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Discussion in 'Bayern Munich' started by ForeverRed, Jan 9, 2012.
Here I am-KILL!!!!!!
Boateng again that he prefers to play CB
btw we are leading 4-0 against India on HT i hope to see Usami,Can,Breno... in the second half
My patience has a limit...I want to play CB....
I get that right?
Funny that he left City for this exact reason.
Not like I blame him. His thought was probably, "Hey Bayern's CB's are so shitty I can probably earn a starting spot there". Coach still plays him as RB.
.... or "Jogi Löwe must certainly see me playing CB at FCBayern and reconsider"
No, part of the deal was that he came here as a CB since he didn't like playing RWB for Manchester City. Now he is being used as a puppet in the same position he thought he left back in England. Management looks like a bunch of idiots and there are too many variables happening since Nerlinger's appointment and he is the common denominator in this equation for me to suspect he is the large part of the problem.
Sorry... I thought this was the "Bayern signs players to play for the DFB" thread.
Honestly. What kind of dumb-ass logic is that.
Also figures that ********ing DvB is still ********ing starting for us. FFS how often does the man have to show he will ******** up before he is relied upon as a starter anymore.
what's next world hunger and politics
and I have a 3 year old who can't stop talking....
.........ist Nerlinger DOOF????????????????????????
What is wrong with it? Despite the silly comment about Italy at the end, what can be disputed? He simply is reiterating that Bayern have been smart financial planners with a vision in mind.
There needs to be a gag order on all Bayern officials.
Thats one of the disadvantages of december breaks.
Since they must talk and dont have weekend games to talk about they choose any topic in the world
Watch Nerlinger comment on the GOP race or the crisis in Syria as one of the reason instability in European football
Don't see anything wrong with what he said besides the Italian comment.
Actually this is one of the things I'm most proud of being a Bayern fan. Sometimes I do think they abide to the policy a bit too strictly, but that might just be me being a fan.
Don't see why he needs to burn bridges with specific clubs. Yes the criticism is valid but it would come off more poignant if he didn't name any clubs. It's pretty self-evident if you are talking about irresponsible finances in the EPL that you are speaking of Abramovic and Sheikh Mansour.
Don't see anything wron with what Nerlinger said, absolutely sensible. Ideally, I would like to hear us talk more about our youth clubs and what the FO can do to work better.
Iniesta, Xavi, Valder, Pique, Puyol, Messi, Busquets, Pedro, Cuenca etc...these are players making the first team in one of the greatest clubs of all time.
My dream is to see Bayern do the same thing. With Mueller, Badstuber and Kroos we look like we might be starting something at least.
"We know that Dortmund have a good team, but I think that Bayern will always have a better quality team. It is always ultimately up to us as to how the title will be decided," Schweinsteiger was quoted as saying by Kicker.
I dont want be so pessimistisch but this year we wont win the Bundesliga, Dortmund oder Schalke können.......
^^ You know bayern have a CL campaign to worry about since we didnt go there to just have fun like them
Ja thats the reason why I'm so hurted to have a so thin roster, we cannot fight in Bundesliga+DFB Pokal+CL this way and in the worst case we can end up empty handed......
I wouldn't worry so much if I was you.
We have Robben and Schweinsteiger back from injury and Alaba and Kroos have proven they can play at the highest levels this season.
We have hardly used Pranjic and Olic, who are good enough to start at any other Bundesliga side.
We have the depth to win the Bundesliga.