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    Bayern are insane. It's like the players don't tire whatsoever, non stop for 90 minutes


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    Brilliant from Haaland.


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    Erling makes it 2-3!

    Game not over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    Bayern are insane. It's like the players don't tire whatsoever, non stop for 90 minutes
    Many german clubs are massive on sports science.

    Bayern are relentless though. They just don’t stop.

    Hans-Dieter Flick has managed them so for for 48 matches and they’ve won 44 of those.

    Can he make it 45 out of 49 tonight?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    Many german clubs are massive on sports science.

    Bayern are relentless though. They just don’t stop.

    Hans-Dieter Flick has managed them so for for 48 matches and they’ve won 44 of those.

    Can he make it 45 out of 49 tonight?
    When they pinch Haaland they will be unstoppable. I dislike the club, but I can't argue that they are one of the most exciting clubs to watch in he world.


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    Its all over, 2-3, Bayern win it.

    And...breathe...


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    I think this Swiss ground's a bit wank.



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    Potential Bundesliga transfer news:

    According to the Kicker, FC Bayern have been priced-out of a move for Leipzig‘s french centre-back Dayot Upamecano, who is (in my humble opinion) the best young defender in Europe.

    The opinion now is that he is likely to join either Man United or the scousers, possibly as early as the January window.

    He will not be cheap, given his age and absolutely undoubted potential.


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    Borussia Dortmund included Youssoufa Moukoko in their matchday squad for tonight’s match against Hertha BSC.

    It’s his 16th birthday, so he’s eligible to play in the Bundesliga from today.

    They’ve been interested in including him, as he is very highly rated, having the payed in 88 matches at youth level, and in those matches, he’s managed to score 141 goals.

    Yeah. 141.


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    I was reading earlier there is already a controversy about his actual age.

    Not that it matters now he is in men's football but his goal record is quite unhuman.


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    Big step up from kids football to mesters stuff

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    There's not many who will beat Koulibaly in the air this season... And then ping it into the net from 16yrds or so..


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    Milan have barely had a kick second half so eventually the inevitable happens and Zlatan makes it 0-2 to Milan.

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    MLS Playoffs have reached the Conference Semifinal stage. #1 seed Philadelphia Union were knocked out by #8 seed New England and #2 Toronto FC were knocked out by upstarts Nashville SC.
    Seeds in parentheses
    Eastern Conference
    29 Nov: (4)Orlando City - New England 8
    29 Nov: (3)Columbus Crew - Nashville SC(7)

    Western Conference
    2 Dec: (1)Sporting Kansas City - Minnesota United(4)
    1 Dec: (2)Seattle Sounders - FC Dallas(6)


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    Contract news from Stuttgart: highly-rated forward Nicolas Gonzalez has extended his VfB contract until June 2024.

    The 22-year old, last seasons‘ top scorer with 14 goals, recently broke into the Argentine National side and has scored twice in five matches for La Albiceleste in their current World Cup qualifying campaign. A skilful, pacy striker, he is equally at home in a central role or playing from the left hand side.

    In the off-season, he had been tipped to leave, having been scouted by Milan, amongst a host of other European clubs, but he seems to be happy - for now anyway - with Die Schwaben.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    Contract news from Stuttgart: highly-rated forward Nicolas Gonzalez has extended his VfB contract until June 2024.

    The 22-year old, last seasons‘ top scorer with 14 goals, recently broke into the Argentine National side and has scored twice in five matches for La Albiceleste in their current World Cup qualifying campaign. A skilful, pacy striker, he is equally at home in a central role or playing from the left hand side.

    In the off-season, he had been tipped to leave, having been scouted by Milan, amongst a host of other European clubs, but he seems to be happy - for now anyway - with Die Schwaben.

    Kin hell who is that on the right? Looks like an extra from trainspotting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Kin hell who is that on the right? Looks like an extra from trainspotting

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    You don’t know who that is?

    That’s Sven Mislintat. Sporting Director, formerly of The Arsenal, and quite possibly the best spotter of footballing talent in Europe.

    VfB are very fortunate to have him onboard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strummer View Post
    You don’t know who that is?

    That’s Sven Mislintat. Sporting Director, formerly of The Arsenal, and quite possibly the best spotter of footballing talent in Europe.

    VfB are very fortunate to have him onboard.
    Nope not a clue who he was, looks rough though, like hes been on a week long stag do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Nope not a clue who he was, looks rough though, like hes been on a week long stag do

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    Ah he always looks like that, even in the official club garb.

    He’s a genuinely nice guy though, and he knows absolutely everyone in European Football any beyond. He’s unearthed some absolute gems for Stuttgart over the last couple of seasons.


 

 

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