Vorbereitung Sommer 2012

  • Hier mal die nächsten Testspiele der Amateure:


    Fr. 22.06. 18.00 Uhr FC Alemannia München - FC Bayern Amateure
    Di. 26.06. 19.00 Uhr FC Falke Markt Schwaben - FC Bayern Amateure
    Fr. 29.06. 18.30 Uhr 1. FC Heidenheim - FC Bayern Amateure (in Syrgenstein)
    Fr. 06.07. Testspiel, Gegner und Ort noch unklar
    Mi. 11.07. Testspiel in Trentino
    Di. 17.07. Jahn Regensburg - FC Bayern Amateure (Ort und Anstoßzeit unklar)

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  • aktualisierung:


    Fr. 22.06. 18.00 Uhr FC Alemannia München - FC Bayern Amateure
    Di. 26.06. 19.00 Uhr FC Falke Markt Schwaben - FC Bayern Amateure
    Fr. 29.06. 18.30 Uhr 1. FC Heidenheim - FC Bayern Amateure (in Syrgenstein)
    06.07. oder 07.07. Testspiel gegen Dinamo Bukarest irgendwo in Tirol
    Mi. 11.07. Testspiel in Trentino
    Di. 17.07. Jahn Regensburg - FC Bayern Amateure (Ort und Anstoßzeit unklar)

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  • Ergebnisse:


    Fr. 22.06. FC Alemannia München - FC Bayern Amateure 0-5
    Di. 26.06. FC Falke Markt Schwaben - FC Bayern Amateure 0-5
    Fr. 29.09. 1.FC Heidenheim - FC Bayern Amateure 3-0 (in Syrgenstein)


    die nächsten Termine:


    Fr. 06.07. 17.00 Uhr WSG Wattens - FC Bayern Amateure (in Kirchbichl)
    Mi. 11.07. 17.30 Uhr FC Bayern Amateure - Swindon Town FC (in Molveno/ITA)
    Di. 17.07. XX.XX Uhr Jahn Regensburg - FC Bayern Amateure (in der Nähe von Regensburg)

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  • Spielt unser Altin denn mit? Gegen Heidenheim war er ja wohl offensichtlich nicht dabei.


    Eure kleinen Bayern haben jetzt einige Fans mehr. Unterstützung gibt es nun auch von den 96ern, die es in eure Region verschlagen hat.

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  • hier die Aufstellung vom Spiel gegen Heidenheim in Syrgenstein:


    Aufstellung: Riedmüller - Rankovic, Buck, Grill, Rothenbücher - Lala, Hürzeler, Fischer, Derflinger - Schweinsteiger, Weihrauch


    Der Club Nr 12 twittert immer von allen Amateure Spielen! Da kannst Du Dich auf dem laufenden halten.


    Ganz ehrlich! Unterstützung aus Hannover brauchen wir nicht wirklich. Soweit ich weiß habt Ihr eine eigene Amateur-Mannschaft und solltet lieber diese vernünftig unterstützen. Altin Lala hat bei uns aktuell keinen Kultstatus. Sondern ist nur ein ganz normaler Spieler in unserem Kader. Aber vielleicht wird er ja noch zu einem unserer Aufstiegshelden. Nur das kann man in der Vorbereitung natürlich noch nicht beurteilen.


    Gruss aus München


    PS: Das Testspiel gegen Jahn Regensburg findet am 17.07. in Parsberg statt!

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  • Danke für den Hinweis.


    Natürlich braucht ihr keine Unterstützung aus Hannover. Die wird es auch nicht geben. Es wird wohl keiner anreisen, um sich ein Spiel von Bayern 2 anzusehen. Aber es gibt doch einige, die auch in Süddeutschland wohnen und problemlos so ein Spiel sehen können. Und in diesem Fall sind sie dann für eure kleinen Bayern. So war das gemeint. Entschuldige das bitte.


    Lala kann bei euch kein Kultspieler werden. Wie auch? Alleine die Idee ist schon abwegig. Schließlich war er 14 Jahre lang bei uns. Nicht unbedingt der beste Spieler aber er hat immer alles gegeben. Sowas vergißt man nicht.
    Mit den 2. Mannschaften und der Unterstützung ist das so eine Sache. Bei uns sind das bisher überwiegend Spieler aus der eigenen Jugend gewesen, die dann unter Beobachtung stehen. Einige dürfen mal bei den Profis trainieren und manchmal auch spielen (zuletzt Avevor).
    Aber es soll ja nun besser werden. Alleine schon deshalb, weil sie nicht mehr im Niedersachsenstadion spielen müssen. Aber auch die Mittel sollen aufgestockt werden.

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  • Zum Testpiel gegen Jahn Regensburg: Weiß wer, ob es dort z.B. eine Verabschiedung für Tobias Schweinsteiger geben wird?

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  • Einfach nur mal, weil die deutschen Seiten weniger Infos über das Spiel haben, einen Spielbericht des Testspiels gegen Swindon Town aus dem Swindon Advertiser...


    FULL TIME: Swindon Town 1 Bayern Munich II 1


    6:28pm Wednesday 11th July 2012
    By Sam Morshead »



    SWINDON Town and Bayern Munich II have drawn their friendly match 1-1 at Andalo this evening.


    Paul Benson handed Swindon the early advantage, rolling the ball past Maximilian Riedmuller from Matt Ritchie’s pass after three minutes.


    Bayern levelled when Town failed to clear their lines and Alessandro Schopf was on hand to bury beyond Wes Foderingham, but the Robins almost edged in front once more when Andy Williams struck a post after being played in by Paul Benson.


    In the second half, Foderingham produced two good saves to prevent Marius Duhnke from edging the German side ahead, while James Collins and Aden Flint were both within a whisker of claiming the bragging rights for Swindon.


    Here are the key moments from today’s match:


    Three mins: GOAL 1-0 (Benson) What a start from Town! Matt Ritchie nips in to steal the ball on the right flank and feeds Paul Benson, and the striker makes no mistake in slotting the ball beyond Maximilian Riedmuller.


    14 mins: Dale Jennings latches onto a long ball from deep in the Bayern midfield and almost skips past Troy Archibald-Henville, priming himself for a pop at goal, but Town’s big centre-back does well to recover and makes the tackle.


    18 mins: Top save by Wes Foderingham. The Swindon keeper gets down low to his right to palm the ball to safety and deny Bastian Fischer from very close range.


    25 mins: GOAL 1-1 (Schopf) A cross from the right evades most of the Town defence, Ritchie can’t clear at the back post and, after Dale Jennings completely miscues his effort, the ball lands at the feet of Alessandro Schopf who fires home.


    36 mins:The Robins go so close to taking the lead once again when Andy Williams is played through by Benson. The former Yeovil striker beats Riedmuller but the ball ricochets off the Bayern keeper’s right-hand post and Williams can’t quite toe-poke in the rebound.


    41 mins: Williams turns nicely on the edge of the area but his low shot is easily scooped up by Riedmuller.


    57 mins: Raffa De Vita does well to muscle his way through three challenges in midfield and lets fly from 20 yards, but his right-footed drive is well saved.


    58 mins: A nice period of pressure for Swindon, this, and Luke Rooney’s cross is met by James Collins but the striker can’t direct his header goalwards.


    61 mins: Rooney has a great chance at the back post when Oliver RIsser centres, but the wide man can only nod hopelessly over.


    68 mins: Rooney has again been in impressive form down the left, and his whipped cross only narrowly avoids the diving head of Collins and the diving right foot of Aden Flint. Close.


    73 mins: Marius Duhnke thinks he’s scored when he chests the ball down inside the Swindon area and pokes the ball towards the bottom corner. It seems for all the world that it’s in until Foderingham reaches down with one of his big paws and pushes the ball aside. Great save.


    80 mins: Dunhke has another glorious chance to edge Bayern in front but, despite being allowed the freedom of Andalo to run at Foderingham, he still can’t get away a shot as the Town keeper claims at his feet.


    82 mins: Collins lashes over the Bayern crossbar when well set on the edge of the penalty area.


    89 mins: Simon Ferry volleys from the edge of the box after De Vita's cross is cleared, but his effort is turned over.


    90 mins: Collins turns neatly in midfield and feeds De Vita, whose cross to the back post is met by Rooney's tame header.


    SWINDON TOWN 1st HALF: Wes Foderingham; Nathan Thompson, Alan McCormack, Troy Archibald-Henville, Jay McEveley; Matt Ritchie, Alan Navarro, Tommy Miller, Gary Roberts; Paul Benson, Andy Williams.


    SWINDON TOWN 2nd HALF: Wes Foderingham, Paul Caddis, Aden Flint, Joe Devera, Alessandro Cibocchi, Raffa De Vita, Simon Ferry, Oliver Risser, Luke Rooney, James Collins, Miles Storey


    Bayern Munich II: Maximilian Riedmuller; Niklas Horn, Stefan Buck, Lukas Grill, Altin Lala, Tobias Schweisteiger, Bastian Fischer, Maxim Rothenbucher, Fabian Hurbeler, Dale Jennings, Alessandro Schopf


    Subs: Daniel Muller, Marius Duhnke, Patrick Weihrauch, Vladimir Rankovic, Toni Vastic, Antonio Pangallo

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  • Hier noch einer...


    SWINDON 1 BAYERN II 1: Town's display goes down a storm


    6:00am Thursday 12th July 2012 in STFC News By Sam Morshead
    EARLY BOOST: Paul Benson EARLY BOOST: Paul Benson


    THE game may not have matched its epic surroundings, but this was a draw by which all at Swindon Town can be hugely encouraged.


    More than a kilometre above sea level, set against the stunning Dolomite skyline and with the rumble of thunder and the occasional flash of lightning edging ever closer as the minutes ticked by, the Aldano ground provided an impressive arena that perhaps did not get what it deserved from a footballing point of view, as two well organised sides contested an even stalemate.


    There were moments where Swindon sparked – Paul Benson fired the tourists into the lead after three minutes and Andy Williams struck the woodwork just before the break – but by and large the Robins did a good job of stifling the Bayern Munich II midfield, building from the back and generally holding their own against an opposition evidently brimming with technical quality.


    Chances were few and far between in the first period, barring the opportunities for Benson and Williams and Alessandro Schopf’s equaliser for Bayern, and a combination of pre-season cobwebs and the odd misplaced pass meant the action on the pitch failed to complement the spectacle off it.


    However, Town looked composed for the most part on the ball and, with six new signings making up more than half of the starting XI, controlled periods of possession with what at times seemed to be a bit of a swagger.


    After the break, with manager Paolo Di Canio again making 10 changes to his original side, those players more accustomed to sharing a pitch found a rhythm and went close through Raffa De Vita, James Collins and Aden Flint.


    Bayern had their chances, and could have ended the game well on top but for more brilliance from Wes Foderingham – but a draw was most certainly the fairest of results.


    Despite the overwhelming bias in favour of the German side – made evident by a pre-match DJ playing his set dressed in full Munchen regalia and a good 400 Bayern fans chanting pitchside – Town made a strong start and went ahead with their first attack of any significance.


    Matt Ritchie won possession on the right and slipped in Benson, who showed a familiar calmness to slot the ball beyond Maximilian Riedmuller in the Munich goal.


    Bayern almost found themselves level 15 minutes later, but Foderingham found the reach to get one of his massive paws to Bastian Fischer’s 10-yard snapshot.


    It was a tremendous save, and deserved more than to keep Swindon ahead for only seven more minutes.


    However, Foderingham could do little about the Munich leveller.


    A cross from the right evaded both Town centre-backs and, when the backtracking Ritchie fluffed his clearance and Bayern winger Dale Jennings made a similar mess of his swipe at goal, the ricochet fell kindly for Schopf, who greedily gulped up the chance.


    After a 10-minute flux, where neither side could maintain possession long enough to prise the other open, Swindon went within inches of regaining the advantage through Williams.


    Leaping onto Benson’s pass, the former Yeovil striker beat Riedmuller only to see his shot spin back off the German keeper’s right-hand post, across goal, past his desperate lunge and to safety.


    It was the final chance of a somewhat barren 45 minutes.


    As the air cooled and the clouds rolled ominously in for the start of the second half, Di Canio made wholesale changes – leaving only Foderingham on the pitch.


    A storm was building in the skies above Andalo, and below them Town began to rain attempts down on the Bayern goal.


    De Vita, again hugely impressive on the right, bounced through three tackles to test Riedmuller, Collins headed over when well set and Rooney also fluffed his lines at the back post as the Wiltshire outfit threatened.


    With lightning flashing in the background, the match almost endured an ugly flashpoint midway through the second period when Rooney and Niklas Horn scrapped on the touchline.


    But, unlike the weather, calm was quickly restored and the handbags were returned to their respective lockers.


    After soaking up the pressure, Bayern twice should have stolen the win in the final 20 minutes.


    On each occasion, striker Marius Duhnke was the guilty party. First the forward was denied by another fine stop from Foderingham before failing to get his shot away when played through one on one with the Town stopper.


    It would have been unfair on Swindon had Dunkhe taken either chance, as it would have been on Bayern had Simon Ferry’s dipping volley not been padded over the crossbar by Riedmuller late on.


    And as the monsoon started almost bang on the final whistle, both sides’ outlook could be brightened by the result.


    “The result is not always important, I want to see my team play well,” said Di Canio afterwards. “Today was important to see the improvement from the new players.


    “I’m happy because at the end of the day you look at the result, against a good side who did not only bring their young players but also their experienced players.


    “It was a good game.”

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