Jacob Sweetman: I'm too Sechser



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well spotted, it was the ladz vanishes. But in it, they are starangers and do spend a lot of time on a train.

@hotmailgrobi and sechser: Glad you like it, and I'll be going to see Gebhardt at Schoneiche (or wherever he is at the mo) in the next couple pf weeks, so keep your eyes out... cheers jake

sweetman more than 11 years ago

Only in England!!!

This article made my day. Thank you Mr. Sweetman for starting my day with a laugh. Only the British master the art of combining the lastest football with Germany's dark history. Keep up the good work! :)

Your loyal reader,

Hotmailgrobi more than 11 years ago


Im surprised in a very positive way, that the genius of Marco Gebhardt has been mentioned. His view and ability to chip the perfect crosser has never been reached again. Unfortanetely, he has become too slow for the 2. Bundesliga.

buzzdee more than 11 years ago


I don't want to be pedantic, but.......it's actually "The Lady Vanishes" not "Strangers on a Train". Caldicott and Charters , played splendidly by Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne. An archetypal paradigm of Englishness that still resonates today....viz yourself. Bowl on, boys, bowl on!

la pasionaria more than 11 years ago

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