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Amblève.

The German Bundesliga Thread

Started by Amblève.,

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Whats going on with german clubs these days? 

I always saw them as balanced, well run organisations.

But Stuttgart, ex champion now in second league, Werder and Hamburg in bottom for years now, ane it seems Bayer, Schalke and Wolfsburg have no better future. 

Did other teams realy improve that much or have the "top" teams so poor these days? Coach changes every few months dont help the clubs either.

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On 22/10/2016 at 4:31 PM, Johnnyeye said:

Dortmund are simply a disgrace, i would have sacked the coach already if i was president, last season loss to Liverpool was embarassing and this season is a shambles so far.

Tuchel is ok boss, and their team is good quality, they have simply so many injuries to fill whole starting lineup and therefore no consistency. 

Still should get more points by now.

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On the Bayern Bench: Muller, Rafinha, Bernat, Kimmich, Ribery, Sanches, ON THE BENCH. what a ridiculously talented squad top to bottom.

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It's a big shame we never got Douglas Costa. Obviously our opinions on a forum don't get fed to Roman, so we don't influence things, but 90% of people were saying he'd be shit, we shouldn't go for him, etc etc etc, based on... absolutely nothing, it was based on. Nothing. And now he's showing everyone why we were linked in the first place. If he was at Barcelona he'd be compared to Ronaldinho.

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5 minutes ago, Leif said:

It's a big shame we never got Douglas Costa. Obviously our opinions on a forum don't get fed to Roman, so we don't influence things, but 90% of people were saying he'd be shit, we shouldn't go for him, etc etc etc, based on... absolutely nothing, it was based on. Nothing. And now he's showing everyone why we were linked in the first place. If he was at Barcelona he'd be compared to Ronaldinho.

Yeah he is fucking good and really direct.

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Bayern with another draw, they are lucky that Dortmund and the rest are too incosistent to take advantage.

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Every football fan should watch Robben's match-winning goal vs Leipzig today. And while you're watching, keep in mind he's doing it in the 96th min of the match.

I've been a Robben fan since EURO 2004. He simply refuses to get old. He won't even allow never-ending injuries to stop him. The man is relentless. Turned into a proper football legend after his move to Bayern.

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23 minutes ago, DYC. said:

Every football fan should watch Robben's match-winning goal vs Leipzig today. And while you're watching, keep in mind he's doing it in the 96th min of the match.

I've been a Robben fan since EURO 2004. He simply refuses to get old. He won't even allow never-ending injuries to stop him. The man is relentless. Turned into a proper football legend after his move to Bayern.

He is incredible, i am not sure sure what i am more impressed by; his amazing talent or the fact he plays at high level despite many injuries during his career. injuries typically pile up on the body but not for Robben. Freak of nature.

Also Julian Nagelsmann is tremendously talented young coach, hope they pass Dortmund and get automatic CL qualification

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