Walace Souza has had trouble finding a place in the squad under Christian Titz. Source: Bild.de

Nick and Caspar discuss complications with Walace, transfer rumors and international matches leading up to the World Cup this summer. We take a look at fixtures at the World Cup this summer for currently contracted HSV players as well as up-and-coming youth in the academies.

“[Walace] was asked to play Center Back against Hertha, aparently. He said no… and got taken out of the starting 11 and 18 subs.”

Caspar talking about Walace’s demotion to HSV II

Nick and Caspar discuss defeat at home at the hands of Hertha and review upcoming fixtures as well as the waning feasibility of escaping relegation this season. With Hollerbach being dismissed hours following the recording of our first episode, Titz has secured the managerial helm of the team. We review who might be in the squad next season and transfer rumors as of late.

Stuttgart haven’t lost any of their last seven and have won five of their last seven. If we keep building off this first half performance, anything can happen.

Caspar talking optimistically about our next match versus Vfb Stuttgart


Vedad Ibisevic (C) battles Douglas Santos, who scored his first Bundesliga goal, for the ball. (Photo: Official Twitter/ Hamburger SV)

Nick and Patrick talk about the match against Bayern, the changes in our managerial positions with Todt and Bruchhagen being let go, the club’s potential future with regards to the squad as well as playing in the 2. Bundesliga. We also take a look at the remaining games and how they might play out.

I don’t know why I still do it. I enjoy pain. But, here we are.

Patrick describing his passion for HSV

From left to right, Rick Van Drongelen (HSV #4), Filip Kostic (HSV #17), Vasilije Janjicic (HSV #16), Josh Vagnoman (HSV #47), Kyriakos Papadopoulos (HSV #9) and Douglas Santos (HSV #6). FC Bayern München vs. Hamburger SV, 1.Bundesliga, Fussball, 10.03.2018, München Copyright: xLanger/Eibner-Pressefotox EP_HLR