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[2013-09-13] FC Bayern II vs TSV Rain

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What is your prediction for this match?

Poll ended at Fri Sep 13, 2013 6:30 pm

FC Bayern München II will win
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It will end in a draw
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TSV 1896 Rain am Lech will win
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Total votes : 1

Re: [2013-09-13] FC Bayern II vs TSV Rain

Postby MUTU » Mon Sep 16, 2013 9:09 am

AdepT wrote:
MUTU wrote:the fact that our reserves would play in the DFB Pokal.

Reserve teams can't enter the Pokal. :P
The rule was amended in 2008.

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Re: [2013-09-13] FC Bayern II vs TSV Rain

Postby Firefox1234 » Mon Sep 16, 2013 9:30 am

AdepT wrote:
MUTU wrote:the fact that our reserves would play in the DFB Pokal.

Reserve teams can't enter the Pokal. :P
The rule was amended in 2008.

There's one thing I don't like is that reserve teams can't even make it to 2. Buli. It's just wrong.
I get the concept of not letting in reserve teams in the 1. Buli. But they should open the 2. Buli to them.
Even if a reserve team wins the 3. Buli, their players will have to play in 3.Buli again or look for better opportunities, if they can't make it the first team just yet. I feel this is wrong. The competition level in 2.Buli and 3.Buli is so much different.

I see what you mean but i think the 3.Liga is still a high enough level for youngsters around the age of 18-20 to thrive. Sadly not every player will get promoted to the first team and will be forced to move that is just the way it is. But i am eager to see this team in the 3.Liga. Playing Vfb Stuttgart II and BvB II would be very exciting matches. Also last time Bayern II played in that division youngsters like Kroos, Muller, Alaba, and Badstuber showed up and i would like to see more players get promoted....
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Re: [2013-09-13] FC Bayern II vs TSV Rain

Postby AdepT » Mon Sep 16, 2013 9:51 am

You missed the sugar-daddy team of 3.Buli - RB Leipzig. Their stadium size is around 45k. Plus Red Bull is pumping money in the team to bring them to 1. Buli under ten years of establishment, i.e. by 2019. RB is a play of words to represent officially Rasen Ballsport but everyone can see that it's meant for Red Bull. They were not allowed to name it that way and hence the smart use of abbreviation. They are currently fourth with same points as the third team.
This might be off-topic. I couldn't locate a 3. Buli thread and didn't see the need of making one now as we're yet to make it there.
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I read a comment on Guardian talking about them so I looked into it. The guy was talking about if DFB will let them enter the 2nd BuLi.
He mentioned something like that the 50+1 rule is applicable in 1. and 2. Buli only(I'm not sure but seems plausible). And we all know that Leverkusen and Wolfsburg were always 'factory/workers' teams, so they were given the license. However, DFB may/may not give RB Leipzig the license as they were formed in 2009 and are wholly controlled by Red Bull. Forgot to add that Ralf Rangnick is the Director of Sport. I haven't heard of the coach's name anywhere earlier.
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Re: [2013-09-13] FC Bayern II vs TSV Rain

Postby MUTU » Mon Sep 16, 2013 9:55 am

AdepT wrote:They were not allowed to name it that way

Double standards seeing as Bayer Leverkusen were allowed...
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Re: [2013-09-13] FC Bayern II vs TSV Rain

Postby AdepT » Mon Sep 16, 2013 10:16 am

MUTU wrote:
AdepT wrote:They were not allowed to name it that way

Double standards seeing as Bayer Leverkusen were allowed...

I mentioned it because they have always been known as such. They were traditionally a 'worker's club' or factory team and hence the permission. Bayer has always been the part of their name since establishment. But Red Bull's purpose was completely commercial. They bought a local club and renamed it and started investing their money. In contrast, Leverkusen owes it's formation to the workers' of the Bayer company.

As distinguished from the various Red Bull teams (Salzburg, New York and Leipzig) which has been established or redefined in the recent past primarily for commercial reasons, the formation of Bayer Leverkusen was motivated by the idea of promoting the conditions of living of the local factory workers at the beginning of the 20th century. In due consideration of the tradition of the factory squad UEFA allows Bayer Leverkusen, in contrast to Red Bull Salzburg, to use the brand name of Bayer in European club competitions. [source]
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