Discussion in 'Bayern Munich' started by Hendrik, May 30, 2013.
we were slightly over the post limit with the last thread
England vs. Brazil cancelled.
GOOD THING GUSTAVO AND DANTE WERE CALLED UP SO SOON.
I always knew. I am just saying, I always knew he was a good guy, especially the part where he's having an argument with Dumbledore in the forest in either book 5 or 6. *starts patting himself in the back*
slightly my ass lol
i also just realized that half of the posters were on their period the past couple pages on the last thread.
F@CK YOU CBF !!!!!!!!!!!!!
So he's Uli?
I always thought he actually banged Harry potters mom, therefore being his biological father
That's how I took it anyway with all the insinuations
Apparently, its still on as per schedule..
FB post says ManU offered 120MIL Pounds for Ronaldo..
That's € 142.5m....you can buy Suarez and Bale for that kind of money and have still € 30m left.
I don't buy it.
Gustavo and Dante stay in Brazil-
Did Manchester United make the offer...or was it their "fans"?????
MAKIADI SIGNS FOR BREMEN
Freiburg is being picked apart. At least they signed Hanke.
So far Freiburg have lost Rosenthal, Flum, Kruse, Caligiuri and Makiadi.
They've bought Hanke and Felix Klaus who is a talented 20 year old CM.
bild reporting that Schalke have signed Leon Goretzka for five years.
A couple of years from now, if and when we're looking at Draxler and Goretzka, we should remind Tonnies of our good relationship with him
Vfl Wolfsburg and Allofs are offering HSV € 10m for Hung-Min Son and the player a 5 year contract worth € 15m for his signature.
Great deal for Wolfsburg. Hecking is really good working with talented, hungry young players and they have a team capable of international success.
Not sure he is worth that much, but if HSV can get 12-15 mill from an EPL team like I'm hearing, they should take it.
Well it also depends on who is offering Son the best perspective and contract. HSV has basically no choice but to let him go to the club of his choice unless they are prepared to let him go for free in 2014.
I think Wolfsburg has great chances since they are expected to sell Dost and Diego this summer.
Makes sense then. The player personal at HSV aint that bad, tho their FO certainly is.
Also, I understand Diego leaving, but why Dost?
Dost had a promising first half of the season, he's a great tall target man with good technique for his height and a decent finish but the new coach Dieter Hecking likes smaller, more agile attacking players (like Son) and Dost is a lot but not very flexible tactically. His comfort zone is that of a traditional CF target man but Hecking's game does not really require one of those.
Consequently the player himself stated that he wants a transfer this summer.
I'm wondering the same thing.
Ah, I just read Bazi's explanation.
Switching subjects to an MLS story . My home town team, Sporting KC and the MLS have me puzzeled and I want to know your opinion.
At the beginning of the season the MLS rolled out a new deal with USL and NPSL, basically our second and third division. After dismantling the unsuccessful reserve league, this deal was designed to allow the MLS to develop the younger players that were not going to receive playing time. There were three options, a team could buy and own their own USL team, partner with and loan players out, or play a few friendlies (or be chivas usa and not do anything).
SKC went the partnership route with one of the more prominent USL teams, Orlando FC (could be a future MLS team in the future). They sent two homegrown players from their academy, four in total.
This season Orlando FC have been doing well, many of these loan players have seen playing time and one of them is the top scorer in the league. In fact they are doing so great in the league cup that they beat Colorado and are now set to face SKC in Kansas City next Tuesday.
I was ecstatic, our young boys will get a chance to prove themselves and show their progress. After all, this is the purpose of loaning players, right?
Well rumor is the league has given the team an option on whether or not to allow their loaned players to play. The FO and SKC have decided to not allow their players to face them in the Cup match (which they won last year). They do not want any wrong conclusions if say the loaned keeper lets an easy goal go by, or their loaned striker misses an easy goal, citing conflict of interest.
This infuriates me! They are all over twitter saying this happens all around the world, yet I cant think of another example. Is this right?
Espn covering Munich's and Berlin's interest in staging the EC 2020.
Valencia lost so they finished 5th, Rea Sociedad 4th i'f i'm not mistaken Milan,Arsenal,Schalke,Zenit and Lyon will be seeded while Real Sociedad,Pacos Fereira,PSV.. in the unseeded pot
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