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FF USV Jena - BV Cloppenburg 2:1 (MDR Thüringen Journal vom 03.12.2018)
FF USV Jena - BV Cloppenburg 2:1 (MDR Thüringen Journal vom 03.12.2018)

Der FF USV Jena schlägt den BV Cloppenburg mit 2:1 (1:0 - Tore: Sandra Müller, Lisa Seiler). Hinter den Kulissen dominert jedoch ein anderes Thema den ...

Doppelpacker Claudio Pizarro & Knipser Josh Sargent | Werder Bremen - SV Meppen 5:2
Doppelpacker Claudio Pizarro & Knipser Josh Sargent | Werder Bremen - SV Meppen 5:2

Werder Bremen schlägt den SV Meppen im Testspiel 5:2. Vor allem Claudio Pizarro überzeugte mit zwei Toren und zwei Vorlagen. WERDER.TV zeigt euch ...


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