shwas55 wrote:Huggseybear31 wrote:Well as of right now if your going to sell Schweni this is the time his stock has raised soo much over the past month where we can actually get some realy money for him
I read earlier that people think hitzfiled itsnt a good motivater and if that is true then PERFECT guys we hav jurgen Klinsmen the most energentic coach coming here to bayern. I bealive that schweni took the next step in his career over this tournement
I bealive we must keep him if we dont we would be making a big mistake..... you guys are gonna laugh but i think schweni is our Christiano Ronaldo not so much on skill level but both players have Heart and Determination even tho germany lsot yesterday Schweni still never gave up in till that ref blew that final wisthle
I love bayern so much and as much as it kills me to say it i think we should sell shwieni.
As a german i have to say that Bayern holds the future of the mannschaft (poldi, shwieni, lahm, jensen, kroos,ottel), and only one out of those is getting regular first team football at bayern (lahm), i know to bayern fans the club might come first but as a nation our national team should come first.
As painful as it is to say, i think we should let at least 3 of the above players to leave to develop and become better players, we dont have to sell them we can just loan them to a team that guarantees them first team football, untill we have a place for them in the first team.
I dont want us to become like england struggling to pick 22 players, because of their lack of experience and playing time. English players are setting on the sidelines which stopping their development and thats why their national team is suffering badly.
We all love bayern but lets not be selfish.
shwas55 wrote:german fans will agree with me please anyone????
Jorge wrote:shwas55 wrote:german fans will agree with me please anyone????
I am a little older than most posters here and I have been a Bayern and Germany fan since the 70's.
I partially agree with you, mainly because Klinsmann might bring a new dimension to Bayern's game and there might be a place as a starter for Shwieni (he has to compete for a spot in the right wing with Sosa, Altintop and Kroos) IMO he can manage to break through, if he goes to Juventus or Tottenham he might not get a starting spot either, I remember one of Germany's most promising players who went to England very young: Robert Huth, putting aside his injuries: what England has done for him?.
Of all the young German prospects at Bayern Podolski is the one who needs to leave for the sake of Germany and his own. He has the potential to become one of the best attacking midfielders/ strikers in the world and Bayern has slowed him down in the last two years. If Klose recovers his form there is no place for him at Bayern, the left wing on the midfield where he can also play is owned by Ribery. I hope Podolski goes to Cologne for two years to find his rhythm with regular play, excels at National team level and lands a good contract in a top European team in two years. He has the potential for that.
olli-1-kahn wrote:Man Utd, Chelsea warned off Bayern Munich's Schweinsteiger
Manchester United and Chelsea have been warned off following up their interest in Germany winger Bastian Schweinsteiger.
The 23-year-old, a key figure as his country advanced to the Euro 2008 Final, is also a target for Inter Milan, but Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: "He is going nowhere, and neither is Lukas Podolski.
"We're getting tired of the speculation about these two players, because letting either one go is out of the question." [/b]
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