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German Swiss All Stars
German-Swiss All Stars vs Hibernians FC

German-Swiss All Stars vs Hibernians FC

By Marco Reichel
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GSAS crisis deepens

Besides our multiple long-term injuries, we had to compensate further absences due to Diwali travelling, including our top scorer Alain, our tank Di (weighing even heavier considering that he's currently in the form of his life), Rafa and Flo, who - despite tremendous support from our PM friends thanks to Marks recruiting efforts - turned out to be incompensatable. With our firm goal of not conceding the first goal for once we started off well - especially Joe in the center was very convincing - but were completely shaken off course when in around minute 15, one of our two central defender soldiers Pipo suffered a muscle injury and had to be subbed (adding to our extensive list of invalids). While Madse did a really good job coming on, it didn't take more than 2 long balls in our box and a sleeping GSAS defense to bring us 0:2 down. Hibs then started to completely control the game and added a third one after a nice pass combination in our box just before halftime. After some changes and our back against the wall we again started better in second half and it was Hamza who changed positions from central defender to striker to score, 1:3. Our euphoria didn't last long when we conceded the 1:4 pretty much immediately afterwards. With the resulting frustration and our fitness deficits, the best thing I can say about the remaining game is that I got a bit of a tan and the beers after the game tasted good. Can't quite recollect all goals of Hibs, some of them were pretty nice, and on our side, Khan who came on made his best game so far and rewarded himself with his first Cosmo goal and MoM. End result 2:8, we urgently need to change something, otherwise we will soon be bottom of the table.
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Sat 29, Oct 2022