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Isco Benny

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Isco Benny on Sat May 07, 2011 11:57 am

"chaining to the trees infront of Stuttgart station". Laughing

Otto is having an Indian summer to his euroboard career. Not gone unnoticed. Legend Ale

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Allez les rouges on Mon May 09, 2011 4:48 pm

I honestly can't read any more of this deranged drivel. Me a Green voter Yikes Doh Evil or Very Mad I think that's quite enough. Might as well call me a United fan or Islamic fundamentalist.

Calling a trio of known, not to say at times fanatical Ballack advocates "agenda-driven", because they have noticed he will be forty-seven by the time the next tournament comes around, is more surreal than it is laughable.
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by blutgraetsche on Mon May 09, 2011 5:38 pm

That's the thing with otto. I agree that he can be a genius with words and I do enjoy many of his posts, but seriously, he twists things to suit his views so much that you have to wonder what parallel universe he lives in, a very black & white universe I might add.

You think Ballack's time in the national team is up? You're anti-Ballack, ageist, L÷w-sycophant, whatever. No matter how often you praised him for his contributions to German football in the past, no matter how often you defended him against unfounded criticism and mockery.

Things are always so simple with otto.
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Isco Benny on Mon May 09, 2011 5:44 pm

When you consider he also has a fetish for Michael Schumacher, who he predicted would walk F1 on his return (note, he hasn't. Just like Ballack wouldn't if he returned), it's clear Otto has a crush on the old school.

I imagine his ideal man is a cross-breed of Rudi Voeller with DJ Scooter
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by ─ on Mon May 16, 2011 4:39 pm

I am sure I have mentioned Sonny Kittel somewhere in this thread above



still

good to hear that Daum rates him HUGELY as well

"Sonny Kittel ist ein Riesentalent. Der kann mal besser als Ízil werden."

could become even better than Ízil, Daum believes

cheers
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by ─ on Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:54 pm

the next name to watch out for seems to be "Leonardo Bittencourt"

a 17-year-old supertalent currently playing at Cottbus

Dortmund, Bayer and Bayern are all chasing him

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/bundesliga/1108/Artikel/dortmund-bayern-und-bayer-jagen-bittencourt-galatasaray-istanbul-mit-interesse-an-diego-news-geruechte.html

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by ─ on Wed Dec 07, 2011 4:37 pm

Bittencourt now signed with Dortmund and Wollscheid with Bayer

BOTH were also chased by Bayern Munich, but the lads decided otherwise Ale

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interesting development in Munich

Bayern have now stopped their SOUTH AMERICAN scouting operation

no more Sosas , Brenos...

instead, they will beef up their LOCAL Bavarian TALENT scouting/development

Ale

meanwhile,

cash-strapped Schalke are building a 15 million Euro youth center

with the specific aim to have more LOCAL Gelsenkirchener in their future teams

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+

the DFB youth academy HQ, the German Clairfontaine, is getting closer to being greenlit

probable location: either Frankfurt or Duisburg

+

Magath has now given a pro-contract to a German 17 year old

Ale

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by ─ on Fri Dec 09, 2011 1:53 pm

Red Bull Leipzig

who are currently a 4th or 5th division team

are pumping 30 million Euros into their new

YOUTH Academy

Yikes

the trend is continuing everywhere

within 10 years

80% of ALL Bundesliga players will be GERMAN

cheers

what a bunch of idiots HSV were though for hiring Arnesen, who promptly ignored local Hamburg/German talents and brought all those Chelsea rejects with him

Grr
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by ─ on Sun Jan 22, 2012 10:56 pm

fantastic start to the second part of the season

Matthias Ginter, 18 , scores for Freiburg within 18 minutes of coming on

Esswein , 21, scores for NŘrnberg vs Hertha

Reus, 22, scores vs Bayern : his 11th goal of the season

but even more impressively, Patrick Hermann, 20, scores TWICE in the same game

if Reus is worth 17 million Euros, does that mean Hermann is now worth 34 million ??

but the "Conveyor Belt Trophy of the Weekend" goes to Felix Magath

Sebastian Polter, 20, scores the winner for Wolfsburg, his 2 goal in only his 3 pro-game

Yikes

meanwhile, Magath discovery Draxler, 18, scores for Schalke

Matip, 20, also a Magath discovery scores as well

and

Papadopoulos, 19, does the same

and YES

he's also a Magath boy

cheers

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by blutgraetsche on Mon Jan 23, 2012 10:53 am

"Magath discovery"... hahaha

It's like going through all grains of sand in the Sahara and finding a few dusts of gold.
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by ─ on Tue Oct 08, 2013 10:55 pm

what a wise ORACLE

or rather

talent spotter

I was

cheersá
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Xavier on Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:25 am

Finally he is getting some playing time... I was worried that he had been suffocated or something in Berlin.

Struggle will certainly be between Lasogga & Kevin Volland for the best young striker in the next couple years....
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by ─ on Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:49 pm

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/jan/24/gedion-zelalem-arsenal-next-fabregas

cheers

ManU are now said to chase Kroos

Draxler is being linked with Arsenal

ter Stegen off to Barca

and

GŘndogan can now pick ANY big EUropean club as well

it's a pity the Bundesliga is turning into a selling-league

BUT

there are so many kids climbing up the ranks

that frankly

it does not matter

Ale

still

these kids needs to pick their clubs CAREFULLY

Holtby and Merkel are examples of how it can go horribly wrong



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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by ─ on Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:59 pm

Isco Benny wrote:When you consider he also has a fetish for Michael Schumacher, who he predicted would walk F1 on his return (note, he hasn't. Just like Ballack wouldn't if he returned), it's clear Otto has a crush on the old school.

I imagine his ideal man is a cross-breed of Rudi Voeller with DJ Scooter

Schumi's personal doctor has now revealed that the LEGEND suffered irreversable brain damage

AFTER his motorcyle accident

obviously the lad could still drive

but there is a limit to what German legends can do as well

and yes

if I was in charge of the MANNSCHAFT

NOW

I would STILL pick BALLACK

Ale

it's HIS STEEL we need more than anything

skill is NOTHING against KAMPFGEIST and a SIEGERMENTALIT─T

something which both Schweini AND Thomas MŘller have acklowedged recently in various interviews as well

the World Cup will be won by Brazil, Argentian, Italy or Spain

NOBODY ELSE

Germany now have the most talented squad in the world

YET

ZERO chance of winning ANYTHING

áShockedá

something which the VAST majority of German FANS agree with

according to all sorts of polls

áNeutralá

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