German football goes public

June 28, 2008
By Uli Hesse-Lichtenberger
It's hard to believe the whole thing started three weeks ago. There are moments when it seems as if the opening match was played in the dim and distant past, a half-forgotten time when Alexander Frei was healthy and Franck Ribéry rearing to go, when a guy called Roberto Donadoni was the Italy coach and only Bayer Leverkusen and Rangers fans had heard the name Andrei Arshavin. Then there are moments when it seems as if the first whistle was blown only yesterday. What do you mean, just one more game? ...

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