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i don't know if there's something he needs to begin. to discover the a. place. subscribe to the documentary on you tube. is this the posse it until i moved down there coco to see. that this is not the case. once that's interesting you know that we go for the same mondays and they don't we're going to do this. these are not there for you to make so much is that a boy. in
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april 990 communist east germany was effectively being wound down but with new opportunities finally emerging some developments were far from free. you know it was chaos in this country that wasn't really a country anymore and it's. the state authority crumbling it became a free for all in the country spoke all stadiums. all of the today show on the for their whole kinds of promises being married people lied about everything under the sun. where young people who vote will became a valve for venting frustration in an extreme manner as mas he knows. of all.
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6 months after the fall of the berlin wall state institutions were now also collapsing. the west german deutschemark would already become the new currency that summer. amidst the upheaval sweeping the land beyond sport park in east berlin hosted the country's last cup final before german reunification . it was 2 days that is over show dresden that they're not the only ones with their brand of attractive football and that's all we need to prove today dresden will be scared of us because we've already kicked out 2 teams i'm sick with tough we need that same energy today i want to see every man busting a gut for the others that are putting on
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a plane had tears in my eyes i had goosebumps that's how pumped up i was and that feeling was passed on to the players they were totally fired up. yet my friend or scores his goal peter schools one bomb got 23 goals and dresden will need 4 come home bus to go up you'll see let's get out there give it your all and remember if you're down you're not down and out. i've been going to. see if i was 18 i've never been so scared before a match looking back i was totally overwhelmed i run around and didn't know where i was supposed to be running. sherene were in the east german 2nd division and a surprise package in the final their opponent's reigning champions dynamo dreams been teaching the likes of east german stars kierston salman and thorsten get the game reflected the times east germany was being wound down. it's economy in
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a state of collapse. but for people in sharing and elsewhere in the country german reunification was on the horizon and people were free to travel. in the cities it did take pace of change in society was something you couldn't ignore on the contrary there were all these things we were now facing for the 1st time marketing taxes and contracts we had no idea what our future wouldn't. in east germany sports weren't integra part of society and governed from top to bottom by the state the country's football players had enjoyed takashi training and after the fall of the berlin wall were now a great interest to west german clubs. among those attending the last cup final
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before the country's demise was buyer leverkusen football executive branch or callum and for business and personal reasons. my mother is from the east coast and remember the rule aids and dumplings she used to make. had an affection for these people and still do. the both because on this. it's a region i love as well as the baltic sea coast of course. i was very happy to see the dawn of a new era. in the summer of 1990 the east german currency was replaced by the west german deutschmark west german supermarket chains were quick to set up stores in the east and with them came the western consumer goods. i'm a zipper from vote for the officer always being told what to do under communism now . we suddenly had to decide everything for ourselves in
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a free market society because if we didn't even know what unemployment was back home well i need social security so that was really difficult for those players so where do we go from here now that that's flash here for he says feed it became this like that. none like nationals and i went straight from jail to unemployment as i was it was i never found a new job and the $435.00 mox we're now getting is impossible to live off of unless you want to be asking a little something in the name just like mine if we go down the cliff and that happened to my in-laws and my mother was at that age where this issue became absolutely crucial so of course i was worried. and. didn't especially if the globalist i know. i knew all these guys who had
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qualifications for professions that no longer existed so you needed to retrain a lot of people had completed college degrees that were now not recognized and. donna not i know stomach that he has found he said that in 5 elite 9 bare hands. oh oh. god. oh. my god move up press them come on. i'm going to have to save time oh sure the. come on girls get a move on to most things that count that was all i cared about was that that man can say anything is possible through time if he didn't get that kind of credit for i was totally obsessed with the business i'm. undress i told you to clear yarns
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come on unbelievable keep it up. that i don't like is not. trying to write that god. god. i knew both a monthly doctoral thesis to a mix of all was the how it's not since newton the folks to make the world as i know and vice was all funding stock all storm for the stomach was under a cult is all that's on so no it was the device no fossil still was 600 years and they spoke pressure on us from the off one attack via who made 3 of us look like amateurs stallman's and. people here until i was on this ng for talking to the level well i wasn't there to scout but i noticed she leans multi-year stomach's the
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lines in something this skinny guy i left photos of the other things from these little things you know and i thought well no ok he's got talent talent and it's always hard to judge the pace is that the no i think should be lean were 2nd division back then once he got 3 it's worth anything withing but he stood out to me and i thought we should check him out then who come once a month. my theory is that i had already tracked attention after having him the winner in straight the last semifinal was a we were shot the kind of god i didn't have an agent i just accepted the deal he was offering me because for me it was a huge amount of money for me it meant a future and an insurance. or not see here. we said
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you'll get such and such a sum for your rents and other living costs make i'd say 2000 marks that will cover your basics plus will guarantee him a proper permanent job or educational training so that he had options. and above all that we give him top rate training as a footballer. soon after that final don signed to byron leverkusen 435-0000 marks or around 180000 euros and move it all i did some big time furniture shopping i'll take that bed in that wardrobe all paid for by live accusing somebody i would say it was like a dream land a completely different world it's. traditionally player transfers were few and far between east german clubs like sherene formerly also called vienna but that all changed right after the fall of the berlin wall in
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november of 1909. you always afraid hopefully we won't lose another one of our songs she it was a tough time you were afraid to 247. but his squad did fall apart during that season franken rolled hole not good went to you beck in the 4th division. yens bush yet to hamburg in the west german top flight. good things have been done differently in that transitional year 989-2990 had a ban on transfers and no way east germans were happy to see an end to all those bans and decrease the very things they've taken to the streets to protest against this. new bans could they have imposed a provisional 3 year ban on east german players signing to west german clubs city
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despite them out playing in the same league and i don't think that would have worked. and dresden players were among the top targets for west german scouts who would approach them on site right after training. it is like another team and then before there was a big issue out that. time. who would move clubs and to when and. these were things we've never had to deal with before this is not true and of course it was about resources and. you has it sitting up there in the stands and he could hardly hide himself there consider taking this. during the final draft in center forward kiersten had a largely quiet game unlike the league football where he scored in every 3rd game as seen here again smacked of.
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justin there's a lot of talk from both about yourself and. i west german magazine has published details of a contract between you and. did you actually sign for them. i did sign a contract but it was then immediately destroyed so that has to be a photocopy of anything no original copy exists so i can talk all they want i'm never going there. again. that signature wasn't perhaps a wise move. there were a lot of factors involved they said to dresden and my advisor had given their approval i gave it a lot of thought but couldn't reach anyone so i just signed. on and that there was complete naivety see among pros who'd grown up in east germany as was the
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case throughout society. and new market was born as something 1000 sales reps and agents scouted the country and football was likewise a lucrative market. it was crazy to housing that half the people selling you things door to door health insurance and other such things on the physician of a call for voice it included to say bob carr oh of course you could easily take out a loan that was my doc but we conservative thinking east germans were still gullible. as of yet they still taught me to do to a song i'm sufficiently we certainly learned our lesson that with. this negative thought. later that summer and before german reunification kiersten
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left demoed trace them for buying leverkusen for what would have been 1800000 here else. the book. of best dying of old kusin was a top signing of all the big stars we had and there was an a sense shoes stuff. said roberto and lucio c.e.o. but he was the biggest player we had caused by fizzy and. went into effect the unthought as a since high school spirits was on that cup the bar was up . i know both function. went on young student i met him i was christ god. and since it's a group things informed by. one that was almost
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a whole he was in his own hands as i want to start a petition i still saturates order. and signs just on. the business of lending is that he wouldn't were happy we took the lead after a nice movie we knew dresden would defend solidly and it's all open at half time and i was like that's hopeful side. i was often the 1st eyes on. for sherene the road to the final had been a long one starting at this tiny stadium opened in 1922. or . 3000 to show so in dogtown stand with 3000 people there and then and there to pick up for so for someone taking a kona they were practically tugging on your jersey says the oldest of on the view and the noise to prove that it was like a minute to anfield in liverpool the untrue the never would have been the east german cup semifinals in april 1900 sherene like fish one nil
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ask how he sushi 1000 fans in this little anfield and watson atmosphere. they are zones and then we used to sing. to deduce no no nono * nono nono no no mo mo mo mo mo mo do not know those mana i'm now imagine several 1000 people saying that just by looking at. the semifinal was overshadowed by fighting among fans before the game had even kicked off.
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that was one of the call that there was also lawlessness at that time people did as they wanted and the new system then gradually established itself but in general it wasn't an easy time and it was tough as i was really excited. i was interested to hear a side. retiring was i in the early nineties following german reunification there was a huge upsurge of hooliganism at matches in the east was based as you actually are it's difficult to pinpoint a cyclone i think there were some people who reckon they could now really go to town a. day of the ball go on. them i know of only police the police no longer
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enjoy the same unassailable status for like in the woods and they used that to test the limits of the game and buy them the machines or go hunt for the new cousin in full it's like a mini fence knocking speed some bonnet up if you have the gets you just as the fields. you put it side seats the footing steinhart it's a work it's most of our frontin gas i. think sweden's issue given dollar dollars and hosting the one tonne asked is that souped up. because of his alleged assault live never been able to explain it as a i just don't know 41 ball but i guess there was this underlying frustrations and potential for aggression which then erupted does this bungle. and the police were extra vigilant during the last cup final before that and is germany also using cameras for surveillance.
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was there. for the stream team the game was a golden opportunity to showcase their talent while for the club it was a big money earner. a west german adult magazine paid $20000.00 joints marks to be sure every insert sponsor for this one match. jerseys did look a bit strange not too long ago i saw a photo of some thoughts on the movie how embarrassing it was was he on the show i thought it was the end of east germany and the clubs desperate to win some money and get some. nice she won by i wasn't surprised because i knew you could quickly
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secure a lot of reps in the east with a little contract on call and sets of ice skating dates and on and it's nice to be sitting on the bus magazine don't give month to month as if. there's a not so nice a kind of slow comma but i. thought. they still didn't see me again the i got sigs really know that this is the life that does. get called clever . dice and it's all time sure they get all the songs most buckshot. done is to stop us yet and. use a minute before to see some excuse. me ts and i went on to have an illustrious career he transferred to stuttgart in the bundesliga and then to enter milan in the said yeah before returning to the business they got every see
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a dortmund. he became an international star for united germany winning giro $96.00 and the ballon d'or. this season on the base. police decision you know that we're going to see monday's this big and this evenin. these are not bad for you if they so much is enough for you to hold the shitty currency should be done by you because. it would be dinamo dresden the last major title to team then broke up as star players signed to other clubs not long afterwards some players were revealed to have worked as informants for the stasi secret police. there were all these stories about stasi links among the players and the medical teams because the public could now access those files. up to and he thought
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it was crazy i can still remember all the wording from the files. the physio was watching the doctor and vice versa the center forward was watching the center back so tactically similar to on the pitch each man was assigned to someone else which meant that everyone was covered that was the essence of it but it wasn't a life in matter it's. among those active for the in finnish 1000 where frankly. andrea's taliban and team doctor dr wolfgang klein. in the files stryker tours. had the code name chota. he was tasked with reporting on the mood in the team and providing an assessment of
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each player. including ralph. doesn't so. there was some things that happened that was simply out of line that this it was basically about hurting someone else. and that led to the house not lies but troops. then distorted. and that was shocking went up to me it's now all in the past. it's been 3 years since i last checked my stasi file just to copy the important stuff is just what it was still this huge pile there in a sealed bag in a cupboard essentially i've buried them there and that subject is now over for me. to steam off with them. up the hogged. should there come a time when i'm retired and want to take a look there their minds but it was a symbolic act for me saying let's put
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a lid on it for me so it's more than their good cloth it's good. trish varying being runners up was the biggest success in club history. that squad produced future but missed against ties like mathias common and injuries rank stepping down guy is now head coach at 2nd division side patter born in western germany the last cup final before the end of east germany had 2 winners. and. i was disappointed to lose to win but you have to put on an act you could see me off to the final whistle with my arms and the yeah as if we have one to one fight sometimes it was an important signal to everyone we are not on the losing side we all win it isn't a given that there is a process not to go and what i did spread to the others it was party time for cooks
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were popping by the end we almost believed we really had. no plans to vote on monday and that was what i'd worked for it was my life and today when i'm talking to friends however besigye am on why the wait when it comes to deny almost surely it's overwhelming to think of all that you've been through.
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