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Your journey with 1. FC Köln continues - and again it leads into the unknown: In the 2020/21 season, reality is again writing the script for 24/7 FC. For the first time in German professional soccer, the FC stars will even be wired on the pitch. You're closer than ever before!
Last-minute victory at Schalke. Disappointment against Hoffenheim. Big points against Bielefeld. Cup exit in penalty shootout. "These ripples make me crazy," says Markus Gisdol. Not only the coach opens his door and heart, but also Dimitris Limnios and Sava-Arangel Cestic ask for a home visit. There are also exclusive insights into the signings of Emmanuel Dennis and Max Meyer. And then it's off to the top with the next wave in the ups and downs of emotions: in the derby victory in Gladbach...
Allergic reaction. Artificial coma. It was close for Seb Bornauw. "Twenty years ago, 90 percent of me would have died from it." But he was lucky in misfortune - and is determinedly toiling for his comeback. Just like Seb Andersson, who is also fighting his way back after his lengthy injury and talks about pain and frustration. Nothing is given to FC at this stage of the season. Not against Bayern. Not against Dortmund. And also not at the reunion with an old acquaintance...
Defeat in key match against Mainz. The bitter end for Markus Gisdol. His successor: Friedhelm Funkel. He is supposed to provide the decisive impetus to stay in the class. And indeed, against Leipzig and Augsburg, FC is not only convincing, but also finally wins. Wolff Fuss comments aptly: "Faith is rekindled."
A roller coaster of soccer emotions: FC needs every point in the final sprint and fights for relegation on the last matchday. In the RheinEnergieSTADION, Steffen Baumgart is already feverishly watching from the stands. WDR2 presenter Sven Pistor is following the 34th matchday in the radio studio and, as a native of Cologne, is reliving a dramatic season finale: "Football is alive!" After redemption in Kiel, Jonas Hector asks the camera more than relieved: "Do we have a happy ending?"
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