coburg theater wants to strike back!

In the new edition of the event from april of last year, the basketball-enthusiastic artists of the theater compete against the first men’s team of the bavarian league team BBC coburg, which has still not lost sight of the promotion to the regional league.

Actors helmut jakobi, frederik leberle, mathias renneisen and sonke schnitzer, sanger benjamin werth and technician frank kempf call for revenge for last year’s defeat. And actor vivian frey – since this season engaged at the state theater meiningen – shows that even distances can’t break up a true team.

Bobby fischer, manager of the BBC coburg, and frederik leberle, actor at the landestheater and since the first edition of the event also player in the first team of the BBC coburg, hold as organizers together the threads of the event in hand and lay with the varied supporting program once again the project is being pursued vigorously – and they can be sure of the support of BBC president robert wehrfritz as well as the director of the landestheater, bodo busse.

Beckham to return to champions league

"It was nothing new that people thought i had been brought in to boost jersey sales. It’s been like that in manchester, madrid and milan," said beckham ahead of his possible champions league comeback in the eighth-final rematch against FC valencia. "Every time they found out after a few games that I can still do something," beckham added coolly.

In his first three games for the french league leaders, the almost 38-year-old midfielder has clearly proven that he is not only a force in the media, but also in the sport. That’s why he was allowed to play on europe’s biggest soccer stage again on wednesday after a three-year break.

"I’m excited to be back in the game. I’m feeling good and can’t wait to get back to the top after so many years," said beckham. He watched the 2-1 first-leg victory from the tribune.

Haas still in top form: 'I've grown wiser'

Haas is causing astonishment and enthusiasm like seldom before: the tennis oldie is experiencing the second spring of his career. Around ten years after his rough exploits, he suddenly finds himself back among the world”s best drivers. On tuesday, the hamburg native won his opening match at the ATP masters in toronto against argentinian david nalbandian 6-2, 6-7 (11-13) and 6-3.

"I think it was an exciting match today – entertaining to say the least," haas told the german press agency dpa after the match. After nalbandian had decided the second set for himself, haas came back: "when you lose a set like that, it’s really difficult to stay mentally on, especially after the past long week."The 34-year-old had shone in washington and was only beaten in the final there at the weekend.

"It’s really been the last four or five months of playing really high quality tennis, where I still feel like I can beat pretty much anyone," haas said. After injuries to his hoof and elbow, he had slipped far down the ATP world rankings before this season. Now he is ranked 25th.