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Why do we depend on Reus so much? He will leave us eventually and then what?

To be honest, I cannot stand to listen to those rumors/speculations much longer, they are destroying the team atmosphere - and the message everyone gets is that without Reus, the team is practically worthless. And that is how they play without him, which is a total paradox to me, as every single player on our pitch, in our colors has world class potential and shown it time and time again, except as of late.

I think we should sell Reus quickly and build up a team that can trust and rely on each other. We don't even need to get new players, they are just fine, except for a new keeper maybe and another defensive midfielder.
Borussia Dortmund was akin to a well-functioning machine. Efficient, productive, and not easily hampered were one of the gears to be missing.

I haven't been able to consistently watch them play so I don't really have a good understanding of what's really debilitating their performance as a whole, but I don't find 'luck' or 'dependency (i.e. on Marco Reus)' to be satisfying answers.

Perhaps the opposition are simply better prepared against your men nowadays. Time for minor reform?
Depending on how long Reus is out for this time, I'm starting to think it might not be so stupid to consider selling him in the winter for the right price. This is starting to get ridiculous.
Mike of you see a photo of the incident, it is clearly visible that one doesn't not have to be injury prone to succumb to an injury from that tackle
Of course not. But it's still another ankle injury. It stands to reason that the more of a beating that ankle takes, the more injury prone it becomes. No?
Also, there are many players who just weren't the same after an injury streak. Essien and Torres, for example.
is it the same ankle? poor guy it must by hanging on by a thread
Is not the same ankle. This time was the right ankle and before the world cup was the left ankle.
f*****g hell man, which people sold their souls to disrupt our team this much?! This is one of the worst seasons of bad luck I've ever seen of any team and it's only November. Of all people, a former Dortmunder had to injure Reus too.
The worst part is that he had the nerve to complain about the foul being called too. Clear studs on ankle, should have been a no question red card.
+1
For what it s worth. He sincerely apologized after seeing the replays after the match.

Liverpool doing pretty s**t right now too..
Yes, I saw the entire match against Palace, it was so frustrating and disappointing. =(
Get well soon Marco :(
How unlucky can you possibly get? Here's to wishing he comes back soon!
This is f*****g disgraceful on so many levels
Can someone please explain to me what just happened? Why was Grosskreutz's goal disallowed?
+1
Reus already fit to play at Paderborn tomorrow. =D
And in the very same game some douchebag injures him again.. Should've been red
i have herd stories how bvb are looking for a keeper. I don't see anything wrong with Mitch taking the starting spot after Roman leaves. What do you guys think?
TBH I don't rate him all that high. I'm reluctant to give me final judgement on him though, because he's not been able to prove himself enough. But there's another Aussie keeper who's already a proven top goalkeeper: Mathew Ryan. He's only 6', but his reach is tremendous, his reflexes are great, his distribution top notch and he's even good in the air despite his relative small size. He's been amazing for Club Brugge and extremely reliable. He won the goalkeeper of the year last year in his debut season and is the best this season too. Him and Thomas Meunier (Durm-like player on the right-back) are two players I hope Dortmund will look into.
What about Petr Cech? He'd be a great addition, plus he's 32, so he can keep for the next five or six years at least.. no?
Petr will cost too much money....

On Mitch it is hard to tell because we only see him in the dfb cup. Only true tests were vs baynern 2012 final, bayern 2012 3-1 in munich and in the ucl vs OM. I like him but I see where you are coming from jeroen.

Here in the USA its hard to get coverage to watch players in other leagues. O well beggars can't be choosers.
I actually wonder if Cech would cost a lot. Perhaps not; maybe Chelsea won't be greedy out of respect for a legend of theirs and if he insists on joining Dortmund he might come for next to nothing, except for pretty high wages. But Petr seems to be the sort of person who would be happier with relatively low wages at a top club where he's playing most games than earning top dollar at a club where he's playing second fiddle.

I like Weidenfeller, but his main weakness is aerial balls, and let that be our sore point in defense right now... So if we could get Cech, who also speaks German and who's good at catching those high balls and pretty much everything else, we should at least think about it.

Also: some of you may remember how about 3 years ago I really hoped Dortmund would get KDB, Courtois, Lukaku or Hazard. Look at where they are now :P Kloppo and Watzke, if you guys are reading this, I'll work for you for free, haha :D
+1
According to more reliable sources it's already been decided that Langerak is going to be Weidenfeller's successor.
I think Langerak at the very least deserves a shot at a full season as the #1.
I don't watch Ryan on a club level, but I watched him in the A-League and for all of his national apps. His WC imo left a bit to be desired but he was MOTM against Japan and was immense in the A-League. Would love to see Ryan under Klopp!
I agree with Jeroen. I don't see Cech leaving for a massive fee. He's a legend for Chelsea and honestly almost single-handedly won them a CL title. If he got an offer from a top club like Dortmund, I see him wanting to leave.

Plus, he'd fit in well with Klopp's heavy metal football style :P
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFjHZj85d0M

(I know, Foo Fighters aren't metal, but still!)
Yes, exactly Jeroen. He's just too good to be a second choice keeper, and Chelsea will be pretty happy to sell him to a non-EPL club. Cech will also be happy. I don't see why Chelsea should be stubborn and slap a high price tag on Cech. It'd only cause problems for both player and club.
hei GUyZ IM knew to le soccer and I was just wondering if Mark O'Royce is playIng for Bayern Barcelona of Madrid FC.

iS It true?

p.s I Loves him he is awesome
Are you new to life too or what?
lol
Reinhart Rauball says that if FIFA do not make the infamous report public, UEFA should consider splitting up from FIFA. The Belgian and Dutch league presidents already said the same earlier this week.

s**t just got real: Blatter should resign and publicise the report; it will then be taken to court where it's guaranteed to be overruled and Qatar (perhaps even Russia, who have made all correspondence with FIFA from past years 'disappear') will not be allowed to hold the World Cup. Obviously Sepp Blatter is one of the most despicable and corrupt men the world has ever seen so this won't happen, but that will simply mean UEFA will be rid of FIFA, for the better.

Some very influential people have already said that FIFA should be abolished and replaced by a brand new organization that's about football rather than money, and it might just happen if UEFA splits from FIFA.

Thoughts on this? Personally I just don't understand how a complete crook like Blatter keeps getting re-elected while he also keeps destroying football. He should've been jailed years ago.
FIFA is so lucrative it will always attract these greedy mongrels. Here is an article on FIFA and fans

http://www.espnfc.us/blog/espn-fc-united-blog/68/post/2146377/fifa-issues-can-only-be-fixed-by-widespread-actions-by-the-fans

It's plain for all to see that Blatter has an agenda to keep that report under wraps. FIFA investigating itself is a total joke. There was only going to be one result. If any bribe money that was received by any member of FIFA was ever made public FIFA would immediately be open to external investigations by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Its unbelievable how obviously corrupt FIFA are yet Blatter walks around like a totalitarian dictator mocking anyone he doesn't like. I hope FIFA burns to the ground and Blatter and co are exposed for what they really are, crooks.

England may have thrown a bribe at Blatter but in an interview with the England FA chairman after England were exposed he said that everyone does it and Blatter just doesn't like England and chose to out them as a dirty organisation when in reality the whole system is corrupt. So the Country where the sport was invented gets shamed and doesn't get to host the WC and Qatar, a country with an unhospitable environment spends billions and kills thousands of workers building unneccesary stadiums that will never be used to capacity again gets to host.

This is a crime against humanity! FIFA are in the deep waters of corruption. It must be incredibly hard for them to keep all this s**t out of the public eye. Eventually this house of cards has to fall. How many more lives is it going to take for the world to recognize what's happening? FIFA at the bare minmum owe settlement packages to each and every familly that lost a loved one building those rediculous stadiums in Qatar. Then they should all be given a can of gas and a match and burn them all to the ground!


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Bundesliga Table

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30
28
3
31
0
3
9
12
1
23
12
12
24
3
2
7
12
2
20
7
9
16
2
5
5
12
3
20
4
16
20
2
5
5
12
4
19
-4
14
10
5
1
6
12
5
18
3
12
15
6
0
6
12
6
17
0
17
17
5
2
5
12
7
17
-1
18
17
3
5
4
12
8
16
1
14
15
2
7
3
12
9
16
0
18
18
4
4
4
12
10
15
-1
13
12
5
3
4
12
11
15
-4
24
20
5
3
4
12
12
14
-5
22
17
6
2
4
12
13
12
-3
16
13
4
6
2
12
14
12
-8
14
6
6
3
3
12
15
11
-5
19
14
7
2
3
12
16
10
-12
26
14
6
4
2
12
17
9
-12
26
14
7
3
2
12
18
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UEFA Champions League Table

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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

UEFA Champions League Table

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GA
GF
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W
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12
12
1
13
0
0
4
4
1
7
2
7
9
1
1
2
4
2
2
-4
9
5
2
2
0
4
3
1
-10
13
3
3
1
0
4
4

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