The Other Teams News & Results Thread Vol. XIII [R]

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  1. terrypk1

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    damn..more talents leaving the bundesliga. Bayern/BvB/Leverkusen/Bremen needs to step it up and buy talents from other league.


  2. The Bavarian Oak

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    If he goes to United and Ferguson stays long enough then that would be a great deal for Man U and he could end up doing well like Ozil under Mourinho.

    If he tries to take the next step at Chelsea or AC Milan I think he'll end up more like Diego and van der Vaart.

    If I was him I'd stay at Dortmund as long as Klopp does. They have a great coach and will most likely be in the CL for at least the next few years.
  3. Nimreitz

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    I don't think Kagawa fits the United system. Their entire team is geared towards 2 strikers, classic wingers, and hardy CMs. I was similarly perplexed by all those Sneijder rumors last summer.
  4. The Bavarian Oak

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    I think they want to push Rooney up as a lone striker and not rely so heavily on their CMs, which isn't a bad idea.


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    If he ends up at Chelski, he almost certainly will. I'd give him six months at most.
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    yes because his contract run out next year. Ozil had a great world cup but still left for 15 mil because he was in the same situation if Kagawa had another 2,3 years in his contract than there was no way that Dortmund would have sold him for less than 25-30 mil
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    i want to see this too perrsonaly i dont rate Guardiola so much if he goes to Chelsea or Inter i want to see how this teams will play. I think Barca will manage without Guardiola that is 100% certain
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    So any german coach taking over Barca?
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    I can see Wenger going to Barca and Pep taking over the Spanish NT after the Euros.
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    Del Boske signed new contract with Spain NT.
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    And that means something, doesn't it? Seriously if Spain crushes at the Euros he's done.
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    Bielsa will likely be their new coach. There is no guarantee that Pep can succeed without Barca, though hopefully this means the end of Barca's dominance.
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    The Barca dominance is over with or without Pep.

    Barca of previous years didnt depend on one player as much as they did this year. This year was really all about stopping Messi.....You stop Messi, or Messi is having an off day, and Barca will struggle.

    Xavi is also getting old, and I dont think they have any player or find any player that can replace him.

    It was good for them and their fans while it lasted........but IMO we are witnessing the beginning of the end of this great Barca side.
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    Pep's assistant Tito Vilanova has been appointed.
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    I dont see where he would play in United tbh.

    They are stacked with quantities upfront

    Valencia, Nani, Young, Rooney, Chicharito, Welbeck for 4 slots including the cameo from Berba,Park, Giggs etc.

    if Man Utd is buying anyone in attack it would have to be Marquee like Sneijder not just another squad filler like Kagawa.

    I also see Kagawa more as a support striker rather than an Ozil
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    LOL at all the EPL fanboys thinking that Pep will go any where near anything related to English football (ie English national team or Arsenal). What a bunch of clowns. I really can't see Pep wanting to coach anywhere but Barca, ffs the biggest reason he's leaving has to do with stress. As if there's no stress coaching a bunch of technically retarded players in the English national team.
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    Dude, this is one of the funniest posts Ive seen in my life, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Pep wants to play beautiful football, it's all about almost poetic cohesion and the EPL is the furthest thing from that.
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    United are too inflexible, they need a creative spark somehow. Also, fans have complained of their lack of a real DMF who can replace scholes.
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    Funny but so true.

    My bet is he takes the Spanish NT job "AFTER" Germany crushes them in PKs kicking them out of the Euros :D
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    Marin in the EPL?..
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    Lukaku on loan to Werder as part of the deal... Marin in the premier league.:eek:


    Holy shit!
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    Lukaku for Marin - that sounds like a nice trade by Bremen. lol
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