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Inexperience robs Emus of win

Monday, June 25th, 2012

The league’s in-form team dominates in final quarter to seal victory

Stuttgart Emus (6-11-47) versus Munich Kangaroos (8-6-54)

2 June 2012, Esslingen/Weil: The build up for this game was clearly in favour of the Munich team. On form, the Emus had been disappointing, having lost their previous two games whereas Munich had stormed back into premiership contention with two huge scores.
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Redbacks with an ounce more passion

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Gallant Emus go down in a close game against nippier rivals

Frankfurt Redbacks (12-10-82) versus Stuttgart Emus (11-7-73)

19 May 2012, Ostpark/Frankfurt: If you get out of bed on the wrong foot, the day just doesn’t get any better. And so it was with the Emus third round AFLG match against the Redbacks. Frankfurt, playing at home and choosing to limit Read More

Emus tamed by determined Dockers

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Hamburg finish stronger to kill off Stuttgart’s hopes of a second win

Hamburg Dockers (7-12-54) versus Stuttgart Emus (3-3-21)

5 May 2012, Stadtpark/Hamburg: It was a footy match in which no side dominated from start to finish. In the final quarter, Hamburg put away three unanswered goals to make for a respectable result in their favour. Read More

Energised Emus in historic win

Monday, April 30th, 2012

Emus midfield dominates in first-time first-round victory

Stuttgart Emus (5-12-42) versus Berlin Crocodiles (3-3-21)

28 April 2012, Esslingen/Weil:  The Stuttgart Emus have ground out a hard fought victory over last year’s Grand Finalists, the Berlin Crocs, in a low scoring game, to launch their 2012 season in the best possible fashion. Read More

Valuable lessons learnt

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Emus go down but learn much in first practise game of the season

Frankfurt Redbacks (14-22-106) versus Stuttgart Emus (12-11-77)

24 March 2012, Ostpark Frankfurt: Frankfurt put on sunshine and a good-sized field for an 11 per side game – it was a very open contest with many scoring opportunities.
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The sweetest win of all

Sunday, January 1st, 2012

Stuttgart Emus win Grand Final day play-off game — Claim 3rd place for 2011

Munich Kangaroos 8-13-61 versus Stuttgart Emus 9-11-65

Not many games of footy are won in the first quarter. But looking back on the most sensational victory in the short history of the Stuttgart Emus football team, you’d have to rate the first 20 minutes of the Grand Final day playoff game for third place in the 2011 AFLG season between the more favoured Munich Roos and the Stuttgart Emus as the best team performance Stuttgart has ever produced.

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2011 Emu’s awards

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

The dramatic improvement in performance as the 2011 season continued was attributed to many developments, but clearly the dominating factor was the effect of a new team becomning together as a working team. The added depth of new players and also new teams supporting the Emus spured the change early in the year. Later in the season, the huge challenge to host the Grand Final gave the opportunity for the team to really show how to get the job done together, and in the end put on a brilliant event. Well done team.

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Coach’s Report on Friendly in Prague

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011

On the weekend of the 22nd to the 24th of July, thirteen players from the Stuttgart Emus travelled to Prague for a game of 9-a-side footy against the local team.
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Erstes Heimspiel am 7. Mai

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

Am 7. Mai 2011 spielen wir unser erstes Heimspiel gegen die Rheinland Lions in Esslingen. Für alle die dabei sein wollen:
Das Match startet um 14.00 Uhr im Eberhard-Bauer-Stadion in Esslingen. Für den kleinen und großen Durst (Bier und Soft Drinks) ist gesorgt.
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Intensity and commitment, despite big loss

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Munich Kangaroos (18-10-118) versus Stuttgart Emus (1-2-8)

It was a big ask for the first game of the year. Here was a new-look Emus team playing last year’s premiers in the first game of the season on their home turf. Still, the embarrassing score line – from an Emus perspective – does not reflect the intensity, commitment and emerging self-confidence with which the Emus played the Kangaroos on Saturday.
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