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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby ramsej84 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:52 pm

It is time (actually it has been long time ago) to find a new club for Robben.
I compare Robben with my car :shock: Always with a new problem.
Enough is enough, I think he spent more time in the clinic rather than on the Sabeber strasse's pitches!
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby MoFattal » Fri Oct 05, 2012 1:54 pm

ramsej84 wrote:It is time (actually it has been long time ago) to find a new club for Robben.


No!

On another note, was he called for the Holland NT?
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby tflags » Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:02 pm

MoFattal wrote:Oh Shit! It is getting serious now.


Nah, you just have to look it the other way around. It is just his mandatory first half season rest period. He should be back after the holidays. The December holidays.
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby lau03143 » Wed Oct 10, 2012 3:50 pm

ramsej84 wrote:It is time (actually it has been long time ago) to find a new club for Robben.
I compare Robben with my car :shock: Always with a new problem.
Enough is enough, I think he spent more time in the clinic rather than on the Sabeber strasse's pitches!
I am sorry :x


There will be a time when this comes, but it's not now.

I think he's got at least another season after this in him. But his injuries and length to recover is concerning.
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby nur4bayern » Wed Oct 10, 2012 4:50 pm

Robben has been this way his entire career. Injury prone, intolerant to pain, bad luck, whatever it is, it's always the same story with him. While brilliant on the pitch, he seems more likely to be watching a match from the grandstands rather than playing in one and that doesn't help Bayern.

Put it this way, if you're the CEO of a successful business and your top salesman is out sick more than he works, eventually you will have to let him go. The same logic needs to apply in sport, which is a business too.
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby MUTU » Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:30 pm

nur4bayern wrote:Robben has been this way his entire career. Injury prone, intolerant to pain, bad luck, whatever it is, it's always the same story with him. While brilliant on the pitch, he seems more likely to be watching a match from the grandstands rather than playing in one and that doesn't help Bayern.

Put it this way, if you're the CEO of a successful business and your top salesman is out sick more than he works, eventually you will have to let him go. The same logic needs to apply in sport, which is a business too.

Wrong analogy. If your employer knew about your medical conditions and how often you are sick before he employs you, then he has no right to sack you. I would lose all kind of respect for the Bayern scouting team if they weren't aware of Robben's injury history before he was signed.
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby lau03143 » Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:34 pm

MUTU wrote:
nur4bayern wrote:Robben has been this way his entire career. Injury prone, intolerant to pain, bad luck, whatever it is, it's always the same story with him. While brilliant on the pitch, he seems more likely to be watching a match from the grandstands rather than playing in one and that doesn't help Bayern.

Put it this way, if you're the CEO of a successful business and your top salesman is out sick more than he works, eventually you will have to let him go. The same logic needs to apply in sport, which is a business too.

Wrong analogy. If your employer knew about your medical conditions and how often you are sick before he employs you, then he has no right to sack you. I would lose all kind of respect for the Bayern scouting team if they weren't aware of Robben's injury history before he was signed.


His susceptibility to injury is a calculated risk you take with Robben.
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby FCB general » Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:56 pm

MUTU wrote:
nur4bayern wrote:Robben has been this way his entire career. Injury prone, intolerant to pain, bad luck, whatever it is, it's always the same story with him. While brilliant on the pitch, he seems more likely to be watching a match from the grandstands rather than playing in one and that doesn't help Bayern.

Put it this way, if you're the CEO of a successful business and your top salesman is out sick more than he works, eventually you will have to let him go. The same logic needs to apply in sport, which is a business too.

Wrong analogy. If your employer knew about your medical conditions and how often you are sick before he employs you, then he has no right to sack you. I would lose all kind of respect for the Bayern scouting team if they weren't aware of Robben's injury history before he was signed.

Exactly. We knew what's Robben's situation with injuries 8 years ago when he was playing for Chelsea, even PSV. So I don't see any problems with that, we were aware of his situation and despite injury prone we bought Arjen. In first season that wasn't a big issue, but season later it was.

We accepted this challenge and we can't regret for this transfer, specially now when we have Shaqiri, Müller and Kroos. :)
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby Firefox1234 » Wed Oct 10, 2012 7:26 pm

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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby nur4bayern » Thu Oct 11, 2012 4:38 am

FCB general wrote:
MUTU wrote:
nur4bayern wrote:Robben has been this way his entire career. Injury prone, intolerant to pain, bad luck, whatever it is, it's always the same story with him. While brilliant on the pitch, he seems more likely to be watching a match from the grandstands rather than playing in one and that doesn't help Bayern.

Put it this way, if you're the CEO of a successful business and your top salesman is out sick more than he works, eventually you will have to let him go. The same logic needs to apply in sport, which is a business too.

Wrong analogy. If your employer knew about your medical conditions and how often you are sick before he employs you, then he has no right to sack you. I would lose all kind of respect for the Bayern scouting team if they weren't aware of Robben's injury history before he was signed.

Exactly. We knew what's Robben's situation with injuries 8 years ago when he was playing for Chelsea, even PSV. So I don't see any problems with that, we were aware of his situation and despite injury prone we bought Arjen. In first season that wasn't a big issue, but season later it was.

We accepted this challenge and we can't regret for this transfer, specially now when we have Shaqiri, Müller and Kroos. :)


Although I respect your perspectives, I stick with my opinion of Robben. He is out injured more than he plays, time for him to go before he loses even more value on the transfer market.
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby MoFattal » Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:40 am

Firefox1234 wrote:At least he will get his rest.....

http://www.goal.com/en/news/article?contentId=3440304


That article is about RvP man. Robben was not called for the NT anyway.
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby quaazi » Thu Oct 11, 2012 9:59 am

That contract extension he was given still makes no sense, but eh, let's roll with it.
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby Commodore » Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:07 pm

nur4bayern wrote:Although I respect your perspectives, I stick with my opinion of Robben. He is out injured more than he plays, time for him to go before he loses even more value on the transfer market.



Guys,

if you want us to sell Robben, you're fan of the wrong club, sorry.
We don't sell players for profit. We're not in the player trading business. I wouldn't be at all surprised if he ends up staying with us till the end of his career.

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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby Firefox1234 » Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:22 pm

Commodore wrote:This isn't some football manager computer game, where players are merely pixels and a few 1s and 0s. They are human beings and the FC Bayern is just about the club in the world that acknowledges this fact the most.


Its too early to let Robben loose just yet since the season is still in its infancy he may recover for the bulk of it and he stayed pretty healthy last year. But If Robben is going to play half to less than half a season cause of injury i dont think Bayern management are that sentimental where they will keep Robben and his wages on the team. I understand Bayern arent in the player trading game but this sport we love is a business and Bayern would not be the successful club we know on and of the pitch if they didnt look at it both ways and im not trying to be harsh, but in buisness where cruel things are done for the good of the club
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Re: Arjen Robben

Postby nur4bayern » Fri Oct 12, 2012 2:53 am

Commodore wrote:
nur4bayern wrote:Although I respect your perspectives, I stick with my opinion of Robben. He is out injured more than he plays, time for him to go before he loses even more value on the transfer market.



Guys,

if you want us to sell Robben, you're fan of the wrong club, sorry.
We don't sell players for profit. We're not in the player trading business. I wouldn't be at all surprised if he ends up staying with us till the end of his career.

This isn't some football manager computer game, where players are merely pixels and a few 1s and 0s. They are human beings and the FC Bayern is just about the club in the world that acknowledges this fact the most.


I've been a FC Bayern fan since 1969 so f*ck you about saying I'm a fan of the wrong club.
We've sold players in the past for not being the right fit for Bayern and Robben is no exception.
If he were German or a product of our youth system maybe, but he's not. You do realize that the Dutch don't particularly like Germans, do you?
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