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Our list of German football terms and phrases, translated into English, obviously.
Bananenflanken - 'Banana-crosses' basically. The term was started when legendary full-back Manfred Kaltz started whipping in his crosses with so much curve they looked like bananas. The Bananenflanken normally ended up on the head of the 'header-beast', Horst Hrubesch, and then in the back of the net, a combination that would serve their club, Hamburg, extremely well.
Notbremse - The professional foul.