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Post by CBarca Sun May 20, 2012 5:43 pm

That kind of attitude is the last thing I'd expect from Germans to be honest. Perhaps I'm wrong, but aren't Germans known for stepping it up and finishing strong (and for this reason they are never underdogs)?

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Post by rwo power Sun May 20, 2012 6:02 pm

CBarca wrote:That kind of attitude is the last thing I'd expect from Germans to be honest. Perhaps I'm wrong, but aren't Germans known for stepping it up and finishing strong (and for this reason they are never underdogs)?
Well, very good question. I don't have an idea either. Kroos missed against Real and he is still young, so maybe he feared that responsibility, same with Contento (although he is half-Italian Razz), but then, Alaba is only 19 (and Austrian XD) and he scored against Real. Tymo and Van Buyten aren't German, so they are out of it, I guess, and neither are Olic and Robben. So the dubious ones are Boateng and Kroos. ^^ Lahm, Gomez and Neuer did score of course, so it was just Schweinsteiger who missed of the German contingent this time.
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Post by Kingofeverythingclassy Sun May 20, 2012 6:33 pm

Mulller was hysterical throwing water bottles & what not. Tymo kroos backed out.


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Post by The Messiah Mon May 21, 2012 12:30 am

He's the Captain of Bayern Munchen, even when Schweinsteiger was filled up with so much negativity he stood up.

I am really diss appointed in Toni Cruz , dead ball specialist afraid to take the pen, but he's only 22
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Post by Kingofeverythingclassy Mon May 21, 2012 5:59 am

The Messiah wrote:He's the Captain of Bayern Munchen, even when Schweinsteiger was filled up with so much negativity he stood up.

I am really diss appointed in Toni Cruz , dead ball specialist afraid to take the pen, but he's only 22

Again how old is David Alaba??

And how many matches did Contento play this year & last & yet he volunteered to be the 6th guy.

I love Kroos,he is a great talent. But he does not have THAT BALLS of STEEL which Alaba has. WHICH Muller has. Which Badstuber has.

I am sure if Bads was there he would have wanted to take the PK. Kroos is the only Bayern Youth Product who is phenomenally talented but has a looser attitude. That is why in the NT he will backing Schweni's ass for years to come. Because Schweni has heart & soul.

Kroos has only talent,no Soul.

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Post by Kingofeverythingclassy Mon May 21, 2012 7:51 am

Olic - I didn't want to take a penalty, but had no other choice... At the end I had to step forward as none of my team-mates wanted to take the responsibility.

Toni Kroos said no, Anatoliy Tymoschuk also declined. I was brave enough, but sadly Cech guessed in which corner I would shoot.

My shot wasn't that bad, but Cech was great.

I'm so sad. I didn't want to leave Bayern like that. I wanted to win the Champions League. I will never forget this sad night.

I want to see what Idro says to defend Kroos or so-called Ukraine's best player ever. 1 is a Dead Ball specialist & another is a 34 year old who takes or used to take PK's for his NT & past clubs

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Post by rwo power Mon May 21, 2012 8:17 am

So, I put the penalty shoot-out posts from the other Manuel Neuer thread to the appropriate one Smile

And yeah, as I mentioned before, I really was hugely disappointed in the players who chickened out. Kudos to those who actually had the courage to step up nonetheless, even when they failed.

Just for good measure:
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Post by vizkosity Mon May 21, 2012 9:17 am

kroos isnt ready. Dont be too hard on him. You simply cannot force someone to take a pk. It can be pretty devastating. If he doesn't feel composed or metally strong enough, there is no reason why he should be taking it.
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Post by The Messiah Thu May 24, 2012 2:23 pm

This look much better, please add the Playmaker-Goalkeeper link...
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Post by rwo power Thu May 24, 2012 2:34 pm

Thx! GK Club link added. If there are any other links or so, please tell me!
I will also add new videos and/or pictures to the above dedicated posts, whenever I get some.
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Post by The Messiah Sat May 26, 2012 7:47 pm

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Squad number: 1

Position: Goalkeeper

Date & place of birth: 27 March 1986 in Gelsenkirchen-Buer

Star sign: Aries

Nickname: "Manu" "Playmaker Goalkeeper"

Height/weight/shoe size: 1.93 m / 90 kg / 47 1/3

Marital status: Single, partner Kathrin

Education: Technical high school

Attributes: Ambitious, determined, social, honest


Hobbies: Tennis, traveling, skiing

Favourite food/drink: Pasta and Italian cooking in general / Spezi

Homepage: www.manuel-neuer.de, www.mnkf.de

Motto: "Take what's useful, leave out what's useless, and add a bit of yourself!"

Previous clubs: Schalke 04 (1991 - 2011)

Date signed: 1 July 2011
Contract until: 30 June 2016

Career record:
Champions League finalist 2012
DFB Cup finalist, 2012
DFB Cup winner, 2011
Third place at 2010 FIFA World Cup
U21 European Championship 2009
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Post by rwo power Tue Jun 12, 2012 8:30 pm

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team.dfb.de: Manuel, the second part of the French Open final is under way as we speak. You’re a great tennis fan yourself. Who do you keep your fingers crossed for, Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic?

Manuel Neuer: Djokovic, actually. I quite like the way he plays and how he presents himself off the court.

team.dfb.de: You used to be tennis player yourself. What was your style? Like Djokovic, with a powerful drive and attack on your mind? Or like Nadal?

Neuer: Neither of them are defensive players. True, Rafa is essentially a base-liner and doesn’t often come up to the net, but he knows how to dominate a match. The difference between the two is that perhaps there’s a little more variation to Djokovic’s game.

team.dfb.de: You dropped tennis at the age of fourteen – a difficult decision to take?

Neuer: Absolutely, but the dual burden of football and tennis was simply getting too much: on weekday afternoons, I went to two trainings, first football, then tennis, and on weekends I played football in the morning and turned up late for tennis later in the day, so I could only play doubles. It was getting too difficult to reconcile the two, so eventually I made the cut.

team.dfb.de: Was this a conscious kind of career move? Because you had a feeling that football would get you further?

Neuer: Calling it a "career move" would be taking it too far. It was just that sport was getting in the way of school, which I definitely didn’t mind as much as my parents did (laughs). They told me it was better for me to drop tennis. At the time I resented that, but today I’m grateful they made me do it.

team.dfb.de: Do you sometimes miss playing tennis?

Neuer: Oh, I do play once in a while, with friends or team-mates.

team.dfb.de: Any serious opponent?

Neuer: Oliver Bierhoff is said to be quite good, Andreas Köpke knows what a racket and ball are for, and Philipp Lahm is quite a good player.

team.dfb.de: From tennis to football. You became a goalkeeper, and quite a good one at that! You just need to read the papers after the Portugal match…

Neuer: I know how to rate my own performances. And anyway, what really counts for me is what my coaches and goalkeeper coaches tell me, not articles in the press. We analyse matches together, discussing whether I could or should have done things differently in given situations, whether I did or didn’t make the right choices. In the game against Portugal, I was not constantly tested…

team.dfb.de: Yes, but Ronaldo’s shot at goal in the 81st minute was not easy to stop, was it?

Neuer: Correct, but before that there were some pretty difficult set-pieces, where I had a hard time getting a hand to the ball, or swerved-in corner-kicks I could only fist away. Ronaldo’s was actually the first “real” shot at goal. It’s not easy for a keeper to have to wait so long for the first tricky ball.

team.dfb.de: In the 87th minute, Silvestre Varela appeared unmarked in front of goal - how hard was it to stop him from scoring?

Neuer: The hardest thing was that the situation should have been defused much earlier; I mean Ronaldo was lucky to be given a chance to lay that ball back at all. But as a goalie you’ve got to expect the unexpected, and I automatically tried to narrow down the angle, forcing Varela wide. His shot went where it really hurts – but that did not matter to me. The ball didn’t go in, full stop.

team.dfb.de: Would you say this is one of the things you had to get used to at FC Bayern – only rarely being in the thick of things but still having to concentrate 100 percent at all times?

Neuer: Yes, I really had to get used to that. While there had been matches like that with Schalke or with the national team, in my pre-Munich days there were very few occasions where I had practically nothing to do! In the first half of the Bundesliga season, for example, there were a great number of matches where I didn’t have to intervene at all until very late in the game.

team.dfb.de: In a nutshell – anybody can do great saves, but real class…

Neuer: I’d rather continue this phrase by saying ‘but the real challenge is for a goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet even if for 89 minutes you’ve had nothing to do.’ Believe it or not, I prefer it that way, ‘cause this means your own team dominates play big-time, doesn’t it?

team.dfb.de: Comparing the situation now with your first World Cup match in South Africa against Australia – has anything changed for you?

Neuer: Personally, I don’t think I’ve changed. What has is my status, my internal standing if you like. What I say carries more weight now, that’s the greatest difference. As far as my goalkeeping is concerned, I keep trying to project confidence and security and, if possible, assist with build-up play by speeding things up.

team.dfb.de: Do you keep an eye on how and where your team-mates are positioned, where on the pitch Germany might be numerically superior? For example, if the opposition take a corner, are you checking where our own strikers or midfielders are?

Neuer: There is no cut-and-dried answer to that question. In some situations I just know that a quick, long throw just won’t be called for, so all I do is concentrate on catching or parrying the ball. Having said that, the qualifying match against Turkey was a wonderful counter-example: from the corner of my eye I saw that their left-back was standing so out of position that I just had to throw the ball to Thomas Müller who was hovering up front. From there to Mario Gomez scoring was a matter of seconds. As a goalkeeper I always think about developing the game further. But the key thought will always be to have the ball and secure it. That’s my prime obligation, everything else is just a nice-to-have item.

team.dfb.de: How do you think will "modern" goalkeeping look like in 30 years’ time?

Neuer: I don’t think there will be any far-reaching changes at all. We might see keepers moving even further up-field, say 25-30 meters away from goal, to receive and distribute balls, just as I do sometimes. But I don’t think we’ll ever be some kind of 11th field player, dribbling or getting involved in offensive play.

team.dfb.de: Let’s preview Wednesday’s match against the Netherlands. You have special ties to our neighbours, haven’t you?

Neuer: Yes, I grew up in Gelsenkirchen-Buer, in the heart of (the German federal state of) North-Rhine-Westphalia, so we didn’t have far to drive to the Dutch border. In fact, quite often we went there on holiday, to the island of Ameland for example, which was a popular destination for our parish youth group. Sun and sand, lots of football, three weeks of bliss! But talking of ties to the Netherlands, don’t forget the Dutch team-mates I’ve had – quite a lot of them at Schalke, and now of course there’s Arjen Robben at FC Bayern.

team.dfb.de: Your fan’s take on the sporting rivalry between the two neighbouring nations?

Neuer: I can still remember playing in an Under-16 youth exhibition match in the Schalke Parkstadion just before a Germany vs. Netherlands international. And it became apparent to me that for players and fans on either side, such matches are something special.

team.dfb.de: Tell us something about Manuel Neuer the supporter. Back then, were you true to your level-headed self or rather the hot-blooded type?

Neuer: The former, to be honest. But the beauty of it is, football supporters are one of a kind, no matter whether you’ve got a degree or have barely made it to C-levels, are rich or poor, young or old. It’s a world with no hierarchies, where social status doesn’t mean anything. But I wasn’t much of ring leader or anything whipping up the crowd, I just went with the flow.

team.dfb.de: The Netherlands have a superb attacking force, with Robbie van Persie and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar top scorers in their respective leagues –are you looking forward to what promises to be a special challenge?

Neuer: Sure, we are fully aware of that, but that apart, I’m just looking forward to meeting the Dutch in a tournament context.
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Post by rwo power Sat Jun 16, 2012 6:26 pm

Just found and added this:

Spoiler:

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Post by rwo power Fri Jun 29, 2012 1:23 pm

Just found this when I was looking for a pic of Manu Neuer's defensive action from the Italy match:

Spoiler:

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Post by rwo power Sun Sep 16, 2012 1:44 pm

Spoiler:

True Bayern captain. "Eh, Toni, stop being lazy and play!"


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Post by la bestia negra Sun Sep 16, 2012 2:23 pm

^ my new sig
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Post by Onyx Sun Sep 16, 2012 4:01 pm

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Post by The Messiah Sun Sep 16, 2012 4:46 pm

This already on play-maker goalkeeper thread..
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Post by CBarca Sun Sep 16, 2012 5:53 pm

New FIFA 13 skill game ftw?
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Post by rwo power Sun Sep 16, 2012 6:53 pm

The Messiah wrote:This already on play-maker goalkeeper thread..
I was there even before Razz
https://goallegacy.forumotion.com/t21544-1-manuel-neuer#706839
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Post by The 14th Sun Sep 16, 2012 6:57 pm

Lol i love neuer, not even alonso can do that Very Happy..he probably can lol. Such a cool goalkeeper this lad is.
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Post by vizkosity Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:12 pm

pretty sure that was mostly based on luck but still.... :bow:
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Post by McAgger Sun Sep 16, 2012 9:42 pm

haha Laughing I must admit, Neuer is probably the coolest gk in the world.
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Post by rwo power Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:51 am

Just found this in another forum:

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