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Starting lineup - published: 21.12.17

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Alexandar SCHWOLOW Wiesbaden 

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GK Bern LENO Bietigheim-Bissingen

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GK Roman WEIDENFELLER Diez

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DC Marc Oliver KEMPF Lich

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DC Niklas SÜLE Frankfurt am Main

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DC Sebastian LANGKAMP Speyer

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DC Tim KLOSE Frankfurt

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DC Wili ORBAN Kaiserslautern

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DRC Shkodran MUSTAFI Bad Hersfeld

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DLC Dominique HEINTZ Neustadt an der Weinstrass

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DRL Erik DURM Pirmasens

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DRL Hassan ALI KALDRIM Neuwied

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DR Timothy CHANDLER Frankfurt

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DL/DMC Sead KOLAŠINAC Karlsruhe

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DL/MLC Dennis AOGO Karlsruhe

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DMC Donny WILLIAMS Karlsruhe

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DMC Johannes GEIS Schweinfurt

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DMC/DRLC Emre CAN Frankfurt am Main

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MC Mario PAŠALIĆ Mainz

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MC Sebastian RODE Seeheim-Jugenheim

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MRC Lukas RUPP Heidelberg

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MLC Marc STENDERA Kassel

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MRLC Vincenzo GRIFO Pforzheim

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AMC Hakan CALHANOGLU Mannheim

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AMC/SS Yunus MALLI Kassel

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AMRLC Nadiem AMIRI Ludwigshafen

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AMRLC Roberto SORIANO Darmstadt

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MRL Jonas HOFMANN Heidelberg

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SS/FC Lars STINDL Speyer

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FRLC Alexander ESSWEIN Worms

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FRLC Andre SCHURRLE Ludwigshafen

6

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FRLC Cenk TOSUN Wetzlar

7

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FC/SS Stefan KIEßLING Lichtenfels

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(Today part of: central Germany (states of Hessen, Thuringia, parts of Bavaria, Rheinland-Pfalz, Baden-Wurttemberg))

Four emperors in the 11th and the 12th century were Salian Franks. Since there were no alive members of the Saxon dynasty, Conrad II (ruled from 1024 till 1039), who was the last duke of Franconia, became the emperor. Upon his death, the area around the Rhine, such as Frankfurt, Speyer, Worms, Prince-Bishopric Mainz, etc. were governed by numerous smaller political entities. During the Middle Ages, “German” kings used the title King of the Romans (Romanorum Rex) emphasizing their god given right to the throne. The title King of the Germans (Teutonicorum Rex) was first used by the pope in the second half of the 11th century during the reign of Franks thus implying that the emperor’s authority is solely local and that he is the same as other European kings. Since they were not subordinate to the king, European monarchs used the adjectives “Teutonic” or “Alemannic” thus not acknowledging the Roman universal reign which they themselves emphasized.

 The title of the emperor was the highest title; however, it had the lowest political importance because the choice of an emperor depended on the will of people. On the other hand, in order to reduce the power of dukes, emperors confronted each vassal or a group of vassals with another group. The goal was to divide and rule. In order to reduce the power of earls, cities and duchies were governed by bishops because a bishop could not transfer that function to his ancestors and an ancestor was determined by an emperor.

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