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    Expensive though

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    Former St Pauli player and general bloke who's always around trouble, Deniz Naki shot at in the motorway. .




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    Naki, who is in Germany for a visit, was last year convicted of making terror propaganda for the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)

    I suspect The Stuttgart People's Liberation Front are behind it.


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    Man accused of offending Turks visits country in Europe with second largest population of Turks.

    Not his best move, was it.

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    Plays his football in Turkey too. Was a decent player when at St Pauli, albeit of the 'luxury' type. In fact, if memory serves he was on trial at Forest around the time he left St Pauli.


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    Lukas Podolski has branched out after his retirement:




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    In other news, former German international Mario Gomez has re-joined VfB Stuttgart from Wolfsburg.

    This could be a potentially astute signing for Hannes Wolf’s men, as they’ve looked a bit lightweight up front so far this season.

    The Bundesliga returns from its Winter Break this weekend, and I cannot wait!


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    In other news, former German international Mario Gomez has re-joined VfB Stuttgart from Wolfsburg.

    This could be a potentially astute signing for Hannes Wolf’s men, as they’ve looked a bit lightweight up front so far this season.

    The Bundesliga returns from its Winter Break this weekend, and I cannot wait!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    In other news, former German international Mario Gomez has re-joined VfB Stuttgart from Wolfsburg.

    This could be a potentially astute signing for Hannes Wolf’s men, as they’ve looked a bit lightweight up front so far this season.

    The Bundesliga returns from its Winter Break this weekend, and I cannot wait!
    Mario? Is he Italian, no! Gomez, oh must be Spanish, no! Oh, he's German...

    Great signing for them, seems to be having an off year at the moment but usually scores bag loads every season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    Mario? Is he Italian, no! Gomez, oh must be Spanish, no! Oh, he's German...

    Great signing for them, seems to be having an off year at the moment but usually scores bag loads every season.
    VfB have needed reinforcement up front; last seasons’ main man, Golden Boot winner Simon Terodde, has struggled a bit against Bundesliga defences and the wonderfully-named Chadrac Akolo has struggled for fitness (although when fit, he’s a wonderfully exciting talent!)

    Gomez will bring a major presence up front and goals. He’s still got it at this level!


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    So tonight, it’s Leverkusen in fourth v. FC Bayern, it should be a cracker, and a real test for the Bavarians.

    Robben and Ribéry start for Bayern, who are without Lewandowski and Hummels and Leverkusen are unbeaten at home in ten months!


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    So, Mario Gomez makes his debut and forces a comedy own-goal as Stuttgart defeat Hertha Berlin 1-0!


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    So, Mario Gomez makes his debut and forces a comedy own-goal as Stuttgart defeat Hertha Berlin 1-0!



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    Zidane living on borrowed time surely. Lease let them miss out on the Champions League! I’m sure UEFA will see that they don’t though.


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    Leipzig (not PSG, Barcelona, or Real, but Leipzig) are rumoured to be making an offer of 20m euros (euros, not peanuts, or coffee beans), for Benfica's Úmaro Embaló (not Messi, not Ronaldo).

    If you are wondering why you have never heard the name of a player worth 20m, the reason is that Úmaro Embaló was born on May 6, 2001, and has of course no appearances with Benfica's first team.

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    Nowhere good is the answer.

    Talking of Neymar, I see that despite scoring four goals and setting up two more in PSG’s 8-0 demolition of Dijon yesterday, the Brazilian was booed-off by the Parc des Princes crowd.

    This is because crowd favourite Edinson Cavani had also scored to take him to 156 goals for PSG, level with Zlatan Ibrahimovic as their all time leading scorer; PSG got a late penalty and Neymar, who already had a hat-trick, rushed to grab the ball, rather than letting Cavani have it (and attempt to break the record).

    These two have form - earlier this season, they argued over who would take a penalty; Cavani got the ball that time - and missed.

    Suffice to say, for all his world-record transfer, the Brazilian is not overly popular in the French capital.


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    How pathetic is a club that boos a player over taking a penalty. Cavani missed his last one? Then let neymar take them until he misses.

    Is cavani never going to score again? Do they hate zlatan so much or something?

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    **** fans
    **** players
    **** owners
    **** rules
    **** business


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    From the “where are they now” department; recently-retired Germany legend Philipp Lahm has decided to take over a Muesli firm!

    http://www.bundesliga.com/en/news/Bu...nt=app+article

    They love the stuff over here.


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    I'm still pretty sure Phillip Lahm never retired and just renamed himself to Joshua Kimmich.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    I'm still pretty sure Phillip Lahm never retired and just renamed himself to Joshua Kimmich.
    Shhhhh!!!

    That’s supposed to be a “Germans only” secret!


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    Kimmich is very good, plays everywhere.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. MariAndy!s View Post
    Kimmich is very good, plays everywhere.
    The German version of Brian Rice.

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    Just watching Real Madrid’s fans reaction to their 6 goals yesterday. Talk about fans who think they are entitled.
    They really aren’t enjoying their football anymore.


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    Tonight’s match in the 2.Bundesliga between Kaiserslautern and Darmstadt is abandoned at half-time, after Kaiserslautern Manager Jeff Straßer is taken ill.

    There are reports he has suffered a heart attack. He’s 43.


 

 

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