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Well all the "Hitzfeld Flyer Crew" from NO were supposed to be out in numbers, i fully expected thousands of things to be kicking about..

 

Here was me thinking we would get to make paper aeroplanes again. :doubleact:

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Nah, there was to much distraction on the field this time... :o

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As we're on the subject of Hitzfeld...

 

 

I dont know much about him, anyone got a list of his achievments/clubs etc etc?

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http://www.newcastle-online.com/

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That white writing on a black background is a stroke of genius. Eye-strainingly effective. :o

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Especially when you follow by clicking on his CV, which is black on white - my eyes! :doubleact:

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Apparently he can speak Swiss. That's how clever he is!

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Yes, he can speak 5 different languages in total, German, Swiss, English, Italian and broken Spanish.

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I wasn't aware broken spaniards had their own language :o

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Swiss Germans will claim they have their own language, mind.

 

Whereupon normal Germans (a contradiction in terms, I know, but bear with me...) will laugh heartily.

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I doubt even most Swiss Germans will think of their dialects as an own language! Hitzfeld is so good, he's invented a whole new language and masters it perfectly tbh.

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Swiss Germans will claim they have their own language, mind.

 

Whereupon normal Germans (a contradiction in terms, I know, but bear with me...) will laugh heartily.

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I doubt even most Swiss Germans will think of their dialects as an own language! Hitzfeld is so good, he's invented a whole new language and masters it perfectly tbh.

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You're right, it's probably just living in Hamburg that's given me that impression... the local lingo feels very different to what's spoken in Germany's southern neighbour, Bavaria, and its satellite states of Austria and Switzerland... :doubleact:

 

I'm still liking the idea of the broken Spaniards, too...

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