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What happened to Hertha Berlin? Hertha BSC beat Hamburg’s St. Pauli 1- 0 and doing a bit better in the Bundesliga 2nd division – www.brazil-world-cup2014.com by contributor Mr Filip van der Plas

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012
Berlin Olympic Stadium - foto from Wikipedia by Chrisgj6

We wrote this in the blog in May this year ………….”The above great foto taken of an empty Berlin Olympic Stadium – home of Hertha Berlin Football Club will probably look this empty next year because the team is now offically relegated down a league from the German top Bundesliga.”

So how are they in fact doing there in the 2nd division? If last [...] Continue Reading…

Jos Luhukay presented as Hertha Berlin’s new coach – by OTA-Berlin Constituency Blog contributor Mr Filip van der Plas

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
Hertha logo [Wikipedia]

 Jos Luhukay was presented as Hertha Berlin’s new coach yesterday and he is planning his now 2nd division team after the Hertha’s appeal against relegation from the Bundesliga was rightfully rejected.

Luhukay will be Otto Rehhagel’s successor and the 48-year-old Dutchman urged Hertha FC and its supporters to not delve in the past but to look at getting back into the Bundesliga first [...] Continue Reading…

Hertha Berlin lose last minute relegation appeal and are relegated…again /- Berlin’s club bad management pay the ulimate price for its own stupidity – Berlin football fans let down yet again – by Filip van der Plas

Saturday, May 26th, 2012
Berlin Olympic Stadium - foto from Wikipedia by Chrisgj6

The above picture of an empty Berlin Olympic Stadium – home of Hertha Berlin Football Club will probably look this empty next year because the team is now offically relegated down a league from the German top Bundesliga.
The appeal of Hertha FC to the DFB has not been successful and hence is now offically in the German 2nd division. They did not deserve to [...] Continue Reading…

Hertha Berlin lose again and are relegated…again /- Berlin’s club bad management pay the ulimate price for its own stupidity – Berlin football fans let down yet again – by Filip van der Plas

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
Berlin Olympic Stadium - foto from Wikipedia by Chrisgj6

“Hertha needs to start filling its stadium – the Olympic Stadium of Berlin” is what I wrote some months ago, however the picture you see above of a wonderful stadium is empty and will remain so at least to now 2nd division German team Hertha Berlin.

Fortuna Düsseldorf secured their place in the First Bundesliga and thereby consigned Hertha Berlin to the 2nd [...] Continue Reading…

Hertha Berlin play Bayer Leverkusen away later today – Bundesliga obsessed with 1st place rivalry between Bayern München/ Borussia Dortmund – by Filip van der Plas

Saturday, April 14th, 2012
Berlin Olympic Stadium - foto from Wikipedia by Chrisgj6

Berlin play Bayer Leverkusen today away and it will be another match then MUST win to avoid relegation. We will report about Hertha later in the week on this blog however ‘the talk of the town’ including Berlin is how all football fans and the Bundesliga are obsessed with the Bayern München vs. Borussia Dortmund rivalry.

Did Bayern just lose the game – [...] Continue Reading…

Hertha lose again! oh No! – in 17th place and almost ready for relegation…again /- Berlin in 1-2 home defeat to SC Freiburg – by Filip van der Plas

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012
Berlin Olympic Stadium - foto from Wikipedia by Chrisgj6

Hertha needs to start filling its stadium – the Olympic Stadium of Berlin however it seems to doing everything possible to hinder that happening.  It is one of the largest football stadiums in Germany where the World Cup final was held in 2006 and can seat up to 75,000 football fans.
Yes they are back to their old ways – Hertha losing ways . [...] Continue Reading…

Hertha lose again – now in 17th place and almost ready for relegation…again /- Berlin in 4-1 home defeat to Wolfsburg – by Filip van der Plas

Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Berlin Olympic Stadium - foto from Wikipedia by Chrisgj6

Hertha needs to start filling its stadium – the Olympic Stadium of Berlin. It is one of the largest football stadiums in Germany where the World Cup final was held in 2006 and can seat up to 75,000 football fans.
Yes they are back to their old ways – losing ways.
Hertha Berlin failed to repeat their great 3-1 away wins at Mainz last [...] Continue Reading…

Hertha Berlin deservedly beat Mainz 1-3 – first away win since Oct/2011 – Berlin’s first away goal in 2012 scored by Änis Ben-Hatira – by Filip van der Plas

Monday, March 26th, 2012
Otto Rehhagel - foto Wikipedia by Beek100

 

Ben-Hatira , with Tunisian parents, was born in Berlin in 1988 and started his football career playing for local youth clubs eventually ending up at Hertha BSC.

Otto Rehhagel presented a different team which lost to Bayern Munich last week in a painful 0-6 drubbing.

Brought into the team was Ben-Hatira, Lell moved from midfield to right back to replace and Kobiashvili was deposited [...] Continue Reading…

Rehhagel and Hertha Berlin fall on the wrong side of Robben, Gomez and Müller & Co. losing 0-6 to Bayern München- by Filip van der Plas

Saturday, March 17th, 2012
Otto Rehhagel - foto Wikipedia by Beek100

Bayern München ‘cleaned the clock’ of sinking-quickly Hertha Berlin in the German capital yesterday evening, out-playing the Berliners in all aspects of the game winning 0-6.

This after earlier in the last week having won 7-1 against Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga last weekend and then winning 7-0 against Swiss Basel FC in the Champions league in the middle of the week.

Hertha Berlin, seemingly [...] Continue Reading…

Rehhagel and Hertha book important first win – beat Werder Bremen 1-0 ‘- by Filip van der Plas

Sunday, March 4th, 2012
Otto Rehhagel - foto Wikipedia by Beek100

Hertha Berlin was able to celebrate just a little yesterday after their home win, and actually obtain some highly needed points – the first with newly appointed coach Otto Rehhagel.

The 3 points are the first from this year and hopefully will be the first of many such wins – or even ties will do – in order to avoid relegation again next [...] Continue Reading…

Coach of Hertha Berlin Otto Rehhagel – ‘We are not Barcelona – don’t try to play like Barcelona! ‘- by Filip van der Plas

Monday, February 27th, 2012
Otto Rehhagel - foto Wikipedia by Beek100

Newly appointed Hertha coach Otto Rehhagel did not have an auspicious beginning in his new trainer’s job losing to lowly Augsburg, themselves candidates for relegation 3-0 on Saturday.

While giving due credit to FC Augsburg whom he said fought like lions, he made it clear that very basic tactical changes need to be made – it is clear that Hertha is not Barcelona [...] Continue Reading…