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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby PunkCapitalist » Sat Nov 21, 2020 4:14 pm

#12 wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:
aaaaaa wrote:[quote="nm462272"]based upon my very extensive research (Wikipedia), his father has been a German citizen and lived in Hamburg since the 1990s, before Youssoufa was born

edit: just a thought - if he does end up being the real deal at the senior level, that will fix Germany's striker problem for a long time (and relegate Werner to the bench) =D> =D>


the kid was born in Africa
Imo he should play for his country... he will do a disservice to his country if he keeps playing for Germany...
Cameroonian parents... born in Cameroon and plays for Germany... wow
Morals and loyalty sold for fame and money
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby #12 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 4:28 pm

ramsej84 wrote:
#12 wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:[quote="aaaaaa"][quote="nm462272"]based upon my very extensive research (Wikipedia), his father has been a German citizen and lived in Hamburg since the 1990s, before Youssoufa was born

edit: just a thought - if he does end up being the real deal at the senior level, that will fix Germany's striker problem for a long time (and relegate Werner to the bench) =D> =D>


the kid was born in Africa
Imo he should play for his country... he will do a disservice to his country if he keeps playing for Germany...
Cameroonian parents... born in Cameroon and plays for Germany... wow
Morals and loyalty sold for fame and money
[/quote]What?[/quote]

Well, how do YOU dare to talk about morals? Or loyalty?

Who the fuck cares, where his father or mother comes from? He grew up here, how exactly does he HAVE to play for Cameroon?
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby ramsej84 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 4:40 pm

#12 wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:
#12 wrote:[quote="ramsej84"][quote="aaaaaa"][quote="nm462272"]based upon my very extensive research (Wikipedia), his father has been a German citizen and lived in Hamburg since the 1990s, before Youssoufa was born

edit: just a thought - if he does end up being the real deal at the senior level, that will fix Germany's striker problem for a long time (and relegate Werner to the bench) =D> =D>


the kid was born in Africa
Imo he should play for his country... he will do a disservice to his country if he keeps playing for Germany...
Cameroonian parents... born in Cameroon and plays for Germany... wow
Morals and loyalty sold for fame and money
[/quote]What?[/quote]

Well, how do YOU dare to talk about morals? Or loyalty?

Who the fuck cares, where his father or mother comes from? He grew up here, how exactly does he HAVE to play for Cameroon?[/quote]Went to Germany when he was ten or eleven.... come on....
Make the math ... he is 16...
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby #12 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 4:45 pm

ramsej84 wrote:
#12 wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:[quote="#12"][quote="ramsej84"][quote="aaaaaa"][quote="nm462272"]based upon my very extensive research (Wikipedia), his father has been a German citizen and lived in Hamburg since the 1990s, before Youssoufa was born

edit: just a thought - if he does end up being the real deal at the senior level, that will fix Germany's striker problem for a long time (and relegate Werner to the bench) =D> =D>


the kid was born in Africa
Imo he should play for his country... he will do a disservice to his country if he keeps playing for Germany...
Cameroonian parents... born in Cameroon and plays for Germany... wow
Morals and loyalty sold for fame and money
[/quote]What?[/quote]

Well, how do YOU dare to talk about morals? Or loyalty?

Who the fuck cares, where his father or mother comes from? He grew up here, how exactly does he HAVE to play for Cameroon?[/quote]Went to Germany when he was ten or eleven.... come on....
Make the math ... he is 16...
11 years v 4

He made his first steps in football in Cameroon.[/quote]So?

Bullshit! He was educated here... If his heart is here, where is the problem?
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby ramsej84 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 4:47 pm

#12 wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:
#12 wrote:[quote="ramsej84"][quote="#12"][quote="ramsej84"][quote="aaaaaa"][quote="nm462272"]based upon my very extensive research (Wikipedia), his father has been a German citizen and lived in Hamburg since the 1990s, before Youssoufa was born

edit: just a thought - if he does end up being the real deal at the senior level, that will fix Germany's striker problem for a long time (and relegate Werner to the bench) =D> =D>


the kid was born in Africa
Imo he should play for his country... he will do a disservice to his country if he keeps playing for Germany...
Cameroonian parents... born in Cameroon and plays for Germany... wow
Morals and loyalty sold for fame and money
[/quote]What?[/quote]

Well, how do YOU dare to talk about morals? Or loyalty?

Who the fuck cares, where his father or mother comes from? He grew up here, how exactly does he HAVE to play for Cameroon?[/quote]Went to Germany when he was ten or eleven.... come on....
Make the math ... he is 16...
11 years v 4

He made his first steps in football in Cameroon.[/quote]So?

Bullshit! He was educated here... If his heart is here, where is the problem?[/quote]" Educated " what do you mean by this?
In Cameroon there are schools as well you know
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby #12 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 5:01 pm

ramsej84 wrote:
#12 wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:[quote="#12"][quote="ramsej84"][quote="#12"][quote="ramsej84"][quote="aaaaaa"][quote="nm462272"]based upon my very extensive research (Wikipedia), his father has been a German citizen and lived in Hamburg since the 1990s, before Youssoufa was born

edit: just a thought - if he does end up being the real deal at the senior level, that will fix Germany's striker problem for a long time (and relegate Werner to the bench) =D> =D>


the kid was born in Africa
Imo he should play for his country... he will do a disservice to his country if he keeps playing for Germany...
Cameroonian parents... born in Cameroon and plays for Germany... wow
Morals and loyalty sold for fame and money
[/quote]What?[/quote]

Well, how do YOU dare to talk about morals? Or loyalty?

Who the fuck cares, where his father or mother comes from? He grew up here, how exactly does he HAVE to play for Cameroon?[/quote]Went to Germany when he was ten or eleven.... come on....
Make the math ... he is 16...
11 years v 4

He made his first steps in football in Cameroon.[/quote]So?

Bullshit! He was educated here... If his heart is here, where is the problem?[/quote]" Educated " what do you mean by this?
In Cameroon there are schools as well you know [/quote]Talking about soccer buddy
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby ramsej84 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 5:08 pm

#12 wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:
#12 wrote:[quote="ramsej84"][quote="#12"][quote="ramsej84"][quote="#12"][quote="ramsej84"][quote="aaaaaa"][quote="nm462272"]based upon my very extensive research (Wikipedia), his father has been a German citizen and lived in Hamburg since the 1990s, before Youssoufa was born

edit: just a thought - if he does end up being the real deal at the senior level, that will fix Germany's striker problem for a long time (and relegate Werner to the bench) =D> =D>


the kid was born in Africa
Imo he should play for his country... he will do a disservice to his country if he keeps playing for Germany...
Cameroonian parents... born in Cameroon and plays for Germany... wow
Morals and loyalty sold for fame and money
[/quote]What?[/quote]

Well, how do YOU dare to talk about morals? Or loyalty?

Who the fuck cares, where his father or mother comes from? He grew up here, how exactly does he HAVE to play for Cameroon?[/quote]Went to Germany when he was ten or eleven.... come on....
Make the math ... he is 16...
11 years v 4

He made his first steps in football in Cameroon.[/quote]So?

Bullshit! He was educated here... If his heart is here, where is the problem?[/quote]" Educated " what do you mean by this?
In Cameroon there are schools as well you know [/quote]Talking about soccer buddy[/quote]Ah ok...
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby MUTU » Sat Nov 21, 2020 7:32 pm

Meanwhile he will start on the bench in an hour's time.
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby aaaaaa » Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:33 pm

MUTU wrote:Yeah the age thing has been debunked. For starters he's still growing taller, unless you believe that he has an African voodoo king who's stretching him a bit every day.


No, it hasnt but hey believe what you want
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

Postby #12 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:11 pm

I mean, either way, even if he‘s what, 22? His record is still impressive so far...
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Re: Borussia Dortmund

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