SchwanMunich wrote:Pep did such a great job at Barca I was more than willing to give him time to create something special here. But TBH I just don't get what he's trying to do. Several of our players are playing poorly and things get changed so much from game to game.
Pep seems to overthink and over analyze everything. I read his book and while I was impressed I think he's a bit crazy. One minute he thinks one way, and the next minute he's completely changed tactics. He's here for 3 years total so I will judge his performance once he's done. But in the meantime, it is frustrating watching such a dominant Bayern side get hammered by teams like Madrid and Wolfsburg. And after watching games like that it's hard to not put the blame on the coach.
I really hope Pep gets things figured out. This team has loads and loads of talent. Pep has done it in the past so he knows what it takes. Anything can happen and you never know we could be celebrating another champions league victory in a few months. It is easy to get shortsighted and forget how quickly things can change.
I remember being very critical of Low and he took Germany to the the top, maybe the same will happen with Pep and Bayern. He's still got time and once again he has done it in the past. Anything can happen in football. I'll continue supporting Pep and bayern and hope when the time comes Bayern will be ready for the occasion.
Ottomeister13 wrote:But you can expect from this team to atleast create chances, which they didnt really in Lwiw... Against a team that didnt even have a important match for more then 70 days.. So i wonder how Bayern would do like this against Chelsea or Atletico..
Ottomeister13 wrote:Well, Chelsea is known since 2012 everywhere in Bayern. Imagine they stand in and around their own goal and we are not able to create anything..
prasun77 wrote:Firefox1234 wrote:People have forgotten how many of us wanted Jupp fired before he won the treble, he was smart to retire while he was on top
But Jupp really showed up in his second season ..but we just got hammered 4-1 by folks like Bas dost!
Ottomeister13 wrote:Mourinho is at it again.. He claims he was the Chosen one to be PSG's coach when they started their money throwing project, but it was not the right time to leave RM. Then they asked him again, but he decided to go back to Chelsea. Because ofcourse, its all tougher compared to the BL because Bayern runs away at the top.
Ooh yeah, Dear Jose, when does it go into your thick dumb head, that you had all the spending money in the world at RM, Chelsea and even PSG if you would have gone there..
pyrasur wrote:It's right to expect better from the team. Guardiola should have subbed Alonso off, gotten Lewandowski on sooner imo. Heynckes made the exact same type of mistakes, choking big in the CL final with his substitution of Müller and letting Chelsea back in the game. But looking at the balance of the season, there is no reason to wring hands yet. Better to lose form now, and start peaking again near the end of the season then repeat what Bayern did last season.
FCBayernMunchen wrote:What was so special about the Bayern 2012/13 team is that it was the one team that never had a dip in form; or rather, they did, but still won those games. It doesn't mean that every other team that wins the CL or, heck, a treble is the same.
envagyokazapad wrote:I think the specialty of that squad was that it was fine tuned to beat the top dog at the time, and not just beat it but completely trash it. We were quite average in a lot of games with Jupp, but we really showed up when it was needed, and we were far far ahead of the team we needed to beat for the CL.
That's what Pep completely missed last year imo. We were good against most opponents, but completely shit against the top dogs of last season (Real, Chelsea, Atletico all probably would have had a field day with us in the semi finals, and not because they were better teams, but simply because they played a game we just had no idea how to beat).
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