German, soccer fan, and of course hoping for the best.
So for all the people out there having no clue about the German team, let's have a quick summary of the key players:
"Kiss me...down by the broken tree house..."
Ballack. BALLACK. In Germany only called:
El Capitano is injured. He can't play at the World. Cup. Why? Because of this:
Now, the guy hitting BALLACK [El Capitano] there, is Kevin-Prince Boateng. Who is he?
He's German. Wait. Half-German. Have a look how 2Pac he is:
"California...knows how to party..."
Kevin-Prince Boateng played for german national youth teams. But, he's a bit on the...ahem...criminal side. Got arrested and such. Only "coz he's black and ghetto" and such, so now he hates Germany. It certainly doesn't play a role that he didn't succeed here as a soccer player and plays now in England. So, he's playing for Ghana now. And his father says he hates Ballack. So the foul up there was justified.
Now, you guys who are not interested in soccer think: Why should I care? Oh, hello, because of him:
My most favourite player in the whole wide world: Jerome Boateng.
Boateng? Wait a minute...Right. He's the half-brother of 2Pac aka Kevin Prince Boateng. And...guess what?
He's playing for Germany.
Jerome = Germany.
Kevin "PRINCE" [read: the asshole player formerly known as Prince] = Ghana.
And the second match for Germany?
So it's brother vs. brother. And 82 millions Germans vs. Kevin Prince Boateng.
Here's some other players - and for those who think Germany won't go far, you might watch out for these three:
Bastian Schweinsteiger aka "Basti Fantasti". He's gonna take the role of Ballack as a leader. Watch out for him - he'll play a great World Cup. Guaranteed.
"Lalalalala...I don't know the German anthem but lalalalalal"
Mesut ÷zil. Sounds so German, eh? He's a great player. No Messi, but with very good technique. One of the key players - I think he makes Germany stronger than 2006 actually, because back then we didn't have such a good player in the offense.
Probably not a lot of people outside Germany will know this guy, but I have a strong feeling this will change soon. Toni Kroos, 21. Best player at various international youth tournaments. He's a new GŁnter Netzer/Bernd Schuster. Though he won't be a starter, he's a player who can make the difference eventually. I love this guy.
Oh, and here is our coach - Joooooooooooooooooooooooogi LŲw. Der Jogi.
He can do a lot of things:
He can wear a scarf.
He can be pensive.
He's really good in wearing scarfs.
He can hug Ballack.
"Fuck off, summer. I wear a scarf if I want to."
"I only need one eye to see that the English striker will miss the penalty."
"I won't give Janet Jackson my damn scarf."
Oh, i love the Jogi. We don't need to win to look damn good.