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Startseite Alania. Alania-Breslau Für Wahrheit und Recht! They returned to first division play in the Oberliga West the next year, but ran into financial difficulty.
They remained a steady, but unspectacular second division side, generally finishing mid-table. Aachen' s first measure of success came with an advance to the DFB-Pokal final in where they lost a 1—2 decision to Rot-Weiss Essen.
After the formation of the Bundesliga , Germany's new professional football league, in , Alemannia found themselves in Regionalliga West II.
The club captured their division in and were promoted to the Bundesliga I for the —68 season. They enjoyed their best ever result the next year with a second-place finish behind champion Bayern Munich.
However, the following season was a disaster: the team earned only one point in play away from home and toppled to an 18th-place finish.
They returned to play in the Regionalliga West II , and in fell still further to the third division. After several mediocre seasons in the second half of the s, trainer Werner Fuchs rejuvenated the Alemannia squad by playing 4—4—2 without a libero sweeper , creating a side that played an attractive, fluid offense.
In , the team played well and delivered an especially strong second half. They were atop the table, just weeks away from the end of the season, when tragedy struck with the unexpected death of Fuchs.
Bundesliga were tough for Aachen, both on the field and financially. The club struggled for several seasons and the situation was worsened when financial irregularities were uncovered showing the club was near bankruptcy.
The turnaround came with a new executive board under president Horst Heinrichs, trainer Dieter Hecking and manager Jörg Schmadtke.
Through improved financial management, shrewd player signings, and clever game tactics, Aachen became a power once again in the —04 season.
They delivered a decent performance, advancing to the Round of 32 before going out to eventual semi-finalists AZ Alkmaar. On 16 April , Alemannia became the first team to earn promotion to the Bundesliga in —06, ending Aachen's year absence from top-flight football.
However, they stayed up only a single season as they took only one point from their last eight matches of the campaign.
In the middle of , the club appointed former German international defender and FIFA World Champion Guido Buchwald as manager trainer, who was fired after only 14 matches.
After a short interim with Alemannia's Sportsmanger Jörg Schmadtke as headcoach, he was then replaced by Jürgen Seeberger , hardly known in Germany, in the winter break of the season.
The club suffered a rapid decline after its single Bundesliga season, being relegated from the 2. Bundesliga in and from the 3. He obliged, sending a complete assurance for the family with his own cross.
At the emperor's further insistence, and for their own protection, they took refuge at the convent of Petrion, where they were eventually joined by Maria of Bulgaria , mother of Irene Doukaina.
They were allowed to have family members bring in their own food and were on good terms with the guards from whom they learned the latest news.
Alexios became estranged from Maria, who was stripped of her imperial title and retired to a monastery, and Constantine Doukas was deprived of his status as co-emperor.
The thirty-seven year reign of Alexios was full of struggle. At the outset he faced the formidable attack of the Normans, led by Robert Guiscard and his son Bohemund , who took Dyrrhachium and Corfu and laid siege to Larissa in Thessaly  see Battle of Dyrrhachium.
Henry's allegiance would be the last example of Byzantine political control on peninsular Italy. The Norman danger subsided with the death of Guiscard in , and the Byzantines recovered most of their losses.
Alexios next had to deal with disturbances in Thrace , where the heretical sects of the Bogomils and the Paulicians revolted and made common cause with the Pechenegs from beyond the Danube.
This led to a further revolt near Philippopolis , and the commander of the field army in the west, Gregory Pakourianos, was defeated and killed in the ensuing battle.
In the Pechenegs raided into Thrace, and Alexios crossed into Moesia to retaliate but failed to take Dorostolon Silistra. In the Pechenegs invaded Thrace again,  while Tzachas , the brother-in-law of the Sultan of Rum , launched a fleet and attempted to arrange a joint siege of Constantinople with the Pechenegs.
This put an end to the Pecheneg threat, but in the Cumans began to raid the imperial territories in the Balkans. With the Balkans more or less pacified, Alexios could now turn his attention to Asia Minor , which had been almost completely overrun by the Seljuq Turks.
By the time Alexios ascended the throne, the Seljuqs had taken most of Asia Minor. Alexios was able to secure much of the coastal regions by sending peasant soldiers to raid the Seljuq camps, but these victories were unable to stop the Turks altogether.
Not quite ready to supply this number of people as they traversed his territories, the emperor saw his Balkan possessions subjected to further pillage at the hands of his own allies.
The "Prince's Crusade", the second and much more formidable host of crusaders, gradually made its way to Constantinople , led in sections by Godfrey of Bouillon , Bohemond of Taranto , Raymond IV of Toulouse , and other important members of the western nobility.
The crusade was a notable success for Byzantium, as Alexios recovered a number of important cities and islands. The siege of Nicaea by the crusaders forced the city to surrender to the emperor in , and the subsequent crusader victory at Dorylaion allowed the Byzantine forces to recover much of western Asia Minor.
This success is ascribed by Alexios' daughter Anna to his policy and diplomacy, but by the Latin historians of the crusade to his treachery and deception.Testspiele 5. Boesen lässt den Knoten platzen Alemannia siegt mit in Wiedenbrück. Spieltag Sa.