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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Tedesco » Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:55 am

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Firefox1234 » Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:47 am

The english and spanish giants still have a considerable lead I think
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Tedesco » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:17 pm

I saw that real madrid has like 79 million followers. So yeah, we still are lagging behind.

One thing to consider thou is that a year ago this number was like 10 million. The growth is astonishing.
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby nm462272 » Thu Oct 02, 2014 3:08 pm

FCB is also gaining popularity in the US... just yesterday I saw a kid, probably 13-14, with the new Müller home jersey in a pizza place. Never used to see Bayern jerseys in the past!
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:34 pm

What is so amazing is that they're posting a new million milestone every other day. I'm quite sure it was only a couple of years ago that we hit 10 million.
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Ottomeister13 » Fri Oct 03, 2014 12:17 am

The FB page exists as of august 2010.. But the last 2 years they gained a lot of followers..
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Firefox1234 » Tue Oct 07, 2014 8:48 pm

Great video! =D>
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby pyrasur » Tue Oct 07, 2014 9:10 pm

That guy makes great videos :)
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby runaway » Mon Oct 20, 2014 2:58 pm

Bayern Women's team is currently ahead on GD above Wolfsburg with 20 points. Men's team is also 20 points. :D
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby JJJ » Mon Oct 20, 2014 5:51 pm

runaway wrote:Bayern Women's team is currently ahead on GD above Wolfsburg with 20 points. Men's team is also 20 points. :D

Look at goals scored, conceded - both. ;)
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby DerKaiser » Sat Oct 25, 2014 7:57 am

Statistics are like miniskirts . What they reveal is tantalizing, but what they hide is crucial.
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby prasun77 » Mon Nov 03, 2014 1:48 pm

behold herr rummenigge....the pantamine villain and adversary of bundesliga!
Bayern Munich's dominance in Germany shows how greed can wreck football
Marco Reus scored against Bayern Munich on Saturday. Don’t worry, they won’t let it happen next year.
Reus is the among the last remaining jewels at Borussia Dortmund, a lightning-quick winger or attacking midfielder, and the German Footballer of the Year in 2012.
At 25, he is approaching the peak of his career, as his goal against Munich demonstrated. It was a scintillating counter-attacking move, ending with a perfect Reus header to convert a cross by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Ultimately meaningless, though.
In the second half Munich pulverised Dortmund, as should happen considering they have spent the last two years picking off their best players. Robert Lewandowski, ex-Dortmund, scored the equaliser, Franck Ribery, on for Mario Gotze — ex-Dortmund — won a late penalty that Arjen Robben converted.
And Reus is next. He has a buy-out clause in his contract, active this coming summer, for the lowly fee of £19.6million. Munich fully intend to trigger it and are at the head of a queue of clubs, including Liverpool and perhaps Manchester City.
Indeed, so public is Munich’s courtship that Dortmund have been forced to issue a statement warning them off further comment.
‘We know that Reus has a lot of quality,’ Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Munich’s chief executive officer, said in August, ‘and we know his clause. If a German international has an exit clause and his contract is running out, Bayern is obliged to think about him. For us a young German national player of such quality is interesting, but I do not want to make unrest in Dortmund.’
Of course not, perish the thought. Having taken Lewandowski and Gotze from their main rivals in consecutive seasons, and seen them plummet to 17th place in an 18-team league as a result, the last thing Munich would wish to do is screw Dortmund entirely.
The latest edition of Der Klassiker, as hopeful pundits have taken to calling matches between Munich and Dortmund, sounds as if it was close, with just an 85th-minute penalty separating the teams, but you had to see it. The balance of play was little different to Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers.
Munich had 25 shots to Dortmund’s 10 (Chelsea 18 QPR 7), of which 14 were on target against Dortmund’s four (Chelsea 8 QPR 1). Munich had nine corners to Dortmund’s two (Chelsea 13 QPR 2) and enjoyed 65 per cent of possession to Dortmund’s 35 (the same, in Chelsea’s favour). So Munich played Dortmund like QPR. A very skilled, counter-attacking QPR — but QPR nonetheless.
That is the gulf between the teams at the moment. That is where Financial Fair Play has brought us. Der Klassiker? It’s a mismatch — and about to get worse.
They obviously don’t do irony at Bayern Munich, either, because answering fears of one-club domination in the Bundesliga, Rummenigge said that the Premier League is lucky because as many as five clubs can win the title. Lucky. As if it is some quirk, some little twist of fate, that English football has contrived to maintain its competitive integrity against the odds.
The only good fortune that English football had is that men like Rummenigge were not allowed to regulate it sooner. Up to him, and it would be over: a two-horse race conducted by Manchester United and Arsenal each year, slightly more interesting than the current Bundesliga, but not much.
Do you know the reason English football does not have a Klassiker or a Clasico? Because it’s not about the same two teams almost every season. There will be odd exceptions, such as Atletico Madrid’s magnificent campaign in 2013-14, but in Spain and Germany it is now accepted that two big beasts dominate. At least Real Madrid and Barcelona are equals, though.
In Germany, Munich have successfully neutered the opposition and are unassailable. Saturday night’s match confirmed it. Once Munich equalised, it was obvious they would win. This was no grand contest. It was like watching an elite club beat up an inferior, wave after wave of pressure, pinning them in their own half. The distance between Dortmund’s midfield and their lone forward grew greater. The game’s third goal was a matter of time.
And the reason five teams can win the Premier League? Owner investment. The gift to competition that Rummenigge and his cronies among the traditional elite fought so hard to outlaw. Munich were at the forefront of the move to hound new money out of the game, for fear it would impact on their own selfish interests.
If they could remove the threat of wealthy owners, pulling up a club by its bootstraps, they would have the field to themselves. And they have succeeded in Germany; but not here.
If Rummenigge had his way, Chelsea and Manchester City would be mired in their historic forms, unable to grow or challenge. City, in particular, stormed the fortress just in time. The drawbridge is raised now. There is no way in. Southampton are bucking a trend this season and it would be wonderful if they could maintain this form all the way into club football’s greatest competition.
But long-term? A threat to Bayern Munich? Are you mad? Rummenigge wasn’t including Southampton in the Premier League’s big five. He meant the two Manchester clubs, Arsenal and Chelsea, plus Liverpool. And two of them, at least, are interlopers.
UEFA’s Financial Fair Play ethos has now been warped by the elite to make sure the sudden growth of Chelsea and City cannot happen again. Yet that ambition is exactly what the German league needs to remain competitive.
If Munich can routinely plunder the second biggest club in Germany for players, how can they ever lose?
They would have to make a monumental error — as Manchester United did the summer after Sir Alex Ferguson departed — to surrender supreme status. And even then it would be temporary, as United’s fall will surely be.
Yet what if, instead of importing Angel di Maria, Radamel Falcao or Daley Blind, Manchester United went shopping each summer in this country? That they could pluck Sergio Aguero from Manchester City or John Terry from Chelsea, so that every leap forward for them was a stumble backwards for their competitors? That is where Munich are right now and for the foreseeable future.
Imagine a repeat of the Robin van Persie transfer every summer so that Arsenal then lost Jack Wilshere to United and maybe Alexis Sanchez at the end of this season. That is what is happening in Germany: one club so strong that it can take from any rival. There is much to admire in German football. Not least the connection with the fans, and the national team — but not this.
One counter-argument is that, if Reus becomes the third player to leave Dortmund for Munich in consecutive seasons, at least his club will get serious money to rebuild and come at their adversaries again. Yet that isn’t the case. Reus is from Dortmund but slipped through the net. He was in their ranks as a teenager but left to get regular games for Rot Weiss Ahlen in 2006.
In the end, it cost Dortmund £13.4m to buy him back from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2012. And the only way they could do it is by inserting that notorious buy-out clause.
Now why would a young player, returning to his hometown club — the reigning champions at the time — wish to have a getaway option just three years later? Maybe Reus saw the writing on the wall. He wanted to be available in case Bayern Munich came calling.
It is not credible that a player at Chelsea or Manchester City would ask for a break in his contract to facilitate interest from Manchester United. The executives employed by Sheik Mansour and Roman Abramovich would never agree to it.
And that’s why there is no English Klassiker and five teams can win our league. Because we have thrived despite Rummenigge’s most selfish intentions — and because two clubs that are everything he hates got through just in time. [source]
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby MatZam » Mon Nov 03, 2014 1:59 pm

Bayern Munich have been cherry-picking the best talent in Germany
They look set to do so again next summer with Marco Reus
He scored for Borussia Dortmund but they lost Der Klassiker to Bayern
The Premier League has five teams that can challenge for the title
The Bundesliga is currently dominated by one - Bayern
Rio Ferdinand has jeopardised his future after his 'sket' tweet

From the same DailyFail article - spot the odd one out :lol:

Better get used to it, each time we face off against Dortmund or win the league it's going to be like this. Apparently running a smart business model instead of selling your soul to an an Arab or Russian is wrong...
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby nm462272 » Mon Nov 03, 2014 3:33 pm

Had to stop reading that article halfway through, and there are way too many hypocritical and nonsensical points to discuss. It's like I mentioned elsewhere: if all that was standing between 2nd place and 17th place for Dortmund was Lewandowski, then they have bigger problems than Bayern. I normally don't care if Bayern gets Reus or not, but when I read things like this, I want us to get him just to see people mad 8)
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby JANCKER » Mon Nov 03, 2014 5:14 pm

Bayern Munich's dominance in Germany shows how greed can wreck football
Marco Reus scored against Bayern Munich on Saturday. Don’t worry, they won’t let it happen next year.


Stopped reading there. :lol:
This makes me want Reus even more, how I see it again all top English clubs are after this guy and that's not only a blow for Dortmund but to all BPL too, if he chooses Bayern over all other English BPL teams. I want REUS at Bayern, I want him nowwww!!! I See what you did there mister author, stop being jealous. =P~
I didn't bother to read it further but probably he didn't mention the fact that he's leaving BVB with Bayern in the way or not, but that's of secondary importance if you're a jealous HATER. Some people still see Germans as nazis, they really don't care about BVB or Bayern.
Hey mr. Author, I got something else for you, we'll continue to humiliate your hometown champions every single year.
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