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If you could choose, who would you want to see 4th at the end? Sometimes I think Gladbach should be on there because of the fans and at some moments incredible football.
Leverkusen is probably the most experienced one out of gladbach, wolfsburg and them. They perform, however not thaaaat good. beating the group stage was a great achievement though.
Wolfsburg... meh, no thank you.
I would actually want to see an injury-free Mainz in Europe.
Mainz for sure. Kloppo's old club and a club I always love because they beat our opponents :D
I really want Gladbach in there but they're pretty inconsistent as of lately. But they have made some great signings already for next year so they will definitely be an even better team next year. Wolfsburg would probably be the most competitive if just looking at their team and the willingness to spend big money again for next season... always want strong German sides in the Champions League but I still can't get myself to support that club. Meh.
As much as I like Gladbach and Mainz, I don't think they are competitive enough for the CL (neither this nor next year). They should represent us in the Euro League as good as they can, raise some hell and show us that they have a squad able to play English weeks on a European stage AND perform well in the league. The last thing I wanna see is another dying swan pulling a Freiburg or Stuttgart-like stunt, where they can't handle one or the other.

Leverkusen managed to get through the Group stage because of a strong first half of the season and because they were in one of the weakest CL groups (this partly also because they managed to slip into the 3rd pot). Having made it through the Group stage this year, they actually could even make the 2nd pot next season, which would give them a decent chance of another weak group. They have the experience and perhaps a comparable squad to Wolfsburg, which, just like Hoffenheim is not really a fan favorite for obvious reasons. However, the latter two are both building very strong squads with lots of potential with their money which is at least something, and if they manage to build an actually team, I'd definitely like to see them competing for the CL next year.

It certainly wouldn't hurt the Bundesliga to have strong, competitive teams in all European competitions.
Based on the performance and possibilities of advancing, I'd have to give it to Wolfsburg! My heart would prefer Gladach!
Stuttgart has done it!!

Thanks dudes, for that alone I hope you won't be relegated :D
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I hope Braunschweig make it 16th :D

Alone their fighting spirit is more than either Hamburg or Nürnberg are showing.
I'd want Nuernberg, Stuttgart to be relegated. Braunschweig or Hamburg in 16th and winning the relegation. My brother is a Hamburg fan, so I feel bad for him.
I hope Nürnberg get relegated... then we can get Drmic on the cheap. Hrhrhr! :)
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http://media1.abendzeitung-muenchen.de/media.media.7404d105-cb37-4282-b51b-0e4383935195.normalized.jpeg

A bit late, but soooooooo worth it :)
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ahahaha

I hope to see the same one at the DFB Final :D
I mean the same scenario but a different picture...

You know what I mean
+5
Hey guys
I just wanted to know what kind of player Jojic is. I haven't had time to watch any of his games.
The kind Barca will want to sign for 40m in a couple years time bt he won't want to leave Dortmund
No need for low jabs Lemon. Jojic is a typical Dortmund player despite having only arrived here this winter. He's a central attacking midfielder with a strong physique who works hard, is pretty fast, a team player and he has a good shot too. He's skilled but not as refined as Iniesta nor has he got the vision of a brilliant playmaker, but he's young and might still develop his skill and especially his passing vista more.

You could compare him with Bayern's Thomas Müller, though Milos is probably more midfielder than attacker whereas Müller is the opposite.
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To me, Milos plays like the young Illkay... hardly every loses the ball, tight ball control, quick first steps, great passing. He's young, so right now it seems he just focusing on the simple things and is doing those really well. With time and confidence, we'll see if he has that extra little brilliance in him like a Iniesta or Illkay.
just watched Chelsea Sunderland and finally understood why you loan out players :D

Borini should get a medal as well
+6
I feel like I've been too cynical this season... The guys had their ups and downs this season, but they really came through at the end :')
This team is not any weaker than last season, and certainly stronger than the team that went out in CL group stage a couple years ago!
hell yeah. Our Problem were our injuries, but inspite of that we still had the quality to finish in a direct CL qualifying spot. Our season goals for the league have been reached, as well as for the CL. The DFB Pokal goal has also been achieved actually... I think they changed it on short notice though ;)
Dfb cup win will be deserved though

And it's feelin good now coz i think playing style is improving compared to middle of the season and results just following

But missed loads of chances again
Most entertaining game I've seen all season! Reus, Mats, Sock, Piszczek, Lewa, Micki, Kirch and Jojic were all great. Loved it!
Why isn't 8-2 yet?
This is pretty silly.
Lots of fun though ^^
Lol fun? I nearly had 3 consecutive heart-attacks. Kind of a harsh 4th in the end for Mainz, but justice for the one that Okazaki handled on the line 15 minutes earlier.
Didn't think it was harsh to be honest. They couldn't have complained if the scoreline was 5-1 in the end, so 4-2 is mild to them :)

But I thought it was good fun because we were always in control. And not just the control Barça supposedly has these days, where they don't create s**t and think possession makes you the better team; no, the players created a ton of great chances all the time. Mainz were dangerous every time they went forward, but they rarely were able to do that and actually got very lucky with both of their goals. I didn't expect them to be lucky again, while I was confident we'd score the match-clinching 4-2.
Creating so many chances is all well and good, but then missing all of those chances is quite frustrating. The way we've played this season you just never know when you can get caught out on the break. Maybe I just don't have your level of faith Jeroen :P

And I think the red card that they did get in the end was pretty harsh. From the angle Lewy was on I don't think you could say that the hand ball prevented a clear goal. But again, Okazaki should have had a red for his hand ball on the line from Hummels so I feel like the ref was just fixing an earlier mistake :)
We seem to be physically not capable of leading by more than 1 goal today.
Lol, I bet that there's a magnetic field in their goal. Clever Tuchel.


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Form
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GD
GA
GF
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D
W
Pl
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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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Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
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12
5
6
11
2
0
4
6
1
12
3
5
8
2
0
4
6
2
12
1
9
10
2
0
4
6
3
0
-9
14
5
6
0
0
6
4

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