News : HSV: Hamburg’s followers are “proud” – and thanks the team
Network reactions: Irony among HSV fans: Hamburg’s followers are “proud” – and thanks the team
Hamburger SV missed their return to the Bundesliga again. After three failed attempts, the HSV fans let their frustration run free, but the majority of the appendix can only react to the ongoing second-rate status with self-irony.
In the 2018/19 season fourth in the table, last year again fourth in the table – and now, after the 3-2 defeat on matchday 33 in Osnabrück, even only fifth. The fact is: HSV does not manage to finish the second division season in one of the top three ranks even in the third attempt.
The disappointment could be seen in the players after the final whistle. Striker Simon Terrode tore his hair, goalkeeper Sven Ulreich was sitting at the goal post and the defender Toni Leistner mourned on the sidelines.
HSV fans are “proud” – and thank the team
The majority of HSV fans, on the other hand, do not seem quite as depressed. Although one can find emotional and insulting comments in the direction of the players and the club on the Internet, the majority react with self-irony.
A HSV fan thanks the team because he can now at least enjoy next Sunday. Another fan is “proud” of his club, because you just stay true to yourself – and “keep the class again”.
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Another HSV supporter emphasizes that it would be better to stay in the second division, as you can enjoy a win from time to time, while another sarcastically emphasizes that you are in a game of “need against.” Misery “play, embarrassing too.
Still others go even further and ask themselves when one is actually one of the veterans in the second division and reformed the adjective “cannot be relegated” into “cannot be ascended”. HSV was one of the founding clubs of the Bundesliga in 1963 and was considered an indelible veteran in Germany’s top division until it was relegated in 2018.
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