A Different Shade of Green: Julian at Stuttgart

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  1. Chance

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    #1 Chance, Aug 20, 2015
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  2. White/Blue_since1860

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    The Irish Rover repped this.
  3. Frankball

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    Do you mean this weblink?

    Youngster Trio must back to the amateurs [August 20, 2015 @ 10:18 CEDT (4:18AM EDT)] <You need to use Google Translate>
    http://m.abendzeitung-muenchen.de/i...uren.f2dc8bb1-7766-41f0-8bcc-7d05aa732fa6.php

    The excerpt (It translated from German to English by Google Translate):

    "This came as a surprise." - Gianluca Gaudino, Sinan Kurt and Julian Green may no longer work with the professionals from now on and are now firmly back in the amateurs.

    Munich - The competition at Bayern calls first victim. The young Nachwuchskicker Gaudino (18), Kurt (19) and Green (20) are again an integral part of amateur teams and may now no longer train with the professionals. A shock not only for the players. Father Maurizio Gaudino kicker sports magazine: "That came as a surprise and you have to digest now plans were different, it was agreed that he trained up..."
     
  4. The Foo Fighter

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    Isn't that extremely odd that they sent all three of them back down? Gaudino is pretty good, as well as Kurt. I just don't get it.
     
  5. dannd23

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    Jun 10, 2014
    Could be they wanna get Bayern II bumped up to the 3. Bundesliga?
     
  6. Scotty

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    Or could it be that Guardiola just doesn't have the same kind of faith in Bayern's youth system that he had in Barcelona's?
     
  7. icebreaker

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    His faith in the Barcelona youth system is massively overstated anyways. Don't think he brought any one up apart from Busquets.
     
  8. Tactical Hipster

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    Eh Jeffren, Bojan, Pedro, Thiago, Cuenca all got that start under Guardiola's tenure. Bartra, Muniesa, and Sergi Roberto made their debuts as well, but didn't feature very much.
     
  9. White/Blue_since1860

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    Guardiola is under huge pressure to win the CL title this season. If not, he's almost as gone. In the last two years it fired badly back to win Buli so early that the first team was out of rhythm. This season is just not the season to bring such youth players up. Especially not with plenty of grown-up pros around insisting on getting their playing time.
     
  10. ttrevett

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    This thread belongs in the YA Academy section @bungadiri
     
  11. ussoccer97531

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    Not by definition of the forum.
     
  12. bungadiri

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    He's played for the first team at least once, correct? Thus he stays in the main forum. We don't demote.
     
  13. oliveandblue

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    I really don't get his decision making at this point. He gave it a shot, but at this point he's going to never develop unless he goes elsewhere. Bayern are trying to push him out the "nice way".

    Bayern will continuously overload their midfield in the transfer market. They might promote 1 player per year into seeing starting minutes under Pep.
     
  14. superdave

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    Typical American, eschewing the clearly superior promotion/relegation system.
     
  15. bungadiri

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    Don't get me started on the metric system.
     
  16. White/Blue_since1860

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    Cause you're damn (sport) socialists!
     
  17. Bolivianfuego

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    We're only 1 of 3 countries in the world that DOESN'T use the metric system, right?

    Why is that?
     
  18. bungadiri

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    I thought I told you not to get me started on the metric system.
     
  19. The Irish Rover

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    Pro/Rel now!!!


    (ducks and covers)
     
  20. USvsIRELAND

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    WHO CARES BRO

    This is America, creator of the Burger and home of the best Burgers in the world!

    Such as the H+F Burger, Atlanta
    [​IMG]
     
  21. superdave

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    So the hamburger was NOT created in Hamburg, as we've always been taught in our inferior American school.
     
  22. gunnerfan7

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    Money.
     
  23. Frankball

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  24. Frankball

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    August 21, 2015 @ 11:25AM EDT
    Check out @FCBjuniorteam's Tweet:


    Startelf #FCBAmateure in Schalding-Heining: Lucic - Pohl, Strohmaier, Steinhart - Bösel, Gaudino, Weihrauch - Kurt, Lappe, Pantovic, Green


    August 21, 2015 @ 2:01PM EDT
    Check out @FCBjuniorteam's Tweet:


    Letzter Wechsel der #FCBAmateure: Lucas Scholl kommt für @J_Green37. 1:1 (74.)


    August 21, 2015 @ 3:34PM EDT
    Check out @rodmacneil's Tweet:


    Julian Green went 73 min in Bayern Munich II's 2-1 win @Schalding-Heining. He's not mentioned in game summary: http://t.co/kHoqJR9qr1 #USMNT


    August 21, 2015 @ 8:09PM EDT
    Check out @socceroverthere's Tweet:


    Julian Green got the start and played 74 minutes in Bayern Munich II's 2-1 win over Schalding-Heining today. http://t.co/Cbbp84cW3N
     
  25. comoesa

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    Hopefully Bayern has a cake walk in the league so they can afford to play the youngsters in the spring.
     

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