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9. Jul. 2006

The World Cup is over. What are we gonna do now with all our freetime? No more Football until August when the Bundesliga will start again. Damn, that’ll be hard!

First of all, congrats to Italy!!
To me, a World Cup is always a big event. But having the World Cup in my own country, having all those people from all over the world together, and of course, seeing my first World Cup match live in the stadium, made it even more exciting to me.

I’d love to know what really happend between Marco Materazzi and Zinedine “Zizou” Zidane to make Zidane finally bump his head into Materazzi’s chest. Of course, Zizou got a red card for that and had to leave the field. It’s a pity – because it was the last match of his carreer in the national team. He didn’t even go and get his medal for being the vize world cup champion.

So bye-bye Zizou. I always liked you – although you didn’t treat Hamburg too good back in the Champions League match versus Juventus Turin.

It’s the last evening at the Coca Cola-Flat – so I’d better get a go and join the party… Talk to you later!

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