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http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/news/1187364/Cologne-returns-to-Bundesliga
Congrats Fc Cologne, and good luck!
;)
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FC Koln are back in the league. Congrats on their promotion.
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I want to congratulate too all 1. FC Köln fans for the promotion. I'm glad to see again in the 1. Bundesliga a club with such a tradition and loyal fans. Die Geißböcke sind wieder da!!!
At least BVB showed Bayern that they're no push overs.
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Love this league, every match is a joy to watch! ;)
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damn why hamburg at relegation zone?"/
because the board full of dumbasses and selfish moneyhunters they have.
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^ lol well said man. sadly, 50yrs of being at the top tier wont last long now. sad
So you think you can just pick on German competition?


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Hilarious :D:D:D
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Derbywin! Destroy Hannoi !
Sascha Mölders is my hero since he scored 2 with his ass in one game. Legend! Face like a baby, body of a lumberjack. :)
And now he is the one to break bayerns strain.
What a tragedy this league has become.
Pretty lopsided right now, but I still prefer it as a league over any other league! The fan support and the 51% rule make it a lot more interesting, in my opinion.
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What do you mean? The two CL finalists last year were from this league.
I mean yeah we ran away with the league, but I still love watching the other teams play. Frankfurt vs Wolfsburg was a GREAT game. Great goals as well especially Naldo's. Braunschweig was entertaining to watch too. Fact remains 6 game sleft and 2-7 are separated by 11 poits, 4-7 separated by 4 and 11-18 separated by 10 points. There's some great scrappy football going on that gets overshadowed because people don't know a da** thing about the Bundesliga.

People just figured out this year that we're not BVB's arch rival. They were amazed to learn that it's Schalke. That's why I ignore the people talking out of their a**es on this site when it comes to this league
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Guardiola should get bored soon. 23 points advantage, that's bullying the competition, rubbing their inferiority into their faces. Go to EPL or raise a club from ground up.
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I agree, he stepped in the drivers seat of a F1. But he did add nitro.
How could you be bored? Bayern is playing beautifully.
Not me, Guardiola. It's almost as he's playing it safe, working with best possible team which has the technical ability and game understanding to put his ideas/philosophy on the pitch, resulting in utter dominance.
In La Liga at least there was Madrid as a constant adversary, the privileged opponent that challenged him, but in Bayern one gets a feeling he is not so much interested in challenges as he is in the perfection of the game. The teams Bayern faces are guinea pigs to Pep, a testing ground, Bayern is in a Predator-like hunter-prey relationship with its opponents. I mean, there's so much brain in Pep's game, and it's scary. Luckily there's the arbitrariness/unpredictability/luck factor present in the game, so I'm really interested how they will do this year in CL, where two next steps depend on two games alone, and then the possible final.
If Bayern fails, it will be hard not to see a bit of Real Madrid tragic in them (the way they want all things best, yet fail to win the CL for 11 years in a row).
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Bayern is playing beautifully but it's so extreme that it's effectively oppressing the rest of the league. I don't like the fact that people may just remember Bayern Munich in the future when it comes to German football, there's just so much more to this league. It's not enjoyable as a neutral to see a club overshadow the rest.
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The problem is that more ot less BuLi teams arent strong enough + got a lot injuries. So it makes Bayern lookin super strong. But if you watch the match vs Mainz05, you can see a good team can be a hard nut to crack for Bayern.
Vishal, This is a era that happens once in a while in all leagues where one club dominates the country or even the continent. Time will change everything


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PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
81
64
20
84
2
3
26
31
1
64
37
34
71
7
4
20
31
2
58
16
41
57
7
7
17
31
3
54
16
38
54
11
3
17
31
4
53
10
46
56
10
5
16
31
5
49
15
39
54
10
7
14
31
6
47
-3
49
46
12
5
14
31
7
43
-4
45
41
12
7
12
31
8
40
1
66
67
11
10
10
31
9
38
-4
42
38
13
8
10
31
10
36
-22
59
37
13
9
9
31
11
35
-14
53
39
14
8
9
31
12
35
-15
54
39
14
8
9
31
13
35
-16
57
41
16
5
10
31
14
31
-11
59
48
16
7
8
31
15
27
-18
65
47
18
6
7
31
16
26
-26
62
36
15
11
5
31
17
25
-26
54
28
18
7
6
31
18
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