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【转】表哥的世界杯日记

(2011-05-07 15:15:03)
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巴拉克

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——搬自BLOGCN,2006-07-19

 

来来,先学习英文

 

Michael Ballack: My World Cup

 

  They changed the country a bit during the last month. For that, they are celebrated as if they be were World Champions. Players and coaches blessed their fans with an unforgettable summer, moving, overwhelming. For Stern, the captain of the German team describes how he experienced the football fairy tale of 2006.
  
  By Michael Ballack

  When I arrived at home at Starnberg Lake on Sunday afternoon, the house was silent and empty, Simone had just left with our three boys. You're not used to this silence anymore, seven weeks of tension, this enthusiasm - and now it's all over. I think we all will need some time to chew on this.
  
  The WC 2006 in Germany was an overwhelming tournament – and also a surprising one. We knew the Germans would support us passionately, but then, something else also happened, something new. An euphoria, not only because of our results, but of our manner, our style. After the semi final against Italy, most people left their flags on the cars, they didn’t say: we’re out, get rid of them. Instead, they were proud of this team, proud of themselves. I’m so happy about this: the fact that football can achieve something like this! I was reserved before the WC, but now I can say: we got something in motion. We changed Germany a bit during this month. That’s the best part of it all.

The biggest surprise, however, also for myself, was how fast we developed as a team.
  
  Jürgen Klinsmann was right. Us older players couldn’t be completely sure, many of his ideas were new. It’s always the same: the coach makes his decisions, the players watch him intensively. Somewhen you reach the point when victories create trust, more and more, and then everybody is convinced 100 %. Such a moment was the match against Poland, our goal in minute 92.
  
  The second crucial moment was certainly our win over Sweden in the Eighth final. We went through the first round pretty well, sure, but now things were serious: the first knock out match. The first really strong opponent. And then we beat them, like intoxicated. And we’re standing safe in the back. The most incredible thing was: on the pitch, it suddenly felt as if we were a mature, grown up team. That was the moment the team was believing in herself for good. Before, there was only talk about us having to develop, now we had the proof: we really did take one step forwards.
  
  I’m certainly somebody who’s open towards new ideas, but I’m not instantly enthusiastic just because something is new. That’s why I was a bit reserved at the beginning, maybe even a bit sceptical, considering the training contents, for example. The kind of training, a lot of weight training, a lot of powering, also during the tournament we still had to power, again and again, only a few of us knew that. Neither did I. Even our medical staff was wondering sometimes. But Jürgen was convinced, totally fixated on his target. He had his plan and pulled it through. It sometimes went to the limits.

  Concerning motivation, he also triggered whatever was possible. By pushing us every day he managed to keep our tension as high as possible for seven weeks. Don’t get me wrong: I loved it. But the weird thing is: I just notice now, after the last match, how exhausted I am. With Jürgen Klinsmann, there was a force behind it all, an intensity which we players used to cheer ourselves on during the tournament.
  
  Klinsmann is a hungry coach, who wanted to tell us with each fibre of his being: this is the target. We can do it! Many of the things we did were pure emotion, like the movies Sönke Wortmann edited before each match: our latest victory, the picture, goals, accompied with music. That makes your chest swell, even us older players'. Two or three days before the Quarter final against Argentina, who were the top favourites, I didn’t have any doubts left that we’d reach the next round. I’ve never experienced such a high tension and concentration before.
  
  On the other hand we had many freedoms. We were allowed to leave the quarter whenever we wanted to, different from the past, when things used to be more tense sometimes. The Schlosshotel has a wonderful atmosphere, we were undisturbed, completely on our own. You could withdraw into the garden tents, where we often sat at night, watching football and eating. Playing miniature golf and also darts, we would usually play for a couple of Euros. Table tennis was the hit, the table was occupied all the time, you could barely get close. Right after a meal was over the first ran to it.

  After the Ecuador match, when it was certain that we had won the round, there was a real party at the hotel. Oliver Bierhoff asked me if I could ask my buddy DJ Noppe from Berlin to spin the discs that night. Of course he loved to. He brought two singers along with him, it was a great night, with our girls and many friends. But it was over at one a.m. - after all, we had something to do. Simone couldn't be in Berlin often, because of our three little boys, but I saw her after a couple of games. And one time, before the last sixteen, I even went home for a day. Of course it was hard for the kids to understand that Daddy would come for one day only and leave again immediately.
  
  Klinsmann's style is young, modern, just right for our times. He did his thing, for us, knowing that he was sure to be criticised should we drop out prematurely. He was very bold that way. Then again, his boldness was sometimes irritating. When he appointed Jens Lehmann for number one, instead of Oliver Kahn, I was of course surprised. It was a shocking decision. In all the two years he never talked about it to me, the captain, nor did he even hint at it. And when in mid-May Philipp Lahm injured his arm badly, he had to get up again immediately after the operation. Fortunately Philipp recovered, and during the Cup I haven't seen anyone play his position better.

  I, too, had to experience that there would be no special treatment for any player of this team. At the initial match against Costa Rica, that I had been looking forward to for such a long time, I sat at the sidelines. I was very disappointed, but Jürgen Klinsmann said that the risk was too high. Everyone who knows me knows that I'd do anything to play.
  
  The injury was probably caused by straining the leg wrongly. I had a sprained my foot in Geneva, an annoying problem. You get treatment, unconsciously take the strain off your injured leg, thus overstraining the other one. After the friendly against Columbia we had two days off, I felt great, had no pain. But Sunday evening I realized that my muscle was reacting and closing off the calf. I know that type of injury, it isn't over in two days, but in four, five, just in time.
  
  I accepted Klinsmann's decision, we won 4:2, and the topic was dropped. As soon as you get into the tournament, you forget what has been, it's all about the next match. You are carried by enthusiasm, you are a part of the team, the days just fly by.

  Poland was a dream of a game: That the audience carried us along, that we won the game so close to the end! Cross Odonkor, goal Neuville. Then Ecuador: 3:0. Sweden: 2:0. Everything seemed to work out.
  
  Then Argentina. Jürgen Klinsmann said in the locker room: "Now's the time. The audience has our back. The Argentinians are scared." His talks were always like that, we suddenly felt like our adversary was shrinking and we were growing. You feel like you can move mountains. Franz Beckenbauer supposedly used to motivate like that as well.
  
  Of course, in Berlin the Argentinians stood amazingly. Gained the lead. We countered. Overtime.
  
  And then the cramps came, for me and other players. Cramps are terrible, you want to do something, but you can't, as much as you try. I just wanted the cramps to end before the penalty shoot-out. If you run up and get a cramp: hm.
  
  But penalties usually work out. I was sure we were going to win, not just because we have a good goalkeeper. We also have good scorers. Still: My God, you're in the quarter finals of a World Cup with Germany! You can only think about wanting to be done with it soon. Later you watch the recording and see everything you have done. That there was something: Throwing the coin. Choosing sides.
  
  In all other games I had won those. But what happens now? I lose. Shit, I thought. But then Sorin, Argentina's captain, said: You shoot first. I didn't give him time to change his mind. Ok, deal, we start.That's a big advantage - if you score, the others have to deliver. Olli Neuville scored. So did the Argentinian. Then me. Run, shoot, to the left in mid-height, goalkeeper to the right. In that moment I was the most relieved person in the world.

  When Jens caught Cambiasso's crucial shot, everything just broke forward. It's awesome. It's like an explosion. As a football player you rarely have situations were you can be so happy in a specific moment. If you become champion of your league it usually shows a couple of games in advance. But here it just came all at once. It was all or nothing. And you do it! That was my first penalty shoot-out - I can do well without it.
  
  I was so happy I didn't know what to do. But then I saw this crowd. The brawl had already begun. I just yelled "Get away, get away!" The only thing you can do is get out of it. Once you're in you lose control. Somebody slams his fist into your face, you fight back. Bam, your dream of the Cup is over. Sadly, that's what happened to Torsten Frings, who made a brilliant game but got suspended for the half finals.
  
  The Fringser was to be sorely missed in the Italy match - especially because he took the defensive work so seriously. That was the key to us getting so far, after all: We stood compact and stable.

  Not so long ago you had to worry about us, because we got too many goals against us. For two years we continued to make the same mistakes, we were just too open. Maybe I, as a captain, was too reluctant. I often discussed with Jogi Löw, but I think it was important to talk about it publicly after the 2:2 in the preparation against Japan. I just felt responsible. And time was running out. I really worried that things could go wrong at the World Cup.
  
  From then on I did my best to keep us together more properly. Even when we lost the ball we had to have a better security. During the games I always yelled: get closer together! Because that doesn't have to mean you get passive. It was about avoiding holes through which the opponent could come full power. Especially in midfield we stood better now.
  
  The coach gave me trust and responsibility concerning my position - I decided to play a little more towards the back. I was always scared that we might play a great preliminary round with many goals, and then in the last sixteen it's bang, and we're out. Sure, the price was: I didn't score a goal. It was just more difficult than usual to get into a scoring position. Totti and Zidane, for example, both had two defensives in their back. They were secured perfectly. They could just run riot in the front.

 

  Although I do have the feeling that many observes realised the responsibility I had. And that was good for me, too. Even Bayern manager Uli Hoeness phoned me and congratulated me on my game. But there was a certain calmness in me, too, as the ink on my contract with Chelsea was already dry in time before the WC.
  
  Closing the spaces in the midfield did make things easier for the boys behind us. Philipp Lahm and Per Mertesacker played incredibly superior as Jürgen Klinsmann had instilled self-confidence in them with all his strength. For Lukas Podolski and Bastian Schweinsteiger it was different in another way: the fans did hope for the advertised Poldi-and-Schweini show and this held back both of them a bit in the beginning. But the more time went by they relaxed. They matured at this WC.

 

  There was an incredibly huge harmony in the squad. It was even that harmonious that I sometimes thought: not that we’ll die of harmony, that’s a football squad here, there have to be clashes! But it didn’t clash, and maybe that was also one of Jürgen Klinsmann’s success secrets. I’m not one who talks big about hierarchy. It’s something that just builds up itself slowly; a team without hierarchy doesn’t work. Even if Jürgen Klinsmann is the type of guy who favours fairness a lot: we have one, too. Maybe not that obvious, but more subconsciously. I never held myself back on the pitch. Sometimes you just have to work on a player when he doesn’t follow the planned tactic. Every nuance is important at this stage so you have to become aggressive from time to time, too.
  
  Harmony and euphoria can be dangerous, too. In the days before the semi final too many people talked about the final. I always try to think just step for step. Mentally imagining you jumping hurdles is bullshit. I always suppressed the fantasy of holding the WC Cup. That’s just musings and I’m not a dreamer.
  
  At the time we had reached our first goal already: we wanted to be in Dortmund again at any price. When we played Poland the atmosphere had been indescribable. A white wall stood behind us. And then the backdrop at the semi final, I never saw anything like it before. It was a goosebump-raising match.

 

  Unfortunately we were set against Italy. Regarding them I was sure from early on: They’ll come very far. Crafty professionals, playing seamlessly, clever, tactically brilliant. And then they’ve that scandal pressing on them, that Juve and Milan are threatened by relegation. That gave them the extra push. They wanted to prove that they can do it without the ref favoring them. And half the team will probably be without a club soon, so everyone was hot to show their best performance. That was, as crazy as this sounds, a good constellation for them. The Italians deserved the title of World Champion, they got better and better with every match even if one noticed that their strength dwindled in the match against France. They had had their high point already: against us.
  
  And it seemed a long time in the semi final like it’d turn out to be something for us. We were just half an inch from the goal: penalties. I was sure that we’d win it. And then Grosso’s goal in the 119th minute.
  
  Suddenly you’re out.
  
  You’re suddenly completely empty, there’s absolutely nothing anymore. It was as if I was in another world. We couldn’t prepare for this, for getting kicked out, there was just no time anymore. That was the most cruel thing. Crash. Boom. End. Out.

 

  I don’t know what I thought, what I felt. It’s as if you’re paralyzed. You ask yourself: why? Why us? Why this way? Why do we get punished like this? That’s what you ask yourself, again and again: why? The chance was so huge. It won’t come back like that too soon. Maybe it won’t come for some of us ever again.
  
  You then walk the lap of honour like in a trance. You don’t see and hear much. Only afterwards, when I watched it again on TV, I noticed that ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ was playing. In truth you feel very alone.
  
  In the locker room there was only dejectedness. Only mourning. Some players cried, my tears were running, too. Some tried to console the guys next to them. I just wanted to be alone with myself. That the federal chancellor Angela Merkel appeared I didn’t really notice. I was with the physios, in the next room. After some minutes ‘Dieser Weg’ by Xavier Naidoo could be heard, the song that we always listened to before the matches. Maybe it was half an hour. I don’t know. If you didn’t have to be at the hotel at some time, you could have sat there for two, three hours. You just sit there, lacking all strength, there’s just emptiness. Late in the night we returned to Berlin to the Schlosshotel. I sat outside with Novotny, Kahn, Frings and some other players until the sky brightened. We drank some beers, you can’t eat and you can’t sleep, either.

 

(俺难得有耐心看这么长的英文,看到最后几段,真是难过的要死)

 

 米夏埃尔:我的世界杯(天涯水木涯mm翻译)

 

  在过去的一个月中,他们在一定程度上改变了这个国家。所以,他们受到了好像世界冠军一样的庆祝。球员和教练来给了他们的球迷一个难忘的感人的夏天。为了《Stern》,德国队的队长描述了他经历的2006年世界杯的真实故事。

  

米夏埃尔 巴拉克 著

  

当我在星期天下午抵达位于Starnberg湖畔的家时,屋子安静而空荡,西蒙尼刚刚带着我们三个儿子离开。你还不习惯这种安静,几个星期的紧张,热情,现在都结束了。我想我们都需要一些时间还回味。

  

2006德国世界杯是一届激动人心的赛事,也是一届出人意料的赛事。我们知道德国人们会热情的支持我们,但是,其他的一些新的事情发生了。一丝陶醉感,不是因为我们的结果,而是因为我们的方式,打法。在半决赛对意大利之后,大多数人们把旗子插在汽车上,他们没有说,我们出局了,遗弃他们吧。相反,他们为这支球队自豪,为他们自己自豪。我很高兴知道这点事实:足球可以实现像这样的某些事情!在世界杯之前我有些保守,但是现在,我能说:我们在运动上收获了一些。我们在这个月稍稍改变了德国。这是所有事情里最好的一部分。

 

  然而,最大的意外,同时对我自己而言,是我们如此之快的建立了球队。

 

  尤尔根-克林斯曼是对的。我们这些年老的队员不能完全保证,他的很多想法是新的。总是这样:教练做出了他的决定,球员们会关注他。当胜利带来信任的时候,你在某时刻会明白他的要点。然后,渐渐的,每一个人都百分之百的折服。这样的时刻就是在对抗波兰的比赛中,我们在92分钟的进球。

 

   第二个关键时刻当然是八分之一决赛我们赢了瑞典。我们有个完美的开局,但是现在来看事情是严峻的:这是第一场淘汰赛。第一个真正强大的对手。然后我们战胜了他们,就像被激励了一样。我们安全了。最难以置信的是:突然感觉我们好像是一支成熟的成长起来的队伍。那一刻,我们相信这支队伍自身是好的。在这之前,舆们一起收进屋论都说我们需要成长,现在我们有证据:我们的确向前迈了一步。

 

   我相信具有新想法的人,但我不热衷于此,一因为有些东西是全新的。那也是我为什么在开始是有点保守的原因,也许是有点怀疑,例如,考虑到训练的内容。这种训练,包括大量的体能训练,虽然在比赛中我们也需要体能,但是,我们中仅仅少数人明白这点。我也不明白。甚至有时我们的队医感到惊奇。但是尤尔根是具有说服力的,总是坚持他的目的。他有他的计划并实行它。有时,它也受到限制。

 

  考虑到激励,他也尽可能的激励我们。通过每天的推进,我们成功的把我们的紧张状态几个星期都保持在一个较高的水平。不要误会:我很喜欢这样。但是不可思议的事情是:我现在才注意到,在最后一场比赛之后我是多么筋疲力尽。用尤尔根-克林斯曼的话说,所有这一切背后有一个动力,紧张感—我们球员通常会在比赛中为我们自己喝彩。

 

  克林斯曼是一个渴求的教练,他试图用他的每一根神经告诉我们:这就是目标。我们能完成它!我们做的很多事情是纯思想的,每场比赛之前就电影Sönke Wortmann中演的,伴随着音乐,我们最近的胜利,进球。这些,让我们心潮澎湃,甚至是我们这些年长的队员!在四分之一决赛对抗阿根廷之前的两三天,谁到达最好状态,我毫不怀疑我们都到达另一个高峰。我之前从来没有感受到如此好的紧张状态和集中力。

 

   另一方面我们有很多自由。我们被获准在我们想离开的时候离开集训营,这不同于以往,那时事情有时常常更糟。Schlosshote气氛很棒,我们泰然自若,完全做我们自己。你一刻进入花园帐篷,我们常常在晚上坐在那儿,看足球,吃东西。玩迷你高尔夫球和射箭,我们有时玩一组Euros。打乒乓球,桌子总是被占着,你很少能靠近。常常是饭后第一时间跑向它。

 

  在和厄瓜多尔比赛后,当我们确信我们能进入下一轮时,在酒店举行了一个聚会。奥利弗-比埃霍夫问我要不要那晚让我的伙伴DJ诺普从柏林过来放迪斯科。当然他很乐意。他还带了两个歌手。那是和我们的女友以及朋友度过的一个很棒的夜晚。但是在凌晨一点结束了聚会,毕竟,我们还有其他的事情要去做。因为我们的三个小男孩,西蒙尼不能常常呆在柏林,但是在两场比赛之后我见到了她。在十六强之前,我回过一天家。当然,对于孩子们来说,要理解爸爸仅仅能回家一天然后又立刻离开是很困难的。

 

   克林斯曼的方式是年轻的,现代的,是合适于我们的时代的。他为我们做他的事,并且知道他肯定会受指责,我们应该丢且我们的草率。他很大胆的进行他的方式。有时,他的大胆使人愤怒。当他任命延斯-莱曼代替奥利弗-卡恩成为一号门将时,我当然很奇怪。这是一个令人震惊的决定。在过去的两年里,他从没有和我这个队长谈论过这个,也从没有暗示过。在五月中旬的时候菲利普-拉姆的手臂严重受伤,手术之后他又立即起身。幸运的是,菲利普康复了,在世界杯期间,我没有看到任何人比他发挥的更出色。

 

  和其他球员相比,我并没有受到特殊对待。在首场对哥斯达黎加的比赛中,我坐在替补席上期盼了很久。我失望了。但是尤尔根-克林斯曼说风险太大了。每一个认识我的人都知道我愿意为了比赛做任何事情。
  
受伤很可能是由于错误训练腿部引起的。我在日内瓦扭伤了脚,这是一个烦人的问题。你接受治疗,无意地拉紧你受伤的腿,然后过度训练另一只。在和哥伦比亚的友谊赛之后我们有两天休息。我感觉很好,没有疼痛。但是星期天晚上,我意识到,我的肌肉做出了反应,拉紧了腓小腿。我知道这种受伤,一两天内不会恢复,而是需要时间,四天,五天,或者更多。

 

  我接受了克林斯曼的决定,我们4:2赢了,争论也结束了。一旦你进入了比赛,你会忘了发生了什么,所有的都是关于下一场比赛。你被热情所牵引,你是球队的一部分。日子就这样过去了。
 
  波兰一战就像一场梦:观众带领我们向前,比赛快结束时我们赢得比赛!通过奥东科尔,诺依维普进了球。然后对厄瓜多尔3:0,对瑞典2:0。每一件事情看起来都可以解决。

 

  然后是阿根廷。尤尔根-克林斯曼在休息室里说“现在是时候了。观众在我们后面。阿根廷人被吓着了。”他总是那样说话,我们突然觉得我们的对手变的弱小,而我们变的强大。你觉得你可以移动山。弗林斯-贝肯鲍尔大概以前也是这样激励球员的。

 

  当然,阿根廷人在柏林表现的很好。通过反击,在加时赛中我们取得了主动。

 

  然后我和其他球员都出现了抽筋。抽筋很可怕,你想做一些事情,但不管你怎么努力,你都没有办法完成。我仅仅希望在开球前能结束抽筋。如果你跑起来然后抽筋了,啊。

 

  但是点球像往常一样开始了。我确信我们会赢,不仅仅因为我们有一个好的守门员。我们也有好的射手。另外,我的上帝,你是在世界杯的四分之一决赛上遇到德国队!你仅仅能够想象不久要干什么。一会之后你看着比分然后看你干的事情。然后就是:扔硬币,选择场地。

 

  在所有的其他比赛中我都赢了。但是现在会发生什么?我输了。真糟糕,我想。但是阿根廷的队长索林说,你先踢。我没有给他时间改变注意。好的,我们开始。那时一个巨大的优势-如果你进球了,其他人就会传递。奥利弗-诺伊维尔踢进了。阿根廷人也踢进了。然后是我。跑,射门,射向球门中等高度的左侧,守门员扑向了右边。那一刻,我是世界上最轻松的人。

 

  然后延斯扑到了坎比亚索的重要射门,之后的每一件事情都改变了。它引起了恐惧。就像一起爆炸。作为一名足球运动员,你很少能在一个特殊的时刻感到如此高兴。如果你成为联赛冠军,常常会提前两轮比赛就可以看出。但是现在,它来的如此突然。它是全部,也可能什么都不是。但是你成功了!那是我第一次罚点球,我可以做的很好。

 

 我是如此高兴以致于我不知道要做什么。但是我接着就看到了人群。争吵已经发生了。我只是在喊“离开,离开!”你能做的唯一事情就是避开它。一旦你卷入其中你就会失去控制。有人用他的拳头击你的脸,你回击。梆,你的世界杯的梦就结束了。不幸的事,这件事发生在托尔斯滕-弗林斯身上,他有出色的比赛,但是在半决赛时中断了。

 

  缺席对意大利的比赛弗林斯很痛苦。尤其因为他在防守中起着至关重要的作用。那时我们能前进这么远的关键,究其原因,是我们团结紧密的站在一起。

 

  仅仅在不久之前你还需要担心我们,因为我们和对手的比赛中丢了很多球。两年来,我们持续犯相同的错误,我们过去打的太开。也许,作为队长,我过于懈怠。我常常和Jogi L&ouml讨论。但是在和日本的热身赛2:2之后我觉得有必要公开讨论这件事。我感到了责任。时间过去了。我那时真的感到担忧,世界杯时事情会变糟。

 

  从那之后我尽力使我们更加团结。当我们失球之后我们需要更稳固的后防。在比赛中,我常常喊:团结的更紧!因为那意味着你不会消极。当对手全力进攻时,这样可以避免漏洞。现在尤其是中场我们变的更好。

 

  教练考虑到我的位置,给了我充分的信任和责任-我决定在后防上花费更多。我总是担心我们也许有一个完美的小组赛,进了很多球,接着在十六强时一记重击,我们出局了。当然,代价是:我没有进一个球。在一个射手的位置上这点比较难接受。例如,托尼和齐达内,在他们的背后也都有两个后卫。他们是完全无虑的。他们可以在前场尽情奔跑。

 

  当然我也感觉到很多观察者理解我担负的责任。那对我很好。甚至拜仁的经理乌利-赫内斯打电话给我,并祝贺我在场上的表现。但也有一些冷水泼向我,但就像我和切尔西的合同上的墨水在世界杯之前已经干了。

 

  紧紧驻守在中场使事情对于我身后的小伙子们变得容易起来。菲利普-拉姆和佩尔-默特萨克表现特别优异,因为尤尔根-克林斯曼一直灌输给他们的自信。对卢尔斯-波多尔斯基和巴斯蒂安-施魏因斯泰格,比赛在另一方面有着不同的意义:球迷希望波猪表演,但这个是他们在开始时有点畏缩。不过随着时间的进行他们开始放松。他们在这届世界杯上变成熟了。

 

  在这个集体中有难以致信的巨大的和谐。这样的和谐使我有时想,我们会因为和谐而灭亡,这是球场,这需要冲撞!但是没有冲撞,也许这也是尤尔根-克林斯曼成功的一个秘诀。我不是一个对集体夸夸其谈的人。这些是慢慢沉淀下来的东西:一个没有集体感的团队不可能运作。尤尔根-克林斯曼是一个喜欢美好东西的家伙,我们也是。也许没有那么明显,但是潜意识里,我从不把自己封闭起来。有时你仅仅在当一名球员没有遵循战略时说服他。在这个舞台上每一个细微都是重要的,所以你必须一直保持进取心。

 

  和谐和安乐感有时也会很危险。在半决赛之前的日子里,很多人谈论起决赛。我总是试图一步一步的思考。想象你越过了障碍只是胡扯。我总是抑制住捧起大力神杯的幻想。那只是冥想而我不是梦想家。

 

  那时我们已经达到了我们的第一个目标:我们要不惜任何代价重回多特蒙德。当我们和波兰比赛时,那种气氛难以形容。一堵白色的墙站在我们身后。然后半决赛德背景,我从没见过那情景。

 

  不幸的是,我们遇到了意大利。很久以前我就确信:他们会走很远。灵活的技术,天衣无缝的表演,身手敏捷,战术高明。那时他们有丑闻在身,尤文图斯和米兰都受调查的困扰。那都给了他们额外的压力。他们想要证明没有仲裁者恩惠他们也能很出色。球队中一半不久都可能离开俱乐部,所以每一个人都想把他们最好的状态表现出来。听起来很疯狂,他们就像一群闪亮的群星。意大利人不愧于世界冠军的头衔,他们每一场比赛后都变的更出色,甚至在和法洗衣粉放在红国的比赛中他们力气衰弱了。他们已经有他们对抗我们的优势。

 

 半决赛似乎很长,对我们而言,它证明了一些事情。我们离目标:点球仅仅半英尺。我确信我们会赢得它。结果格罗索在119分钟进球了。

 

 突然你就出局了。

 

  你突然就变的完全空了,完全没有任何东西。好像我在另一个世界。我们不可能为出局做准备,没有时间感。那是最残忍的事情。冲,撞,结束,出局。

 

  我不知道我的想法和感受。好像你已经失去活动的能力了。你问你自己,为什么?为什么是我们?为什么这样?为什么我们要受到这样的惩罚?你问你自己,一遍一遍的,为什么?机会是如此的大。它再也不会像那样很快就来了。也许对于我们中的一些人呢再也不会来了。

 

  你恍惚地接受着敬意走着。你看不到也听不到。事后,当我在电视上看这场比赛的时候,我注意到会场当时在播放“You’ll Never Walk Alone”。事实上你觉得很孤单。

 

  在更衣室里,除了悲伤,还是悲伤。有人哭了,我也哭了。有人试着安慰他人。而我只想自己呆一会儿。我甚至没注意到总理默克也来了,那时我正在另一间房间和队医在一起。过了几分 Xavier Naidoo的那首“这条路”开始响起,这首歌总是在赛前在更衣室响起。接着又过了一个半小时,我记不清了。如果我们不必赶回酒店的话,也许我们会继续呆坐在那里两个小时,三个小时。你只是坐在那里,没有一丝力气,心被掏空,一无所有。

 

  深夜,我们还是回到了柏林的酒店,我在外面和诺沃特尼、卡恩、弗林斯,还有其它几个队友坐到天明。我们喝了一点啤酒,不想吃不想睡,就这样。

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