#12 wrote:pyrasur wrote:Uh still a German citizen buddy.
Aaaaaah - didn't know that...
Not sure about Javi - he think's Javi is a CB, apparently...
Bayernbazi wrote:I know how dangerous it has become to post under this thread without the risk of causing a hurricane, well that shows how Pep has divided the fan opinions. After all this is what an online fan forum is about, just like a virtual club.
I myself did not hesitate to post about my disappointment with him during these past 2 years and no it was not about the expectation of winning the treble each year, but yes I would have expected that at least we would have challenged in 1 CL final, not losing to top BL teams due to what looked like repetition of the same errors and was especially angry when he flew of to Barcelona drooling all over the place about Messi. I acknowledge that last season the unending injuries curse did not help him either.......those were already debated at length and I don't wish to re-open those chapters.
However fans debating/criticising for their idea of good for club is one thing but the poison darts that the media with a dubious agenda is throwing at the man, should upset any fan, in my opinion. Guys remember the noise they made during the past 2 seasons when Bayern ran away with the league and suggested all sorts of stupidities so that the Bundesliga is not made to look so bad ? and it is all Pep's fault for bringing new things so, every small gesture is put under the microscope.
Let's see if we will also get more bad calls from referees to give the media more poison for the man during the new season.
When a team wins the chemistry can only get better.....anyone remember how Robben was crucified by fans booing and media making a meal out of it in 2012 but when things got better it looked like it never happened
I had fresh hopes for this season with the refresh of the squad and wished that we could finally see the blooming of his ideas during this season. However this poisoning of Pep by the media which certainly has an agenda far away from the good of the club is putting spokes in the wheels.
If the club decided on the man then I hope that the man is allowed to carry out his plan without foreign interference and hopefully no injuries overdose. May yesterday's win over Real will be the start of something great...to shut up the trash media.
Love the man or hate him but when watching the recent games on channels outside Germany, although the pundits still mention his failures, are always full of respect for him....none of the comments one usually hears about Murinho.
Badger wrote:The overriding factors about Pep for me are that, if he weren't there we wouldn't have anyone else more likely to take the club to CL glory, and he has the club on the verge of domestic records. I'd bet, if I were a betting man, that we'll have a couple of less successful managers at Bayern before we have a better one.
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