Juventus - Bayern match thread [R]

Juventus - Bayern match thread [R]

Post by Bruce D. Scot » Mon, 15 Apr 2013 01:52:01


|> Bah!  Phony made up statistics, by the South leaning secret
|> statisticians societies.  I dont believe those numbers.
|> Half of Mannheim/Ludwigshafen has been unemployed for years, it is
|> like Germany's Detroit.  Half the castles have boarded up windows!

You forgot to mention Adam Weishaupt is still running things.  That's
why Audi are in Ingolstadt.

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Juventus - Bayern match thread [R]

Post by Sven Mischki » Mon, 15 Apr 2013 01:52:17


Quote:

> |> Would be funny if Dortmund end up beating Bayern in the final.

> Would be the most utter of disasters

> |> Do you see Dortmund consolidating clearly being the 2nd team (like
>    Arsenal in the EPL in the mid-90s to early 00s) in the league, or
>    will they suddenly fall off like Bremen, Wolfsburg and Stuttgart
>    recently?  

> They'll stay there 1 or 2 more years, and will fade as soon as they make
> the same mistake as in the 1990s (mob Hitzfeld away, go crazy with money
> and salaries, then the first off year does them in).

Why are you so sure that they will make the same mistake again?

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Juventus - Bayern match thread [R]

Post by Bruce D. Scot » Mon, 15 Apr 2013 02:07:59

|> Why are you so sure that they will make the same mistake again?

First step: open the purse wider than the space it has.
Second thing (not so much a "mistake"): Lewandowski will leave (I think
for England)

The mistake they shouldn't repeat is the one against the Trainer.  I
don't quite understand why they turned so quickly against Hitzfeld last
time.  Maybe it was just the leadership they had then.  Watzke does seem
to be better.

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Post by Sven Mischki » Mon, 15 Apr 2013 02:18:18


Quote:

> |> Why are you so sure that they will make the same mistake again?

> First step: open the purse wider than the space it has.

When did they do that?

Quote:
> Second thing (not so much a "mistake"): Lewandowski will leave (I think
> for England)

> The mistake they shouldn't repeat is the one against the Trainer.  I
> don't quite understand why they turned so quickly against Hitzfeld last
> time.  Maybe it was just the leadership they had then.  Watzke does seem
> to be better.

I am not aware of BVB turning on Hitzfeld after 1997?

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Juventus - Bayern match thread [R]

Post by Bruce D. Scot » Mon, 15 Apr 2013 02:29:22

|> When did they do that?

They've announced they're going to.  See how much of the 45M he (Watzke)
said is too much.

|> I am not aware of BVB turning on Hitzfeld after 1997?

It's the way they reported it then.  I also have this impression since
some of his early interviews with Bayern.  Maybe from when he was
sport-director (that may have been a mistake too but I don't know).

Going home now...  have to travel tomorrow, see you Monday.

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Post by Sven Mischki » Mon, 15 Apr 2013 05:01:46


Quote:

> |> When did they do that?

> They've announced they're going to.  See how much of the 45M he (Watzke)
> said is too much.

Where?

Quote:
> |> I am not aware of BVB turning on Hitzfeld after 1997?

> It's the way they reported it then.  I also have this impression since
> some of his early interviews with Bayern.  Maybe from when he was
> sport-director (that may have been a mistake too but I don't know).

As I remember it he stopped managing due to stress.

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Juventus - Bayern match thread [R]

Post by mehd » Tue, 16 Apr 2013 07:32:01


Quote:
> if i were juventus, i'd break the bank and get falcao, that would be like getting a super-inzaghi..

There's no such thing as a super Inzaghi! Falcao is an excellent striker
but he hasn't done it at the highest level yet.

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Post by Bruce D. Scot » Tue, 16 Apr 2013 17:40:37

|>> They've announced they're going to.  See how much of the 45M he (Watzke)
|>> said is too much.
|>
|> Where?

Saw it in RP-Online 1 or 2 weeks ago, something about them opening up
the geldbeutel and the 45M figure was in the article.

|> As I remember it he stopped managing due to stress.

With BvB or FCB?  ALso, his hard time at BvB was 1998 as sport director
I guess (after reading the wikipedia article).  The bit about burnout
in that article was after his time with us, not BvB.

Have to disappoint you, I'm not a Usenet Legalist.

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