Ottomeister13 wrote:That is an immense accomplishment, even in the fashion HOW they did it, 19 points ahead of Dortmund. Normally a team is not focussed a lot after winning all in a season, but Pep managed them to be focussed.
theundead wrote:the media are going to be all over him.
hoping that he realizes his mistake (and the MLS coach realizes his mistakes as well) and apologizes in the press conference or something. this is bad publicity for the club. One moment of madness spoiled a very good spectacle of Football/soccer.
Pep could have acted a little better but i see where all the anger is coming from. He lost Kroos and the thought of Schweini not being available for the start of the season can upset a coach even like pep. Add to that the conditions the WC winners came through. They could have easily remained on vacations but they did not, for the fans, for the love of the game. And what did they get? A completely unnecessary and avoidable foul on Schweini that might be very, very dangerous for him and Bayern.
bigdrop wrote:Bayern didn't need this trip. They didn't need to play in front of 25,000 with empty seats in NJ nor in front of 19,800 in Oregon. They actually should have been in the "Big House" in Ann Arbor, Michigan where Real and Man U played before 109,000 a few days ago.
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