the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

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blutgraetsche

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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by blutgraetsche on Wed Jun 18, 2014 5:11 pm

It's a Newcastle thing. You're just annoyed that there wasn't a fight...
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Kimbo on Wed Jun 18, 2014 5:46 pm

You know I heard a story about Operation Market Garden, when the British para's were trapped in that town trying to hold off the nazzies, a group of the Germans invited some British soldiers out to share some booze and food, because they knew the British had no rations, then they asked the British to surrender, they said no, and the Germans let them go back to their positions. It's what you call fair play. A c**t like Muller would have shot them in the back as they were walking away.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by blutgraetsche on Wed Jun 18, 2014 5:50 pm

Müller did not roll on the floor trying to get Pepe sent off, as 110% already explained. Pepe did that to himself. And your view of Müller is not accurate, he is not a deceiptive kind of person. You probably won't believe me, but can actually trust me on that.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Kimbo on Wed Jun 18, 2014 5:54 pm

blutgraetsche wrote:Müller did not roll on the floor trying to get Pepe sent off, as 110% already explained. Pepe did that to himself. And your view of Müller is not accurate, he is not a deceiptive kind of person. You probably won't believe me, but can actually trust me on that.

He went down squealing ffs after having his face brushed.  Laughing 
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by debaser on Wed Jun 18, 2014 6:03 pm

I sense Muller is a very good wind-up merchant on the pitch - he's always in people's faces and able to get other players annoyed. causes the dumb ones like Pepe to react but smart enough to know how far to push it so he doesn't get in trouble himself.

impressive in a way that Pepe's managed to get this far in his career despite being so utterly, utterly moronic.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by christmasborocooper on Wed Jun 18, 2014 6:08 pm

How anyone can claim Muller wasn't being a deceptive little poncey c**t trying to get Pepe in trouble is beyond me. He absolutely was trying to get him in trouble. That Pepe reacted like a fucking fool has no bearing on it. If you go down like that from a little brush on the face, I hope you get a boot in the face the following game. Look at Dempsey ffs, got actually kicked in the face and reacted better than Muller.
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Ä on Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:22 pm

Müller scores the only goal/winner against the USA

and is now on

4 goals in 3 games in the WC

cheers

overall , he has now scored 9 goals in 9 WC games

Yikes

Rivaldo scored 8 goals in 14 WC games

and the great Maradona

managed only 8 goals in 21 games

cheers

anybody care to remind me how many WC goals Robben and van Persie have scored respectively ?!

ta

PS

what an UTTER disgrace that Müller does not seem to feature anywhere on your "Best World Cup Players"-List

SHAME

ON

YOU

Grr

Germany HATERS all of

YOU

Doh

+

the wahre level of expertise on this board

is

SHOCKINGLY LOW

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meanwhile

Fat Ronaldo told Sportbild

Müller would one day become the ALL.TIME-WC-TOP-SCORER

 cheers 

Robben my arse
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Kimbo on Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:36 pm

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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Fey on Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:38 pm

Yeah, well goals dont say anything.

Just seen the Klose montage...that was just almost sad.

Mueller is alright, fits in the Kuyt, Dimaria category!
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by mongrel hawk on Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:45 pm

Fey wrote:Yeah, well goals dont say anything.

Just seen the Klose montage...that was just almost sad.

Mueller is alright, fits in the Kuyt, Dimaria category!

 ok 
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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Ä on Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:49 pm

Fey wrote:Yeah, well goals dont say anything.


typical Dutch DRIVEL

that is why you will NEVER win

ANYTHING

Fey wrote:Just seen the Klose montage...that was just almost sad.

neither Holland , nor Italy, Spain, England...

have EVER produced a player of Klose's

KALIBER

wahre verfickte Geschichte

ANYBODY who genuinely questions the GENIUS of KLOSE

knows as much about Fussball

as we Germans do about SHITE CARS

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as I said

the combined football knowledge of this board

could be contained in this



 Shocked 

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Re: the great Thomas MÜLLER thread

Post by Axeslammer on Thu Jun 26, 2014 7:51 pm

We don't want a Klose !

You can keep your ugly (playing) POLE Ale

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