Comments on: Bayern show ruthless streak with Klinsmann sacking World Soccer views and news Wed, 16 Nov 2016 16:27:51 +0000 hourly 1 By: vava Sat, 02 May 2009 11:22:07 +0000 No, danae grant, you are wrong. The word Schadenfreude exists in many languages. In my native language,Bulgarian, it is also present.

злорадство (zloradstvo)

By: Paul Tue, 28 Apr 2009 16:53:28 +0000 I am resident in Germany and I find your comments unrelated to the feelings of the German Football Fans: –
The feelings are that Klinsmann was a “Clown” and the Players wanted him gone!
Munich love them or hate them are a Great Team, when Olli was in the goal and he was the Captain the team performed very well, he left sooner than he should have done maybe because Klinsmann had been chosen as the (Trainer) Manager and he was a great loss to the team, the “Heart” seemed go out of the Team overnight.
I am not a Fan of Munich or any another team but I love Football and this is where I agree the Bundesliga need teams like Munich!

By: danae grant Tue, 28 Apr 2009 14:01:26 +0000 The ugly and malicious word “Schadenfreude” used by German speakers describes people who take joy in the misfortune of others. It is a word that belongs in no language, anywhere, at any time, for any reason.