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Discussion in 'Borussia Dortmund' started by ForeverRed, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. Cris 09

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    I thought Reus played primarily in Grosskreutz' psotion on the wide left?
     


  2. footyfan1

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    Cris, Reus can play everywhere in offensive midfield.

    And Grosskreutz isn't so good that he can't be sat down.

    Remember, just before the break Klopp had to sit his butt down.....
     
  3. Cris 09

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    OK, I was using your post to help me determine that as you mentioned possibly in favor of Kagawa or Kuba if they left.
    Oh I know...I wasn't implying that.
     
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    Of course.

    Dude, I wouldn't have suggested he could replace one of them if he wasn't able to play their positions.



    OK.

    Grosskreutz is one of those guys who can do great things as long he has fully charged batteries.

    But when he's worn out, he's shit. We can definitely use someone to be effective when Grosskreutz is out of juice.
     


  5. ForeverRed

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    I just can't see Reus staying with Gladbach if they get relegated. Obviously it can happen and if he is unwilling to leave and no one makes the right offer he'll stay with them but I think he is just that good. I think he's at a better level than Marin to be honest.
     
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    Who knows...Reus is still only 21, right?
     
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    Correct. He'll be 22 in May.
     
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    Shinji Kagawa scored two goals for Japan vs hosts Qatar to see them through in the Asian Cup on a 2-3 scoreline.

    Hosts out after thriller
     
  9. Cris 09

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    Bayern has crept into 3rd beating Mainz on GD after a Mario Gomez hatrick!!! :eek:
     
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    i just may have earned me the entire annoyance of the whole bayern side of big soccer with this reply :) some have seen be techy and defensive for less ))
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    Originally Posted by Duncan Idaho View Post
    The more BVB is infront the more they look back and are afraid of losing and that is the first sign of losing the cool imo. But just in case you haven't heard it yet, at the winter break you were 14 points ahead of Bayern and now with two games less to play you are still 14 points infront of Bayern.


    my reply
    which means bayern still 14 to catch up enjoy the view from behind .. we other club fans have for far too long )) "


    i was in a teasing mood .. as after one win there already part sayin bvb are losin it and fearing bayern... well some seemed to be
    :) was fun hehe
     
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    Until tomorrow.

    If Leverkusen beats Gladbach, they go three points up on Bayern.
     
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    I don't fear Bayern.

    But I do know that if anyone can catch us, it is them.
     
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    Where was this conversation taking place?
     
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    i ignored the "entry forbidden" signs hehe and ventured into the bayern matchday thread :)
     
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    Haha. Can you link to the page it happened?
     
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    So van bommel has left bayern. I think that's a good thing for everyone else!
     
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    What are you talking about?

    He hasn't gone anywhere yet.

    Don't be fooled by "Bild" headlines man.
     
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    They're talking like he is definitely gone on their transfer thread. I don't really read but some of the posters whose word I trust have said things to that effect in the last couple of pages, I thought.
     
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    I just saw that. They are trusting reports out of Milan.

    I won't believe it until either Bayern says it or he's presented at AC Milan.

    You know, MvB pisses me off a lot, but I still somehow "like" him......
     
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    Me too, he's GOOD. I would feel much more comfortable if we faced them without van bommel in the team. Sahin and Bender won't have nearly as much trouble facing kroos and gustavo/ottl/whoever
     
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    It's official now
     
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    The first thing I did when I got out of my meeting a few minutes ago was check fcbayern.de.

    I see that they've confirmed it.


    Wow. I'm not trying to be an asshole here, but I think that's a big mistake.
     
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    You are getting your wish.....
     

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