Auf geht's, Jungs: German Youth Discussion Thread Vol. V

Discussion in 'Germany: National Teams' started by Epitome990, Jun 4, 2019.

  1. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    update on 02 W Nankishi

    THE WERDER TALENT’S CONTRACT EXPIRES IN 2023
    NANKISHI SHOULD EXTEND: WERDER'S WING FORWARD IS FIT AGAIN AFTER A FEW ISSUES

    Bremen – Abdenego Nankishi has had a very special season at SV Werder Bremen: the 19-year-old made six appearances in the first nine matchdays and even started twice. His premiere among the pros could hardly have gone better. But after that, the winger only made it into the matchday squad three more times. Several injuries and a corona infection threw Nankishi back. Now he's fit again - and Werder still has a lot to do with the talent.

    "We would like to extend him," reports Clemens Fritz, head of professional football, when asked by DeichStube: "We believe in his potential."

    Nankishi's contract runs for another season. Werder Bremen is actually on the safe side. But only an extension would create the possibility of the attacker still being loaned out in this transfer window. That could become an issue after the preparations if the competition is too big for Abdenego Nankishi and there aren't enough playing times.

    WERDER BREMEN: ABDENEGO NANKISHI TO EXTEND HIS CONTRACT
    But now the young attacker should first prove himself in training. The conditions are good. Abdenego Nankishi returned fit from vacation, all injuries have healed. He was able to complete the performance diagnostics without any problems. On Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m., for the first time this summer, the colleagues will be out on the pitch. In just over a week, Werder Bremen will start their training camp in the Zillertal.

    Abdenego Nankishi was also in Austria a year ago and benefited from the fact that the coach at the time, Markus Anfang, needed wingers for his 4-3-3 system. However, just before he was eliminated from Werder Bremen, Beginne switched – and his successor Ole Werner also opted for a 3-5-2 without a winger. In the Bundesliga, however, he would now like to become more variable again. Therefore, Sarpreet Singh (23), who can come over the wings, should also be committed. But the transfer of the New Zealander from Bayern Munich was canceled due to an injury. Now Nankishi can offer himself for his post.
    https://www.deichstube.de/news/werd...e-kader-bundesliga-transfers-zr-91624033.html
     
  2. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    Wolfsburg confirm youth 1st training
    01 GK Kasten (back from loan), 03 GK Schulze, 00 M F.Nmecha

    00 RB Fischer due to U21 not there.

    from u19
    05 M Amoako, 05 W Berkemer, 04 CF Busch, 04 CB Heller, 05 AM Hermann, 04 CB Lange and 04 AM/W Maier,

    is 05 CF Mazzone injured? Or only spot for 1 youth CF in training?
     
  3. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    The desire for a local player is greater among the fans
    Nevertheless, this causes frustration among the fans, who finally wish they could cheer for a player from the ranks. Especially since there was a Leipziger in the squad in Tom Krauß, for example. He is now moving on to FC Schalke 04 on loan from 1. FC Nürnberg. This has upset the minds of some RB supporters, because Frederik Jäkel (Arminia Bielefeld), Eric Martel and the greatest talent Sidney Raebiger (Greuther Fürth) are three more players moving on , whom those responsible had recently publicly believed would be able to take the next step in Leipzig.
    https://rblive.de/nachwuchs/rb-leip...inblicke-in-die-talentarbeit-cottaweg-3395644

    like I keep saying
    German clubs do rate German youth just 0 interest to put in effort to integrate and that they sell for peanuts also less incentive.

    Furth Sporting Director has confirmed NO BUYBACK CLAUSE too.
     
  4. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    02 M Papalia has crashed and burned.
    got 10 dfb YNT caps from u15-u17 and Koln captain who won u17 trophy......

    but his move to FD U19, II was huge bust, mostly bencher and now moving to OL/5th division.

    now that's a bad career. Unlike what some like to pretend for guys currently in 2BL.:ROFLMAO:
     
  5. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    -interesting,
    04 LB Brekner went in Winter 2022 from Bayern u19 to 6th division club.

    After,
    3 goals in 16 matches and 1500 min played

    now moving to SpVgg Ansbach in RL.....that wasn't long, lol;.

    no idea why left Bayern. Can only guess wanted adult footy ASAP. Ansbach and Bayern II=both in RL Bayern too. And as 04 still eligible for U19 if had stayed at Bayern. Reality if he stayed at Bayern would have played U19 until 2023.......

    -2BL Magdeburg=promotion to 2BL+no II=no integration
    03 CF Nischalke joining FCN II in RL
    03 CF Gysbers joining Atlas in RL.

    2 Giant CFs in 190s range.
     
  6. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    this guy for years, claimed that he DOESN'T hate German youth that him shitting on them at every turn, bashing them left and right, getting triggered if you mention anything about them etc was him being objective/critical, LULZ.

    excuse him, just wanted them to bomb to say he was right they suck ass. Years of non-stop 97-onwards all shit then 97 U21 finalist and 98-99=U21 champs. Went from shitting on them to wanting numerous from winning squad in Senior NT, LMAO. I think had a high 7-8 U21s from 98-99 that he wanted in Seniors, LOL. For terrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrible age groups you would think close to 0 would be candidates....


    the ONLY ******** here is Karl-Heinz Riedle aka fake Germany fan and Irishman. This guy isn't even a Bayern fan LMAO.

    who tells a son your father is a ******** (PS I"m not a Bayern fan). A POS A-Hole, sorry excuse of a human being. You would think Brazzo was a serial killer.:ROFLMAO:

    I call Brazzo a clown but that's in a forum not towards family.

    Nick has said that he, his mom and Brazzo all got death threats from Bayern fans. Classless fake Bayern fans.

    And called it, Irishman kept posting his instagram exchange in here with some youth.......and I said guarantee he shows a "nice fake face and never his real-self". Its clear that's what it is otherwise, no sane person would interact with this POS.

    for a so called expert who later admitted to lying.


    shouldn't he know more about Janelt.:ROFLMAO:
    This guy legit framed himself as knowledgeable but in reality just parrots what others tell him. He also writes off youth based on 1-2 matches. Non stop copy paste. CFs outdatded then 95% of his posts/tweets=about CFs, LMAO.
     
  7. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    At least I sold myself as a fan nothing more or less.
    I don't know everything because its impossible.

    NO ONE can know everything about every player.
    From 1BL-1st Abroad-2BL-3rd Liga-RL-U19-U17-UXX just too many levels and too many players. If you go youth+Adult=too much.

    none can watch every player regularly. A lot of so called youth experts online shit on youth based on 1-2 matches in youth.....as if that's a good indicator of anything. A season is NOT 1-2 matches, LOL. And young have up and downs and have dev cycles. Potential should be main focus, tbh.

    a lot of so called experts also use some youth sites that have stats to than say who's doing well or not.........LOL.

    our buddy from above does that.
    Biondic, Maas etc some of best German 03 CFs based on Aerials/duels and nothing more.....both headed to 5th division footy.......

    he also say in past with Ruckert, Makanda etc. best 01 CFs around
    Judges based on physique and duels and NOTHING Else.

    that's not how it works to judge CFs or any positions.

    Also How many times have I seen so called online youth experts
    "This guy has gotten a LOT better since last I saw him."

    so why did you rush to shit? LMAO.



    And I do admit that I'm paying less and less attention to U19 and under by season because, only vs adults matter.
     
  8. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    for CFs at this point, I tend to think its best to wait and see on how clubs see Player X or Y, pro contracts, training, 1st chances, etc. Usually 1st thing is training with 1st. Biondic and Maas for ex don't think either ever any close to 1st teams at any point. So not surprising both left.....

    its also because they do screw you over in that position for numerous reasons.
    Whether 1 uptop, exp focus, dev/sell etc.

    Fact vast vast majority of youth CFs will end up unable to avoid 1st Abroad-2BL-3rd Liga. Good chunk to end up playing 3 different levels or 2 different levels to reach 1BL-top 4 league.

    CFs=100% based on being at right club for integration

    Last CF I hyped up is Copado.
    Hyped him up back when Bayern U17, 0 word on if he had 1st prospects or not and he had 0 hype anywhere over internet and almost a year prior to 1st team training and made 1BL debut this season too. But making Bayern 1st for realz is hard for any player, time will tell what happens. A 2024 contract means, club needs to make decision in 2023. Also don't think Copado will play II/RL beyond 2023 unless II go up. Already impressed in RL vs adults jumping from u17 too. Impressed in preseason with 1st, 1st training and his 1 1BL cap vs Gladbach. But still needs to improve some things.

    but other than him, have avoided it.
    A Weiper and Pejcinovic were getting tons of hype anyways. In part to YNT showings and Pejcinovic was training with Augsburg 1st last Summer too and throughout season. Weiper was also constantly bullying older kids and dominating too. Got pro contract this season and now training with Mainz 1st too. Both had tons of interest across Europe at 15 too.

    so in general do think, its better to wait and see. Even more so if your bringing up someone based on nothing but stats or physique or if not that highly rated or 0 proof of anyone rating X or Y but you.

    For CFs, currently taking watching pro career and showings+Pro placement as better judge. For ex, 00 CFs in 3rd Liga at this point=not great progress. You'll be 23 going on 24 by time you go 1st season in 2BL.

    then when you judge full package you'll realize vast majority don't have 1BL material due to holes in game. That bottom 1BL is best you can hope for if ever.

    A Ngankam is good ex of someone almost none thought would succeed in 1BL. I was in just give him chance in 1BL when he dominated RL, others screamed he's NOT 1BL material
     
  9. Alex C

    Alex C Member+

    Oct 27, 2015
    Chatham
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    I saw that comment aimed at Brazzo's son, totally out of order and unnecessary.

    Surprised.he doesn't know Janelt, I mean the guy plays in the EPL not hard to find footage and analysis.
     
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  10. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    but epl is 6th division footy.;)
     
  11. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    More GK action
    03 GK Dumrath joins St Gallen of Swiss 1st. Jumped from Swiss 5th division too.


    In the 2020/21 season, Bela Dumrath joined the first team of Chur 97 from the team in Southeast Switzerland. There he gained experience in the 2nd interregional league. At FCSG, the native of Hamburg will complement the goalkeeper duo Lawrence Ati Zigi and Lukas Watkowiak.

    "We are delighted to be able to sign Bela, a talented young goalkeeper for our team. He has great potential for development, but already has a lot of qualities." Alain Sutter, Head of Sport
     
  12. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
  13. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    3rd Liga Dynamo (relegated from 2BL), youth in 1st
    00 M Kulke, 01 CF/W Konigsdorffer (scored brace), 02 LB Kuhn, 02 CF Harres, 04 CF Hoffmann (scored brace), 04 CB Lehmann, 04 CB Wyeh, 04 W Saliger, 04 AM
    Oehmichen (scored)
     
  14. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    have to say very interesting that most whole XI of 04s who trashed Belgium 4-0 this season training with 1st teams.

    -GK=Feller, check
    -LB=Ba, check
    -CBs=Wyeh, check.............Dynamo one
    -RBs=Lehmann (also CB), check.......Dynamo one
    -Ms=Bunk, check
    -CF=Marino, check

    Frauendorf (made FA Cup debut with Liverpool), Damar (trained with Frankfurt+impressed in friendlies), Baur (got upped to Freiburg II early),

    leaves only Quarshie (not sure if trained with 1st) and Gruda (who was MOTM but not training with Mainz 1st. I think if he impresses next season, should sign pro contract).

    and that XI was nowhere near best XI
     
  15. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    that we have so many top 4 league youth compared to previous U21 Euro will make it all more funny if this crop can't win U21. 98-99 got tons of shit for being "terrrrrible".

    U21 Euro for 98-99, ignoring GKs
    March GS=7 1BL players
    May-June Knockout Stages=9 1BL players
     
  16. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    LOL, on 04 CF/W Obiogumu
    Obiogumu, who stands 6″2 and was born in Benin City, moved to Germany with his parents when he was two years old. He hadn’t been called up to any German youth national teams when Rohr met him. He also informed Rohr that he would welcome a call from Nigeria.

    According to Soccernet, Rohr said it was fortunate that he could be available right away because he had not previously represented Germany at any level. However, a fter that, Rohr was fired from his job a few weeks later.

    The German authorities must have been alerted by Rohr’s interest, as he was summoned in March when an international window opened.

    “I think they (the NFF) did not follow up after my departure,” Rohr told Soccernet. “But congrats to Uche, it’s a pity for Nigeria but it’s good for Germany,” smirked the German-born trainer.


    his agent on Germany and Nigeria
    https://www.owngoalnigeria.com/2022...er-sacking-of-rohr-hoffenheim-wonderkid-uche/


    not a fan of all these duals flip flopping, basically going to who calls 1st. Just reeks of opportunism and user mentality.

    sounds like Nigeria is 2nd choice but moment sees that he won't make Senior NT will just bail.
     
  17. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    shows why Rohr gone=good
    now we need Addo and Kuntz to follow
     
  18. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    -Brazzo Jr going on loan to MLS......feels like running away from Germany. But don't get how he skips RL while all play there.....
    https://www.transfermarkt.de/vancou...sh-behutsamer-aufbau-geplant/view/news/406555

    -02 CF Borkowski downgrading to 3rd Liga to Dynamo, looks like Daferner replacement.....dumb has shown that can play 2BL. Its a loan, even dumber is that after this loan he likely ends up back to 2BL.......And that's CF issue, not easy to stick around in 1BL-2BL. At this point, 3rd Liga has an huge accumulation of youth CFs......
    https://www.bild.de/sport/fussball/...namo-holt-borkowski-von-rb-80489694.bild.html

    -02 M Munst goes on Swiss 1st St Gallen reloan. His loan last season cut short by Jan to injury.


    -00 W/WB Massimo looks headed to 2BL AB (loan???)........has shown that he's 1BL material. Even embarrassing a lot of D with his dribbling, not many at Stuttgart scored more than him, had injury issues though......but why dump him? Even Klimowicz looks to be bailing Stuttgart with La Liga-Serie A interest.....I hope Egloff, Paula, Ulrich can jump perm to 1st...
    https://www.kicker.de/stuttgart-keh...elefeld-zurueck-4000000043719/transfermeldung

    -update on 01 CB Thiaw
    Schröder on Thiaw: "Serie A is very interested overall"
    With Malick Thiaw, FC Schalke 04 have a real defensive gem in their own ranks. Of course, his good performances from the previous season (31 second division games, two goals) did not go unnoticed by larger clubs either.

    Especially in Italy, the German U21 national player has aroused desires.
    A departure would be difficult to compensate for in sporting terms, but the miners' coffers would be filled a bit. With AC Milan, Bologna FC and Turin FC, three clubs from Italy are in the race for the defender, who is tied in Gelsenkirchen until 2024. "Serie A is very interested overall," confirmed manager Rouven Schröder in Sport Bild.

    "He's a top central defender, still has a long-term contract and would of course look very good on us. But if a club is interested, they know my phone number,” says Schröder. The official does not have an exact price idea. "No. But when AC Milan knocked on the door half a year ago, you're obviously talking about a certain category."

    When Thiaw says goodbye, it gets thin behind - total package at eight million euros

    According to Bild, Schalke could bag a total package of around eight million euros for Thiaw. According to Transfermarkt, his current market value is classified at six million euros. Should the native of Düsseldorf switch to Italy, things would get very tight on the defensive in terms of the current staff.
    According to Bild, Marcin Kamiński is too slow for the Bundesliga. In addition, it is unclear how the two newcomers Ibrahima Cissé (21) and Leo Greiml (20) work. The latter is also still in individual training after a cruciate ligament tear. Like Thiaw, Ozan Kabak is considered a candidate for sale in order to generate money. Schalke no longer plans with him.
     
  19. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    with Thiaw (Serie A??) and Bella-Kotchap (EPL), its weird seeing 50% of our 1BL 00-01 CBs leaving Germany.

    Now 1BL looks like
    Beyer, Bauer, Dardai (02), Mbi (03, not brokethrough yet but not far off, his loan ends 2023), Gechter (04)

    That's it rest in 1st Abroad-2BL-3rd Liga-RL+U19.
    Whether any in 3rd Liga II-RL II-U19 breakthrough next season in 1BL.....who knows.
     
  20. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    on topic of Borkowski if he ends up back in 2BL come 2023, its not that bad. And it woud be beginning of 02-03 U21 cycle too.
     
  21. Alex C

    Alex C Member+

    Oct 27, 2015
    Chatham
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    I don’t understand why German u21 internationals like Thiaw and Bella-Kotchap get zero interest from bigger BL clubs. Fairly cheap, German and high ceiling.
     
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  22. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    #16072 Ger90, Jun 23, 2022
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2022
    I think problem is timing and club system
    -Plastic doesn't give a shit about Germans, that's fact
    -Bayern wants nothing but French CBs......Although Bella-Kotchap born in France.:p. Kouassi struggling for game time and struggling to impress at Bayern. Funny Matthaus thought Bella-Kotchap good fit for Bayern.
    -Dortmund brought in Sule and Schlotterbeck
    -Bayer these days more interested in foreign youth than German. They seem way too keen on dev/sell.

    rest is lack of space or clubs who are no better than Bochum or Schalke.

    for NT, its not a bad thing to have players playing outside Germany. As a CB, playing Serie A/Italian footy could be good for dev. Playing EPL which is higher level than 1BL would just improve him.

    I do think both, assuming Thiaw doesn't go AC Milan, will jump to bigger clubs in 2ish years.

    honestly its not a bad thing, Germany only has 18 clubs in 1BL with 2-3 relegation. Players can't all make 1BL if all stick around. In that sense, I don't mind if some leave abroad and it opens door to other CBs (or any position) to breakthrough 1BL. They can't all play top 1BL clubs too, that's thing.
     
  23. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    lame, just hope in 2BL-1st Abroad come 2023.


    DYNAMO LOANS DENNIS BORKOWSKI
    The 20-year-old striker has already appeared 23 times in the 2nd Bundesliga

    The SG Dynamo Dresden strengthens in the offensive area and borrows Dennis Borkowski. The 20-year-old attacker is on loan from RasenBallsport Leipzig until June 30, 2023. Most recently, the 1.84 meter right foot was loaned to 1. FC Nürnberg for two seasons.

    Born in Riesa, he scored three goals and provided one assist in a total of 23 second division appearances for FCN. He made three brief appearances in the Bundesliga and one DFB Cup game with Leipzig. For black and yellow he will appear with shirt number nine.

    Ralf Becker, Sports Director of SG Dynamo Dresden, says: "Dennis Borkowski is a versatile attacker who has very good technical training and can quickly solve situations in tight spaces. He took his first steps in professional football in Nuremberg and has a lot of potential for development. We are convinced that he will make our offensive game even more variable and unpredictable.”

    Borkowski successfully completed his sports medicine examination at the Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital in Dresden on Thursday morning.

    Dennis Borkowski, Dynamo's new signing, says: "I'm very happy about the chance to develop my football skills at Dynamo Dresden - and thus very close to my hometown Riesa. The talks with those responsible at SGD were very positive, I can fully identify with the sporting goals. I want to do my part to ensure that we as a team are as successful as possible in the 3rd division. I'm also looking forward to the unique atmosphere in the Rudolf Harbig Stadium and the great identification that prevails in the region with Dynamo."
     
  24. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    update on Stuttgart
    -As with Klimowicz and Massimo, loans are preferred, but sales are conceivable.
    -club disappointed with Egloff dev, LOL, outside of 2 years mostly injured, you can't be annoyed about anything
    -Ömer Beyaz (18), Clinton Mola (21) and Wahid Faghir (18). The latter three are moving back to their respective home countries of Turkey, England and Denmark.

    Been saying this for over a year, more and more foreign youth moving back to HOME after not panning out in Germany and its not a small list either. Add Mola to list of English flops/fail in Germany, lol.
    -Another who is not impressing
    A player who narrowly escaped a change recommendation is Tanguy Coulibaly. The 21-year-old Frenchman, whose contract expires in 2023, should be given another chance to prove himself.
    https://www.fussballtransfers.com/a533038894719666880-bericht-stuttgart-plant-mit-acht-abgaengen

    Frenchie 02 W Momo Cisse's half a year loan out of 1 year and a half in Polish 1st=has shown nothing for it. So much for foreign youth betta than German. That's 5 foreign youth+1 Klimowicz who's most dev done between 10-18 was done in Argentina. Even Frenchies Millot-Ahamada DID NOTHING ALL SEASON and barely played.

    Less we forget Frenchie Tidibi's getting TONS of shit too. Karazor might go to jail too.

    Don't care about any of them oustide of Massimo and Egloff.
    Massimo issue is that he's a U21 depth option and dual, long term will end up poached by Ghana, tbh. All this makes it hard to care too much. Don't think will ever make German Senior NT. In any case 2BL for a year, not end of world its better than 3rd Liga.

    All this could increase chances for Egloff, Meyer, and U19-II youth. Now all 05s in U19, time to start focusing on German youth.

    I'm seeing huge openings in attack.
    Massimo, Klimowicz, Didavi, Beyaz, Marmousch (only on loan), Faghir, Tidibi (???)

    if this allows, Paula and Ulrich to breakthrough. I'm all for it. Stuttgart has others playable in AM/W/CF who are interesting too but those are main focus along with Kastaranas. Rest to depend on dev.
     
  25. Ger90

    Ger90 Member+

    May 13, 2016
    Club:
    FC Bayern München
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    -German footy is nonsensical. You need 2BL-1st Abroad to go 1BL, you need 3rd Liga for 2BL, you need RL for 3rd Liga. Really dump shit. Just makes it that again too much mass loaning to 3rd Liga. Integration becoming less and less by season.

    01 W Stehle going on 3rd Liga VK loan. Just to breakthrough a bang average 2BL club (where he impressed when give chance_ who prioritize and focus on players of others over their own. One has to realize a lot of loans ain't about player but opening in 1st team, no opening=loan dump.


    -02 M Civeja getting loan dump to 3rd Liga Ingolstadt.
    Augsburg like to pride themselves in youth work.....but theirs is garbage. None making 1st team directly, all go on 3rd Liga loans......but then 3rd Liga won't be enough and will require 2BL-1st Abroad next.


    proof is in this tweet, 99 CB Stanic going on Croatian 1st loan....this guy went 2 years in 2 different 3rd Liga loans and now 3rd loan. Do you need 3 years on loan to breakthrough Augsburg???

    Same will happen to 00 CF Malone, will likely go on loan for his 3rd back to back season.

    good youth work, when others do all dev.......
     

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