Guest Ed Posted May 19, 2005 Share Posted May 19, 2005 Saturday sees the end of the Bundesliga 1 season and Paul Stalteri's lasat game in Germany will be away to 1.FC Kaiserslautern. Werder Bremen have clinched a UEFA spot for next season but if both Hertha Berlin and VfB Stuttgart lose, Werder Bremen can sneak into the last Champions League spot with a win. Unlikely but that's why they play the games. Julian de Guzman's season is finished but his Hannover 96 squad will be the ones who could put Bremen into the Champions League as they are away to Hertha Berlin. There is a possibility that there will be ZERO Canucks in Germany playing at the 'pro' level after Sunday's massive Bundesliga 2 last round. And all the pivotal games on Sunday have a Cdn connection. Energie Cottbus, who've just signed Kevin McKenna, are tied on points with Tam Nsaliwa's 1. FC Saarbruecken. They are only 2 points up on LR Ahlen going into the last round. 11 Karlsruher SC 33 10 10 13 43:45 -2 40 12 1. FC Saarbrücken 33 11 6 16 43:49 -6 39 13 Energie Cottbus 33 10 9 14 33:45 -12 39 14 Eintracht Trier 33 9 11 13 38:52 -14 38 15 LR Ahlen 33 9 9 15 39:46 -7 36 16 RW Essen 33 6 15 12 35:50 -15 33 17 RW Oberhausen 33 8 9 16 39:61 -22 33 18 RW Erfurt 33 7 9 17 33:58 -25 30 On the bright side, Nik Ledgerwood's senior team, 1860 Muenchen, are in 4th place, fighting Eintracht Frankfurt for the 3rd and final promotion spot up to the Bundesliga 1. They take on LR Ahlen at home on Sunday and will be desperate for the 3 points. Energie Cottbus are away to Karlsruher SC and 1.FC Saarbruecken are home to local rivals Eintracht Trier. Given what happend in the EPL last weekend, it's nail biting time all round. Nik Ledgerwood and his 1860 Muenchen amateur team take on FSV Mainz amateurs Friday and a win will guarantee their survival in the Regional League South next year. An 1860 win likely relegates FSV Mainz so they will have a battle on their hands. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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