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SuperMario

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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by SuperMario on Wed Jan 21, 2009 9:59 pm

Klöwsi RAUS ! wrote:blue

Savio HAD an offer by Inter and is currently also being chased by Napoli and Genua

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/dfb-team/0901/Artikel/savio-nsereko-portrait-brescia-calcio-bayern-muenchen-neapel-u-19-europameister-talent.html

guzman

i don't get your question

why would Poldi not play at Cologne ?

they will even construct an entire club marketing strategy around him, probably appoint him as their captain immediately and strengthen the team just to do justice to Poldi's ambitions

the Kölner mayor, the Land PM, etc are all aching for a Poldi return

the lad is still one of the hottest strikers in the world

why would he not play ? Doh
your world must be pretty small

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being a talent is impossibly difficult in Germany

no matter how good you are, chances are you won't get playing time

things are changing slightly though
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Wed Jan 21, 2009 10:07 pm

Bayern treated Poldi like SHITE

Klinsi is conducting a systematic mobbing campaign against Poldi on the Bayern website despite the fact that Poldi does not say anything

when Poldi was voted Best Young Player of the 2006 World Cup, he went back to Bayern where they told him the two old strikers were SEEDED and they saw him in the starting line-up within two years

I still don't understand how Poldi could run around smiling ever since then

a van Bommel would have thrown a hissy-fit and rightly so

you will see that Poldi will play sensational football in Cologne where they appreciate him
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by SuperMario on Wed Jan 21, 2009 10:12 pm

Klöwsi RAUS ! wrote:Bayern treated Poldi like SHITE

Klinsi is conducting a systematic mobbing campaign against Poldi on the Bayern website despite the fact that Poldi does not say anything

when Poldi was voted Best Young Player of the 2006 World Cup, he went back to Bayern where they told him the two old strikers were SEEDED and they saw him in the starting line-up within two years

I still don't understand how Poldi could run around smiling ever since then

a van Bommel would have thrown a hissy-fit and rightly so

you will see that Poldi will play sensational football in Cologne where they appreciate him
you mean any other German?
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Pierre Littbarski on Wed Jan 21, 2009 11:05 pm

Klöwsi RAUS ! wrote:Bayern treated Poldi like SHITE

Klinsi is conducting a systematic mobbing campaign against Poldi on the Bayern website despite the fact that Poldi does not say anything

when Poldi was voted Best Young Player of the 2006 World Cup, he went back to Bayern where they told him the two old strikers were SEEDED and they saw him in the starting line-up within two years

I still don't understand how Poldi could run around smiling ever since then

a van Bommel would have thrown a hissy-fit and rightly so

you will see that Poldi will play sensational football in Cologne where they appreciate him

He's just grateful to be playing pro football - for anyone.

He is not even on the radar outside of Germany.

He's like Lahm, Klose - good at Intl tournies but would be ineffective in CL.


I don't think even UEFA Cup teams like Everton or Villa would have him for free.
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Sun Feb 08, 2009 4:18 pm

Pierre Littbarski wrote:
Klöwsi RAUS ! wrote:Bayern treated Poldi like SHITE

Klinsi is conducting a systematic mobbing campaign against Poldi on the Bayern website despite the fact that Poldi does not say anything

when Poldi was voted Best Young Player of the 2006 World Cup, he went back to Bayern where they told him the two old strikers were SEEDED and they saw him in the starting line-up within two years

I still don't understand how Poldi could run around smiling ever since then

a van Bommel would have thrown a hissy-fit and rightly so

you will see that Poldi will play sensational football in Cologne where they appreciate him

He's just grateful to be playing pro football - for anyone.

He is not even on the radar outside of Germany.

He's like Lahm, Klose - good at Intl tournies but would be ineffective in CL.


I don't think even UEFA Cup teams like Everton or Villa would have him for free.

lol!

well, Poldi had offers from Roma, ManCity and Co who were willing to pay up to 25 million

as for Nsereko, who is now playing at West Ham, according to the Brescia club boss, he had job offers from Inter, Juve, Pool and even Bayern established contact

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THE big story for me now is that KRUSKA, our U-21 captain, got a job offer from REAL MADRID, but preferred to go to BRUGES

Biggrin

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/international/0901/Artikel/marc-kruska-interview-real-madrid-bvb-bruegge.html

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Chelsea just signed a 17-year-old German supertalent from Bayer

the lad was born in the Vaterland, but is currently playing for the Turkish U-teams Neutral

http://www.sportbild.de/sportbild/generated/article/tnt_fussball/2009/01/30/11522300000.html

unlike Özil, who was running rings around Quaresma when Bremen played Inter <Ale>

Özil will now lead our U-21 to glory this summer

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meanwhile, Höwedes , the centre-back scored the winner against Bremen yesterday

and Hummels is officially a Dortmund player now, after Bayern sold him for less than 5 million

both are U-21 superstars <Ale>

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Dirk just scored 44 against the Chicago bulls Biggrin

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Eddie Izzard wants to do stand-up at the Quatsch Comedy club in Berlin Laugh

he séems to be surprised about the endless conveyor belt of young German comedy talents and sites Mario Barth who managed to break a world record for a comedy performance by entertaining 70.000 Teutons in the Berlin Olympic stadium Biggrin

http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/stage/comedy/article5670333.ece

yup , Eddie

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

Post by Allez les rouges on Fri Feb 13, 2009 12:45 pm

Aaaaahhh, this was a good thread.

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Fußball ohne Deutschland ist nicht möglich. Deutschland ist Fußball. Ale

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True, allthough I preferred the:

Holland= Waffen SS+ Wehrmacht
Germany= The Soviet army

Happy days Biggrin Sad
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Pierre Littbarski on Sat Feb 14, 2009 9:46 pm

The conveyor belt went so fast that in the end it broke.

This was some years ago now though.
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Thu Feb 26, 2009 10:35 am

ok chaps

our German conveyor belt has just delivered two further SUPER TALENTS that will set the football world alight

1) Daniel Brosinski, 20 yo

http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/bundesliga/vereine/spielersteckbrief/object/39677/saison/2008-09

the "amateur" was given his first outing for Cologne against Bayern in the mighty Allianz Arena

due to "good training performances"

so how did he introduce himself to football Germany, I hear you shout ?

well, he SCORED a GOAL with his first SHOT on target Laugh

Klinsi thinks he cannot trust young German players, but Daum does and wipes the grin off the Californian's face

2) Lewis Holtby, 18

THIS player is of more interest to our English friends

born in Germany to a Geman mother and an ENGLISH father, the lad slept in Gladbach bed sheets, but dreams of one day playing for Everton Smile

after his first two games as a sub, Holtby was allowed to start for Aachen vs Nürnberg, and immediately scored TWO goals with his left foot and got an assist

ie

MAN OF THE DAY

cheers

as always, the best run club in the BUndesliga, Leverkusen, has already established contact

http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/2bundesliga/spieltag/manndestages/liga/2/saison/2008-09/spieltag/20/naviindex/7

the kid now plays for Herrlich's U-19 and has already scored there as well

3) Toni Kroos

an old name, I know

the "talent of the century" was given short shrift by Klinsi

now on a loan to Leverkusen, he played his first 90 minutes in a friendly vs Warsaw

by common accounts, he was the MAN OF THE MATCH in the first 45 minutes and even got AN ASSIST

before tailing off somewhat in the second half due to lack of match fitness

goes to show that he WAS READY to play for Bayern NOW

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incidentally, so far , Kroos biggest fan was Scholl who called him a FAR GREATER TALENT THAN MYSELF

a new fan now emerges

KAHN: who says that when he first saw Kroos in training he was "just astonished by his skill and ability"

Kahn says he CANNOT explain why Klinsi got rid of him and never played him
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Mon Mar 02, 2009 1:52 pm

nobody wants to mention that Gebhart, the 19 year old SUPER TALENT, managed to score within the first 20 minutes of his FIRST game for a 1.Bundelisga side ?

against UEFA Champs Petersburg

Yikes

at 1860, in the second league , he was still mostly played as a sub

yet, once given a chance, he seems to be more than able to terrify the biggest clubs in the world at his tender age and without ANY experience

only in Germany

cheers

meanwhile, Khedira, Stuttgart's DMC scored another beauty

and Schlaudraff, the Bayern reject, put in a MONSTER GAME

Ale
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Post by anglophileHedgehog on Mon Mar 02, 2009 5:40 pm

72-76-80-96-08 wrote:
and Schlaudraff, the Bayern reject, put in a MONSTER GAME

Ale
As did Hinkels Andi:

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/dfb-team/Formcheck/formcheck-16/wm-2010-spox-formcheck-abwehr.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3COdljwe_I

cheers

Keiner läuft so schön wie Aaaaaaaaaaaandi Hinkel! Very Happy
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Sat Mar 07, 2009 11:47 am

Ben-Hatira:

the U-21 international was not rated by Jol and now plays for Duisburg's Neururer

and promptly scores a beauty

http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/2bundesliga/startseite/artikel/505040

Laugh

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THE STORY of the WEEK is about

Niklas Hörber

though

the 17-year old striker still goes to Grammar School and only trains with Nürnberg sporadically

considering that Nürnberg's three professional strikers were rather off-target recently, the manager tried out the U-19 international in a game against a side from the Bayernliga

Nürnberg won 4:0

Niklas Hörber scored ALL FOUR GOALS

lol!

only in Germany Smile

we now have so many talents pushing through in the Vaterland, that the DfB is dicussing the reestablishment of the fence/wall between EAst - and West Germany in an attempt to create TWO 1.Bundesligen

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and don't ask chrissi what he thinks of Özil at Werder these days

he'll write a 10 page lover letter on the spot

wahre G

think about it Ale
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Ä on Fri Mar 13, 2009 1:33 pm

ok

now the LATEST Teutonic SUPERTALENT to emerge on the global scene is

Thomas Müller

19 years of age

a Bayern Munich AMATEUR

since Honess and Co refused to keep Klinsi's loverboy Donovan, and since Mussolini is out injured, Klinsi was left with Klose and Poldi only and had to promote the 19 yo amateur to the bench against Sporting

when the lad came on in the 72 nd minute he showed the rest of the CL world that the conveyor belt of German talents was indeed

ENDLESS

what did Müller do, I hear you ask

well

he immediately got an ASSIST

and then

a GOAL himself

cheers

Gerland, the Bayern youth coach calls him a JEWEL

GERD Müller, the best goal-scorer of ALL TIME thinks his namesake is the REAL-DEAL

http://www.sport1.de/de/fussball/fussball_bundesliga/artikel_79869.html

Ale

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meanwhile, "Marca" reports that Real are chasing the

19 yo BENDER TWINS

the agent of the twins indicates they won't leave Germany

BUT

admits that LIVERPOOL made the two an offer when they were only 16 years old

and MAN U came knocking on the door when they were 17

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/zweiteliga/0903/News/Real-Madrid-zeigt-Interesse-an-Bender-Zwillingen.html



Yikes

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we now have MANY of the hottest young TALENTS

WORLD-FUCKING-WIDE

cheers

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out of 44 players that STARTED for the FOUR English CL sides a few days ago, only NINE were ENglish

yet the Bayern First Eleven against Sporting featured

Butt, Lahm, Lell, Schweini, Ottl, Klose and Poldi

and Müller came on later

ie

EIGHT Germans in one TEAM

WITHOUT Mussolini and Napoleon Bayern achieved their best result of the season

ONE CLUB with nearly as many Germans as FOUR ENGLISH clubs with Englanders

Laugh

what does that tell us about the strength of GERMAN football vis-a-vis ENGLISH football ?

lol!

think about it

Laugh Ale

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PS

Lars Bender will almost certainly leave 1860 at the end of the season

the club desperately needs the money

Leverkusen are interested, but Bremen are reported to have the edge

the other Bender will probably stay put

Thomas Müller will join the Bayern Pros at the beginning of the new season and become their FOURTH striker after Klose, Mussolini and Olic

sitting on the bench like Breno now

Grr
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Fey on Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:43 pm

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>
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by SuperMario on Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:59 pm

Maybe if you'ld slow down the conveyor belt a little, the hard-working German-Turkish employees have enough time to properly assemble the talents.
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Post by Axeslammer on Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:05 pm

De Guzman wrote:Maybe if you'ld slow down the conveyor belt a little, the hard-working German-Turkish employees have enough time to properly assemble the talents.

lol!

(I think they still haven't found the "activate"-button of the damned thing Wink)
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Thu Mar 26, 2009 4:38 pm

spox has a "Talent Themenwoche"

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/dfb-team/0903/Artikel/interview-alexander-merkel-ac-mailand-pato-beckham-nummer-zehn.html

the above is an interview with a German kid who now plays in the Milan Academy

but there are many other links to VERY good stuff

Interview with Adrion, Holtby...

click yourselves through

it REALLY is frightening how fast this unlimited conveyor belt of German talents goes

Yikes
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by L r-d on Thu Mar 26, 2009 5:39 pm

Bubbly


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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Wed Apr 01, 2009 11:32 am

@glenn

yes

Billiard is a kind of pool

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latest German SUPERTALENT snapped up by ManCity

Loris Karius is about to join the ManCity youth academy as a goalie

according to his father, the lad was chased by 70% of all EPL sides, but chose City, the BEST youth side in England

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/dfb-team/0903/Artikel/loris-karius-vfb-stuttgart-manchester-city-u-16-nationalmannschaft-interview-harald-karius.html

other talents to have joined foreign clubs

Adam Szalai (Real Madrid)
Ron-Robert Zieler (Manchester United),
Alexander Merkel (AC Milan)
Jörg Bussmann (Blackburn Rovers)

is there no end to this conveyor belt MADNESS ?? Yikes

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meanwhile, Nsereko gave an interview about his life at West Ham

the German sensation is somewhat surprised by the lax training regime

saying, "90 minutes a day, that's it, I have to get used to it and find things to do with my spare time"

he is also surprised by his WEst Ham teammates

" they all seem to have 4 or 5 cars each. every day they arrive with a different one at the training grounds"

Biggrin
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by Stiftung Haeschentest on Wed Apr 01, 2009 3:03 pm

First Zieler, now Karius Question

Why a goalie talent would want to leave Germany for England (not exactly the breeding-ground of world class ball stoppers) is still a mystery to me. scratch

Guess, he will be back in 5 years' time...
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Thu Apr 23, 2009 11:25 pm

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Post by Axeslammer on Fri Apr 24, 2009 12:46 am

72-76-80-96-08 wrote:
"Reality : GRAVEYARD of GERMAN talents"

Yikes

ok
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Tue May 05, 2009 3:38 pm

Holtby, the GERMAN TALENT with the ENGLISH father, is now THE talk of the Bundesliga

basically

EVERYBODY wants to sign the LAD

Hoffenheim were in pole-position, but Schalke now have the edge

Leverkusen are said to be VERY KEEN to sign him as well

@chrissi

Werder need a NEW striker

TELL Allofs to get his ARSE moving Ale

http://www.sportbild.de/sportbild/generated/article/fussball/2009/05/05/12531300000.html
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Post by Axeslammer on Tue May 05, 2009 4:50 pm

Still not found the on-switch Ale
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Wed May 20, 2009 2:51 pm

this is getting PREPOSTEROUS

1) having only recently won the U-19 European Cup with a team consisting of 1860 and Bayer players

we

2) NOW win the U-17 European Cup beating Holland, humiliating England, defeating ITALY....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxgQb1wXDXk&feature=related

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/dfb-team/0905/Artikel/u-17-em-deutschland-europameister-wer-schafft-den-sprung-kroos-goetze-yabo-mustafi-thy.html

as if THAT was not enough, we then

3) beat ITALY 1:0 at U-20 level, having previously beaten them 5:0

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/dfb-team/0905/News/u20-junioren-holen-sieg-in-italien.html

and go on to

4) make FRANCE CRY at U-16 level ( 2:1 )

http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/dfb-team/0905/News/u-16-auswahl-siegt-gegen-frankreich.html

which begs the QUESTION

IS THERE NO END TO THIS MADNESS ? Laugh

if THIS continues, will UEFA and FIFA have to ask Germany NOT to compete for a FEW YEARS so that comparitive football developing countries like France, Italy, England and Holland can catch up ?

Germany is now so CLEARLY the BEST country in the WORLD at producing football TALENTS that the question on the roads of Munich is whether within 4 years Bundesliga clubs will still employ ANY foreigners AT ALL

the best news is

our friends Pierre, Axel, Bernd and Co did NOT see this COMING

lol!
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Post by Axeslammer on Wed May 20, 2009 3:08 pm

Just one word :

Cacau




lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol! lol!
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Wed May 20, 2009 3:27 pm

Cacau getting the call-up is a SCANDAL

I am MORE English than he is German and I would REFUSE to become a LION

quite simply

because

I AM a German EAGLE



Löw is the greatest JOKE to befall German football, together with his godfather KLINSI and their cousin Bierhoff

ONE DOWN

TWO to GO

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Post by Axeslammer on Wed May 20, 2009 3:49 pm

You have so little talent that you have to naturalize yet *another* foreigner !!

and not even such a good one at that Laugh


endless conveyor belt indeed ! lol!
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Post by 72-76-80-96-08 on Wed May 20, 2009 4:40 pm

I told you . axel

Löw is a CLOWN

TOTALLY CLUELESS

NOBODY takes him seriously anymore

Allofs just had a go at him

yesterday, Klopp had a go at him

Magath REGULARLY has a go at Löw and Klinsi and so it continues

even his BUDDY Hopp recently criticised Löw for hypocrisy over the ommission of Kuranyi when Poldi was let off without consequences

if I were you , I would get worried about the lack of DUTCH talents

we Germans were never good at youth tournaments , simply because we value experience more

now we are running RINGS AROUND YOU on what should be your HOME-TURF

axel

you should be WORRIED

you should be WORRIED INDEED

wahre Geschichte Ale
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by anglophileHedgehog on Wed May 20, 2009 4:53 pm

Axeslammer wrote:You have so little talent that you have to naturalize yet *another* foreigner !!

and not even such a good one at that Laugh


endless conveyor belt indeed ! lol!
Cacau HIMSELF applied for German citizenship MONTHS ago and it had NOTHING, absolutely nothing to do with wanting to play for the national team, ffs. It's because he, after living here for nearly ten years, feels at home and almost half-German.

Why don't people get that he's not another Paolo Rink or Sean Dundee? This is not engineered by the DFB or any other club, this was his private decision and he went the way everyone else has to (i.e. no speed-tracking either) and passed the damn Einbürgerungstest.

That Löw decided to call him up is an entirely different matter.

But I don't want to see the player get slagged off for it anymore - yep, it stinks in a way, but only because Löw decided to make an issue of it, not the player. Or are there any interviews out there in which he said something about 'oh, now I can play for the German team!'? I don't think so.
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Re: is the endless conveyor belt going too fast

Post by anglophileHedgehog on Wed May 20, 2009 4:56 pm


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