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Bundesliga 2017-2018 season thread :

Discussion in 'General Worldwide Football Discussion' started by Dirk, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. zippy

    zippy Right wing nut job

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    Hamburg lose again, surely they are going down ?
     
  2. zippy

    zippy Right wing nut job

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    In fact think of the poor Hamburg fans who will have to sing "Titz out" if things get worse.
     
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  3. Dirk

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    Und noch ein "Titz Witz", bist du der britische Fips Asmussen?


    edit: Bloody Leverkusen. Too much Aspirin? Actually 0-2 down in Köln, so now we're even last. Thank **** for that.
     
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    Surely!
    Its been coming for quite some time. Basically since the likes of Manni Kaltz, Kevin Keegan or Felix Maggath have left the club.
    On the other hand it wouldnt surprise me if they now somehow win every game and come 16th, to win the relegation tie, by stumbling the ball over the goal line in the 97th minute or something.
    They would celebrate and throw their Titz in the air several times, no doubt.
     
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    Ollie Registered User

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    Leipzig very much the better side vs Bayern, with Werner & Keita impressing again. Deserved win. Yussuf Poulsen couldn't hit a barn door with a banjo, so wasteful. A new striker should be top of their agenda in the Summer.
     
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    Muller Fun Bobby

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    Yeah defo need a new striker especially when we take Werner off them
     
  7. zippy

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    Bayern switched off at 1-0, Didn't seem bothered or motivated. Leipzig should have won by 3 or 4.
     
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    50+1 stays, the turkeys have voted for Xmas
     
  9. zippy

    zippy Right wing nut job

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    Bayern are totally humiliating Dortmund, Ribery and James world class.
     
  10. Super_horns

    Super_horns WATFORD Till I Die
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    Good news for Dirk.. Hamburg didn't lose !

    Not so great for Dortmund - 5-0 down...by half time !
     
  11. GDP

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    Keep strong mate @Dirk

    Could be worse, could be a Palace fan!! :)
     
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  12. zippy

    zippy Right wing nut job

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    Wonderboy Batshuay or however you spell it has only touched the ball 13 times in 60 minutes and 6 of them were kick offs
     
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    Funny that.
    There would have been no more excuses for managerial shortcomings.
    Bayern wouldn't scratch it anytime soon, so there was their chance.

    The way they were winging and whining over the years about Bayern dominance. Yet there was never a sugar daddy involved in Bayerns success. We're going to win this league for the next ten years minimum.
    The Bundesliga is dead. And Bayern is being blamed. Pathetic.
     
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    zippy Right wing nut job

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    Sorry Dirk but that surely must be it now ? Games are running out.
     
  15. Dirk

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    I know, zippy.

    Although we lost today at Hoffenheim (who are actually on a very good run and unbeaten for 6 or 7 games and only Bayern have scored more goals in the 2nd half of the season), it was another ok-performance from the HSV, not as good as the last home match against Schalke but way better what we saw this season under Gisdol (except the first 2 matches of the season) and especially under Hollerbach.
    Titz really has turned the team upside down (in his first match in charge the HSV team was the youngest in the last 40 years) and it isn't torturous anymore to watch them play, literally speaking.
    I really hope he'll be in charge if we must play in the 2.Bundesliga

    btw: Gnabry was very good again in the first half. Hoffenheim will miss him when he returns to Bayern next season
     
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    Schalke deserved winner of the "Revier-Derby". Although Dortmund is actually 4 points ahead at #4 for the last CL place, they're in danger to lose this.
    The same with Frankfurt, lost 4-1 against Leverkusen (who are actually on a very good run with two 4-1 wins in 5 days). Was this the "Kovac-shock"? Actually they're now even out of the Europa League places. Would be a pity if this won't happen and they lose the run for the European places.
     
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    That's surely it now for HSV after Mainz beating Freiburg.

    Nooooo :cry: :cry: :cry:
     
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    Jonas Hector is deserving of alot of respect for going down with Cologne & committing to playing with them next season. As 1st choice Germany left back he coulda got a move to a top club in Germany or a decent one abroad. I think he'll still keep his place for the national team so no worries there.
     
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    Super_horns WATFORD Till I Die
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    They will get a big money offer if he has a decent World Cup and the player will move on I am sure.

    Just doesn't want to be their version of Jermaine Defoe for example!
     

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