Fans and celebrities send Hertha Glück to Hamburg

Berlin celebrities and many fans want Hertha relegation via BZ Photo: dpa / picture-alliance / Guenther / Wagner

By Mary-Lou Künzel and Oliver Ohmann

With a bitter 0: 1 in the neck, Hertha comes to the decision in Hamburg. A win against HSV is necessary, otherwise the blue and white jersey will play second tier next season. “Incredible!” say fans and celebrities and wish the team good luck via BZ.

For it may not be enough to be successful in sports alone. Therefore, we pulled out all the cloverleaf registers, also with support from the top.

Can you really pray for Hertha? “You can pray for anything,” says Pastor Ute Sauerbrey, 50, of Lübars, putting on her Hertha scarf.

In addition, horseshoes and ladybugs were brought on board and the bronze rat on the Gertraudenbrücke was touched (brings good luck!), Crossed many fingers and for safety’s sake the BZ reporter buried a lucky cent on the Autobahn towards Hamburg.

Toi, toi, toi, boys, the first name of your coach – Felix – also means: happy. Come home to class!

Fans cross their fingers for Hertha

Marina Kühn from Wedding (where Hertha also lives) crosses fingers for the old lady today

Marina Kühn from Wedding (where Hertha also lives) crosses fingers for the old lady today Photo: Olaf Wagner

Pastor Ute Sauerbrey (50) from Lübars often goes to the stadium with his children:

Pastor Ute Sauerbrey (50) from Lübars often goes to the stadium with his children: “We are fans” Photo: Siegfried Purschke

Julia (29, right) and Natija (25) hold a horseshoe for Hertha's victory against HSV:

Julia (29, right) and Natija (25) hold a horseshoe for Hertha’s win against HSV: “Hopefully it works, so Berlin stays on top in a double package” Photo: Siegfried Purschke

Florist Monika Streith (59) has a white and blue bouquet of flowers with ladybugs for Hertha

Florist Monika Streith (59) has a white and blue bouquet of flowers with ladybugs for Hertha Photo: Siegfried Purschke

Brings luck: BZ reporter Mary-Lou Künzel stroked the rat on the Gertrauden bridge

Brings luck: BZ reporter Mary-Lou Künzel stroked the rat on the Gertrauden bridge Photo: Olaf Wagner

Robert Will is 61 years old and has been a Hertha fan for as long as he can remember.  Both thumbs up and:

Robert Will is 61 years old and has been a Hertha fan for as long as he can remember. Both thumbs up and: “Please never again second division!” Photo: Olaf Wagner

BZ reporter Oliver Ohmann buries a lucky cent on the A111 to Hamburg

BZ reporter Oliver Ohmann buries a lucky cent on the A111 to Hamburg Photo: Siegfried Purschke

Florist Monika Streith (59) has a white and blue bouquet of flowers with ladybugs for Hertha

Florist Monika Streith (59) has a white and blue bouquet of flowers with ladybugs for Hertha Photo: Siegfried Purschke

Uwe Wittke (55) has the lucky garden gnome in her allotment garden:

Uwe Wittke (55) has the lucky garden gnome in her allotment garden: “It has often helped us!” Photo: Press photo Wagner

These celebrities wish Hertha good luck

Cult singer Frank Zander (80): “I stand by Hertha, also on the descent.  At least it stays the same for me: We're just not going home.  Despite the bankruptcy in the first leg: Hertha, you can do that today! ”

Cult singer Frank Zander (80): “I stand by Hertha, also on the descent. At least it stays the same for me: We’re just not going home. Despite the bankruptcy in the first leg: Hertha, you can do that today! ” Photo: Gunther

Actress Brigitte Grothum (87), Hertha member for 40 years:

Actress Brigitte Grothum (87), Hertha member for 40 years: “I trust my favorite coach Felix Magath. Felix does. And I say to Hertha: Let’s fight and storm, storm, storm! In the beginning it’s just as much about the ball goes in goal. A little luck is of course also a part of it, but it ends positively! ” Photo: Gunther

Hagen Stamm (61), chairman of Wasserfreunde Spandau 04:

Hagen Stamm (61), chairman of Wasserfreunde Spandau 04: “Even as a little boy I was in the stadium with flags and jerseys. Hertha belongs to the Bundesliga, the team will make everything clear in the second match in Hamburg. But even in the case of relegation, of course, I remain a Hertha fan. ” Photo: Gunther

Entertainer Julian FM Stoeckel (35) from Schöneberg:

Entertainer Julian FM Stoeckel (35) from Schöneberg: “Of course I would be very sad if Hertha BSC was relegated, because with Hertha we have our football club in Berlin, and the club has experienced a lot of history. So I cross my fingers for “And if they do, then of course our hearts remain with them. Because we are real Berliners!” Photo: picture alliance / Geisler-Fotopress

Swing superstar Andrej Hermlin (56):

Swing superstar Andrej Hermlin (56): “I used to go to the Hertha Games at the Olympic Stadium regularly with my son David. What an attitude! In recent years, however, there has not been enough time for that. I hope not. “is the reason why Hertha is now on relegation. But we cross our fingers and toes for the team!” Photo: Charles Yunck

Moderator Ruth Moschner (46):

Moderator Ruth Moschner (46): “Of course I want nothing more than for the burgers to be bitten off the pitch. If Hertha do not make it as a team, they deserve to be relegated. There has to be so much honesty. ” Photo: picture alliance / dpa

Author Ingo Schulze (59,

Author Ingo Schulze (59, “33 Moments of Happiness”): “Maybe not send eight defenders on the field, do not push every other ball around backwards and then hit far. So play bold, that means play football too. TOI Toi Toi! ” Photo: Ralf Lutter

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Frank Zander Hamburger SV relegation Ruth Moschner relegation game

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