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Thursday, 15 March 2012

Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Online Free Live Stream UEFA Europa League Preview -15 March-2012,19:00 CET

Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Live Stream Online UEFA Europa League 2012 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on Thursday 03/15/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Stream Free Online Video Of UEFA Europa LeagueThursday 15 March 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 19:00 CET .UEFA Europa League,Watch Video Online Live Online,Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Live Streaming Video ,Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Stream,Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Live free,Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Streaming,Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Live, Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege online,Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege online, Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege Results,UEFA Europa LeagueFixtures.With three Belgian clubs representing the league in Europe’s often maligned competition, we’re going to break from tradition and celebrate it like no tomorrow. Club Brugge made it out of a tricky group, no thanks to a stunning four goal comeback in Maribor within 15 minutes. Tim Woods gives the lowdown on Club Brugge’s opponents in the Round of 32, Bundesliga club, Hannover 96

Last season, Hannover 96 spent a lot of time sat proudly in third place, with genuine hopes of qualifying for the Champions League and ousting Bayern Munich. Order was restored in the final few games, to everyone’s relief: Bayern’s naturally, but also fans of Germany’s other top clubs who were more worried about their UEFA ranking than any fairy tales (Hannover crashing out in the qualifiers would not have helped their ranking coefficient). And indeed to Hannover’s; the Europa League was plenty for their fans to enjoy after last season’s excitement.

And in this one-club city, the local fans have been delighted with Die Roten’s adventures so far. A hard-fought win over fancied Sevilla in the qualifiers saw Hannover drawn in an evenly matched group – it would be out of character for this humble club to say they were pleased with an easy draw in their first Europa League season – and they progressed to the last 32.

So who should Club Brugge watch out for, in a team of virtual unknowns outside of Germany (and indeed their own city for a few of them)? Lastseason’s star, and firm fans’ favourite, is Didi Ya Konan, but the striker is unlikely to play having just returned from the African Cup of Nations with Ivory Coast. It’s unlikely he would have started anyway, as the preferred front two this season has been the slow but skilful Jan Schlaudraff and the improving Mo Abdellaoue, who has reportedly been interesting Arsenal (although this wasn’t reported by Arsenal, it’s worth pointing out). Brugge will need to watch his pace; play too far forward and they will be caught on through balls to him, like many Bundesliga defences have been.

Hannover’s strength comes from its midfield – a solid four led by Sergio Pinto, a Portuguese who dictates the play with sharp tackles followed by short, quick passes out wide to Konstantin Rausch and Lars Stindl on the flanks. Pinto is usually supported by Schmeidebach in the middle, a similarly tidy player. They aren’t flashy, but they are effective and hard to break down.

The back four follows a similar mould – solid but unspectacular, although Christian Schulz would surely have more Germany caps were he not competing with Phillip Lahm for the left-back position. New signing Christian Pander has been filling in while Schulz is injured. The American Steven Cherundolo captains the team at right back. Tunisia captain Karim Haggui partners the well-known Emmanuel Pogatetz in the centre for a sturdy but slow pairing. They win virtually all battles in the air, fewer on the
ground. Behind them is another star in the making, Ron-Robert Zieler, who will soon be putting pressure on Manuel Neuer in the national team.

UEFA Europa League
Match : Hannover 96 v St'dard Liege
Date Thursday 15 March 2012
Kick Off Time: 18:00 GMT
Venue;
Live/Repeat: Live

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