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Klopp shows his "six pack" to Henrikh...hahaha

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IKpOIfoLiY
Saw tht on here too earlier , looks kinda weird lol
Goetze dumass misses easy chance vs Real Madrid

Low confidence , wanted to go be Peps bitch instead of first team player, good fr him
+2
Don't get sour about him. I don't care what he does in that jersey.
+5
I had so much respect for him when he played for bvb. he was much player their.
Who?
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We won't pretend we respect Borussia Dortmund, says Rummenigge

http://www.goal.com/en-sg/news/4010/germany/2014/04/23/4770851/we-wont-pretend-we-respect-borussia-dortmund-says-rummenigge

Wht a shitcunt
+2
In fairness, he said those things because we don't want to be friendly with them. Fair play from both clubs - don't need to act like we like each other.
+1
Kicker writes Ciro Immobile is favorite as our second striker/Lewandowski replacement.
2 Problems though.
1. He partly belongs to Juventus
2. Atletico are also interested.
Furthermore we're still working on a Kagawa return.
You no have Kagawa! But, no seriously...stay away :(

With the right manager we could finally see Shinji at his best again.
You had two seasons. Too late.
+6
Juve is after RVP, Dzeko and some other. I doubt they would want to keep immobile.
I'd welcome him.

and yeah, #FreeShinji
+3
You're right. With the right manager, we could see his best again. The right manager is the one who brought it out of him in the first place. You had two seasons and two managers. How long are you going to waste his talent?
Wait, are there any serious indications we're working on Kagawa???
^ Well there was this , this morning...

"Was told today that Dortmund were lining up an official bid for Kagawa. (NOT a swap) Won't happen now - Shinji wants to stay.
— Raphael Honigstein (@honigstein)"
We're supposed to take what a journalist, better yet blogger, from the Guardian seriously?
He asked a question and I gave him an answer, that there were supposedly talks/rumors that Dortmund were lining up a bid.

Why are you being so hostile for?
+4
my fingers are crossed for Immobile. really excited to see what he can do in the Bundes
Our friends on the ManU forum speculate that if van Gaal was to come, he would most likely play his 4-3-3 and find little use for someone like Kagawa in the squad. The suspension intensives!
^ van Gaal prefers the the 4-3-3 , but isn't dependent on the one formation. The one he chooses will always depend on the personnel he has at his disposal.

I think can Gaal would be delighted to tinker with the prospect of having Mata and Kagawa in the same XI. Or imo at least.

With that being said if let's say in hindsight he will never be able to reach those heights he did at Dortmund for whatever reason, then I'll admit that I
would happily accept to see him back in Dortmund. Would be selfish of me not to. I will miss him dearly though.
+1
I'm sorry MU4E1999, I know you mean well but I have to say it out straight: United will never use Kagawa to his maximum potential as United's playing style is simply too slow-paced.
This is not only dictated by tactics (that will soon be changed under a new manager) but also because the rest of the United squad are not fast-paced and lacking the mentality of it.

On a side note, I find it extremely annoying how a lot of United fans on footytube have been drooling over BVB players for years now and over Jurgen Klopp.
Instead of appreciating a strong team that is not bought with money but rather built from the bottom to the top, fans of other teams (not only United) simply don't care if all that collapses.

You can be a fan of any team and still appreciate the human dedication and the VIRTUE of what Dortmund is, and instead of wanting to dismantle it for your "own" team's benefit, you should want it to remain in tact.

My opinion is that a person firstly should be a football fan, secondly a fan of 'Team X'.
+6
If I came off as hostile, I apologize, but as OddSpud said it perfectly above about fans coming to our board to ask about release clauses and such. I guess what annoyed me was when you told us to "seriously... stay away" (even if you were joking). After years of ManU fans coming to our board and saying how they are going to take Goetze, Lewandowski, Reus, Hummels, etc., etc.. Many of us are still really big Shinji fans, and only want what is best for his playing career, which, as stated above, doesn't seem to be in England.
All ManU fans lusting after Borussia Dortmund players and manager,
please try getting BBC ;)
@Oddspud

I've been following Dortmund pretty much every week since December of 2010(10/11 season) when you were declared winter champions or should I say "Herbstmeister" ? I wouldn't call my self a Dortmund fan or supporter , but I am a keen admirer of everything that your club embodies and do have a soft spot for you guys.

I am a football fan 1st and a United fan second, as I also believe that's how it should be.

Regarding your players and Klopp: I have to admit guilty as charged. Can't speak for other fans, but when I say that I want the Gundogan's, Reus's and Klopp's , it's not because I want to tarnish or dismantle this great team of yours, only because I hold them too such high regards.

I understand & sympathize with you're saying though. wouldn't want to see Dortmund falter for other team's selfish reasons or my own. Even though I'd love to have them at my club, I wouldn't if it's at Dortmund's expense.

Regarding United and Shinji: For the last 3 seasons that's indeed been true. United have been slow, not as direct and lacked penetration.

If United do return to their roots however, playing the fast-paced, direct football it's known for [1996-2009] ..then I believe that Shinji would fit right in. Even if it seems foolish of me to; I still have to believe he'll come good, I just have to!


@PZPN1989 No worries then mate. Just a misunderstanding then. :)

P.S. Sorry for the long post.
hey guys :)
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Jürgen Klopp says he doesn't want Manchester United job
• Borussia coach says his contract is 'not breakable'
• Describes Reds as 'a great club with wonderful fans'

Suk on that
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Jürgen Klopp has ruled himself out of the Manchester United job. The 46-year-old told the Guardian: "Man Utd is a great club and I feel very familiar with their wonderful fans. But my commitment to Borussia Dortmund and the people is not breakable."

http://www.footytube.com/news/guardian/jurgen-klopp-says-he-doesnt-want-manchester-united-job-L30708?ref=hp_trendian

Phew. That's a relief.
"Wir alle sind nach wie vor ein bisschen verliebt in diesen Verein und in die Art und Weise, wie die Dinge hier ablaufen. Nichts bringt uns auseinander. Bis 2018 muss also KEINER mehr anrufen."

Is there any coach one of us Dortmund fans has ever loved more? I mean, I am a Club Brugge, Dortmund and Barça fan, and Ottmar Hitzfeld, Johan Cruijff and Josep Guardiola were big favourites of mine (Cruijff is still the most brilliant person in football ever to me), but there's no doubt Klopp is the only one I'd follow to hell and back if I was a player. And I am not a following type of person.

What a legend.
+2
I DO NOT want jurgen klopp to leave. He has done amazing things at dortmund
It makes me feel good. Sounds odd, but it does ^^ And it takes something special to realise what you already have instead of always looking somewhere else. That's rare!
I'm pretty sure that in 6 months the media will make fun of him because he didn't make a "smart" decision (which basically means going for the money). But that's how it goes...
We'll try again in 2018 maybe? Nah j/k :P
I doubt there is anyone daring to make fun of Klopp. Even the dumbest person on earth recons what Klopp (with Susi and Aki) has done with this Club.
Looks like man united are gonna fire moyes. Apparently their first target is klopp. Dont do it !!
I think it would take 2 or 3 Manchester United players to run as much as a Borussia Dortmund player does in a game on avg.
Just one more reason why Klopp joining them is highly improbable
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Judging the character of the man, I honestly don't see that happening. He has seen player over player being lured to bigger clubs in the past, to not only see them fail to show their potential there, but also reinventing himself and his game in between. He may have never quite expressed it that much himself, but I do think it has bothered him a lot seeing others trying to destroy his work for what we like to call "an apple and an egg".

Secondly, I think a manager needs interesting goals to work for with his team - and count me crazy, but I think managing a young and rising Dortmund is a lot more interesting that ManU, who comes more and more along as the British version of Juve than just a temporarily embarrassed Real.

Thirdly, if he chooses to stay, this would be a strong message for any young and rising Dortmund player that they do not need to go elsewhere to find their luck, but that this club has in fact everything they need to succeed and that it is worthwhile to stick around.

This is only my opinion obviously, but that's how I see it. Only time will tell who is right.
"Wir alle sind nach wie vor ein bisschen verliebt in diesen Verein und in die Art und Weise, wie die Dinge hier ablaufen. Nichts bringt uns auseinander. Bis 2018 muss also KEINER mehr anrufen."

Translated:

"We are all still a bit in love with this club and in the way how things are done here. Nothing can tear us apart. So until 2018 NONE should call anymore."

-Kloppo
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Soo according to rumours I hear that only half of our team will be here next season. First Klopp will go to United, taking Reus with him of course. He'll probably want Subotic too since he brought him here from Mainz when he came. Schmelle is off to Liverpool. Gundogan will probably reconsider his recent extension and join Madrid. I hear Tottenham are in need of a proper striker so they'll be coming for Schieber (please??). Arsenal will try a low-ball bid for Piszczek only to get beaten out by Man City, after which they will settle on an overpriced bid for Kirch acting like it's what they actually wanted all along. Meanwhile, Kuba will immediately retire to become our new manager (because let's face it, if he was a bit taller with a better beard he would kind of look like Klopp)... Oh and Hummels will be kidnapped and taken to Barcelona where he will force Puyol into a secret retirement so that he can wear his shirt and act like he's always been a 36 year old Spaniard with glorious long hair (thereby circumventing the transfer ban that everyone thinks will actually deter Barca).
+3
If it's not our players United are going after then it's our managing staff.. Absolutely disgraceful....
U forgot to mention maybe
Lewandowski might not be such a fukin Gotze and will have a change of heart after scoring a hat trick against Bayern Munich in the DFB final and say f**k you to them even though contracts already signed
Probably will become player/assistant coach under Kuba
Maybe this is not the best place to ask this question, but apart from the Bavarian page, this is the only other Bundesliga page frequently commented on.

Biases aside, what do you all think of Atsuto Uchida? Is he still the reliable player he was a season ago? I haven't been keeping up with the Bundesliga this season and I was hoping for a detailed answer. Maybe I could get a description on his character too.
I don't know too much about him, but I do know he's a reliable back who's a good professional. He's been injured since December though, but had a decent season. Not world class by any stretch, but good enough for a team like Schalke :P
he's better than average. That much I can say.
I appreciate the responses.
So, with Moyes going bye bye, what are the chances of Shinji coming back? I hear they plan to do some massive signings over the summer, they may be forced to let some people move on... and considering ManU and us are no longer direct competition. Why not? *hopes*

On a more "funny" note. If Giggs was to become interim's coach, his first call would be? Put Giggs in the starting 11 for the rest of the season? I mean... that'd almost be an unfair advantage wouldn't it? Now I just imagine Kloppo running around on the field all day long.
Would love to have Kagawa back at BVB. but i guess if the new manger gives him a better chance than what SAF and Moyes offered, then he'll stay there.
now what if that new manager is kloppo..?

o.0

ok, i'll get me coat.
Don't let the door hit you on the way out
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20
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34
71
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57
7
7
17
31
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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
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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
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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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10
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