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Nobody likes CL these days? :roma:

Just a busy Tuesday smile.gif
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Speaking of brutal football - did you see Messi nail Scott Brown in the n#ts yesterday?
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City's in real trouble of bowing out again in the group stage: 1 point after 3 matches. Mancini probably should've brought Balotelli on earlier. He'd already stewed over not playing for 75-ish minutes. If you know you're going to play Balotelli, you've got to start him to make sure his head's in the match.
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Wir sind Schalker!
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Argh Dortmund. Y U B SO GOOD?!?!?!
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Dortmund have been extremely good for the last few years.  They start with a great youth system and do very well at scouting young talent.  The thing that stands out to me is that they hold on to their talent even when bigger teams come calling, Rues, who they bought back.  

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Argh Dortmund. Y U B SO GOOD?!?!?!

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Dortmund have been extremely good for the last few years.  They start with a great youth system and do very well at scouting young talent.  The thing that stands out to me is that they hold on to their talent even when bigger teams come calling, Rues, who they bought back.  

Except they haven't really done anything yet in Europe. Maybe that will change this season.

Also, they've held on to their talent so far. But they've lost Kagawa, and it stands to reason that eventually Lewandowski, Gotze, Reus, Subotic, & co will go as well.

How well they do in the league (Munich really tearing the Bundesliga apart atm) and in Europe (good start so far) this year, and perhaps next year, will determine how many of their top players they hold onto.
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nice video.
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Except they haven't really done anything yet in Europe. Maybe that will change this season.
Also, they've held on to their talent so far. But they've lost Kagawa, and it stands to reason that eventually Lewandowski, Gotze, Reus, Subotic, & co will go as well.
How well they do in the league (Munich really tearing the Bundesliga apart atm) and in Europe (good start so far) this year, and perhaps next year, will determine how many of their top players they hold onto.

Germans clubs lose their best players too..

As they continue to develop great young players, they will still be dangerous tp play against..
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Germans clubs lose their best players too..
As they continue to develop great young players, they will still be dangerous tp play against..
Umm... what?
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Umm... what?

They have good teams Bayern,Schalke 04, Dortmund and so on after a lost decade for German clubs..

A bit like Portuguese clubs getting back stronger on the European scene
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They have good teams Bayern,Schalke 04, Dortmund and so on after a lost decade for German clubs..
A bit like Portuguese clubs getting back stronger on the European scene
What's your point? Nothing I said contradicts that.
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What's your point? Nothing I said contradicts that.

I'm a bit Asperger sometimes...

Then we both agree...
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I'm a bit Asperger sometimes...
Then we both agree...
It seems so...

The real question is, where are Shah and the other resident Gunners?
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