German Talents

Discussion in 'Germany' started by olafgb, Sep 15, 2003.

  1. olafgb

    olafgb New Member

    Jun 6, 2001
    A very nice list from kicker today:

    Bayern: Deisler
    Stuttgart: Hildebrand, Hinkel, Kuranyi
    Dortmund: Weidenfeller, Metzelder, Kehl
    Hamburg: Maltritz
    Hertha: Friedrich
    Bremen: Ernst
    Schalke: Asamoah
    Wolfsburg: Franz
    Bochum: Bönig, Freier
    1860: Görlitz, Lauth
    Hannover: Tremmel (history since this weekend)
    Gladbach: Kluge, Korzynietz
    Rostock: -
    Lautern: Wiese
    Leverkusen: Balitsch
    Freiburg: Riether
    Cologne: Wessels, Schindzielorz
    Frankfurt: Preuß

    THE HIGH SPIRITED (those, who had a regular starting spot in a pro team, but wanted a new and so far unsuccessful challenge)
    Tobias Rau (Bayern, blocked by Lizarazu)
    Björn Schlicke (Hamburg, blocked by Ujfalusi and Hoogma)
    Alex Meier (Hamburg, blocked by Jarolim and Cardoso)
    Clemens Fritz (Leverkusen, blocked by Neuville, Schneider and Bierofka)

    THE BORDER-LINE PLAYERS (shifting between starting and bench)
    Tim Borowski (Bremen, blocked by Lisztes and Ernst)
    Florian Kringe (Cologne, currently profiting from Schindzielorz’ injury)
    Christian Tiffert (Stuttgart, blocked by Hleb and Heldt)
    Daniel Bierofka (Leverkusen, blocked by Schneider and Babic)
    Stephan Kling (Hamburg, currently profiting from Hollerbach’s injury)

    THE TROUBLED ONES (bad luck with injuries)
    Denis Lapaczinski (Berlin)
    Christian Timm (Lautern)
    Michael Mutzel (Stuttgart)

    THE STOPPED ONES (had a starting job, but got a stronger rival despite of good development)
    Torben Marx (Berlin, by Niko Kovac; Marx suffered his second torn ACL this weekend)
    Mike Hanke (Schalke, by Edi Glieder)
    Simon Rolfes (Bremen, by Ludovic Magnin)

    THE SYSTEM VICTIMS (can’t play on their ideal positions)
    Christian Rahn (Hamburg, too weak in the defence for being a backer, Beinlich is stronger in the offence)
    Albert Streit and Sven Müller (Wolfsburg, both right mids in a 3-5-2, but Röber changed the system and right mids aren’t needed anymore)

    THE OVERTAKEN PLAYERS (talents, who were overtaken by other talents meanwhile)
    Tobias Willi (Freiburg, by Sascha Riether)
    Markus Feulner (Bayern, by Bastian Schweinsteiger)

    THE SLOPPY ONES (players who are blocked by their attitude)
    Jermaine Jones (Frankfurt)
    Marco Vorbeck (Rostock, improved lately)

    THE FUTURE HOPES (established on the matchday roster and in a positive tendency)
    Tom Starke (Leverkusen)
    Christian Schulz (Bremen)
    Phillip Lahm (Stuttgart)
    Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Rensing (Bayern)
    Alexander Madlung (Hertha)
    Per Mertesacker (Hannover)

    THE ONES ON DETOUR (players, who went to a smaller or a foreign club to improve their chances)
    Steffen Hofmann (Bayern to Rapid Vienna, top performer)
    Benjamin Auer (Gladbach to Mainz, top performer)
    Christoph Preuss (Leverkusen to Frankfurt, regular starter)
    Markus Daun (Leverkusen to Bremen, between bench and starting spot)
    Thomas Hitzlsperger (Bayern to Aston Villa, between bench and starting spot)
    Robert Huth (Unon Berlin to Chelsea, add-on player)
    Giuseppe Gemiti (Frankfurt to Udine, add-on player)
    Moritz Volz (Schalke to Arsenal, reserves)
    Sebastian Kneissl (Frankfurt to Chelsea, reserves)
  2. fuxer

    fuxer New Member

    Feb 5, 2000
    they forgot mimoun assouagh. he is playing for u21 national team and is starting for mainz05 every week. same with mathias abel.
  3. F96

    F96 Member+

    Oct 24, 2002
    Hannover 96
    Mike Hanke should play for Schalke, everytime I watched him play he was one the best players on the field, it would be disappointing to see Edi Glieder take his spot away.
  4. olafgb

    olafgb New Member

    Jun 6, 2001
    fuxer: Azouagh and Abel probably aren't listed as they weren't close to making the first team in Frankfurt/Dortmund before.

    @Hannover96Girl: Hanke played D3 this weekend, while Glieder took his spot on the bench. On the one hand Hanke did not score in Bundesliga yet, although he had quite a lot playing time for a guy of his age; but on the other hand it is catastrophe for him that they put a 34 year old Austrian no-name ahead of him. Nobody could have complained about Morientes as this would have increased Schalke's quality, but Glieder is a bad joke. Luckily Hanke's contract is expiring after the season, he'd better leave to a worse BL or good BL2 club.
  5. Germanshepherd

    Germanshepherd New Member

    May 19, 2003
    Rostock, Deutschland
    Marco Vorbeck is playing every game for Hansa.

    He has massive talent with technical skills and he is fast.

    If he changes his attitude he will be in the national team someday.
  6. Basti

    Basti New Member

    May 9, 2002

    I believe Volz is now on loan at Fulham and is a starter
  7. Excape Goat

    Excape Goat Member+

    Mar 18, 1999
    Real Madrid
    How good is Robert Huth of Chelsea? I read his freekick is as powerful as Roberto Carlos.
  8. onetouch

    onetouch New Member

    May 4, 2003
    i didnt realize Werder Bremen was a smaller or foreign club compared to leverkusen regarding Daun, guess thats why i dont work for kicker *sigh*

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