Wer St. Pauli kennt, kennt das Jolly Roger. Positive BewertungNegative Bewertung. Matthias K. heart icon on user image. Matthias KerstenApril 7, Das Jolly Roger an der Budapester Straße. Foto: imago sportfotodienst. Die Beziehung zwischen der Fan-Szene des FC St. Pauli und der. Jolly Roger, Hamburg, Germany. 16K likes. Montag bis Sonntag von 18 Uhr bis Ende. An Spieltagen der 1. und 2. Bundesliga Freitag ab 17 Uhr, Samstag und.
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Rio Grande Blankenese. Das Feuerschiff LV The game kicked off, and St Pauli played some nice possession football in their own half, the centre backs knocking it around confidently.
This is it, I though, continental sophistication. A vast improvement on Leigh Bromby hoofing it hopefully up field.
Chances were snatched at, passes were mis-timed and Bochum began to look dangerous on the break. Japanese striker Takashi Inui, who was so tiny he resembled a mascot who had refused to leave the pitch, made up for his small stature with some zipping, skilful runs.
After a failure to clear the ball properly, St Pauli went a goal down after Azaouagh sent a lopping shot from outside the area over the despairing keeper.
The roar from the travelling fans was enough to make me forget I was a St Pauli fan for the day, momentarily. St Pauli picked up where they left off, building slowly from the back, and eventually they managed to force a corner.
The floating delivery was easily dispatched by defender Schachten. Bochum almost pegged St Pauli immediately, after a header thudded against the crossbar before being scrambled away, as the half ended just as both teams seemed to be warming up.
A half time mulled wine and a pretzel replaced my usual pie and pint. One thing that had struck me in the first half was that, although both sets of fans and teams were clearly passionate and wanting to win, the whole occasion had seemed fun.
A Bochum player, Toski, was heckled and booed for some play acting and niggly play, but the hatred and venom I so often see at British grounds seemed largely absent.