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Hinrunde Bundesliga - Hamburg und Duisburg fallen 12 Plätze abBundesliga Funkel-Ratschläge nerven Fortuna. Niko Kovac musste gehen, Hansi Flick übernahm. Weit weg vom eigenen Strafraum, nach einer völlig unnötigen Attacke. Spieltag 4. VfL Wolfsburg.
FSV Mainz 05, a club whose city springs to life during the annual carnival locally referred to as Fassnacht. Kiezkicker - a nickname for FC St.
Pauli, derived from the St. Pauli neighbourhood of Hamburg in which the club is based. Kraichgauer - a nickname for TSG Hoffenheim, derived from the Kraichgau region where the club is based.
Kohlenpott - literally 'coal pot' - the industrial Ruhr region, famous for mining, Borussia Dortmund and FC Schalke 04 being its most-known representatives.
Die Knappen - the Miners: a less-commonly used nickname for FC Schalke 04, a fans' club with its roots in the industrial Ruhr district.
Die Knappenschmiede - the name given to FC Schalke 04's famed youth academy. The word Schmied means 'forge', with the name itself a pun on Schalke's mining traditions.
Leo - what players say to one another on the pitch if they want a team-mate to let the ball run. Meisterschale - the Bundesliga shield, lifted by the team which finishes top of the standings after 34 Matchdays.
Nord-Süd Duell - literally translated as the north-south duel, this phrase is used as a label for the fixture Bayern München vs.
Hamburger SV, traditionally one of German football's biggest matches. Raumdeuter - A term used by Thomas Müller to describe his unique style of play, which translates as 'space invader'.
Revierderby - the name typically given to the derby between regional neighbours FC Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund.
Rückspiel - the second game of a two-legged tie. Usually used when speaking of knock-out competitons but can also describe league encounters.
Sauerbraten - German pot roast - most often beef, but sometimes venison, lamb, mutton, pork or even horse. This also explains why some people in Ingolstadt still refer to natives as Schanzer.
Die Schwarz-Gelben - named after their striking black and yellow colours, it's Borussia Dortmund.
Scorer - not to be confused with 'goalscorer', this term refers to the combined tally of goals and assists.
Sechser - a player who plays the 'No6' position in midfield, a defensive role in front of the back four. Stadtrivale - literally translated as 'city rivals' but can also refer to two rival clubs in neighbouring cities, such as Borussia Dortmund and FC Schalke Torjägerkanone - the cannon-shaped prize awarded to the Bundesliga's top scorer at the end of a season.
Die Werkself - Bayer 04 Leverkusen or the Factory Workers: the factory being Bayer AG, the pharmaceutical company where it all began for the north-west club.
Wiesn - Bavarian for Oktoberfest. Wiesn is German dialect for 'meadow', namely the Theresienwiese or 'Therese's Meadow' upon which the world's largest beer festival is held.
Winterpause - the Bundesliga's mid-season winter break, normally lasting from late December to early February.
Zehner - a player who plays in the 'No10' position, an attacking midfielder deployed behind the striker s.
Die Breisgauer - belonging to the Breisgau region, encompassing part of the Black Forest SC Freiburg. Bruchweg was the name of Mainz's former stadium.
Bundestrainer - the title given to the coach of the Germany national team, currently Joachim Löw. BVB - abbreviation commonly used to refer to Borussia Dortmund.
The initials stand for Ballspiel-Verein Borussia, or Borussia ball-sports club. Dinos - nickname for Hamburg - the 'dinosaurs' - referring to the club's status as the only side in Germany to have played exclusively in the Bundesliga since its inception in Ehrentreffer - literally an 'honour goal', but what we'd know in English as a consolation goal.
Whether the teams enjoy as much on the pitch is another matter. Englische Woche - literally meaning 'English week', referring to a busy period of matches where teams have a midweek fixture, as is the norm in English football.
Gegenpressing - A high-pressing style of football to regain possession pioneered by Ralf Rangnick at Schalke and Jürgen Klopp at Dortmund in the early years of this decade.
Halbes Hendl - half a roast chicken - typical Bavarian fare served up at the world-famous Oktoberfest beer festival. Herbstmeister - the mid-season leaders, the team leading the Bundesliga table after 17 games when the winter break commences.
Hinspiel - the first game of a two-legged tie. Usually used when speaking of knock-out competitions but can also describe league encounters.
Humba - post-match celebration involving both the players and fans. Traditionally, the key player in a victory will cajole the crowd with a megaphone, while the rest of the team join hands and wave in time with the supporters.
Meisterschale - the Bundesliga shield, lifted by the team which finishes top of the standings after 34 Matchdays. Die Nationalmannschaft - the German national football team.
Nord-Süd Duell - literally translated as the north-south duel, this phrase is used as a label for the fixture Bayern vs.
Hamburg, traditionally one of German football's biggest matches. Nordderby - the term used for the derby played between northern giants and rivals Bremen and Hamburg.
Raumdeuter - A term used by Thomas Müller to describe his unique style of play, which translates as 'space invader'.