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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Firefox1234 » Thu Aug 15, 2019 1:34 am

tuscanybayern wrote:I don't know if this is the appropriate thread, but anyway...

As an Italian supporter of FC Bayern Munchen I am really disappointed that the only Italian FCB blog (https://blog.libero.it/PerSempreBAYERN/ ) is run by one of the most ignorant and disgusting football fan. It's not about having and sharing different views (which should be goal of every online community) - the problem with this Italian FCB blog is that it is clearly used by its owner/users to vent their real life frustrations by insulting Bayern players and managers. Of course it is legitimate to question our management for our transfer policy and our players/coach when they do not perform...but to deliberately and literally INSULT them whenever there is the opportunity is a completely different thing.

There isn't a single Bayern player, coach and management member that hasn't been INSULTED by this blog since I started supporting Bayern (including Lahm, Schweinsteiger, Heynckes etc) basically all they do is to rant against the Bayern club and Germany NT until we reach semifinals...then if we win the tournament it's "ok, well done boys, all forgiven!".


As far as our transfers are concerned, they have always claimed that Hoeness, Rummenigge and the other board members are STEALING MONEY from the club....every time they refer to Hoeness and Rummenigge as "jews", "thieves" etc etc. Now they go on writing things like "they said we had 200 to 300 million euros to spend, but so far we have spent just 85 [sic], where is the money??? Who stole it???"

To give another example, they believe that Lucas Hernandez is a "football handicapped" because of its knee injury and report fake news about him being currently/again severely injured

other fake news they recently reported is that Bayern had already signed Hudson Odoi's younger brother to convince Callum and then got screwed because he remained at Chelsea...they said the same thing was going to happen with Leroy and Sidi Sané....completely false and fabricated

Of course people triying to debunk these fake news get banned. Unfortunately there are many Italian fans who are influenced by this type of propaganda

Just wanted to share and ask what are your views on the topic

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To be honest I've heard some outlandish things said here but definitely not as crazy as in the Italian blog. To me it sounds like they are projecting their frustrations with the Italian government/politics on to Bayern.
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby tuscanybayern » Thu Aug 15, 2019 9:45 am

To quote a few examples:

After the UCL Final against Chelsea, Jupp Heynckes was called:

"shit coach, total loser"
"he won't resign, he's worse than Italian politicians"
"now he is officially the disgrace of Munich"
"the next season will be even a bigger failure"
"if he's a real man he should resign and get the **** out of the club - he failed, period. It's time to move on soon"

and about Bayern players they said:

"Lahm, Schweinsteiger and Gomez were lucky to be born at the right time, in the darkest age of German football, when being able to kick a ball straight is enough to be mistaken for champions"
"Robben and Ribery are losers, the leaders of this failure, they have never won a final and they are never going to decide one in Bayern's favour"
"Robben was dumped by all the top teams, and Ribery wasn't never wanted by a top club...there's a reason for that"

They held a poll to elect the "Biggest loser of the Bayern superlosers" and the winner was Bastian Schweinsteiger.

They never apologised after UCL 2013 and WC 2014
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Firefox1234 » Mon Sep 02, 2019 6:48 pm

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby mws » Sun Sep 08, 2019 10:17 am

I have Bayern adizero away shirt from season 2015/16. Great condition, size is 8. I would sell it for 50 euros. Please contact me at mwserbia@yahoo.com if you are interested.

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby IsiahRashad » Mon Sep 09, 2019 7:05 pm

Can't see tweet? Click here!

Who the fook is making those ratings ?!

Lewandowski only 89 haha
Thiago only 87
No Lucas ? in the first 100, which is unacceptable. He's at least 87. At least.
But they put Süle on 85. :lol:
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby munchen99 » Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:48 pm

IsiahRashad wrote: Can't see tweet? Click here!

Who the fook is making those ratings ?!

Lewandowski only 89 haha
Thiago only 87
No Lucas ? in the first 100, which is unacceptable. He's at least 87. At least.
But they put Süle on 85. :lol:


Who cares these will get updated anyway. Lucas was injured - he was 83 in Atletico last fifa. 89 is pretty good that's what aguero and mbappe and griezmann are!
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby MUTU » Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:43 am

IsiahRashad wrote: Can't see tweet? Click here!

Who the fook is making those ratings ?!

Lewandowski only 89 haha
Thiago only 87
No Lucas ? in the first 100, which is unacceptable. He's at least 87. At least.
But they put Süle on 85.

But..
But...

I thought Coutinho was the best player in the Bundesliga by far and that Mueller was finished.
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:50 am

Came across this fan club sticker this morning in Kyiv:

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby DRvad14 » Mon Nov 04, 2019 11:24 am

Niko Kovac: Departure Exposes Structural Problems At Bayern Munich
Niko Kovac looked crestfallen after Bayern Munich’s historic 5-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday. His expressions thoughtful, his face color ashen after a disastrous performance by his side.

“How should I know just after the game?” Kovac said after the game when asked about his future. “My feeling is not important. Those who make the decisions are the ones that you should ask."

Kovac, however, also spoke about the usual mechanisms of the game. "I know how this business works,” Kovac said. “I'm not naive. I did not give up before and will not give up now. You have to stick to the things you believe in.”

Then on Sunday, several outlets reported that Kovac would be given another two games—the Champions League match against Olympiacos and the Klassiker against Dortmund—to rescue his job.

On the surface, it was an odd decision. While Bayern’s Champions League round of 16 is not in doubt the Klassiker against a Borussia Dortmund in the state that Bayern presented itself would have invited another disaster.Nonetheless, on Sunday morning, Kovac led the practice session at the Säbener Straße. Then in the evening, Kovac and the Bayern bosses got together to discuss the situation with the conclusion that it was no longer possible to work together.“I think that this is the right decision for the club at the moment,” Niko Kovac said in a public statement published by the club. “The results, and also the way we played lately, made me come to that decision.”

“We all regret this development,” Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said in the public statement issued by the club. “I would like to thank Niko Kovac on behalf of FC Bayern for his work, especially for winning the double last season.”

“The performance of our team in recent weeks and the results have shown that there was a need for action,” Rummenigge added.

Officially, Bayern and Kovac have mutually terminated their agreement that would have run until 2021. Below the surface, however, the divorce between Kovac and Bayern might be more complicated than what it appeared in the statements made by both parties.

First, there is the fact that Kovac said that he would like to fight for his job. Somewhere between his statement in Frankfurt, the practice session on Sunday, and the decision to part ways, Kovac must have had a change of hearts.

The likeliest explanation is that Kovac realized that he was leading a group of players no longer willing to follow. A development that he was partly responsible for with statement made in recent weeks.

“You have to have the players for that kind of pressing game,” Kovac said just a couple weeks ago when asked whether Bayern could play like Liverpool. “You can't drive at 200 on the Autobahn with a limit of 100.”

The statement about players not being able to play 200km/h football, in particular, raised eye-brows in Germany. But it was the second part of the quote that underlined Kovac’s problems with the squad.

“Klopp has also been there for four years now,” Kovac said. “We talk about continuity, which apparently doesn't exist anymore.”

In other words, Kovac demanded time to rebuild Bayern. But where other coaches protect their team, Kovac underlined his importance, playing the victim rather than taking responsibility for the product that Bayern put on the pitch.

It was not his only faux pa. A month ago ahead of Bayern’s 2-1 defeat to Hoffenheim Kovac declared Bayern legend Thomas Müller was nothing more than a last resort, a stop-gap player should others go down with an injury.

Without a doubt, Müller has long been looking for the sort of form that made him one of the best players in the world. But the statement was ill-received inside the dressing room where Müller still holds a substantial amount of power.Ultimately, when the dust settles, Kovac might point towards the injuries of Niklas Süle and Lucas Hernández when trying to explain Bayern’s defensive problems.

Under Kovac, Bayern, however, struggled already last season to keep clean sheets. High-pressing teams, in particular, found it easy to overwhelm Bayern. The defeat to Liverpool is a good example. But smaller sides like Fortuna Düsseldorf and Hertha also found ways to hurt Bayern.

Even with Süle and Hernández in the lineup, Bayern had poor results. The bottom-line is that the absence of both players does not explain Bayern being vulnerable when losing the ball in counter-pressing situations.

It is here where Kovac can rightfully deflect some of the blame onto the club. As it was not Kovac’s fault that Bayern’s sporting director Hasan Salihamidžić failed to address the need for a defensive midfielder.

Instead, Bayern focused on signing Leroy Sané and when that failed brought in Philippe Coutinho. Both are wonderful players and in their own ways, can strengthen Bayern’s attacking play. But the focus on Sané, the last-minute transfer of Coutinho, which was brought across the line by Rummenigge after Sané tore his ACL, also highlights a lack of a transfer strategy.

“I now expect a positive development from our players and an absolute motivation to achieve our goals for this season,” Salihamidžić said on Sunday. But what about beyond this season?

The search for a new head coach is now officially underway at the Säbener Straße. But the club will also have to conduct some soul searching and ask itself whether it needs structural changes that go beyond former head coach Niko Kovac.
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Re: Bayern München's Miscellaneous

Postby Fénix » Mon Nov 04, 2019 11:48 am

Exactly as it was in the last 3 and a half years - one man, ie coaches can't take the whole blame. They may be the most responsible with the rest of the coaching staff, but not the only one.

The blame and/or responsibility in our case in the first line goes to the club board because problems started even before Ancelotti, then goes to the field executors - the coaches and the players.

We can only be grateful to the German Sportkultur and Fußballtradition that we are not playing in a league such as the English Premier League otherwise with this sort of club policy and decisions, squad planning and coach selection in the last 6 years we would have been German version of Manchester United or Arsenal.
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