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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby MUTU » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:20 pm

BayernIsDBest wrote:Kahn should be his coach

Yeah, then we'd have a new prediction game... guess Neuer's black eyes :lol: Possibilities are:
- no black eyes
- left black eye
- right black eye
- both black eyes.
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby München Minded » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:31 pm

That would definitely be something curious of Kahn ever became a GK coach over Neuer. Kahn's the kind of guy though to use it to his advantage, so if Neuer is hurt he would stand in as keeper again for old times sake ;)
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby quaazi » Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:15 pm

I have no idea what you mean by "aerial clumsiness and movement from the line", but he sure could train that aura of fear into Neuer. Kahn had the kind of face you want to run away from really fast, Neuer has the kind of face you want to pinch the cheeks of.
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby lau03143 » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:28 pm

quaazi wrote:I have no idea what you mean by "aerial clumsiness and movement from the line"


I think he runs like an ostrich! A bit uncoordinated and can flap a bit at crosses... But he does distribute the ball very quickly and is a major plus for him.
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby quaazi » Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:06 pm

lau03143 wrote: A bit uncoordinated and can flap a bit at crosses...

That sounds more like a vampire than an ostrich, to be honest.
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby MUTU » Tue Mar 13, 2012 1:18 pm

quaazi wrote:
lau03143 wrote: A bit uncoordinated and can flap a bit at crosses...

That sounds more like a vampire than an ostrich, to be honest.

Good one! :lol: Nice double meaning
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby lau03143 » Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:01 pm

Sepp Maier says he wouldn't have signed Neuer...

http://www.goal.com/en/news/596/exclusive/2012/03/13/2964084/sepp-maier-i-would-not-have-signed-neuer-for-bayern-munich

Former Germany international Sepp Maier has stated that he would not have signed Manuel Neuer for Bayern Munich last summer.

The Bundesliga giants lured Neuer away from Schalke ahead of the 2011-12 campaign, but Maier feels that they already had a good goalkeeper in Thomas Kraft, while also stating Michael Rensing should never have been sold.

After Neuer's arrival at FCB, Kraft opted to join Hertha Berlin, while Rensing currently plays for Koln after leaving the Allianz Arena in 2010.

"Bayern have made a mistake in the past. I would never have let go of Rensing and Kraft. They could have prepared both of them for the spot between the sticks before Neuer's arrival," Maier said to Goal.com.

"I would not have signed Neuer, but Bayern always want the best players, and he is a world-class goalkeeper.

"However, I know Michael and Thomas, and they would both have made it at Bayern as well. It's clear though that Neuer is on another level."

The 1974 World Cup winner then went on to discuss the position of Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes, who has come under fire following the Bavarians' disappointing performances after the winter break.

"It's madness that people are discussing firing him. He's doing a good job and is a nice guy, something you can't say of all the previous Bayern coaches. He has a good relationship with the team as well."

Maier also took the time to talk about Germany's chances at Euro 2012, and the legendary shot-stopper believes that the national side have what it takes to go all the way if they survive the group stages.

"They have a good chance to become European champions if they get through the group stages. Germany have been drawn in what is by far the strongest group."

The 68-year-old is not surprised with Germany's success under head coach Joachim Low, and is full of praise for the former assistant.

"I was there when Jurgen Klinsmann was in charge, but Low was doing all the work already back then. I knew that things would go like this when Klinsmann left. You could already see that Low would continue the great work."

Germany start Euro 2012 with a match against Portugal on June 9, and will also have to deal with Netherlands and Denmark in Group B.


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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:12 pm

Well I agree with most of what he said. Neuer is a class above them but Kraft would have made it, I believe. I agree on the other points too.
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby Miss Dangerous » Tue Mar 13, 2012 5:12 pm

Sepp Maier: I would not have signed Neuer for Bayern Munich

Former Germany international Sepp Maier has stated that he would not have signed Manuel Neuer for Bayern Munich last summer.

The Bundesliga giants lured Neuer away from Schalke ahead of the 2011-12 campaign, but Maier feels that they already had a good goalkeeper in Thomas Kraft, while also stating Michael Rensing should never have been sold.

After Neuer's arrival in Munich, Kraft opted to join Hertha Berlin, while Rensing currently plays for Koln after leaving the Allianz Arena in 2010.

"Bayern have made a mistake in the past. I would never have let go of Rensing and Kraft. They could have prepared both of them for the spot between the sticks before Neuer's arrival," Maier said to Goal.com.

"I would not have signed Neuer, but Bayern always want the best players, and he is a world-class goalkeeper.

"However, I know Michael and Thomas, and they would both have made it at Bayern as well. It's clear though that Neuer is on another level."
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby quaazi » Tue Mar 13, 2012 7:13 pm

You can see where he's coming from. Take note how he agrees that Neuer is the best of the lot, though. Looks like he doesn't like the huge price Bayern played while shunning the local boys rather than any performance related issues.
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Tue Mar 13, 2012 7:20 pm

quaazi wrote:You can see where he's coming from. Take note how he agrees that Neuer is the best of the lot, though. Looks like he doesn't like the huge price Bayern played while shunning the local boys rather than any performance related issues.


Exactly. And of course Rensing and Kraft were two GKs under his care.
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby sch0ll7 » Wed Mar 14, 2012 6:35 am

They had their chances...Rensing had a lot of time to prove his worth.

he didnt take it...and that is it.

Bayern is too big and there are a lot of expectations...there is no room for experimenting for 10 years.
GK position is one of the most important positions...as for direct and indirect defending...defenders defend better when they are confident they have a top class GK behind them.
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby es_bih » Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:26 am

Did he say the same about Neuer when we got him?
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby FCB general » Thu Mar 15, 2012 10:12 am

sch0ll7 wrote:Bayern is too big and there are a lot of expectations...there is no room for experimenting for 10 years.
GK position is one of the most important positions...as for direct and indirect defending...defenders defend better when they are confident they have a top class GK behind them.

Unfortunately for future GKs at under young Bayern teams, it's something what every of them must have on own mind. I think the only exeption would be something like GK talent as Casillas if he rises to the surface someday. Then we can our home-boy put in action and get the same stuff as Real 10 years ago.

But I don't belive in that scenario. :)
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Re: Manuel Neuer

Postby Lindi33 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:34 pm

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MANUEL NEUER :wink:
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