The author, filmmaker and comedian lives in Bochum and tends his treasure trove with anecdotes.

The author, filmmaker and comedian lives in Bochum and tends his treasure trove with anecdotes.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (25th) and Henrich Mchitarjan (83rd) scored 2-0 (1-0) for the finalists of last season at Chemnitz FC, while Ingolstadt’s Danny Da Costa (back) fights for the ball with Dominic Reisner . (Photo: REUTERS) Bundesliga promoted FC Ingolstadt, on the other hand, embarrassed themselves to the bone in their first competitive game as a first division team. As in the previous year, the Schanzer lost in the opening round of the DFB Cup, this time with 1: 2 (0: 1) at the now only fourth-class SpVgg Unterhaching. The goals for the courageous regional league team, who hastily thrown a team together after relegation from the 3rd division, scored Markus Einsiedler (30./47.). Striker Moritz Hartmann (82nd) ​​only managed a late goal, while SV Sandhausen crowned their perfect start to the season by making it into the second round of the DFB Cup – albeit with great effort.

The second division won against fourth division promoted Bahlinger SC 5: 3 on penalties. No goal had been scored 120 minutes earlier. Bochum fans lit their team on fire. (Photo: dpa) Striker Simon Terodde shot VfL Bochum into the second round with a three-pack. With his hits in the 40th, 49th and 59th minute, the striker set the course for the safe 5-0 (1-0) victory of the second division team at FSV Salmrohr, who was three classes lower. Marco Terrazzino (64./90.+1) contributed the other hits, and second division SC Freiburg also mastered their compulsory task – thanks to an outstanding Nils Petersen.

At the fifth division HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst, coach Christian Streich’s team won 5-0 (2-0). Goalscorer Petersen (2./45.+1/61/63.) scored the first four goals for the relegated Bundesliga, captain Julian Schuster (70th) got the final score. Second division SC Paderborn reached the second round with great difficulty . The first division relegated team prevailed at the fourth-class traditional club VfB Lübeck with 2: 1 (0: 1). Marvin Bakalorz (55th) and Mahir Saglik (59th) with a penalty kick turned the game with a double hit in the second half.

Stefan Richter (43.) had previously brought Lübeck into the lead, while FC Heidenheim defeated the regional division FK Pirmasens 4-1 (2-0). With a one-two punch, the second division quickly made things clear: newcomers Ben Halloran (29th minute) and Smail Morabit (32nd) scored to make it 0-2. After the break, Robert Leipertz increased (51st, 80th).

Only then did the weak outsider score a consolation goal through Alexander Schmieden (82nd). Fortuna Düsseldorf struggled with old rivals Rot-Weiss Essen from the Regionalliga West. The second division won a 3-1 penalty shootout outnumbered. After 90 and 120 minutes it was 0-0. Michael Liendl converted the decisive shot, and Hannover 96 struggled to fulfill its first mandatory task.essay on biology Michael Frontzeck’s Bundesliga team won 2-0 (1-0) at regional league team Hessen Kassel.

Barely a week before the start of the league game at the promoted Darmstadt 98, Salif Sané (16th) and Kenan Karaman (90th + 2) met in front of 18,482 spectators in the sold-out Auestadion for the disappointing guests, who last failed in the first round in 2010. FC Kaiserslautern continued to fight against third division Hansa Rostock on penalties. In the duel between the two traditional clubs, the Palatinate won 5: 4 after 120 goalless minutes. While the Red Devils converted all their penalties with nervousness from the point, ex-Lauterer Marcel Ziemer missed out on Hansa of all places.

The Bundesliga club won 3-0 (2-0) against third division leaders Energie Cottbus and gained confidence for the Bundesliga start against Ingolstadt. Newcomers Fabian Frei (30th), Jairo (30th) and Christian Clemens (62nd) scored the goals for FSV. Source:, mli / sid / dpa “On the last day of the match Unterhaching finished Osnabrück 4-1 . (Photo: imago images / pmk) Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal FC, Juventus Turin: There are big football clubs on the stock exchange – and soon also third division Unterhaching. Whether this is a good idea remains to be seen. It was the darkest moment in Michael Ballack’s professional career.

Unterhaching ruined the championship in Bayer Leverkusen’s last game of the season on May 20, 2000 – and Ballack, the best German player at the time, initiated the defeat with an own goal. Moments like these show that success in football cannot be planned, because Bayer Leverkusen were the big favorites as the first in the table. Of all things, the Unterhachinger, who were relegated a year later and are now third-rate, now want to raise fresh capital on the stock market in order to be successful again. For the Munich suburb club, success means moving up to the second division in two to three years. To do this, he wants to offer the shares on offer at EUR 8.10 each when he goes to the floor of the Munich Stock Exchange and gross EUR 7.7 million.

The subscription period begins on Monday, and the move to the stock exchange should take place at the end of July. Apart from Unterhaching, there are mainly large traditional clubs that are listed on the stock exchange: Juventus Turin, Manchester United, Arsenal London, Ajax Amsterdam or the German vice- Champion Borussia Dortmund, the only German football club to date on an exchange. In total, there are more than 20 listed football clubs in Europe that have outsourced their professional department and converted it into a stock corporation. The BVB share is listed in the SDax small cap index and so far this year it has been in the middle of the index table with a price increase of almost twelve percent. As a fairly small stock, the BVB share price is quite volatile.

However, a look at the Europe Football Index shows that football stocks can be worthwhile despite the fluctuations. This year, the soccer index achieved an increase of almost 14 percent and thus almost reached the price development of the German leading index Dax, which comes to around 18 percent. However, the risks remain difficult to calculate: clubs can earn millions through a clever transfer policy, but the difference to conventional stocks is clear: Chance plays a decisive role. If a top star is injured or, as in the case of Bayer Leverkusen, a crucial game is lost, important income and thus profit opportunities are lost.

And it is precisely these two factors that determine the success of a share, which is why not only sporting development but also transfers influence the price. The sale of Dortmund’s top players Dembelé for more than 100 million euros or Aubameyang for more than 60 million euros is an example of this. Another immense source of income are the regular high payments from the Champions League totaling more than 1.3 billion euros a year to the participants. “Participation in the Champions League is decisive for the success of a football share,” says Gabriel Michaeli from the broker, which sells football club shares. “The income to be distributed is not only significantly higher there than in the home leagues, it is also more than three times that of the European competition, the Europa League.” Since many listed clubs also play in the Champions League, they are part of the to be awarded.

However, this dependency is a problem, as Dortmund showed last year. After a mixed season with mostly falling share prices, BVB only saved itself in the Champions League at the end of the season. The share then stormed to the top and almost doubled in the next eight months when Dortmund led the table for a long time in the first half of the season and was also successful in the Champions League. And this spring, the share fell sharply after BVB picked up a gossip at Tottenham Hotspur, which shows that football shares are something for fans who stick to their club even in a weak phase and therefore the shares themselves a series of failures don’t sell. If things do go up in sport at some point, they can look forward to price gains. Meanwhile, investors at Unterhaching have to hope that the suburban club will play its home advantage on the Munich Stock Exchange better than in the last second half of the season.

During this time the team remained without a goal for weeks and months and brought its supporters to despair. Source: “” If these mistakes happen, they will be punished at this level. “(Photo: imago / foto2press) This performance RB Leipzig brings in a lot of malice. The table runner-up in the second Bundesliga is embarrassed in the DFB Cup at the Bavarian regional division SpVgg Unterhaching. The Leipzigers are deeply frustrated. “Every single one is pissed off.” The embarrassment in the Alpenbauer Sportpark temporarily shifted RB Leipzig in something like a state of shock. “To be honest, I’m still speechless,” said midfielder Stefan Ilsanker after the haphazard appearance of the second division soccer team at 0: 3 (0: 2) on Tuesday evening at fourth division club SpVgg Unterhaching. “A 0: 3 is a brutal result that really hurts us “, stated captain Dominik Kaiser after missing the round of 16 in the DFB-Pokal. The business trip to Bavaria h The Saxons imagined very differently. With second place behind them after three wins in a row, Ralf Rangnicks team was able to drive confidently to Unterhaching.

But with the tempo football of the regional league team, the overwhelmed Leipzigers could not get along. Markus Einsiedler (5th minute) and Marco Rosenzweig (22nd) brought the home side to victory in front of 5000 fans. Thomas Steinherr (67.) made the final point. “That is very, very disappointing,” admitted midfielder Rani Khedira after the Watschn. “Before the game we were still full of motivation.” Georg Teigl complained about the lack of aggressiveness at RB. “We weren’t poisonous enough and left too much space for our opponents.

Then it will of course be difficult against highly motivated Unterhachinger “, criticized the right-back. Rangnick had obviously unsettled his team with his rotation. Compared to the 2-1 win against Fortuna Düsseldorf, the 57-year-old brought nine newcomers to the starting line-up. Péter Gulácsi celebrated among others his debut in goal, before that a newly formed back four was allowed to play. “All four were already absolute regulars,” said Rangnick of the confused defensive row. “If these mistakes happen, they will be punished at this level.” After a quarter of an hour, Rangnick sent the first players to warm up – in the 25th

Minute he took the overwhelmed Anthony Jung from the place. There was no improvement. Leipzig had their chances (31st / 34th / 39th / 59th), but in the end they were harmless. “Every single one is pissed off and shocked in places,” said the Kaiser, who was only substituted in the final stages. “We were eliminated and we have to work through that as a team.” Source:, Martin Moravec, dpa “Cedric Mimbala is annoyed after a failed opportunity: FC Energie Cottbus remains in the midfield of the table after the draw against Erfurt. (Photo: dpa) Dynamo Dresden is enthroned at the top, Energie Cottbus is gray mediocrity and Arminia Bielefeld has experienced the next disappointment: The three second division relegated are very different in the 3rd football league. Dynamo Dresden has at least temporarily at the top of the table 3rd football league set. The relegated second division defeated Preußen Münster 3-1 (2-0). Sylvano Comvalius scored his third goal of the season with it. Duisburg Zlatko Janjic scored the same at 1-1 ( 0: 0) of his MSV Duisburg against Halleschen FC.

SpVgg Unterhaching turned a deficit against newcomer SG Sonnenhof Großaspach into a 3: 1 (1: 0) home win, remained unbeaten like Dresden and climbed to second place. VfL Osnabrück and VfB Stuttgart II. Osnabrück celebrated their first wins of the season won against second division relegated Arminia Bielefeld 2-1 (2-1), while the Stuttgart VfB-Reserve with a 1-0 (1-0) home success at the same time promoted Holstein Kiel suffered the first defeat of the season and gave up the Red Lantern, the highest Borussia Dortmund II celebrated victory of the day. The 5: 1 (3: 1) against Jahn Regensburg saw 9999 spectators in the sold-out Rote Erde stadium. Still without a third division win and now bottom of the table is newcomer FSV Mainz 05 II after the 0-2 at the Stuttgarter Kickers. Energie Cottbus and Rot-Weiß Erfurt separated 0-0. Source:, fma / dpa / sid “A dear guy, a tough dog: Rolf Schafstall. Rolf Schafstall is already 80 years old.

Our columnist pays tribute to a tough old school football coach with “steel blue eyes”, who also cried once in front of his team – because his alcoholic capads were punished. His former fitness trainer Erich Klamma once described him as follows: “The sheepfold wasn’t particularly big either, but if he had had a little drink … My dear husband, then suddenly he was no longer six feet, but over two meters. ” And when the sheepfold in Dresden announced to his player Torsten Gütschow: “Your great days are over”, he replied: “That is what distinguishes me from you, coach. You never had a great time!” In fact, the soccer teacher himself lifts a moment out of his career that surely surprises some people. Schafstall was the coach of VfL Bochum at the time: “When we stayed in 1985, (Max) Merkel gave me (Max) Merkel six balls for the coaching job in his assessment.

That was the highest honor. “As a coach, Schafstall used to deal very directly with his players. Thorsten Legat remembers:” I can still remember exactly, something like that is never forgotten. I had final training with the A-youth on Friday afternoon. Then coach Rolf Schafstall came up to me and said to me: Listen, you bird, you are not going home today. You’re on the bench with the pros against Borussia Mönchengladbach.

That’s exactly what the wording was. “Ansgar Brinkmann played under coach Schafstall at VfL Osnabrück. Ben Redelings is the” chronicler of football madness “(Manni Breuckmann) and a passionate supporter of VfL Bochum. The author, filmmaker and comedian lives in Bochum and takes care of his treasure chest Anecdotes: His cultural evenings “Scudetto” are legendary. For he always writes down the most exciting and funniest stories on Tuesdays.

His motto is his greatest book success: “A goal would be good for the game”. A time full of great anecdotes: “When we quickly led 2-0 with Osnabrück, the team stopped fighting and Pele Wollitz and I thought we’d solve everything else here in a playful way.” And so it was suddenly 2-2 at halftime.