[source]Borusse wrote:Hummels was always an honest player, always fair to the club and fans, selfcritical when needed. When everybody else was looking for release clauses and didnt want to extend their contracts Hummels signed a long-term deal with Dortmund, without a buy-out clause, without demands for super high wages. If there is one thing I believe in then I believe in Hummels, he is a true Borusse.
If there was an agreement with Barca Hummels would say it, Im 100% sure of it. He said that there is no topic though, his father said the same. Its definitely enough for me. If it was about Gundogan or even Reus, I would have my doubts, but I dont have any in this case.
theundead wrote:runaway wrote:Borussia surpass Juve’s Champions League record. [source]Four games, four wins, a 13-1 goal difference. Never before have Borussia Dortmund started a UEFA Champions League campaign so well. Never before has a team started a campaign in European club football's premier competition so well. BVB have surpassed the previous record held by Juventus.
Good Klopp, Bad Klopp.
Pep, its time to break another record!!!
yellow14 wrote:I think what's happened to Dortmund is horrible for the league. I've been a Bayern fan for over 40 years, and I'm appalled at how the club has worked to destroy them. It's myopic and overly aggressive.
And then there's Pep and how he's changed Bayern. Bayern doesn't look like Bayern anymore. All of it has really left a poor taste in my mouth.
I'll be pulling for Dortmund as long as these polices continue. I respect what they've done, how they've done it, and how they represent German football.
tflags wrote:If Dortmund goes down in relegation a big part of the blame will be bestowed on Bayern. Reus' transfer is simply risking the DFB to take a closer look at what the law typifies as a 'predominant player.' In light of unfair and monopolistic non-sporting practices by the mentioned subject Bayern could even be suspended from further and continuous damage to Dortmund by targetting their players. Further sanctions could come into play as well.
yellow14 wrote:I'll be pulling for Dortmund as long as these polices continue.
quaazi wrote:yellow14 wrote:I'll be pulling for Dortmund as long as these polices continue.
yeah that sounds like a bayern fan of 40 years
runaway wrote:If both their CL and their league performance were poor, we can categorically say Bayern has weakened BVB significantly. But they even broke Juve's record in CL. It's not like all their dropped points in the league have been down to them playing so badly but from numerous wasted chances then that momentary lost focus of their defense.
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