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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Die Löwen Rekord ersten Sieg- And a Prague Bender?

After a losing start to the 2011/12 season for the Lions, a good performance in the home opener was need, and duly recorded. A 2-1 against Karlsruhr in front of 26,600 was a good result, the visitors are a recent top flight outfit, and usually challenge for promotion late into the season. Let's hope it is a sign of good things to come.

Which leads me nicely into our hoped German excursion this year. Once more funds are tight, but it has become something of a tradition over the years, and it would be nice to keep it going. Now a few of the Squad members, who aren't as keen on Der Lowen as others, have aired some opinions, of which the common theme is "Why can't we go somewhere other than Germany?" Now I have several answers to this, the main being sort your own fucking jaunt out, but I do understand that it may be time to perhaps try something different. Perhaps a trip the could combine both? On the weekend of the 25th of March next year, 1860 are playing in Dresden. I have checked the train time tables, and from Prague, it is only a two hour train journey. It is not even expensive, at the moment a return trip is coming up around £35. Sounds like a plan....

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