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Fußball-Bundesliga

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by PackerFan71, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. PackerFan71

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    Agree, but as we both know they simply cant refuse to send their players to offical matches because of Fifa rules. Its just ridiculous, who is paying the player even if he was injured in one of those useless friendlies ? Of course their club and not the National team.
     
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    In related news, Ribery is out with broken ribs suffered in the international games. He won't be able to play against Dortmund.
     
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    Hummels and Schmelzer are injured too and wont play. Boateng was questionable but just read he will play.
    Btw - Jerome Boateng has really stepped up and as you know Croak, I like this guy though he plays for Bayern ;)
     
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    Boateng is a guy from Man City's scrap pile. I am surprised he has done as well as he has.

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    Moin und viele Gruesse zurueck aus Hamburg, der schoensten Stadt der Welt ! ;)

    I was really surprised that he didnt make it at City because I think he is even better than Vince Kompany who, like Boateng, also played at HSV Hamburg before moving to Manchester. And Kompany even is their captain today. :eek:
    Jerome Boateng is highly gifted and he even can be a world class defender if he stays focused on the field and avoids his usual mistakes because of his lack of concentration.
     
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    I think he'd make a better midfielder than defender. He seems to like to play out of position. :mad:
     
  8. PackerFan71

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    Very much like Chelsea's Sideshow Bob, noted for his similarity to the cartoon character David Luiz.
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    I don't agree as Kompany is a huge player for us. When he is injured things go totally off the rails.

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    Oh oh a bit of Brownie in da house. :D
     
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    He didnt convince me when he played for us but he obviously has improved Sandolf. ;)
    Well, I should have known it before, Altona is St. P**** territory :rolleyes:
    I really thought someone who has lived in Hamburg must be a nice guy until you posted this picture. :mad::D
     
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    No doubt about Kompany establishing himself as a world class footballer. Look at Belgium. They have been playing really well.

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    You know... a lot of vistors come away from Hamburg with a good impression of the Reeperbahn. :D
     
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    Wow! That was a game. 3 - 0 doesn't really tell the story. Dortmund is really good even with their injury situation. I'll give credit to Boateng today. He made some goofs, but he also made some excellent plays.
     
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    Whey hey Hey 3-1 home win nessie, you'd have taken that before kickoff. ;)
     
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    Oh yeah, I'm really delighted PackerFan71. :tup:
    Wasnt a good football game but we got three points and thats what counts.
    Van der Vaart was sorely missed, I hope he will be back soon. :cautious:
     
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    Looks like Spurs miss him even more as they suffered a tidy little 6-0 thrashing at Man City. :D
     
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    Just watched the game highlights, awesome goal by Jesus Navas in the first minute :eek:
    Looks like a hard time for AVB and his Spurs, next week they host ManU....
     
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    What i see going on at Tottenham is flashback territory for me, i think he's losing/lost the dressing room just as he did at Chelsea. :whistling:
     
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    Bought me the latest edition of 11 Freunde, some interesting stories this month.
    Especially the story about Harry "Houdini" Redknapp is a nice read. :D
    And with this issue came a little 2014 calendar with this nice memory, good old times ;)
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    Remember watching the game deserved winners should also have won in 80 but for the great wall Shilton. 30 years ago Wow! :eek::cool:
     
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    Anybody remember this goal?

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    Sure, a legendary goal by Jens Lehmann against Dortmund. ;)
    Must have been in the late 90's or early 2000's ? As much as I remember he was the first goalie who scored from open play in the Bundesliga...
    Some years later he played for Dortmund as well, something that doesnt happen very often because of their well known rivalry.
     
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    Correct mhnessie. I believe it was in 1995. By '98 he was off to AC Milan for only part of one season before returning to Dortmund which preceded his stay at Arsenal from 2003-2008.
     

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