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predictions for the 14 15 bundesliga:

1. Bayern
2. bvb
3. wolfsberg
4. Bayer Leverkusen
5. Schalke
6. Other Borussia

Golden boot: Lewandowski
1. BVB
2-18. Others

True story.
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I agree with the man called Jeroen. Sch*** won't be anywhere near the top 5.
Has anyone here ever used viagogo to buy match tickets (not necessarily just for Dortmund games)? Yay or nay? Are you likely to get a better deal from resellers on game day at the stadium?
The best way is to contact someone you know (and trust) who's an regular visitor. Buying tickets on the spot is probably a bad idea; most games are sold out before match day I believe. And resellers of course take advantage of that and sell for ridiculous prices.

Then again, I'm not sure of any of that; a friend of mine went to see Schalke a short while ago and he could just buy tickets on the spot at the stadium. But... That's Schalke.
To be fair, I do expect to have to pay a premium. I'm more worried about reliability, in the sense that I won't get sold fake tickets or something stupid like that.

With that said, anyone else want to go see the Freiburg match? Or better yet, have a season ticket and can't make that match? lol.
Hahahaha!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INuXgTILnBc

Facepalmingly bad. Leave the magic to Dortmund :P
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That made my morning :D
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They must have run out of pyro at the end, haha.
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It all makes sense now. Gotze and Lewandowski just wanted a ride on the magic school bus... They'll be back with their tails between their legs after we spank that "team" this season.
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What is it about Bayern that people like Rummenigge and Beckenbauer just don't know when to shut the f*ck up? I mean really. Help me out here. Does everybody connected to that team have their heads that far up their asses? Is there something in the water in Bavaria? Tax cheats and media whores. Every last one of them.
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They're just displaying the typical withdrawal syndromes of former great footballers. Pelé and Maradona have it too: they hate being out of the spotlight so they come up with the kind of nonsense you can expect from dementing old men.

Aging with grace is not part of their plans :P
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^Unfortunately it would seem so for most great players who have either remained as a figurehead in football or simply those who have had nothing to do. At least some of them have turned to punditry, coaching or something in similar capacity. Those who have remained in football in some insignificant capacity, well, turn into politicians.
Lol Schalke :P
+5
:D
haha Dynamo kicked their blue asses so well.
What do you guys think of Mitsuru Maruoka? The young japanese boy from the U-21's.
I don't know how he is doing there, all I know is he scored a few times. Really want to know ya'll hardcore BVB supporters who follow your youth too, because this young boy still has lots to learn but will definitely turn into a gem. After all, he is a proud Cerezo Osaka Youth Product! :D
He looked very promising during our preseason and Klopp speaks very highly of him. He seems to be a regular starter in our second team now, at the age of 18... that says it all. Tactically and technically, he's already great. If he can match the physicality needed for the top level and learn to be more consistent, he will be great for us one day. Would be very surprised if we didn't bite on the buy-out clause.
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Thats great to know thanks! Yeah I really hope BVB buys him! Cerezo Osaka Products don't betray ya! Ya'll know it ;)
Auba-man, Auba-man.
Does whatever, Aubaman can.
Scores a goal, any day
Runs so fast, he'll make you pay.
Look ooooout! Here comes the Aubaman.

I'm so happy he's in this sort of form. Micki and him have been the best performers so far (including the pre-season), I hope it's a continuing trend.
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I TOLD YOU ALL THAT AUBA WOULD TURN IT ON THIS SEASON! :D

Naaaa, I'm just super stoked to see him do this well. I always thought he should be our Lewa replacement, but playing him next to Ramos or Immobile in a 442 is absolutely ingenious. Gives him the freedom to use his incredible pace to work of another post forward. He's going to be deadly this year.

I don't think Dortmund will be sporting the leading goal scorer this year but I believe that Auba, Immobile, Ramos, Mickey, and Reus will all score in the double digits, with Auba scoring the most goals.
Dortmund will be better off without Lewa, I can feel it...
Auba is a great guy and a great player, and to see him flourishing like this now makes me feel really happy. Ciro is potentially the new Christian Vieri and Ramos is a great new addition to the strikeforce.

BUT, Lewa was a huuuge asset for Dortmund, never a liability. He is a team player, a complete striker, a goal machine. There's no way we'll be 'better off' without him, but Klopp always finds a way to manage and keep Dortmund strong.
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Hmm. It is undoubtedly difficult to disagree over something as obvious as Lewandowski's goal scoring abilities... however, I feel that in the long run we may actually be better off without him - not because other players are better than him individually, but because a more flexible and less predictable playing style focusing on more than just one goal scorer gives players such as Auba, Reus, Mikhi and hopefully Ciro a new flexibility that they may need to grow.

Was Lewa a great player for Dortmund? Absolutely! But I think we have a new team which can hopefully compensate in other ways, better flow and more dynamic. We'll see. :)
Not because Lewa was bad or anything. But better off in a way that they feel the need to work harder in order to compensate.
I agree that we'll be better off without Lewa. It forced us to progress our style of play... with him still here we would not be playing a 442 and Auba would never have gotten his chance as a forward. Our system is much more fluid now that we don't rely on just booting the ball up to Lewa for him to pluck down. He was and is a phenomenal player, but I won't miss him one bit.

The first time I saw Götze in red and blue, I teared up. When I saw Lewa in Munich's colors, it didn't faze me one bit.
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@MP you think Dortmund would have won if Mario didn't miss the CL final vs Bayern? I thought you hate him by now instead of missing him
i agonized over whether to get subotic because i couldnt find a quality sub to play while subotic recovered. seems he will go straight back into the starting line up! good to hear reus and subotic are back in the fray.
Schmelzer injured?

On one hand I feel bad for Schmelzer, who, honestly, is a good player. On the other hand however, I cannot wait for Durm to establish himself as our left-back starter!

This may be similar to the *being forced to your luck* situation as the Mustafi injury during the World Cup. We played a lot better once he was gone. Everyone saw it, only Loew (for whatever reasons) couldn't, until he had no choice.

Lets hope Durm uses this chance and convinces everyone who didn't yet see his greatness!
+2
It's crazy how we've all come to love Durm so quickly. I like Schmelle, but Durm is potentially twice the player he is and shows that talent most games. He's bound to become a true world class left-back soon.
Great runs again by Durm today!


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7
0
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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
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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
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2
1
1
0
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1
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0
0
0
10
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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
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0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
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20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
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0
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