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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Axeslammer on Wed May 20, 2009 4:58 pm

Take it easy Anglo, I'm just yanking your chain Wink
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by anglophileHedgehog on Wed May 20, 2009 5:03 pm

Axeslammer wrote:Take it easy Anglo, I'm just yanking your chain Wink
Sorry for blowing off at you like that, I'm just so totally sick of seeing someone like Cacau, who is obviously NOT trying to get any favours (except for tax ones maybe Wink ) by taking up German citizenship, lumped together with players like Rink or Dundee, who became German for entirely different reasons.

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:38 pm

the latest Wunderkind to emerge in the Vaterland

JONAS (7-years-old)



@blut

does that now mean that the Mannschaft will be in TRANSITION until Jonas becomes a regular Nationalspieler ?

lol!
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by anglophileHedgehog on Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:40 pm

Ha, I was wondering when one of you pedophiles would mention how he destroyed Kiessling during the Torwandschießen. Wink
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:45 pm

the TV-Torwandschiessen is such a brilliant invention

I just don't understand why other countries and their TV channels do not adopt it

what an insular world
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Post by anglophileHedgehog on Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:49 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dk6WdBmR3c
cheers

(Und das mit wieviel cm Absätzen? Wink )
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Sun Sep 13, 2009 11:42 pm

anglo,

I think one day we have to talk about your somewhat feminist tendencies Whistle

anyway

here's the Kaiser

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWnrc28f0bA&feature=channel

and the TRAITOR

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjlWankSRFg&feature=channel

Smile
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Post by blutgraetsche on Wed Sep 16, 2009 12:16 am

72-76-80-96-08 wrote:the latest Wunderkind to emerge in the Vaterland

JONAS (7-years-old)



@blut

does that now mean that the Mannschaft will be in TRANSITION until Jonas becomes a regular Nationalspieler ?

lol!

Very Happy

Good kid, watched it on YouTube. ok

The transition ends in 2012 Otto. Hopefully, Löw (and / or whoever replaces him after 2010, if he resigns that is) makes good use of the time until then. We need to continue to blood in talented young players.
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Post by blutgraetsche on Wed Sep 16, 2009 12:20 am

72-76-80-96-08 wrote:the TV-Torwandschiessen is such a brilliant invention

I just don't understand why other countries and their TV channels do not adopt it

what an insular world

Guess who is still the Torwand record holder (alright, he is not the only one scoring 5 of 6)?




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjlWankSRFg

cheers

P.S.: Die Absätze sind mindestens genauso hoch gewesen damals Wiebke, Frau oder Mann...

Just saw that you posted it already Otto. But just for the blasphemous "TRAITOR" comment, it deserves to be posted again. Fußballgott!!!
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Isco Benny on Wed Sep 16, 2009 1:19 pm

72-76-80-96-08 wrote:the TV-Torwandschiessen is such a brilliant invention

I just don't understand why other countries and their TV channels do not adopt it

what an insular world

Is this the programme inwhich the Stevenage lad came across and showed you Germans how its done??

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MX5JoGoQu0&feature=PlayList&p=7BFB9E4A6CA99E21&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=82

None of this pussystroking the ball and allowing it to bounce 5 or 6 times before bobbling into the bottom corner a la Gunther Netzer. Extra points for striking it hard, and for not being a professional footballer Laughing
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Fey on Wed Sep 16, 2009 2:18 pm

72-76-80-96-08 wrote:the TV-Torwandschiessen is such a brilliant invention

I just don't understand why other countries and their TV channels do not adopt it

what an insular world

We had that for a while! Coffee
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Thu Dec 17, 2009 2:39 pm

ok

fellow Bundesliga / German football fans

I suppose it's time to take stock where we are with the emergence of the next generation of German super-talents

what has the endless conveyor belt thrown up in the first half of this season, me wonders ?

Gladbach fans would be right to RAVE about Reus

VfB Stuttgart fans will point to the genius of Rudy

Bavarian pulses will race when thinking about Müller and Badstuber

and Schalke under Magath seem to have opened their VERY OWN endless conveyor belt

who stood out in YOUR opinion ?


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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Stiftung Haeschentest on Thu Dec 17, 2009 2:57 pm

You forgot Sven Bender, you bellend. Grr

Müller is a wee bit overrated already IMO (given that people already want him to get called up for the Mannschaft). He started of well but disappeared too often in the last matches.
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Thu Dec 17, 2009 3:05 pm

Bender is another one

ditto

Hummels and Höwedes

Kroos is blossoming as well

Hunt , Marin.. at Werder

and Mainz seem to have the odd talent as well

do you think we could dominate world football in the forseeable future ?
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Stiftung Haeschentest on Thu Dec 17, 2009 3:19 pm

Yes.

Biggrin

Honestly, I don't know. The talent is there to become a dominant force again, but unfortunately talent alone doesn't win titles.
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Post by SuperMario on Thu Dec 17, 2009 4:00 pm

I'll start getting worried when they show up at big clubs in the EPL, Serie A & LA Liga.

So far you're hardly exporting, you're only producing for your own market.
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Thu Dec 17, 2009 4:37 pm

De Guzman wrote:

So far you're hardly exporting, you're only producing for your own market.

nobody WANTS to get EXPORTED

the offers are there

but our cupcakes get home-sick easily

think of German football talents as Swedish Au Pair girls

the world is dreaming of them

but in the end they settle and grow roots AT HOME

wahre G
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Fri Dec 18, 2009 1:11 pm

word on the street is that Chelsea want to buy the pigclimber as an eventual Ballack replacement

no doubt

the Schwein will decline

yet again
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Post by SuperMario on Fri Dec 18, 2009 1:18 pm

72-76-80-96-08 wrote:
De Guzman wrote:

So far you're hardly exporting, you're only producing for your own market.

nobody WANTS to get EXPORTED

the offers are there

but our cupcakes get home-sick easily

think of German football talents as Swedish Au Pair girls

the world is dreaming of them

but in the end they settle and grow roots AT HOME

wahre G
I wish Pololski all the best settling at 1. FC Koeln. Will he still be selected if he plays in the regional-Liga?
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Fri Dec 18, 2009 1:24 pm

the PRINZ has a contract for the 1.Bundesliga

and is free to go , if Cologne get relegated
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Post by SuperMario on Fri Dec 18, 2009 2:02 pm

PRINZ OHNE KLEIDER
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Mon Dec 21, 2009 12:55 pm

a few articles about our TALENTS

http://www.dfb.de/index.php?id=500014&tx_dfbnews_pi1[showUid]=21182&tx_dfbnews_pi4[cat]=121

http://www.taz.de/1/sport/artikel/1/in-der-jugend-liegt-die-kraft/

and kudos to Dede who says

"if (22-year-old) Schmelzer is better than I am, he HAS to play)

http://www.reviersport.de/103541---bvb-klopp-lobt-schmelzer.html

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special mention to Kroos

who assured that Leverkusen won the Mid-season TITLE ahead of Bayern, where Klinsi had no idea what to do with the GENIUS

what an irony it would be, if Bayer snatched the title from under Bayern's nose because they gave away their most famous mid-field talent

so that Ribery (and later Robben), could play

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Post by Ä on Wed Apr 14, 2010 3:18 pm

fantastic to see how well the young German talents are doing at Nuremberg

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/bundesliga/1004/Artikel/nuernberg-talente-ilkay-guendogan-choupo-moting-marcel-risse-mike-frantz-dennis-diekmeier-zukunft-fcn-club.html

Ale

also interesting

Choupo-Moting was NEVER really given a chance by Jol at HSV

at Nuremberg he is now is scoring for fun

the YOUTH revolution has really , finally started in the BUndesliga

GOD knows why Bayern still rely so much on old , foreign devils

Grr

they should kick Demichilis out and get Hummels back

play Kroos instead of Ribery

Niedermeyer, their old Eigengewächs currently doing well at Stuttgart, instead of van Buyten

Müller instead of Robben

and Gomez instead of Olic

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Post by Allez les rouges on Wed Apr 14, 2010 4:03 pm

They're doing shit with all these foreign players at the moment it's true, they should bring back Gomez, Klose, Rensing, Ottl and Lell and all will be well Ale
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Post by Ä on Wed Apr 28, 2010 3:49 pm

allez is creaming himself over the latest Bayern crop of the endless conveyor belt

(based on the games against Lyon)

Müller, Contento, Badstuber

but let's not forget that

HSV's AOGO is currently in talks with AC Milan

Jerome Boateng is off to Man City

and now

in a twist not even I had seen coming

INTER are chasing U-19 talent Stefan BELL from Mainz

( Inter will Mainzer Talent: Wie der "Kicker" berichtet ist Inter Mailand an einer Verpflichtung des Mainzer Juniorenspielers Stefan Bell interessiert. FSV-Manager Christian Heidel bestätigte gegenüber dem "Kicker", dass sich die beiden Vereine bereits einig sind. Jetzt muss der talentierte Innenverteidiger, der auch im Notizblock einiger Bundesligisten stand, entscheiden, ob er sich den Sprung nach Italien zutraut.

Der U-19-Nationalspieler, der im erweiterten Bundesliga-Kader der Mainzer steht, saß beim Gastspiel der Rheinhessen in München erstmalig auf der Bank.

Bell hat auch das Interesse einiger Bundesligisten geweckt, doch Heidel machte im "Kicker" klar, dass ein Wechsel zu einem Liga-Konkurrenten nicht infrage kommt. Aus der Serie A lägen sogar mehrere Anfragen vor. Wie der "Kicker" vermutet, war Bell den Spähern wohl bei einem U-19-Länderspiel im März in Italien aufgefallen. Inter soll bereit sein, eine Millionensumme auf den Tisch zu legen. Die sich noch erhöhen würde, sollte dem Youngster im Team von Jose Mourinho der ganz große Sprung gelingen.
)

Bargfrede at WErder could already succeed Frings in a YEAR

REUS at Gladbach just STOLE TWO points from Bayern in a barnstorming performance

and the most hotly anticipated NEW PLAYER at Bayern NEXT season

is KROOS

who had a SENSATIONAL season at Leverkusen and is now likely to celebrate his World Cup debut in a few weeks

I honestly cannot remember Germany ever having had such a purple patch of talents

and no doubt

we will dominate World Football for YEARS TO COME

Ale
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Post by Allez les rouges on Wed Apr 28, 2010 4:52 pm

Ale

It's these dreadful foreign coaches who are USELESS at promoting young talent Sad Evil or Very Mad
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Tue May 11, 2010 8:33 pm

Everton chase 19-year-old German-Togolese talent

theEnglanders are willing to pay 3.4 million Euro for the 1860 , German U-19 player

1860 always need money, and Lome born Mlapa has always been keen to play in the EPL

he already seems to have rejected offers from Seria A

http://www.fussballtransfers.com/1860-munchen-wechselt_article8207.html
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Post by Ä on Fri Jun 25, 2010 11:38 am

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Post by Ä on Wed Sep 22, 2010 8:26 pm

the whole talent thing is getting OUT of CONTROL

everybody now knows about Özil, Khedira, Müller, , Badstuber, Kroos, Neuer...

the next "generation" is already in the pipeline though and selling for record amounts in the Bundesliga

Schürrle , Holtby, Gündogan, Götze, Kimmel, Rudy ...

http://www.sueddeutsche.de/sport/bundesliga-deutsche-talente-generation-eins-nach-mueller-1.1002905

INSANE

there are now more TOP TALENTS in Germany than in Brazil and Argentina TOGETHER

Yikes

let's see what Löw does with all that raw material


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