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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:22 am

remember how I told you about GÜNDOGAN ?!

aka

the NEXT Özil



well, word on the streets of Munich is

the lad is under observation by ManU now

Laut "Sky Sports 24" sollen Scouts von Manchester United Nürnbergs Youngster Ilkay Gündogan ins Visier genommen haben. Der Mittelfeldspieler des "Clubs" ist momentan hoch im Kurs und wird in letzter Zeit oftmals mit Mesut Özil verglichen. Nachdem der Deutsch-Türke bereits von Bayer Leverkusen und der TSG 1899 Hoffenheim im Sommer Angebote erhielt, erteilte der Verein dem 20-Jährigen keine Freigabe. Angeblich will der 1.FC Nürnberg aktuell neun Millionen Ablöse für Gündogan haben.



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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:28 am

Moritz Leitner, 17

now on his way to Dortmund, it seems

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Isco Benny on Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:40 am

Otto, are you advertising for work at the German version of the daily star?

Or are you just hyping up every player coming through the German system so that when one makes the grade in 5 years' time, you can claim you told us all so? Laughing

DOMINATION. HUMILIATION
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:44 am

Aachen kick out Mainz in the DFB Cup

with a potential GOAL of the SEASON scored by 21 year old Marco Höger

SOMEBODY

STOP

THIS

MADNESS

Laugh

PS

does anybody have the video link ?!
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:52 am

Fey wrote:
Fey wrote:
entarteter Otto wrote:
Fey wrote:

Feyenoord alone is comming with a GOLDEN generation!!! Drenthe was just a top of the iceberg!!!


lol! lol!

your GOLDEN generation consists of Makaay and von Bockwurst

when it comes to talented youngsters you now have Sahin

that's it

don't worry

after one year back in the Eredivisie you will be able to sell Makaay to Real for 40 million at least

Sahin is one of them...but he aint Dutch so we wont even count him!! He just wanted to be part of a group where they can understand TALENT!! In Germany he wasnt appreciated. Here with us he gets that feeling you get that family feeling!!!

"Klein maar fijn" is what we Hollanders say

Some of our talents, remember Drenthe was never the gifted one among these Biggrin

De Guzman
Vincken
Vlaar
Wijnaldum
Schet
Bruins
Slory
Buis
van Leeuwen
Biseswar
Poldervaart
Mulder
Kobussen
Fer

Cummins
Pattinama
Hagary

etc...as you can see ENDLESS, two days ago our boys had a test with Leverkussen....5-0 because we showed mercy!!

<Ale>


cheers

18 Months further and they all made at least 1 appearance in Feyenoord1 this year..now with all the troubles at the club it made it more easier..but still!! But that is mainly cause of the OLD contes who were AWESOME in Germany..Hofland, Makaay etc.

And the best thing is..they will only get better Smile

Doubt any German team could say they started so many youngsters!

The Fey-Jugend is coming to get the Mullers, Zwaffelstiegers, Heinkels, Höere of this world!

Enjoy the moment Otto, soon it will all be over! I reckon within 2 years, the Fey-Jugend aint trained to run hard...they are designed to MDK!

Future Holland-Germapolska matches are going to be a bigger humiliation for you lot then the treaty of Versailles.

Wahre G.

Think about it <Ale>

lol! Laugh

Fey = the DUTCH ORACLE

Laugh lol! Biggrin Hug Whistle Very Happy
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:10 pm

Noah and the Bale wrote:Otto, are you advertising for work at the German version of the daily star?

Or are you just hyping up every player coming through the German system so that when one makes the grade in 5 years' time, you can claim you told us all so? Laughing

DOMINATION. HUMILIATION

bernd

just trawl through this thread and then bump ALL the posts where an "I told you so" would be in order

will take you half a day, me thinks

cheers

read my little HYPES NOW and tell your German work colleagues about the kids IMMEDIATELY afterwards

in a year or so, they will WORSHIP at YOUR SHRINE

and see in you the HUNGARIAN ORACLE that, with a bit of effort, you really COULD BE

Very Happy
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Fey on Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:18 pm

Ä wrote:
Fey wrote:
Fey wrote:
entarteter Otto wrote:
Fey wrote:

Feyenoord alone is comming with a GOLDEN generation!!! Drenthe was just a top of the iceberg!!!


lol! lol!

your GOLDEN generation consists of Makaay and von Bockwurst

when it comes to talented youngsters you now have Sahin

that's it

don't worry

after one year back in the Eredivisie you will be able to sell Makaay to Real for 40 million at least

Sahin is one of them...but he aint Dutch so we wont even count him!! He just wanted to be part of a group where they can understand TALENT!! In Germany he wasnt appreciated. Here with us he gets that feeling you get that family feeling!!!

"Klein maar fijn" is what we Hollanders say

Some of our talents, remember Drenthe was never the gifted one among these

De Guzman
Vincken
Vlaar
Wijnaldum
Schet
Bruins
Slory
Buis
van Leeuwen
Biseswar
Poldervaart
Mulder
Kobussen
Fer

Cummins
Pattinama
Hagary

etc...as you can see ENDLESS, two days ago our boys had a test with Leverkussen....5-0 because we showed mercy!!



cheers

18 Months further and they all made at least 1 appearance in Feyenoord1 this year..now with all the troubles at the club it made it more easier..but still!! But that is mainly cause of the OLD contes who were AWESOME in Germany..Hofland, Makaay etc.

And the best thing is..they will only get better Smile

Doubt any German team could say they started so many youngsters!

The Fey-Jugend is coming to get the Mullers, Zwaffelstiegers, Heinkels, Höere of this world!

Enjoy the moment Otto, soon it will all be over! I reckon within 2 years, the Fey-Jugend aint trained to run hard...they are designed to MDK!

Future Holland-Germapolska matches are going to be a bigger humiliation for you lot then the treaty of Versailles.

Wahre G.

Think about it

lol!

Fey = the DUTCH ORACLE

lol! Very Happy

Well at least I was right about Sahin and it's still early days!

But Otto, my German Oracle counterpart,

If I was about to bump

All your FAILED predictions!

Then I would be here until the conveyor belt turned to rust and dust!

Think about that!

cheers
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Isco Benny on Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:20 pm

Ä wrote:
Noah and the Bale wrote:Otto, are you advertising for work at the German version of the daily star?

Or are you just hyping up every player coming through the German system so that when one makes the grade in 5 years' time, you can claim you told us all so? Laughing

DOMINATION. HUMILIATION

bernd

just trawl through this thread and then bump ALL the posts where an "I told you so" would be in order

will take you half a day, me thinks

cheers

read my little HYPES NOW and tell your German work colleagues about the kids IMMEDIATELY afterwards

in a year or so, they will WORSHIP at YOUR SHRINE

and see in you the HUNGARIAN ORACLE that, with a bit of effort, you really COULD BE

Very Happy

Ok will do santa

Can't wait to see the Endless Conveyorbelt (tm) DOMINATING all at this summer's U21 European Championships Ale
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:37 pm

Noah and the Bale wrote:
Ä wrote:
Noah and the Bale wrote:Otto, are you advertising for work at the German version of the daily star?

Or are you just hyping up every player coming through the German system so that when one makes the grade in 5 years' time, you can claim you told us all so? Laughing

DOMINATION. HUMILIATION

bernd

just trawl through this thread and then bump ALL the posts where an "I told you so" would be in order

will take you half a day, me thinks

cheers

read my little HYPES NOW and tell your German work colleagues about the kids IMMEDIATELY afterwards

in a year or so, they will WORSHIP at YOUR SHRINE

and see in you the HUNGARIAN ORACLE that, with a bit of effort, you really COULD BE

Very Happy

Ok will do santa

Can't wait to see the Endless Conveyorbelt (tm) DOMINATING all at this summer's U21 European Championships
Ale

they won't

the U-21 is now under control of LÖW

after a titanic battle for power between Sammer and Löw

Sammer LOST

and Löw's UTTERLY incompetent appointment, Adrion

remains in charge

Sammer's theory was that ALL U-teams should try to win TITLES at all costs

with this philosophy, we won the U-21, U-19 and U-17 titles

then Hrubesch, a Sammer man, lost his job and Löw appointed Adrion

the new philosophy is that the U-21 is merely a FEEDER team for the seniors

Shocked Neutral

Adrion FAILED to qualify for the European or was it World Youth Cup

losing against some minor team like Iceland by a monster margin with a team stuffed with Bundesliga players like Hummels

SAMMER insisted Adrion HAD to go

Löw overruled him

and Sammer is now thinking of resigning

Neutral

in other words

the U-21 is now as badly run as Germany was/is under Klinsi/Löw and has ZERO chance of winning ANYTHING

Yikes

has NOTHING to do with the players though

Smiley
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Nov 04, 2010 2:15 pm

watch out for this guy

http://www.transfermarkt.de/de/koray-altinay/steckbrief/spieler_148550.html

you CERTAINLY heard it here first

Whistle lol!

I want HUGE brownie-points for this

HUGE

Laugh
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Nov 04, 2010 6:54 pm

Ä wrote:
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.
)



Ale

well

Bell is now playing for 1860 München on a LOAN

and IMPRESSING EVERYBODY

http://www.abendzeitung.de/sport/tsv_1860/224777



Ale
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Isco Benny on Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:48 pm

Food for thought Otto - just because kicker or bilde say TEAM X are chasing player Y, doesn't ACTUALLY mean they are.

Think about it old pear Laughing
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Sun Nov 07, 2010 4:16 pm

bernd

because you are such a sweet chap

I have a SPECIAL treat for you today

7-year-old TALENT of the CENTURY

German + Bayern SUPERSTAR of the FUTURE

Noah Shawn

http://www.tz-online.de/sport/fc-bayern/noah-shawn-fussball-fc-bayern-444130.html

(video is down under)

cheers
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Mon Nov 08, 2010 3:14 pm

Gündogan had another fantastic weekend

how many times has he been in the Bundesliga team of the weekend so far ?!

very impressive

he really COULD make us forget Özil Ale

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and what about the sensational goals by Sidney Sam ?! Yikes

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Fri Nov 12, 2010 10:05 am

watch out for Nils Pertersen

I have GREAT hopes for him

http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/2bundesliga/vereine/2-bundesliga/2010-11/energie-cottbus-78/43169/spieler_nils-petersen.html

as always

you heard it here first

Smile
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:38 pm

18-year-old SUPER-STRIKER

Lasogga

takes the Olympic Stadium BY STORM

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/zweiteliga/saison2010-2011/spieltag-12/spielberichte/hertha-bochum/hertha-bochum-spielbericht.html



+

VfB want Schieber back

the REVELATION is now needed back in Stuttgart Ale
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Wed Nov 17, 2010 10:55 pm

it does not seem to end

U-19 Germany star, Alexander Merkel, already plays for AC Milan, apparently



GREAT LOOKS, he has

the future is surely HIS

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Post by Axeslammer on Fri Nov 19, 2010 8:57 am

Kroos : not good enough Ale

http://www.vi.nl/Nieuws-item/190153/Rentree-Ribery-gevaar-voor-ontwikkeling-Kroos.htm
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Post by Allez les rouges on Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:39 am

have another guess Ale

That notion of Piotr Trochowski as the finest German creative talent of his generation went well, didn't it Laugh
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Post by Axeslammer on Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:11 pm

Allez les rouges wrote:have another guess

That notion of Piotr Trochowski as the finest German creative talent of his generation went well, didn't it

So now I'm to blame for a GermanPole turning out to be crap ? scratch

I know I was stupid to think a German would actually be able to play good footy, but of all people I expected you to be the last to slam me over this.
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Post by Allez les rouges on Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:15 pm

It shows, as you would put it, that Dutchies are not to be trusted, or listened to, with their campaign of hate, lies and cheating Wink Hug
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Post by Ä on Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:42 pm

http://sportbild.bild.de/SPORT/fussball/international/2010/12/15/talent-alex-merkel-spielt-nach-seinem-profi-debuet-fuer-milan/nur-fuer-5000-euro.html

Ale


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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Fri Jan 07, 2011 11:50 am



18-year-old MERKEL

a German U-19 international

now had his SERIA A DEBUT with MILAN

Ale cheers

and

apparently,

a GOOD one

the Dolph Lundren look-alike could now replace a few BIG AC names

apparently, the VfB Stuttgart ACADEMY product was eventually rejected by the club and moved on to Milan

because his school grades were not good enough

lol! Yikes

interestingly, the lad DREAMS of playing for the MANNSCHAFT eventually

BUT

is also eligible to play for Russia

by the looks of the picture above, he could be a Ballack/Borowski clone in terms of body posture

fuck

he's already my favourite German TALENT by a DISTANCE


FUCK off ÖZIL

MERKEL will LEAD Germany to World Cup GLORY , me thinks

cheers

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Stiftung Haeschentest on Fri Jan 07, 2011 11:59 am

Der Mittelfeldspieler des FC Mailand Alexander Merkel hofft auf eine Einladung aus der russischen Nationalmannschaft. „Es ist hervorragend, dass die Fußball-WM 2018 in Russland stattfindet“, sagte er in einem Gespräch mit RIA Novosti. „Wenn ich ein Angebot bekomme, für die russische Nationalelf zu spielen, werde ich ohne Zögern gleich ja sagen.“

[...]

Seine Vorfahren waren seinerzeit aus Deutschland nach Russland umgezogen, seine Urgroßeltern kamen bereits in Russland zur Welt. „Wir sind Russen“, sagt Alexanders Vater Wassili Merkel. „In die Steppen Kasachstans war unsere Familie ausschließlich infolge des Zweiten Weltkrieges gekommen.“ (Auf Anweisung Josef Stalins kam es nach dem Kriegsausbruch zu einer Zwangsumsiedlung der deutschstämmigen Bürger der Sowjetunion nach Kasachstan. Anm. RIA Novosti). „Alexander wurde nur aus dem Grund Staatsbürger Kasachstans, weil die UdSSR zwei Monate vor seiner Geburt zerfiel. Wir sind aber Russen, wir sprechen Russisch, pflegen russische Traditionen und verfolgen die russische Landesmeisterschaft. Deshalb will er auch für die russische Nationalelf spielen.“

http://de.rian.ru/sport/20101213/257875835.html

Still your favourite German talent, Otto? Laughing
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Fri Jan 07, 2011 1:06 pm

FUCK

Yikes

so the German SUPERTALENT is really just a Russian TALENT ?! scratch

I have different sources

according to Sportbild:

Zunächst will der auch schon von Bayern München, dem Hamburger SV und 1899 Hoffenheim umworbene Merkel „bei Milan weitere Einsätze sammeln” und sich weiter in der deutschen U 19 empfehlen. Seine großen Ziel lauten: „lange bei dem Weltverein Milan” spielen und irgendwann auch mal für Deutschland. „Wie jeder kleine Junge habe ich schon immer davon geträumt, eines Tages für die Nationalmannschaft zu spielen”, verriet Merkel

seems like the lad is keeping his OPTIONS open

Grr

if he keeps playing for Milan he will catch Löw's and Bierhoff's attention SOONER rather than later anyway

and if he can CHOOSE between CONTENDING for titles with the MANNSCHAFT or HOPING to QUALIFY for Cups with Russia, it will be an easy choice me thinks

cheers

my only worry is that COMPETITION for his position is VERY VERY VERY BIG in the Mannschaft

Müller, Kroos, Özil, Holtby, Gündogan...

he could be better off playing for Russia, because some of the above will become benchwarmers

good news on the Gündogan front

unlike Ekici, he will NOT play for Turkey and WILL seek his fortune with GERMANY

cheers

I rate Gündogan CONSIDERABLY higher than Özil

then again, WHERE will HE play ?

Holtby is right

our German B-team would be amongst the TOP 20 nations in the world ALREADY NOW

Yikes cheers
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Fey on Fri Jan 07, 2011 1:51 pm

Stiftung Haeschentest wrote:
Der Mittelfeldspieler des FC Mailand Alexander Merkel hofft auf eine Einladung aus der russischen Nationalmannschaft. „Es ist hervorragend, dass die Fußball-WM 2018 in Russland stattfindet“, sagte er in einem Gespräch mit RIA Novosti. „Wenn ich ein Angebot bekomme, für die russische Nationalelf zu spielen, werde ich ohne Zögern gleich ja sagen.“

[...]

Seine Vorfahren waren seinerzeit aus Deutschland nach Russland umgezogen, seine Urgroßeltern kamen bereits in Russland zur Welt. „Wir sind Russen“, sagt Alexanders Vater Wassili Merkel. „In die Steppen Kasachstans war unsere Familie ausschließlich infolge des Zweiten Weltkrieges gekommen.“ (Auf Anweisung Josef Stalins kam es nach dem Kriegsausbruch zu einer Zwangsumsiedlung der deutschstämmigen Bürger der Sowjetunion nach Kasachstan. Anm. RIA Novosti). „Alexander wurde nur aus dem Grund Staatsbürger Kasachstans, weil die UdSSR zwei Monate vor seiner Geburt zerfiel. Wir sind aber Russen, wir sprechen Russisch, pflegen russische Traditionen und verfolgen die russische Landesmeisterschaft. Deshalb will er auch für die russische Nationalelf spielen.“

http://de.rian.ru/sport/20101213/257875835.html

Still your favourite German talent, Otto? Laughing

lol!

Is he a far relative of Angie?

If so, is she actually Russian? Yikes
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Post by bluenine on Fri Jan 07, 2011 2:02 pm

Ä wrote:by the looks of the picture above, he could be a Ballack/Borowski clone in terms of body posture
Loving the analysis... lol!
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Post by Ä on Tue Jan 11, 2011 1:41 pm

two 17-years old Schalke TALENTS are on the verge of getting pro-contracts

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/bundesliga/1101/Artikel/felix-magath-julian-draxler-nils-zander-fc-schalke-04.html

cheers

attacking midfielder DRAXLER , in particular, is getting rave reviews

even by Magath

arch-rivals DORTMUND are already trying to snatch him from under Schalke's nose

it also turns out that KRAFT, van Gaal's latest DISCOVERY

was already DISCOVERD by Magath when he was at Bayern

Laugh
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Wed Jan 12, 2011 12:14 pm

Leverkusen just signed a German U-20 international

wanting to ease him in slowly

chap is called Bellarabi

was, apparently, chased by half the Bundesliga

and comes on a FREE

also check out the other TALENTS by clicking through the pictures

http://sportbild.bild.de/SPORT/bundesliga/vereine/bayer-leverkusen/2011/01/12/bayer-leverkusen-holt-super-talent/karim-bellarabi-aus-braunschweig.html

Ale

Schürrle will already join them in the summer

Ale

and they seem to be interested in Gündogan as well (alongside Hoffenheim)

Bayer are probably the best run club in the Bundesliga these days

God knows why the others don't try to copy them

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:22 pm

Bayer are now also trying to buy a 17-year-old Hertha BSC talent

Yikes

they also gave a PRO-contract to 17-year-old Danny da Costa

where and when will all those German talents play though ? scratch

here are more updates on TALENTS making their respective teams/squads

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/bundesliga/1101/Artikel/inside-bundesliga-talente-bieten-sich-an-1-fc-nuernberg-philipp-wollscheid-eintracht-frankfurt-kevin-kraus.html

seems like Ben-Hatira could replace Trochowski as well



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