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I don't believe what I see. WTF. Pep applauding the medical staff after Benatia's injury

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The Bayern Munich team doctor Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt and three other members of the medical team quit the club on Thursday saying they had been blamed for the Champions League defeat against Porto the previous night.
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Pep its an ass. He knows his reign at Bayern is nearing its end and his little facade about to break down. If he doesn't make final this year, he will be sacked. The man receives way too much credit in my opinion. He takes charge of already established teams. I would love to see him come to Manchester city to see what he is truly capable of.
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What a sore loser Pep is. His tiki taka style has been exposed years ago and his Bayern team are only truly dominant in the Bundesliga because that league is s**t (mainly thanks to Bayern themselves).
Disgusting behavior by him, totally unprofessional and he should be ashamed of himself
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Heard the team doctor has been with Bayern for 40 years. Sad to see it had to end that way for him. On the other hand if this is true, such an asshole thing for Pep to do. Rather than give credit to Porto for laying his ass out, he blames the medical team? What makes him think even with a full squad he would beat Porto, guaranteed? Unprofessional behavior and should apologize to the medical team.
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i rate Pep but that was a d*ck move by him
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Can't blame him though, yes the Bayern doctor may not be the worst, but can you lot really deny that even on a social level, our doctors are crap? Heck, on footballing terms, the doctors are probably worse. And I'm not even referring to the Arsenal Medical team. Look, people give way too much leeway to the medical profession; they are just terrible. Why are people criticising Pep for pointing out the simple truth? This, to me, is beyond ridiculous.


P.S. I have no love whatsoever for Pep's style of play so I've no reason to defend Pep (if anyone is going to say I'm a blind supporter of him). I'm just stating what I think is obvious, that is, the world overrates the medical profession.
Well in that case, LastGrasp, United should fire a whole hospital worth of doctors. Arsenal knows the pain as well.
Pep is just a sore loser and a megalomaniac. Porto handed their asses to them and i hope they do the same in Munich
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^Probably so, in fact, the whole world should fire 40% of doctors if we can afford to. At least that many have no clue as to what they're doing at all.
LastGrasp- i hope that is sarcasm cause that was just ridiculous. These doctors do not control the damage sustained by these players or how fast it takes for them to heal said injuries. Once their job is done, it comes down to the body to take care of the rest. Its ridiculous to put the blame on the medical staff. The assumption that the team of such a level can't play missing two players is an even bigger laugh.
Pep has all the right in the world to complain since the doctors did not perform their duties but his reaction is excessive. The cause is justifiable but the backlash is inappropriate. All I know is, judging him based on this sole event(vine video) is wrong since we only get a crumb from the cake. Can any legit Bundesliga fan enlighten us on this?

P.S. I just hope he gave Dante and Boateng the same treatment.
Wait, so all of a sudden the doctors are in direct control of what happens to players' bodies?
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What a dick pep is !!

Dr Müller's resignation was provoked after an argument with Karl-Heinz Rummenigge over Ribery's Injury after the Porto game [SportBild]

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2015/apr/17/pep-guardiola-bayern-munich-doctor

" I respect Müller-Wohlfahrt’s decision and that is all I can say. When a player is injured then it is not the fault of the doctor. Injured is injured. We could have lost against Porto even if we had had the injured players available. No one can guarantee that we would have won with our best XI.

“We lost because of Pep, as simple as that. When we lose it is my fault. Not someone from the board or the medical team. It is my fault and my fault only.”

Oh and that sarcastic clap was because benatia was injured and limping off the pitch but non of the staff from bench botherd to help him out .

Well I have a bad news for United and city fans , apparently your clubs management really like this sore loser and are expected to do their best to get him at your club once his contract expires at bayern , I'm not saying like guys like Scholes is predicting this , so brace yourselves .
City or madrid will beat us to him so i'm not worried. Definitely do not want him at United.
Oh please malik if it was mourinho who did the same thing you'd be sulking about it non stop lol
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Madrid ? Enough LOL for the day & please don't try to make it more funny ,
thats like saying fergie will join liverpool lol
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pep is an ass. period
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I read a stat somewhere, out of his last 17 UCL away games, Pep has won 5, drawn 8 and lost 4

Crazy. And isn't Mourinho usually the ass, whats going on here?
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What is even going on there. It looks like he's trying to reenact West Side Story on the sidelines.
Pep had Messi in his prime. Also Xavi and Iniesta when they were at their magical best.If not for them, he would have been the same 'ok' coach he is at Bayern now
I didn't realize so many people dislike Pep on here. I'm far far from being his fan, but some of the things said here I still find a little ridiculous. Anyone who thinks he's a sore/pathetic or whatever loser please show me a successful manager who enjoys losing and has always done it with grace. Even calm Wenger has had a few episodes of bottle kicking, shoving etc. No excuse for any sort of negative behaviour of course.

And imo anyone who says he is just an OK coach is simply kidding themselves. Yes Barcelona had a great team, but he brought a lot of these qualities in the players and by in large the players after he left were the same and arguably even with a better squad no one has remotely brought Barcelona to what he's done in Spain and Europe. I think at the very top it takes marginal differences to push the team over that edge towards success. And this difference is very much driven by culture, characters and many other non footballing variables. I remember when Pep just came in I had a conversation with my German friend who thought Pep would not even survive a year given the massive culture clash in footballing approach between himself and the whole club philosophy. The fact that he's gone that far, with the new language going against the stream says a lot to me. Just because he isn't taking the team to the same heights in Europe as the previous German manager has does not render him an OK coach.
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^ People are just using this as ammunition to push their own narratives regarding Pep.
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In a study done by Kick it Out recently it was found that Chelsea are the most abused club in England on social media. Mario Balotelli received the most personal attacks out of any individual.

http://m.bbc.com/sport/football/32327460

So many trolls, what an absolute waste of energy! If those people spent even half the time they spent trolling the internet actually doing something positive the world would be a much better place. :|
I'd love to know the average age of said trolls.
agree with shay. I personally think a large majority of internet trolls are a bunch of kiddies
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4,000 of those "attacks" were race related to Balo. Bunch of f*****g cowards... they'd never say any of that to his face.
None of this is surprising me. City have zero power in the media and allowed the Mario situation to go off the rails and that's how it all started.
Actually City could benefit from media attention, so did Berlusconi in his political campaign when he bough him, in the end it's just sad
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I'm not the best at solving puzzles, but I'm pretty sure this comes next!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHozn0YXAeE
Credit to Shaymoose :

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lol thanks Tomikato
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Blue moon rising at 2:05?
Which player scored the MOST number of goals frm distance in the PL (All Time)? And HOW MANY?

Edit : Outside the penalty box*

Answer pretty easy
distance = outside the box? or 25+ yards? half way line etc?
eriksen? with those free kicks. probably 4 or so.
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Rooney
Mikel
just this season?
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if its all time: probably Lampard
this season: Erikson
Paul Scholes or Frank Lampard I would say for all time.
All time actually
Lampard, 30 goals+
Gerrard. Lampard 2nd.

I'll say 35 goals.

So turns out I'm wrong but was pretty close on the players involved and the tally.
Good call guys. Some almost got it!

But the answer is Frank Lampard with a total of 44 goals outside the penalty box!
lets get real is there any stat were Lampard is second to Gerrard???
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no. of appearances maybe not sure
Why is Luis Suarez like a new modem?

He was just a few bytes but now hes 2 meg inta net
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o god. this was so cringe yet hilarious. lol. take my like
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I really liked this bluff of yours, well done.
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:D
Good thing he's not in the PL, he might have upgraded to a Terrybyte. :D
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too much banter for one post
Football weekly listener, eh? :)
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yup, fantastic pod
When I heard Jurgen Klopp wanted a break from football I spotted the clue immediately,


..... so I went straight to the bookies and put my money on him joining Newcastle ;)
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/chelsea/11541342/Its-official-Chelsea-are-the-worst-behaved-team-in-the-Premier-League.html
just another campaign against chelsea i'll say :P
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If being dirty or being labelled "misbehaved" is what it takes to win the League, then I wouldn't give two shits about it.

Mourinho wants his teams to play with aggression. He knows what a team should be like to win the league (and cups), he's done it multiple times in multiple leagues. So being "misbehaved" is the last thing Mourinho and his title winning teams should worry about.
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Him being the manager he should communicate to his players to respect the refs a bit more. Has nothing to do with aggression.
These refs don't deserve to be respected with the bs calls they make week in and out. Not just Chelsea, i say all clubs deserve to more aggressive with the refs.

In a perfect world these fks would have a rank system, but until the FA employ something like that, i have no complaints with teams that demand better quality decisions.

Honestly, atm, i only trust Oliver to make good decisions, the other high ranking officials are so unpredictable and so hot and cold that i don't expect much.
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bluff- like giving di maria a red for grabbing his shirt and not even giving kompany a card for the same act? Regardless the players must respect the refs whether they agree with their calls or not.
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^ completely agree
Anyone has the info. for previous seasons?? ...I'm keen to see in which position united were placed when "Evra , Rio , Vidic ,Scholes were all playing.
This is from last season -

http://www.premierleague.com/en-gb/news/news/2013-14/may/liverpool-and-sunderland-win-2013-14-fair-play-league-awards.html

Respect towards opponent (R/O) - Man Utd: 218, Chelsea: 216
Respect towards referee (R/R) - Man Utd: 215, Chelsea: 212
Behaviour of officials (B/O) - Man Utd: 202, Chelsea: 194

We still ended up with lower fair play average than Chelsea, especially due to "positive play" section where Chelsea scored 315 and Man Utd 295. Positive play score has to do with playing attractive football which obviously didn't happen for us with Moyes brand of football lol.
Haven't Chelsea, according to some stat I read a while ago, had the most calls go against them? So it would make sense for them to also complain the most.
There should be a chart of Jack Wilshere only
They still have been poor this season. And i obviously don't mean touching and surrounding the refs, but have they really merited not being yelled at? How many wrong decisions do they give on a weekly basis? (not just for Chelsea, but in general)

Have a system where if the ref makes a mistake, he is docked points, and could potentially be relegated to referee championship level games and so on, there will be a huge improvement, stone-wall penalty denied? Huge points docked when reviewing the footage. Correct red card given? points awarded, etc.
Mourinho teams dont win 'respect to referee' awards...
They win titles lol
Also congratulations to the Liverpool for winning the 'respect to referee' award

#respect
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^Thanks
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^ :)
@BluFF. The points system with promotion and relegation wouldn't work because we don't have enough good refs in England. All the best refs are already in the PL. Relegating one would result in the promotion of someone less experience and poorer observational powers. This game needs a combination of more refs and technology stat!

Set up camera technology for offsides, put 4 linesmen on instead of 2, and allow reviews of questionable calls in game and end this "ref didn't see it" bullshit! Seriously! Football is the only sport where refs can claim "they didn't see the play" and thats the end of it. Shamefull way to run the most popular sport in the world.
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How is Aguero not part of this? Surely he has a worse midfield behind him than Costa has at Chelsea. Plus he does have some assists to his name as well. Not happy
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My money is on Hazard winning the award, with Kane winning the Young Player of the Year award. I want De Gea to win at least one of the awards he's nominated for though.
Tomikato, could say the same woth Giroud... ever since he came back from injury, he's nearly scored the same amount of goals as costa has, In less game (all comps)
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Tomi surprised about Aguero missing??...but how did coutinho get into this list ahead of Cesc? LOL!
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@2Class4U

Sadly, keepers will always be overlooked. I don't remember the last keeper who won any prestigious award tbh. And mind you, we've had an era with some of the best keepers you'll ever see.
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Aguero should be on it over Coutinho, in my opinion.
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Aguero, Giroud, Cesc and a few others should definitely be in that list over a 'few good goals' Coutinho

Also was Sterling really that good?
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Must be another campaign. We told them they had to put Couts in it
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To be fair, there is no such thing as the Player of the year or the best player in the world. These awards have always been and will always be overrated. This includes the Ballon d'or. Until the perfect player comes into the picture, I really can't see how any of the POTY players or the Ballon D'or winners actually deserved their awards to date. Football is a team game, never forget that.
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I agree with ScouserDan for once...IMO if it was Gerrard on the list i can understand it being a consolation for 15+ years of service in PL....It cant be anything but a campaign to see Sterling and Coutinho.....Di Maria and Mata who have played fewer games have done better
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Many thought S'Ton would of been battling relegation,
Schneiderlin ( ahead of Coutinho ), where is Austin he is the only reason why Qpr still have a chance
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Call me crazy, but I would put Rooney up there. He has led the United revolution in the second half of the season, while holding the midfield in the earlier half.

No offense to pool, but Coutinho is just a mistake in that list.
Austin deserves the nomination. How can scoring lots with qpr be considered at the same level as others in big teams

Can they really not separate PFA and young PFA? I can barely tell the difference between the two lists
Doesn't matter who the nominees are because Hazard is the winner.
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^ I agree with KingLucas. All fluff for people like us to spend nonsensical time haha
De Gea should win the young player award. He has been world class this season.
Nah English "Golden Boy" Kane or Sterling will win YPOTY tbh
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Kane's gonna win it hands down.He scored 30 goals this season ffs. Sterling won't even come close.
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Anyone know what the prize is for finishing 1st in the 100-120m category of DreamFooty?
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Zilch :)


Literally!
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Naked falcao picture,but sorry ,i booked it already;)
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Yup, a 1 and 1/4 hour session with Zilch, all Free! (flight and transportation costs not included)

Listen to him talk about these various topics

1)Falcao

What more can one ask for?
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The f**k ? why didn't i got any all expense paid session with zilch on topic of Falcosophy ? i won the last years under 100-120 category .

@FootballDoc , you get a free pro membership for next season , which comes with 2 emergency transfer windows and additional 15M budget .
@Malik: what if you're 2nd?
@4ever: I will catch you mate, right behind you!
@footballdoc ,

http://www.footytube.com/forums/dreamfooty-fantasy-league/dreamfooty-winners-season-2013-14-30701/

Last season top 10 player in 120M category got the upgrade , though i don't think it's fixed but I'm sure 2nd place will get you free upgrade .
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Lmaooo everyone loves a piece of Zilchyy
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The winner gets to choose the Falcao profile picture for Zilchy to admire for a month
http://www.joe.co.uk/sport/how-not-to-live-blog-a-german-press-conference/2185

Bravo Telegraph - XD
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