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Guys how do you rate Reus's season? Is he still the same player as before the multiple injuries? He's been really out of the spotlight and I haven't seen too many dortmund games this season so I'm really wondering what's up?
Who else thinks our loss to Liverpool was the straw that broke the camel's back in Hummel's decision to leave?

Let's put aside the fact that he's leaving to Bayern and concentrate on the fact that he wants to leave in general.
After that loss to Liverpool he must've realized how a top top team would never have to endure a loss like that. I think it was the x factor in his decision. And to that degree who can blame him for wanting to leave? I can't. Though leaving to Bayern is just too nasty.
To be fair, I and many others would argue that if anyone was most at fault for the Liverpool loss, it was Hummels as both captain and as our #1 CB. After all, it was a catastrophic defensive collapse that cost us. The final goal came as a direct result of a lost header challenge, which is the job of our CBs to deal with before anyone else. So I don't buy that as a reason. Not even a bit.
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I'm not saying he's not at fault or that he did excellently while the rest disappointed him.
Not at all.
I'm saying that he was probably disappointed by the entirety of the teams' spirit
I agree. I think Mats was always sort of doubtful of our quality as a top European team, as we all are at times, but this loss basically proved it.

It wouldn't happen to a Bayern, a Barça, an Atlético or a Real Madrid. It was proof our team is too naive and wouldn't be getting back to the top the way we did in 2013 champions league final.
I feel for Dortmund fans really I do. However, we've lost LOVED players in the past too. When Basti wanted to leave we (I personally) were VERY upset, but I choose to respect his decision... Same with Kroos, Ballack and many other players. But we have also kept MANY MORE players in the club even after retirement.

I know it's hard for some people to hear, but Dortmund fans should point fingers at their own management instead of Bayern. Both Lewandowski and Hummels voiced their interest to join Bayern rather than other clubs. Blaming us for their decision is childish.

Like I didn't blame Man United or Real Madrid, or Basti and Kroos, Dortmund fans shouldn't either.

IMO, BVB like Bayern own the privilege of having two the most passionate fans in the world. Being upset and angry about your favorite player is understandable and is a big of supporting your favorite club, but putting blame on others is just childish. Let's not be like Barca fans when Figo left for Real!
Screw figo lel
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I don't think Dormtund fans are 'blaming' Bayern; they're just pissed off at those players, and rightly so.
Yes because Basti leaving to England and Kroos leaving to Spain is same thing as Hummels leaving Dortmund to join a direct/only title rival in the league. Makes sense...
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Don't give us that nonsense. Suggesting that our captain jumping ship to not only a direct title rival but our second (or first, depending on who you ask) most hated team, is somehow the same as going abroad is incredibly offensive if only for the sheer stupidity of such a comment. It is absolutely nothing like Schweini going to United or Kroos leaving to Madrid. Not even close. This is exactly why we hate Bayern; because of the completely oblivious knobs who always seem to need to say something to make themselves feel better about supporting a club run by evil c*nts.

You know what? In this particular case we don't blame Bayern. But Bayern have a longstanding policy of cherry-picking key players from any club that gives them a sniff of competition. That much is indisputable. So coming here on our board to tell us that we have no right to be angry is a spit in the face.

And blaming our management? Seriously? Because our sponsors don't have as deep pockets as yours? For having the audacity to live within the means of the club? If I hadn't already been warned by mods on here before I'd have some choice words for you. The only child here, apparently, is you. Totally clueless.
+5

If you remember, you know I didn't accept Bayern signing Gotze the way they did.

Would you consider a hypothetical for me. What Bayern player joining what club would be equal to the situation you're really upset about?




"Life priorities for different people in different periods of time - right or wrong - is what they would live with for the rest of their lives." ~Me!

So, as a clueless child, my suggestion is to you: Let people you care about make their own decisions about life.
I still respect and like Lewa for his contributions to our BVB team back then and wish him all the best at Bayern. Doesn't mean it didn't sting.

I'll still respect Mats for hos contributions too, but he basically planted a dagger in our backs.
"Would you consider a hypothetical for me. What Bayern player joining what club would be equal to the situation you're really upset about?"

Imagine if after our league/cup double of the 2011-2012 season, Schweinsteiger or Lahm joined us, saying he felt he had a better chance to win the Champions League. Then imagine if after the 5-2 humbling in Berlin, Adidas dropped out as your sponsor and you could no longer just drop €50m on one player. Maybe then we'd be getting close...
To me, everything Hummels contributed to our success in the past is completely negated by this choice. As far as I'm concerned, his time here will now forever be nothing but a black stain on a proud history, if only because of his total hypocrisy after all of the things he's said in the past. He's a dirty f*cking hypocrite and this would be much worse than Gotze if not for his advancing age and unpredictable form. I hope he warms the bench for the rest of his career.
http://www.bvb.de/ger/News/Uebersicht/Mats-Hummels-moechte-BVB-verlassen

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/10261338/mats-hummels-asks-to-leave-borussia-dortmund-for-bayern-munich

:'(
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Damn, rip. Well atleast "The German side have also confirmed that Hummels has no release clause" , you can take them to the cleaners.

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RIP humanity.
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Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd our football fate is sealed.

We will never become the best if our best players and in this case the freaking captain keep leaving us, and worst of all to our biggest domestic rivals.
i feel sorry for you guys. you guys should included a no transfer to bayern clause in your contracts form now on
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f*****g lovely.




FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!
Some captain. F*cking snake.
Hummels to Bayern? I'll believe it when I see it, but if it's true then what a f*cking c**t. He openly criticized Gotze in public when he sold out, so to turn around and do the exact same thing a little while later would be unspeakable in my mind. Even more so given that he's club captain.

Not sure how much more of this speculation I can take. We're not playing for much anymore so these matters need to be settled ASAP so we're in a better position to get replacements. Hummels isn't helping the matter with his little nothing hints. Just f*cking tell us already.
I pretty much agree.I would totally respect his decision to leave Dortmund for ANY club except Bayern.

He's a legend for me,and I have the utmost respect for him as a great role model and player,but should he leave for Bayern,all that respect will vanish.

Also,f*ck.If he leaves then we'll probably lose minimum 2 players (Gundogan,Hummels) this summer.Not to mention the unclear situation with Mikhi...
That would be the lowest of lows for a true Dortmund great.

Man, I've loved Mats since his first game here. I've always said that he was world class when most people barely knew him and I love the leadership role he grew into.

If ever he had to leave, I'd like nothing more than him going to Barça, but I'd be happy for him if he went to a club like Liverpool, City or United too. But f*****g BAYERN?

No way.
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According to news, Sakho failed drug test which bans him from rest of the season. What do you guys think, should/will Dortmund ask some rematch , since he failed the test that was taken after Liverpool's game vs Man United?
judging by our performance that night it would seem our players were the ones on drugs but then crack cocaine
+1
It was fat burning drugs, not performance enhancing.
If Mikhi leaves we are absolutely fudged. He's way too valuable for us
Yea, he's proved himself this season in a BIG way. He made people like me who ripped on him for his last 2 seasons look like fools. I'm so sorry Mikhi! Please don't go!!!
+1
Good game; everyone was looking sharp!

Keeping the pressure on Bayern...
Lol Reus just can't seem to stay onside.
Shinji & Pulisic!!! There are no two guys I'd rather see on the scoresheet. Great performance so far.
^ Definitely nice to see. Pulisic is doing pretty damn good. A true go getter


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