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Post by elfmeter on Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:24 am

From what I saw Davies did OK, should have won the Pig Farmers a PK in the last minute, but not given. If he scores the winning pk, he will become the greatest signing since a young Franz Beckenbauer, if he misses, the next Lukas Podolski.

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Post by elfmeter on Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:27 am

should not count the James penalty, he stops on the run up, typical Bavarian cheating. The self proclaimed greatest German Striker, misses his cleanly
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Post by elfmeter on Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:34 am

Hummels "Panenkas" the winning 5th PK and the Iceberg Messi is not needed, too bad, now we will never know if he will be the greatest Bayern player of all time.
Both Thiago and James pks should not have counted. I know they dont call it anymore, but they really should not allow this stop-start run up kind of pk's.
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Post by Hapless_Hans on Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:52 am

@elfmeter wrote:
Both Thiago and James pks should not have counted. I know they dont call it anymore, but they really should not allow this stop-start run up kind of pk's.


Yeah I hate these stop start runups. Lewa does them too, another reason why he's such a very unappealing elite striker.

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Post by Firenze on Mon Jan 28, 2019 9:08 am

6 points behind now

do you still vehemently want him out Hans? genuine question as I haven't watched you at all, but the results seem to have turned around. Give a manager more than 4 months and he can start implementing his philosophy and getting results, I guess. Whoda Thunk it.
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Post by Hapless_Hans on Mon Jan 28, 2019 11:35 am

Things are ok for now as the team has decided to carry him in lack of alternatives.
Besides, there was the winter break so we didn't have many opportunities to lose games.

He's still not good enough so yes, I want him out.
We are not able to control the game even vs the poorest opposition, and it will be impossible to beat good teams like that. And that's on him alone. 9 months ago we were still the best team in Europe.
Get Salzburg's Rose in before he's snatched up by Hoffenheim, which of course is what will happen while we continue to carry this scrub's weight on our backs.

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Post by futbol on Mon Jan 28, 2019 1:15 pm

@Hapless_Hans wrote:Things are ok for now as the team has decided to carry him in lack of alternatives.
Besides, there was the winter break so we didn't have many opportunities to lose games.

He's still not good enough so yes, I want him out.
We are not able to control the game even vs the poorest opposition, and it will be impossible to beat good teams like that. And that's on him alone. 9 months ago we were still the best team in Europe.
Get Salzburg's Rose in before he's snatched up by Hoffenheim, which of course is what will happen while we continue to carry this scrub's weight on our backs.


Typical German. Thinks it's 1942 again and German borders = European borders.

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Post by Doc on Mon Jan 28, 2019 3:31 pm

Was it 2013 9 months ago?

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Post by Hapless_Hans on Mon Jan 28, 2019 4:16 pm

If refereeing had been anywhere close to acceptable, we'd won that CL final vs Roma easily

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Post by Myesyats on Mon Jan 28, 2019 4:56 pm

@Doc wrote:Was it 2013 9 months ago?

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Post by Doc on Mon Jan 28, 2019 5:53 pm

@Hapless_Hans wrote:If refereeing had been anywhere close to acceptable, we'd won that CL final vs Roma easily

If your squad had been anywhere close acceptable, you would have won 1 outta the 6 attempts at beating Madrid. Easily.

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Post by farfan on Tue Jan 29, 2019 6:25 am

@Hapless_Hans wrote:If refereeing had been anywhere close to acceptable, we'd won that CL final vs Roma easily


This is even more irrational than my hatred of Guardiola.
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Post by Hapless_Hans on Tue Jan 29, 2019 6:57 am

@farfan wrote:
@Hapless_Hans wrote:If refereeing had been anywhere close to acceptable, we'd won that CL final vs Roma easily


This is even more irrational than my hatred of Guardiola.


Those robbed penalties are a fact, and therefore it's highly rational.

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Post by Firenze on Sat Apr 06, 2019 8:57 pm

what a statement

thrashes your rivals 5-0 and assumes 1st place

:bow:

hope the board are writing up the extension
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Post by iftikhar on Sun Apr 07, 2019 3:52 am

He will create a strong team and be surprisingly successful

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Post by Vlad the Impaler on Sun Apr 07, 2019 6:42 am

Best team in the world at the moment.

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Post by Hapless_Hans on Sat Apr 13, 2019 9:08 am

For those of you who need some kind of authority figure to tell you in order to believe what I've been telling you already, here's a summary on Bayern by our friend Honigstein

Bayern Munich are top of the pile in the Bundesliga once more, but even a thumping 5-0 win over fellow title contenders Borussia Dortmund hasn't been enough to bring tranquility to Bavaria's capital. On the contrary, Saturday's triumph has only served to amplify the rumblings of discontent behind the scenes. The difference of opinion about manager Niko Kovac, a debate that's raged "backstage" at the boardroom level, is now out on the open, a noisy distraction destined to dominate the final weeks of the season.

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge must have known what he was doing. Bayern's Executive Chairman pointedly refused to issue a job guarantee for Kovac during an appearance on a Sky Germany talk show on Sunday morning and explained that the 47-year-old had been told to stop his extreme rotation policy before Christmas.

"Everyone has to perform and whoever can't deal with the pressure is at the wrong club," Rummenigge added. That same evening, club president Uli Hoeness backed Kovac in an interview with Kicker and chided Rummenigge for his implied criticism. "You can't work with someone you constantly undermine," the 67-year-old warned.

Rummenigge and Hoeness, former Bayern teammates in the mid-to-late 1970s, have often not seen eye to eye since the former became a leading member of the board in 1991. They have just as often made up again, finding common ground or at least settling upon a form of job-sharing.

It's no secret in Munich that some players and coaches get chosen by one of them, while others get hired due to the wishes of the second alpha male at the club. For example, appointing Kovac was very much Hoeness' idea after Rummenigge had brought Carlo Ancelotti to Munich and sought to get Thomas Tuchel in as the Italian's replacement. Hoeness' futile attempts to convince Jupp Heynckes to continue in the job saw Bayern lose out Tuchel a year ago, which prompted them to turn their attentions to former midfielder Kovac as a back-up choice.

Rummenigge made it clear on Sunday that he's still not 100 percent sold on the Croatian as the long-term option
and Kovac, an inexperienced coach, has become a pawn in the the power struggle and the clash of egos above him. But the nature of the disagreement isn't purely a personal one.
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Rummenigge's stated intention to step down from his position at Bayern in 2021 has given his dream of winning another European Cup an element of urgency. The German champions' elimination by Liverpool last month has done little to convince the two-time European Footballer of the Year that Kovac is the best possible manager to oversee the squad's transition.

Results in the league and the German Cup will provide the ammunition for and against the coach in this personal and philosophical battle but worryingly for Kovac, there's a chance that even winning might not be enough as the discontent with his work is not just restricted to board level. From within the dressing room, complaints from players about a lack of ideas and tactical sophistication continue to fester. One senior player told ESPN that Kovac's match preparation was "like Ancelotti's."

It was not meant as a compliment.
http://www.espn.com/soccer/club/bayern-munich/132/blog/post/3821983/bayern-are-in-control-of-bundesliga-title-race-and-thrashed-dortmund-but-theres-still-trouble-ahead-for-kovac

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Post by urbaNRoots on Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:05 am

Have to say Guardiola really spoiled some of these players. While Kovac might not be the solution, I don't think any manager can satisfy these clowns demands anymore. They are getting older and still think they can be elite but somehow are not "because of the manager".

A fresh start is what Bayern need, and not just in the manager.
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Post by Hapless_Hans on Sat Jul 20, 2019 4:33 am

The way our club is run at the moment is total crap.

Our coach is second rate and no player actually likes and respects him. They all want to leave sooner rather than later.

Also, no good player wants to join because it's obvious the direction the club is taking is downhill.

The DoF, Brazzo, talks publicly all winter about desperately wanting some Chelsea youngster and then he doesn't even get this done.
So let's not talk about big name transfers that may be difficult to pull off. Sané, Dembélé, Pépé, none of this is going to happen even though each of those would be very possible unter competent management.
The guy just can't get it done.
The way this is going, even Havertz will go elsewhere next summer, and then you'll have me plotting sadistic murders.


Kovac shold have been calmly let go in summer, with his head held high.
Would have been a win-win for everyone involved: Kovac would have come out of it a hero, a victim, a winner in the eyes of the clueless international and national football public and press ("he wins the double in the first season but isn't allowed to continue?!?!?!?!?!?!? what a fickle arrogant club") and he would have surely good career opportunities going forward.

We would got rid of an coach that just isn't the level required, without mid-season drama and upheaval, in time to accomodate anew coaches preparation and squad planning input.

Instead, now, the transfer window is a mess because we of course aren't actually backing Kovac's wishes (his wishes are Perisic, Rebic and a couple of no names from Gladbach, good players, but not for us) because he's a scrub coach with a scrub imagination, but also are not getting the good targets to join us.

Renato will be forced to stay because we are too stupid to sign other players, even though he'll never get a chance and wants desperately out since 2 years already.

From the beginning of the season, it will be a grueling, tiresome, completely avoidable and unnecessary march downhill towards the unavoidable sacking of Kovac at some point.
Further damage to the club will be done, another season wasted, our national and international rivals and wannabe rivals emboldened, pull and atttractivity lost with players.

Fucking morons the lot of them.

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Post by futbol_bill on Sat Jul 20, 2019 6:22 am

So you’re saying you are in same situation, that Real Madrid was in last summer!
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Post by halamadrid2 on Sat Jul 20, 2019 7:05 am

The Bayern board live under a rock. Other clubs are dropping 100M for the players they desperately need yet Bayerg are pricing themselves out because they think it's immoral to pay obscene sums for players. They are already getting left behind. They keep haggling over 5-10M for that Chelsea kid yet players like Pepe, Ndombele and co are slipping through their fingers. Their problem isn't even Kovac its those good for nothing pen pushers they have in the board who love talking shit about other clubs all while their own club is turning to shit

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Post by chad4401 on Sat Jul 20, 2019 9:25 am

@futbol_bill wrote:So you’re saying you are in same situation, that Real Madrid was in last summer!


How was anything he wrote similar to last summer? You are so extra and always trying to insert Madrid into every convo, you got your Spanish coach to make isco and asensio the stars they flopped and jlo got fired, and the player you guys were complaining about the most turned out to be the best player on the team, now the club is actively trying to ditch the Spanish scrubs you guys wanted to be given a chance.

@halamadrid2 wrote:The Bayern board live under a rock. Other clubs are dropping 100M for the players they desperately need yet Bayerg are pricing themselves out because they think it's immoral to pay obscene sums for players. They are already getting left behind. They keep haggling over 5-10M for that Chelsea kid yet players like Pepe, Ndombele and co are slipping through their fingers. Their problem isn't even Kovac its those good for nothing pen pushers they have in the board who love talking shit about other clubs all while their own club is turning to shit


Simple just spend the money.

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Post by elfmeter on Tue Jul 23, 2019 9:41 am

@Hapless_Hans wrote:The way our club is run at the moment is total crap.

Our coach is second rate and no player actually likes and respects him. They all want to leave sooner rather than later.

Also, no good player wants to join because it's obvious the direction the club is taking is downhill.

The DoF, Brazzo, talks publicly all winter about desperately wanting some Chelsea youngster and then he doesn't even get this done.
So let's not talk about big name transfers that may be difficult to pull off. Sané, Dembélé, Pépé, none of this is going to happen even though each of those would be very possible unter competent management.
The guy just can't get it done.
The way this is going, even Havertz will go elsewhere next summer, and then you'll have me plotting sadistic murders.


Kovac shold have been calmly let go in summer, with his head held high.
Would have been a win-win for everyone involved: Kovac would have come out of it a hero, a victim, a winner in the eyes of the clueless international and national football public and press ("he wins the double in the first season but isn't allowed to continue?!?!?!?!?!?!? what a fickle arrogant club") and he would have surely good career opportunities going forward.

We would got rid of an coach that just isn't the level required, without mid-season drama and upheaval, in time to accomodate anew coaches preparation and squad planning input.

Instead, now, the transfer window is a mess because we of course aren't actually backing Kovac's wishes (his wishes are Perisic, Rebic and a couple of no names from Gladbach, good players, but not for us) because he's a scrub coach with a scrub imagination, but also are not getting the good targets to join us.

Renato will be forced to stay because we are too stupid to sign other players, even though he'll never get a chance and wants desperately out since 2 years already.

From the beginning of the season, it will be a grueling, tiresome, completely avoidable and unnecessary march downhill towards the unavoidable sacking of Kovac at some point.
Further damage to the club will be done, another season wasted, our national and international rivals and wannabe rivals emboldened, pull and atttractivity lost with players.

Fucking morons the lot of them.


But wait, didnt Bayern just beat Real in some grand international cup of Champions? TV and internet are sketchy up in the mountainous lake country of Kebec (it really is, you can only get Satellite internet and it aint cheap) but I am quite sure I saw that, though I have been drinking a lot lately? Maybe it was the ladies?

Yes, I get it that Kovac is not a big name and comes across as...well... sort of how you said, the players and most people probably dont respect him. Who should they sign then? Mourinho???? That 1 percent of respect I have for bayern would be gone if that happened.

I think they will get Sane in the end. I just hope you are correct and they do go down like a lead filled Zeppelin this season. But you Bayern fans are always such primadonnas, crying about your lack of ivory back scratchers, with that Hogish sense of entitlement and pigging out on everything and everyone, especially the rest of the league.

And wtf, who are these two defenders that you signed? OK, I know Pavard, but I dont know who this other 75 mil signing is?

I still dont want to see the football start for another couple of months, I know the WWEpl starts soon, but it is just way too early for my liking. Already getting all these messages about fantasy football shit.
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Post by VivaStPauli on Sat Jul 27, 2019 11:52 am

Hoeneß just needs to leave, after that, things will probably start to look up again.

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Post by Warrior on Sat Jul 27, 2019 12:19 pm

@elfmeter where are you in Quebec ? Most towns have high speed internet now unless you are in a fishing camp up north

That said, Bayern did nothing this summer, clearly they decided to go all-in with Alphonso Davies :coffee:
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Post by elfmeter on Sun Jul 28, 2019 10:02 am

I am only about an hour and a half north of Ottawa, but the only internet we could get for the new place was xplorenet sat, surprisingly I get good LTE cell service though.

Uli Hoesness will retire along with a few other old bastrds at Bayern.

https://www.bavarianfootballworks.com/2019/7/23/20707577/bayern-munich-uli-hoeness-club-president-retirement-supervisory-board-chairman-herbert-hainer-adidas

Whaaa 2nd div started this week already???? You cant play football in July! Isnt Europe going through its hottest heatwave in centuries?

Did not see it but HSV get a 98 min pk to manage a 1-1 with Darmstadt, Maybe they like it in te second div?
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