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the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Ä on Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:17 pm

ok chaps

it's prediction time again

Thomas Müller to become the FIRST

German World Footballer of the YEAR

since Loddar Maddäus

let's say

within the next FIVE years

(assuming he leaves Bayern, where fucking PEP wastes him, and assuming he joins one of the VERY TOP clubs in Spain or England)

we could also compare the World Cup LEGACY of Müller with Rööney's

(8 goals and God knows how many assists vs ZERÖ goals and EIN assist)

but that would be unfair

now would it not ?!

 Laugh 

anyway

as always

Bernd

did

not

see

this

coming

lol!
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Kimbo on Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:22 pm

What is this?

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Post by Ä on Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:25 pm

Kimbo wrote:What is this?


the inspiration for Rio Ferdinand ?

when he said this

" "Wayne Rooney will want to get his name up there alongside the big players at this tournament.

"There is an inner determination with Wayne, he has a deep drive inside him and will want to come away having stamped his name on the World Cup with goals and assists." "

 Laugh 
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by mongrel hawk on Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:26 pm

How many WC goals has he scored?
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Kimbo on Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:26 pm

It's a pussy.

Rooney is poor, Muller is has no integrity or honour. He can score 10 more goals and I will still only see him as a big Jessie.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Ä on Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:34 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:How many WC goals has he scored?

EIGHT

people talked about Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar, Robben...

before the World Cup started

when really

the STAR of the tournament could become

MÜLLER

the humble lad from the tiny Bavarian village

they call

PÄHL

 Ale 

it's such a pity the boy is wasted at Bayern, where Robben, Ribery, Schweini and Lahm are all ahead of him in the pecking order

 Doh 
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Post by Axeslammer on Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:38 pm

We all know his story : Bayern were ready to sell him, when uncle Louis claimed him for the first team...

So you have a Dutchie to thank for his development Ale

methinks Otto didn't see that wahre geschichte coming Wink
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Post by Ä on Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:49 pm

Axeslammer wrote:We all know his story : Bayern were ready to sell him, when uncle Louis claimed him for the first team...

a blind man watching Bayern training sessions would have picked MÜLLER

in fact I was there, when Müller made his baby steps

van Gaal used to play his FIRST team vs the SECOND team in training

the SECOND team consisted of players like my man BOROWSKI, as well as an 18 year old Müller , and Olic

and guess what

the SECOND team tended to beat the first team

the crowd favourites by a GIGANTIC margin

were

Olic and MÜLLER


what surprised us watching the training was

that Olic and Müller took so long to catch van Gaal's attention

wahre G

Müller's problem is that Robben, Ribery, Schweini, Lahm, and probably Pep's favourite Thiago

are more highly rated by Pep

when really

for honest Bavarians

there is only ONE true hero

THOMAS MÜLLER

the truth is

his anarchic style does not fit with Pep's possession football

MÜLLER

HAS to leave Bayern to go GLOBAL

as always

you heard it here first

Ale


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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Fey on Mon Jun 16, 2014 9:04 pm

3 goals, a thread from Otto and is having his birthday according to this forum

Lucky him Ale
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Kroos on Mon Jun 16, 2014 9:12 pm

another 5 goals in the group stage

then 3 more in the KO STAGES and he can overcome the fat ronaldo Very Happy
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Post by Ä on Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:04 pm

Kroos wrote:another 5 goals in the group stage

then 3 more in the KO STAGES and he can overcome the  fat ronaldo Very Happy

you have named yourself after Deisler, Özil and Kroos

don't you think it's time to name yourself after the BEST PLAYER in the WORLD ?

 Very Happy 
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Post by Kroos on Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:09 pm

NAH midfielder > the rest  king 
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Post by Kimbo on Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:13 pm

Kroos wrote:another 5 goals in the group stage

then 3 more in the KO STAGES and he can overcome the  fat ronaldo Very Happy

It doesn't matter, Ronaldo wasn't a pussy.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by BoBo Vieri 32 on Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:22 pm

thomas muller looks like he should be in the gestapo.

A true german c**t. Ale
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Isco Benny on Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:44 pm

Ä wrote:ok chaps

it's prediction time again

Thomas Müller to become the FIRST

German World Footballer of the YEAR

since Loddar Maddäus

let's say

within the next FIVE years

(assuming he leaves Bayern, where fucking PEP wastes him, and assuming he joins one of the VERY TOP clubs in Spain or England)

we could also compare the World Cup LEGACY of Müller with Rööney's

(8 goals and God knows how many assists vs ZERÖ goals and EIN assist)

but that would be unfair

now would it not ?!

 Laugh 

anyway

as always

Bernd

did

not

see

this

coming

lol!

Laughing

Rooney is a busted flush at this level. Otto, I grant 10 Points to Slitherin House for the fact you did call this first. Physically, he's gone.

Still, we have Ross Barkley who is clearly a long term upgrade. So it's kind of a 'meh' moment. Didn't work out for fat boy, he couldn't look after himself accordingly.


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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Brian 2468 on Tue Jun 17, 2014 2:32 am

Crying on the floor did you see how Muller got up perfectly fine after being head butted. lol!  lol!.......................... and we all saw it coming.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by blutgraetsche on Tue Jun 17, 2014 6:22 am

"Bei mir spielt Müller immer." - Louis Van Gaal, ca. 2010 <Ale>

First name on the team sheet, should always start, as said a hundred times. Future captain material, too.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Ä on Tue Jun 17, 2014 6:55 am

I just hope that Löw still gives KLOSE enough playing time to OVERTAKE fat Ronaldo in the all-time scoring charts

why did he bring on Poldi rather than Miro ?

the mind boggles
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by blutgraetsche on Tue Jun 17, 2014 8:05 am

Klose will earn those goals in "real" matches, not matches that are already over. He's Germany's plan B, or plan A, depending on how you look at it.

As much as I've criticised Löw, his decision not to start Klose yesterday was correct. The small(er) and technical forwards caused the Portugal defence a ton of problems. Pepe and co. would have likely won most aerial battles, but were totally out of their depth with the quick short passing game of Germany.

Btw. Pepe, there was an interesting short summary of his match prior to the sending off in German TV last night. Positioning all over the place, couldn't really follow the game that looked like it was too fast for him, was to blame for Hummels' header, too. No wonder he was frustrated. But the idiot he is, he simply can't get his temper under control, even after dozens of red cards in his career.
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Post by blutgraetsche on Tue Jun 17, 2014 8:07 am

Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo outshone by Germany’s Thomas Müller

Germany’s shambling forward did not look the part but he certainly played it as the big talent on the night

This match had been billed by most observers as the team of all the talents against the team of The Talent. They came to Salvador, the neutrals at least, to see Ronaldo: not just football’s most recognisably burnished face but the sport’s most brilliantly engineered quick-stepping athlete, an acme of speed, power and almost cartoonish amour propre. By half-time, however, the thrust of Portugal’s and Germany’s opening Group G fixture had instead been completely stolen by a player who at times barely looks like a footballer at all.

It was an afternoon dominated by Germany’s shambling, angular, shaggy-haired forward Thomas Müller, who scored a hat-trick in a 4-0 win and produced a supremely intelligent display as a mobile central striker. What a delightfully unusual footballer Müller is, a player who continually pops up in menacing pockets of space, socks askew, arms waggling, resembling at times a pitch-invading dentist out for a jog who has somehow strayed in among all those sleekly groomed professional athletes.

Appearances can be profitably deceptive. Müller now has eight goals in seven World Cup matches and is perhaps the most likely in this sublimely talented but still expectant German squad to provide a hard-nosed cutting edge at this tournament. He gave more than just goals, too. Asked once to list his best attributes, Müller famously described himself as a Raumdeuter, a self-coined term that means something like “space interpreter”. Here, in a moment that killed the game after 37 minutes, it was the space between Pepe’s ears that he was concerned with, inducing via an over-the-top theatrical fall a mild but still idiotic butt of the head by the Portuguese that rightly saw him sent off.

As for Ronaldo, aged 29, semi-fit and in a very average team, it seems it is not meant to happen at World Cups. On Sunday Portugal’s lone star had declared himself, if not totally fit, then at least by the average elite footballer’s standards “100 percent”. And to be fair he lit up the opening eight minutes here, his first touch a back-heel by the touchline that brought huge roars of pleasure around this steeply banked state-of-the-art arena, a giant domed Polo mint over the top of which the piled-up tenement housing of Salvador peeps in. His second was a surging run down his favoured inside-left channel that left Jérôme Boateng pounding in his wake like a man running up a down escalator.

And that was pretty much it. Enter Müller, although it was Mario Götze, a roly-poly little menace of a dribbler who made the incision, wriggling his way expertly into the penalty area before being pulled down by João Pereira. Müller stuttered, paused – tribute to Neymar and the Brazilian “paradinha” penalty perhaps – and zinged the ball into the corner to vast German roars .

Playing as a staid old nine rather than anything edgier in the opening half, Müller repeatedly menaced the last defender in the classic style, calling for the ball over the top, linking the play and generally galloping around like a skinny-legged Alan Shearer. Behind him a revolving midfield four fulfilled Germany’s brief as a team of the tens, with Mesut Özil, Mario Götze, Toni Kroos and at times Sami Khedira taking it in turns to advance and retreat. With 30 minutes gone it was a burst by Özil down the inside-right channel that led to the corner from which Germany scored their second, a thrilling header by Mats Hummels that went pretty much through Rui Patricio direct from Kroos’s corner.

Pepe had already gone missing once at the corner and now it was time to disappear for a final time. What an asinine footballer he can be at times, a genuinely fine centre-half who cannot resist the messy, spoiling parts of his game. Challenging for a long pass, Müller reacted theatrically when Pepe’s fingers brushed his face, at which point Pepe vacated the moral high ground by bending down and pressing his forehead on to Müller’s crown. It deserved a red not for malice but for stupidity. There was no advantage to be gained. Pepe simply lost his temper – and with it a game that was already half gone anyway.

The third goal duly arrived on half-time. It was an utterly Müller-ish piece of work too. Anticipating a Kroos pass in from the left, the Raumdeuter also seemed to catch a premonition of Bruno Alves’s volleyed clearance, raising a foot to smother it at source and, when the ball fell kindly, finishing powerfully. In the second half Müller completed his hat-trick from close range while Ronaldo trotted about and looked sad – although at the end he did thwack Manuel Neuer’s palms with one of those snaked, front-on free-kicks.

Müller had already left the pitch by then. World Cup hat-tricks are rare indeed and he received a standing ovation from much of the stadium. He is a key figure in this team of contenders, the most pragmatic all-round forward of this talented crop. The fear had been that Germany might lack both incision and what Lothar Matthäus called “the nasty players”. Here, with a one-man show of goals and cards, they found both in Müller.

http://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2014/jun/16/portugal-cristiano-ronaldo-germany-thomas-muller
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Post by bluenine on Tue Jun 17, 2014 8:09 am

Ä wrote:Thomas Müller to become the FIRST

German Footballer

since Jurgen Klinsmann

to win

OLYMPIC GOLD

in diving.

Laugh 

anyway

as always

THE CHINESE

did

not

see

this

coming

Sorted.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by blutgraetsche on Tue Jun 17, 2014 9:01 am

Müller the mystery:








Laughing
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Post by mongrel hawk on Tue Jun 17, 2014 11:35 am

bluenine wrote:
Ä wrote:Thomas Müller to become the FIRST

German Footballer

since Jurgen Klinsmann

to win

OLYMPIC GOLD

in diving.

Laugh 

anyway

as always

THE CHINESE

did

not

see

this

coming

Sorted.

 ok 
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Post by Antarion on Tue Jun 17, 2014 12:36 pm

Washington Post: "Thomas Müller, den man eher für einen Verkäufer bei Foot Locker als einen der besten Spieler halten kann, führt das starke deutsche Team mit einem Hattrick zum Sieg über schockierte Portugiesen."

 lol!  Biggrin 


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Post by blutgraetsche on Tue Jun 17, 2014 12:49 pm

Als ob die in dem oberbayrischen Kaff wissen, was "Foot Locker" ist. Neumodischer Schmarrn. Smile
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Post by bluenine on Wed Jun 18, 2014 1:52 am

Antarion wrote:Washington Post: "Thomas Müller, den man eher für einen Verkäufer bei Foot Locker als einen der besten Spieler halten kann, führt das starke deutsche Team mit einem Hattrick zum Sieg über schockierte Portugiesen."

 lol!  Biggrin 

I am pretty sure Washington Post is in English... someone lied to you.  Basketball 
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Post by Kimbo on Wed Jun 18, 2014 3:46 pm

I know what the sign language for Thomas Muller is.


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Post by 110% on Wed Jun 18, 2014 4:09 pm

I think you're being a bit harsh on Muller, kimbo, most players would have gone down after being "hit" in the face, even though admittedly it wasn't particularly hard. BUT he didn't then proceed to hold his face and roll around like we see many players do (e.g. busquets). He was sitting there checking to see if he was bleeding and all his teeth were there, when pepe decided to nut him, so he jumped up.

Don't forget this is Pepe:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bz5-_I-VmTQ

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Post by Kimbo on Wed Jun 18, 2014 4:17 pm

110% wrote:I think you're being a bit harsh on Muller, kimbo, most players would have gone down after being "hit" in the face, even though admittedly it wasn't particularly hard. BUT he didn't then proceed to hold his face and roll around like we see many players do (e.g. busquets). He was sitting there checking to see if he was bleeding and all his teeth were there, when pepe decided to nut him, so he jumped up.

Don't forget this is Pepe:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bz5-_I-VmTQ


He was barely touched, he's a fucking puff that embarrassed his manhood in front of the entire world. He only jumped up because he knew he wouldn't actually have to fight, that was what annoyed me the most, he wanted to act like a fanny AND a hard man, I mean choose your side dickhead. Rolling Eyes 
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Post by Kimbo on Wed Jun 18, 2014 4:19 pm

Though I have to say Joe Hart effing and jeffing at a ballboy probably annoyed me even more.

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