ALL over Europe, smaller clubs have been coming up through the ranks. In Italy, Spain and England, some of the less celebrated football institutions have achieved promotion not once but twice in a relatively small timeframe. In Germany, the Bundesliga has seen the rise of Ingolstadt, Hoffenheim and Darmstadt. Below the top flight, there are other clubs making their mark. In Bundesliga 2, Holstein Kiel are an example of rapid acceleration from the regional leagues to the second level of German football. Holstein Kiel are not a new club by any means. Founded in 1900, they were German champions in 1912, thanks to a 1-0 win against Karlsruher in Hamburg in the final. The winning goal was scored by German international Ernst Möller, who…