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[2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

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What is your prediction for this match?

Poll ended at Sat Apr 28, 2018 2:30 pm

Bayern Munich will win
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It will end in a draw
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Eintracht Frankfurt will win
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Total votes : 4

Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby America USA » Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:55 pm

No good German speaking coaches left.
Niko and RH are on the same level for me.

Tuchel has told us to sod off and Jupp won’t bulge on his decision. Löw is gonna stay with the National Team and Klopp won’t be leaving Liverpool anytime soon.

Tedesco or JN are the two semi-decent choices left.

Or Bayern can be a bit more intelligent and get Alonso or some other ex player to manage the youth team and then promote him to the first team managerial job.
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby Lý bảo linh » Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:57 pm

In fact , frankfurt doesn't have quality players as beyern . We can bring sandro to fight with real madrid on thursday . I would also like to see niklas dorsch , shabani , evina in some minutes with real madrid if riberry and muller can't have effects . I don't believe young shabani , evina can't win marcelo who don't know to defend at here . I believe if ribbery is not old , he will win marcelo to score . In fact , we need to bring spirit today to fight with real madrid. I think if all our players try best to win ,we will win back before real madrid
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby nm462272 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:57 pm

America USA wrote:No good German speaking coaches left.
Niko and RH are on the same level for me.

Tuchel has told us to duck off and Jupp won’t bulge on his decision. Löw is gonna stay with the National Team and Klopp won’t be leaving Liverpool anytime soon.

Tedesco or JN are the two semi-decent choices left.

Or Bayern can be a bit more intelligent and get Alonso or some other ex player to manage the youth team and then promote him to the first team managerial job.
I'm thinking Kovac for 1, maybe 2 seasons, then Nagelsmann. Seems to be Bayerns plan.

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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby MUTU » Sat Apr 28, 2018 4:59 pm

nm462272 wrote:
America USA wrote:No good German speaking coaches left.
Niko and RH are on the same level for me.

Tuchel has told us to duck off and Jupp won’t bulge on his decision. Löw is gonna stay with the National Team and Klopp won’t be leaving Liverpool anytime soon.

Tedesco or JN are the two semi-decent choices left.

Or Bayern can be a bit more intelligent and get Alonso or some other ex player to manage the youth team and then promote him to the first team managerial job.
I'm thinking Kovac for 1, maybe 2 seasons, then Nagelsmann. Seems to be Bayerns plan.

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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby ramsej84 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 6:28 pm

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MUTU wrote:So.... after that miss who wants Wagner for next Tuesday?
Me...
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby bastos80 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 6:55 pm

Neither Lewy or Wagner will score, at least Sandro will put in some effort lol
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby Outis » Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:12 pm

Wagner is obviously less skilled but puts more effort, and is less selfish. He celebrated when Thiago scored his rebound, he gave pass today when Lewa would've shot and he fights in the box and near it and doesn't just fall all the time and waits for red cards or penalties like Robert. Bayern need more players like Wagner who love the club and give it all for the team and not skilled ballerinas who only care about their image and their stats.

P. S. He reminds me Ibrahimovic, with his looks and his big mouth ("Best German striker") :lol:
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby FCB general » Sat Apr 28, 2018 8:46 pm

It's very positive that we gave an opportunity to our young players in less than 10 days. First Mai, now Dorsch(who scored in his debut), Evina and Shabani. It's been a long time, but I'd like to believe that this has just been an another start with our new Nachwünschspieler project in the first team.

I'm really disappointed how Kovač's Eintracht over the last 3-4 weeks crashed down; from the CL spot race to fighting for the 7th place and catching the last train to Europe. In addition to that, once again we have proved in what kind of condition is Bundesliga right now when Bayern's C team wins this season's hit - einfach traurig. :roll:
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby #12 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:03 pm

FCB general wrote:It's very positive that we gave an opportunity to our young players in less than 10 days. First Mai, now Dorsch(who scored in his debut), Evina and Shabani. It's been a long time, but I'd like to believe that this has just been an another start with our new Nachwünschspieler project in the first team.

I'm really disappointed how Kovač's Eintracht over the last 3-4 weeks crashed down; from the CL spot race to fighting for the 7th place and catching the last train to Europe. In addition to that, once again we have proved in what kind of condition is Bundesliga right now when Bayern's C team wins this season's hit - einfach traurig. :roll:


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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby FCB general » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:19 pm

Exactly, expect I didn't want to spoil the topic with HSV, keeping that thought for the other one, but you were faster here. :) After today afternoon I'm pretty convinced in Frankfurt's defeat gegen den bescheißenen Schroth Verein. :x
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby Machiavellico » Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:24 pm

Outis wrote:Wagner is obviously less skilled but puts more effort, and is less selfish. He celebrated when Thiago scored his rebound, he gave pass today when Lewa would've shot and he fights in the box and near it and doesn't just fall all the time and waits for red cards or penalties like Robert. Bayern need more players like Wagner who love the club and give it all for the team and not skilled ballerinas who only care about their image and their stats.

P. S. He reminds me Ibrahimovic, with his looks and his big mouth ("Best German striker") :lol:


While I agree with what you're saying about his spirit(true, if this guy had the skills, he would've been the perfect striker for us), let's not get carried on about the way he takes his chances. His goal was Hradecky's mistake. He should've passed to Rudy in all honesty. And there was also that chance when he tried an impossible shot instead of passing to Tolisso. In terms of selfishness, he doesn't stand out as much as Lewa, true, but don't make him out to be a saint.

He did have a good game though. But Frankufrt made it pretty easy for him.
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby America USA » Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:28 pm

Machiavellico wrote:
Outis wrote:Wagner is obviously less skilled but puts more effort, and is less selfish. He celebrated when Thiago scored his rebound, he gave pass today when Lewa would've shot and he fights in the box and near it and doesn't just fall all the time and waits for red cards or penalties like Robert. Bayern need more players like Wagner who love the club and give it all for the team and not skilled ballerinas who only care about their image and their stats.

P. S. He reminds me Ibrahimovic, with his looks and his big mouth ("Best German striker") :lol:


While I agree with what you're saying about his spirit(true, if this guy had the skills, he would've been the perfect striker for us), let's not get carried on about the way he takes his chances. His goal was Hradecky's mistake. He should've passed to Rudy in all honesty. And there was also that chance when he tried an impossible shot instead of passing to Tolisso. In terms of selfishness, he doesn't stand out as much as Lewa, true, but don't make him out to be a saint.

He did have a good game though. But Frankufrt made it pretty easy for him.

Every striker has to be slightly selfish but Lewandowski takes it a step too far.
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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby KrampusIsReal » Sun Apr 29, 2018 9:52 am

FCB general wrote:It's very positive that we gave an opportunity to our young players in less than 10 days. First Mai, now Dorsch(who scored in his debut), Evina and Shabani. It's been a long time, but I'd like to believe that this has just been an another start with our new Nachwünschspieler project in the first team.

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Well let's not act as if Frankfurt is full of studs he did well with what he has

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Re: [2018-04-28] Bayern Munich vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Postby Ziklitschli » Sun Apr 29, 2018 6:16 pm

America USA wrote:
Machiavellico wrote:
Outis wrote:Wagner is obviously less skilled but puts more effort, and is less selfish. He celebrated when Thiago scored his rebound, he gave pass today when Lewa would've shot and he fights in the box and near it and doesn't just fall all the time and waits for red cards or penalties like Robert. Bayern need more players like Wagner who love the club and give it all for the team and not skilled ballerinas who only care about their image and their stats.

P. S. He reminds me Ibrahimovic, with his looks and his big mouth ("Best German striker") :lol:


While I agree with what you're saying about his spirit(true, if this guy had the skills, he would've been the perfect striker for us), let's not get carried on about the way he takes his chances. His goal was Hradecky's mistake. He should've passed to Rudy in all honesty. And there was also that chance when he tried an impossible shot instead of passing to Tolisso. In terms of selfishness, he doesn't stand out as much as Lewa, true, but don't make him out to be a saint.

He did have a good game though. But Frankufrt made it pretty easy for him.

Every striker has to be slightly selfish but Lewandowski takes it a step too far.


Lewandowski is not selfish enough for a striker, actualy. He lacks that full of himself type confidence that Robben has for example (and is much more dangerous for it), the certainty that he will score no matter what and tries time after time no matter what.

In that Real match, even Ribery was more selfish hugging the ball, Lewandowski looked to pass to both him and Muller, how does that make him selfish, especialy "too far" selfish? Because he didin't pass once some time in the HSV match when we were 16:0, or ignored Robben who had ignored him 5 times before in the same match?
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