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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby MUTU » Fri May 19, 2017 8:34 am

Ribéry has said multiple times that he wants to retire at Bayern and remain living in Munich. If his relationship with Ancelotti is so strained that he wants to leave, then I'd rather get rid of Ancelotti than losing our legend's swansong. If there's nothing to these rumours, then f##k you media!
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby pyrasur » Fri May 19, 2017 3:56 pm

And I thought Ancelotti liked to give past-it players their final hurrahs.
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby German-American » Fri May 19, 2017 6:41 pm

I like what Alonso said today...."I want to leave football, before football leaves me"
Ribery has been declining a lot. He is what, 34? He will always be a legend, but at somepoint he needs to leave the club (at least as a player) Schweinestiger did it while still being able to play, Xavi did it, there is a long list of players.
The worst possible thing for us would be if Ribery fell apart next season when we need him. He cannot be relied on anymore. Constantly injured, not as fast, etc...he's becoming the new Xabi Alonso, once a world class player who made the team better but now needs to move on. I am not going to support Carlo out instead of Ribery out. The coach is just as much as part of the team as a player, we cannot forget that.
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby #12 » Fri May 19, 2017 8:33 pm

The coach puts the team on the field! Ribéry is still a fierce impact sub! His performance in the Bundesliga game against Dortmund was world class! He put on more assists than ever this season... You think that's decline?
I see your point, but:
1. Soccer has left Alonso a long time ago... Great players realize that in time! (See: Philipp Lahm!)
2. Ribéry actually did something for Bayern! We're not gonna chase him away!
3. He's perfect for the role that that hollow Costa should occupy
4. A coach that plays him despite having better alternatives (Sanchez?) should be sacked!
5. Alonso was a liability - constantly - Ribéry is far from that...
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby Oggy121 » Fri May 19, 2017 8:56 pm

#12 wrote:The coach puts the team on the field! Ribéry is still a fierce impact sub! His performance in the Bundesliga game against Dortmund was world class! He put on more assists than ever this season... You think that's decline?
I see your point, but:
1. Soccer has left Alonso a long time ago... Great players realize that in time! (See: Philipp Lahm!)
2. Ribéry actually did something for Bayern! We're not gonna chase him away!
3. He's perfect for the role that that hollow Costa should occupy
4. A coach that plays him despite having better alternatives (Sanchez?) should be sacked!
5. Alonso was a liability - constantly - Ribéry is far from that...

Agree, ribery is a super-sub. Look at Rooney, he has played badly for some seasons and still takes 300k per week
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby German-American » Sat May 20, 2017 5:13 am

#12 wrote:The coach puts the team on the field! Ribéry is still a fierce impact sub! His performance in the Bundesliga game against Dortmund was world class! He put on more assists than ever this season... You think that's decline?
I see your point, but:
1. Soccer has left Alonso a long time ago... Great players realize that in time! (See: Philipp Lahm!)
2. Ribéry actually did something for Bayern! We're not gonna chase him away!
3. He's perfect for the role that that hollow Costa should occupy
4. A coach that plays him despite having better alternatives (Sanchez?) should be sacked!
5. Alonso was a liability - constantly - Ribéry is far from that...


I see what you mean, but when Alonso became a libability it was also a big problem for the team. I think Ribery is heading towards that. I hope you are correct where he can still be that super sub, but him being here is also taking up room for younger players
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby harry-muc » Sat May 20, 2017 11:06 am

#12 wrote:The coach puts the team on the field! Ribéry is still a fierce impact sub! His performance in the Bundesliga game against Dortmund was world class! He put on more assists than ever this season... You think that's decline?
I see your point, but:
1. Soccer has left Alonso a long time ago... Great players realize that in time! (See: Philipp Lahm!)
2. Ribéry actually did something for Bayern! We're not gonna chase him away!
3. He's perfect for the role that that hollow Costa should occupy
4. A coach that plays him despite having better alternatives (Sanchez?) should be sacked!
5. Alonso was a liability - constantly - Ribéry is far from that...


...and there is the problem, ribery is a great sub...but ribery dont thinks hes a sub...he thinks hes a starter and will bitch about it.
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby bastos80 » Sat May 20, 2017 11:21 am

Well, he can bitch how much he wants. That will just lead to a sooner end of his career here.
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby #12 » Sat May 20, 2017 11:43 am

German-American wrote:
#12 wrote:The coach puts the team on the field! Ribéry is still a fierce impact sub! His performance in the Bundesliga game against Dortmund was world class! He put on more assists than ever this season... You think that's decline?
I see your point, but:
1. Soccer has left Alonso a long time ago... Great players realize that in time! (See: Philipp Lahm!)
2. Ribéry actually did something for Bayern! We're not gonna chase him away!
3. He's perfect for the role that that hollow Costa should occupy
4. A coach that plays him despite having better alternatives (Sanchez?) should be sacked!
5. Alonso was a liability - constantly - Ribéry is far from that...


I see what you mean, but when Alonso became a libability it was also a big problem for the team. I think Ribery is heading towards that. I hope you are correct where he can still be that super sub, but him being here is also taking up room for younger players


... which we're not gonna get anyway, and if we did, Ancelotti wouldn't play them

If Ribéry is not understanding then we would have to rethink... I think he's also a team player though...
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby MUTU » Sun Jul 02, 2017 9:06 am

Franck Ribéry has officially started his last season of contract with FC Bayern.
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Sun Jul 02, 2017 1:55 pm

MUTU wrote:Franck Ribéry has officially started his last season of contract with FC Bayern.


10 years later... I think Robben will stay on but doubt Ribery will


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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby Effenberg777 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 2:05 pm

If we been sad after Lahm last game. Imagine how we will be after their last game. Top players done so much for Bayern won for us EVERYTHING . I have already a feeling of emptiness only thinking at it .
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Sun Jul 02, 2017 3:08 pm

Yes. We have to move on from them for Bayern's good but what they gave us is something very few players did in Bayern's history.


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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby #12 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 4:42 pm

Erm, sorry, but for me Lahm was bigger than Ribéry is... Even Robben... Schweini and Lahm are gone... Kahn before... Robben and Ribéry are right behind them, yeah, but not quite the same...
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Re: Franck Ribéry

Postby Dumbledore7 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 4:55 pm

To me, he's technically the best player in Bayern history.
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