV Wehen on Saturday. There's lots to play for in the Regional Leagues as they still have 6 games left. Nik Ledgerwood and company did just fine on Wednesday, drawing the Bayern Munich team 1-1 (featuring such 'amateurs' as Guerrero and Zickler up front) in a rescheduled match. The Lions are still 3 points ahead of relegation territory and need to fight for points every game out from here on. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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