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Nunduine

What's with the sudden influx of Ronaldo fans saying he's coming here? Every Bayern fan knows for a fact that Ronaldo's behaviour is literally the opposite of what our board wants of players at this club.


No_Community4641

It is just his fans and Cristiano friendly media being high on hopium. I don't want him anywhere close to our club and players.


supermember866866

Except when Germany plays portugal . In that case the players have to stay very close and not him go


ObjectiveZlatan

After years of seeing Lewandowski underperform in big matches I'd appreciate the chance to see a motivated Ronaldo play here.


teuerkatze

I’m sorry have you watched him at all recently? The man is cashed.


supermember866866

What's wrong with motivated chuopo though:(


No_Community4641

THIS. Sign me up for Choupo scoring the winning goal for FC Bayern in the Champions League final.


gafadi_x

Is there any subreddit for German Football Team ?


teuerkatze

This is about as close as you’ll get.


XeroVeil

not afaik There's r/dfb but it's super dead.


ObjectiveZlatan

Hopefully we see CR7 in Bayern rot


supermember866866

Why do we need to suffer tho , rather let him rot in any other team


rinacio

Gag


cristiano-potato

What do you guys think of the Ronaldo rumors? Seems insane for Bayern to take him right? But for Ronaldo it would be a dream. And also in theory it would explain why he felt comfortable burning every bridge he has with Man U


kadoooosh

Babe wake up, new Ronaldo rumour just dropped


scrambledeggsss

[In honour of Ronaldo rumours, my favourite video ever of him.](https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMF5TTyRH/)


jsnamaok

God I thought we were done with this


cristiano-potato

I think it might be real since it would explain Ronaldo’s sudden torching of his relationship with Man U


No_Community4641

No, it isn't. Too big an ego, no self awareness whatsoever and considers himself to be bigger than the club - the exact opposite of what we want in our players. Ronaldo to Bayern is just his fans and Cristiano friendly media being veryyy high on hopium. I HATE the fact that his name is being associated with FC Bayern. Move on from these baseless rumors, ffs


cristiano-potato

Would you take Messi?


No_Community4641

Nope, but what does Messi have to do with all of this?


cristiano-potato

I was curious lol


ObjectiveZlatan

Needless to say but Flick was a way better coach for Bayern than Pep.


kadoooosh

Flicks team would be lucky to have the ball more than once a half


jsnamaok

I don’t get the point of these statements tbh


Chele_17

"Needless to say" its how the comment started 🤦‍♂️


timothymr

I agree that it is needless to say that but not for the reasons you'd think.


xTatamo

idk how he can be better had one very lucky season nothing more


Die_Roten_94

I don't get comments like these. Flick had 14W streak in Bundesliga in the same season. This was after Kovac got fired. Pep had 19W (longest ever in Bundesliga) and Jupp had 14W twice (in 17/18 as well) iirc. Iirc, no one else comes close to this. So, no it is not luck. Winning multiple games back to back isn't luck. Just to put things into perspective, our current manager has 6W which is his longest streak ever with Bayern. Also, that happened after the last win against Schalke. For Bundesliga 2021/22, we had one year without 6Ws together. You are still finding fault with Hansi for 20/21? He had around 6W streaks when the season started in 10 days after CL finals, we averaged 1.5 games per week and we had many players leaving without finding proper replacements.


xTatamo

i just wanne see what he does with germany, all the games to this day where nothing special with germany


Die_Roten_94

How many years has it been since he took over as manager for German NT?


xTatamo

9 w in 15 not that great but lets see what he can do


scrambledeggsss

And by the end of it, you could see the wheels falling off because of his insistence to only play one way in that congested season. Don't get this.


Bearclawed81

If you go off of trophies sure


teuerkatze

That’s a pretty good way to judge success! There aren’t any trophies for style points.


OpportunityNearby138

Way better dont know why you gettin downvoted


lvl50boss

"Way better" is absolutely not the truth. You can make an argument for him being better, but under pep we averaged 85 league points per season and the most goals we conceded were 23. Can you imagine that? The other two seasons is 17 and 18. On top of that we made it to the CL semis 3 times in a row with a depleted squad and guys like kimmich played CB. Yes we scored more under hansi but under pep i felt we were more stable both offensively and defensively. (This is not an attempt at reducing hansi's achievements what he did was incredible but he was in no way or shape "way better" than pep)


OpportunityNearby138

A very wise man once said “You have to enjoy success,but in the end, a semi-final is not a success” his name is hansi flick by the way


julesvr5

>Didier Deschamps says he considers Lucas Hernández primarily as a left-back for the World Cup. The Hernández brothers will compete for a starting spot at LB in the tournament [@RMCsport] They could start an almost full bayern backline where they know eachother but of course not


Homygod319

Wtf man play him at CB


arnoldbread

Deschamps is doing his best to continue the wc winners curse.


Thraff1c

Because we are speaking about Bild: They are saying Lucas has parted with his wife.


No_Community4641

This is not the first time, I am reading about this. Once in every 6-8 months, I read something about them separating and from what I see on sports tabloids who consider themselves as "news sources" (which is more often than not, not the yardstick of truth), it looks like an endless cycle of separating and getting back together alongwith some mutual abuse. Whatever it is, I hope they not only have their own but also son and daughter's wellbeing in mind.


Homygod319

They don’t even follow each other on insta


julesvr5

Ah shit here we go again


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

lucas be like "you aint arresting me in qatar, bitches"


footysocc

maybe he'll go the post-divorce Brazzo beastmode route


ediewz

Davies vlog from yesterday's NFL match: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBXfV3Tfs90&ab\_channel=AlphonsoDavies


Gertex

As a die hard Bucs fan... this is soooo awesome!


No_Community4641

What is the general public opinion on Bild in Germany? From whatever little I know, they are nothing but an unreliable tabloid who spread unwarranted rumors just for the sake of clicks and unsurprisingly get a lot of reach.


kadoooosh

„The Bild newspaper is an organ of infamy. It is wrong to read it. Someone who contributes to this newspaper is socially absolutely unacceptable. It would be wrong to be friendly or even polite to one of its editors. One must be as unkind to them as the law will just allow. They are bad people who do the wrong things. - Max Goldt“


pewpewlasersandshit

Generally speaking it is a low tier trashy tabloid. BUT, they are very good when it comes to leaks and insider information - especially when it comes to football clubs. They also share a lot of their staff with SportBild, so all in all a good source for Bayern and Bundesliga Clubs in general. Although i have to say that they have been a bit hit or miss lately but overall still one of the better sources...


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

mostly trash, they do anything for clicks/sales whatever narrative they think is maybe popular gets their coverage even when they said the exact opposite before most media in germany got hijacked by activists acting like journalists (imo), but BILD is just playing the money game


gokkel

The quality of news media overall is low. Bild is bad and has a lot of trash, but you have to be careful with any other source too.


Thraff1c

Mostly not the best for us, but if they get something big and hide it behind their paywall then it's mostly true.


julesvr5

Trash. Falk used to be pretty reliable due to his mole/moles but since he retired Falk is just guessing around. Just look at the Mané transfer when he sad it isn't true and we aren't interested in Mané.


BR_95

What do you guys think Germany’s lineup is vs Japan?


julesvr5

Attack from the land, not from the water


Thraff1c

As the game is in Qatar Id have a certain Wüstenfuchs ready for that task.


Ragtime_Kid

As a history teacher, I just screenshoted the question plus your answer and will create a power point slide and use this as an introduction and also review of the past lesson for ww2 lessons. Brilliant input, thank you.


julesvr5

( -.-)7


Ragtime_Kid

Don’t be mad, it’s really perfect. A good joke to start the lesson lightens up the mood and it really gives the bare minimum to reactivate. This is by no means meant in a satirical way, this is the kind of meme you start a brilliant lesson with.


julesvr5

I'm not mad, I'm salutating


Ragtime_Kid

I’ll keep you updated on the results


julesvr5

I insist! Give everyone who doesn't laugh a bad grade please


BR_95

I’d go: Muller Sane Musiala Gnabry Gündogan. Kimmich Raum. Rudiger Schlotterbach. Sule Neuer


oxtailandpsych

I’ve seen a lot of hypothetical XIs have Müller at striker but if he does start, why not —————Gnabry—————— Sané———Müller———Musiala


BR_95

Sure, I think it will all be very fluid anyways. I just feel like those 4 are clearly the 4 who should start.


skylu1991

I’d probably go for Günter instead of Raum, just because he’s more in-form. Also Goretzka instead of Gündogan, as he has a better "engine“, which is something I see is need against Japan.


Thraff1c

Only difference I'd pick is Füllkrug up top tbh, the rest looks good.


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skylu1991

Score, yes, but will he have chemistry and quick one-twos with the 3 behind him? Honestly, we just have to try it out and see!


Homygod319

Shame on anybody that wanted Ronald to join us this summer. Have a look at yourself


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arnoldbread

Well Man United is actually interested in Choupo. Doubt he would make the switch given the form he is in.


jsnamaok

I try not to dig at people’s fashion too much but [Sabitzer with the incognito look and leather gloves looks like he’s been out strangling and Alaba is about 30cm of coat length away from hipster Gestapo](https://twitter.com/madridxtra/status/1591841873781346305?s=46&t=Nj5VMECt2J_2m02TsIQ-qA).


joyridah

Incognito mode engaged


julesvr5

Did they never heard of fashion souls?


Xey2510

When you pick the equipment with good stats


King_Vercingetorix

Alaba's overall stats: +1 Authority from Leather Jacket, +1 Disco from Sunglasses, -10 for style and running from pants. Sabitzer's overall stats: ???????


skylu1991

Sabitzer‘s overall stats are probably a pure luck build!


Insanel0l

What the fuck are some of those looks lmao, Sabitzer looks like someone that has a court ruling for domestic violence in a couple of days


jsnamaok

Sabitzer looks like he’s been hiding in the bush watching your wife play tennis.


Insanel0l

Or the kind of guy that wants to sell drugs at you in the Görli


Thraff1c

[Musiala looks like he will give his grandkids some bonbons and 5€ pocket money.](https://mobile.twitter.com/YESSISG16/status/1591874851979276290/photo/1)


Imaneight

Lol! Leave him alone. I want to believe that he's still wholesome and innocent. Does his mom still drive him to practice? Fonzie will slowly get him hip-hopped up soon enough, I'm sure.


jsnamaok

Loool he is really just missing the cane.


timothymr

Four moments from this season that I think have been turning points. - [Sané makes it 1-1 against Borussia Mönchengladbach](https://youtu.be/Kj9L7Df7czg?t=98) After beginning the season as a bench player, his performances when on the pitch elevated him further up the pecking order. His whole performance this game was brilliant but getting the goal against Yann Sommer really cemented Sané as an undisputed starter as he has continued to get better and better virtually every game he's played. What's more than this, he has really helped to add versatility to his repertoire, comfortably playing on both left and right wings as well as through the middle or as a supporting forward up top. Against Schalke, his defensive contributions were really brought to the forefront - at times playing like a box to box midfielder. The other turning point was him debuting a new hairstyle against Bayer Leverkusen. - [Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting starts against Freiburg](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIZMQLzgX04&ab_channel=SkySportsFootball) While Bayern didn't exactly look weak going forward, there was something missing from their attack which was at times suffering from being _too_ fluid. Enter Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting. Never been known for being a master of one particular thing, he is skilled, strong, smart and confident enough to do everything he needs to to facilitate Bayern's other forwards while also contributing himself. His hold up play is second to none and his unselfish approach to the game has allowed other players to flourish with him. After a 2-2 draw to Dortmund that felt more like a loss, Choupo-Moting's impact in the 5-0 victory against Freiburg was palpable and he has since remained one of the first names on the teamsheet. - [Bayern 2-0 Barcelona](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpmotkvLBEI&ab_channel=BTSport) There is a lot to take away from this game. Noussair Mazraoui joined the game after 20 minutes replacing Benjamin Pavard and put in a stellar performance, winning all of his duels and being a crucial component of Bayern's second goal. The second goal saw a great combination between Jamal Musiala and Leroy Sané who have gone to on have 6 joint goal contributions this season. Lucas Hernandez got a rare goal but his defensive performances were what caused all the talk. - [Matthijs De Ligt](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCyo_wX5k_4&ab_channel=HouseofFootballHD) In particular his game against Barcleona but in general everything he has done in a Bayern shirt. It could be argued that Bayern haven't had a really solid defence since Mats Hummels left. David Alaba took on the leadership role but his actual defending lacked a great deal. Lucas Hernandez excels in the defending but is not the type to lead the line. Matthijs De Ligt, however, has both of these traits in abundance. It is reminiscent of when Xabi Alonso joined the club and within two days was expertly demonstrating his calmness in the middle of the pitch. It is a joy to see someone fit into the club so seamlessly as well as see them complement the players around them, elevating both Hernandez and Dayot Upamecano in turn. A personal highlight: the tackle he made against Barcelona which was initially awarded as a penalty. VAR showed that it was, in fact, as perfect a tackle as you could ask for. Couple this with the disgruntled gesture for his opponent to get up - he no doubt has fans for life.


joyridah

Greta write up and some good points made.. I think I would add - sadly, Thomas Mueller’s ongoing injuries have allowed Musiala to cement his place in the starting 11..going to be difficult to send him back to bench


scrambledeggsss

>Couple this with the disgruntled gesture for his opponent to get up - he no doubt has fans for life. His opponent? Can't recall. Loved all of these points.


SlyFisch

Great write up Tim


scrambledeggsss

I had totally forgotten that Germany plays Spain the groups. And here I was joyfully reminiscing of the Bayern vs Barca games, not realizing I'll be witnessing it again in 10 days.


supermember866866

Just need to start Bayern's mid and attack and I'll be confident


Insanel0l

What the actual fuck, I didn't realize the world cup is *that* close in front of us, it's literally starting this sunday lol


ACardAttack

Yeah, I was listening to a podcast the other day and they said so and so was traveling for the world cup and I was like, what the fuck, thought it was like a month away


kadoooosh

>it's literally starting this sunday lol WHAT


Insanel0l

My thought, I was about to rant that we're playing a friendly in 2 days but yeah that makes sense if the world cup is literally starting in 6 days


Kind_Mulberry_3512

[Martínez on the favourites for the World Cup: "The head says Argentina - but my heart says Spain and Germany" from iMiaSanMia](https://twitter.com/iMiaSanMia/status/1592114861739503616) I think Argentina is the obvious guess, they seem to have the best individuals imo but the best individuals don't necessarily win a tournament, it's the team that matters, so that's why Spain or Germany is a stronger pick. I think Germany will win simply because of Hansi Flick and his management, I'd argue the management is even more important than the players


Bruh-_-_-_-_-_-_-

Argentina dont have the best individuals. Its just Messi and Copa America bias. But they are on a good run of form. Germany are the favourites imo as you said because of the coach. Hansi is the best coach in the world cup


Kind_Mulberry_3512

Hansi literally saved us from 5th in the league to a sextuple. No even Pep or Klopp can do that


scrambledeggsss

>No even Pep or Klopp can do that ..sure


Bruh-_-_-_-_-_-_-

Pep gets showered with money. And klopp took 3-4 seasons to reach the top at liverpool.


Bruh-_-_-_-_-_-_-

He is a miracle worker. But the only concern i have with germany are the fullbacks. Hoffmann is a winger. I dont teust him enough defensively. Klostermann is a Center back and cant offer much in attack. David Raum hasnt been at his best recently.


Kind_Mulberry_3512

David Raum is a superb LB, he might just be having a dry run of form. Each NT has its weakness I feel but it's how that weakness is dealt with. You have to make up for it. There's Bambi, Müller, would be Reus but he's sadly injured, Füllkrug will be hit or miss imo, Flick was right to pick him because of his recent form but it's still a gamble since if chance creation is low then other teams, especially Spain I think will find a gap. Spain's players are very attacking which is something to keep an eye on.


Bruh-_-_-_-_-_-_-

I think we will win all 3 games in the group. Bambi alone is enough for their Center backs, which is a particular weakness in their team. Kimmich and Goretzka on song would smash pedri gavi and Busquets into a concrete wall. Both Sane and Gnabry are in form and Spain's fullbacks are also weak. The only thing is our striker problem. Lets be honest, Havertz has been shit. Füllkrug is too much of a risk, if he plays well in the first game, then probably he might get the nod against spain.


skylu1991

Not entirely optimal, but I would honestly just put Müller there and have him rotate heavily with Gnabry and potentially Musiala…


Bruh-_-_-_-_-_-_-

Well, Gnabry striker has worked well for Jogi lets see


kvnschm

Am I the only one who hates player fanbases more, than the actual club fanbases??


jsnamaok

I actually don’t dislike many club fanbases apart from Barca and Chelsea. Obviously not a big fan of PSG or City fans cos they’re all pl*stics but honestly do not find them anywhere near as obnoxious as those two. I don’t really understand being a ‘player fan’ and switching club allegiance based on where they’re playing. I feel like it’s not really a thing outside the Messi/Ronaldo phenomenon? Maybe Neymar too? I guess it’s a different way to enjoy football, but I can’t relate to it at all. What does one do when that player retires?


LordSW93

Gonna sound super old but having grown up in a time where there were more real one-club players and not so much made up "superstars", I can't understand changing allegiances with a player. I keep some sort of sympathy for certain players even after their gone but that's about it.


BeautifulDifferent17

I would imagine there would be there are at least some "player fans" could be more so fans of International football, with their interest in club football being related to seeing player(s) progress and develop between international games. Especially if you are a smaller country with one prominent player. I could definitely see how someone from Senegal could decide to switch from supporting Liverpool to Bayern due to Mané I will admit -- as a Canadian who has historically had an interest in major International Tournaments, but only really closely started following the club game after the CAMNT beat the USMNT in the 2019 Nations league when I realized that for once in my lifetime we actually had a team who looks like they could belong at a World Cup -- my interest in Bayern is a direct result of Davies. And ,as much as I have developed a deep admiration and interest in the club and believe I will continue supporting once he leaves; I am not 100% sure where my allegiance would lie if Davies left the Club for another and they were to meet Bayern in the CL knockout. Hopefully Davies stay's with the club and I never have to worry about that situation. You have a good point though, I don't know where people who are Messi/Ronaldo fans without the same connection to Argentina/Portugal go as fans after they retire. I would guess they would likely find the next generation of great players to follow? Maybe Haaland vs Mbappe will be the next player fandoms like that.


ZavaBalazs

if someone comes from watching a decade of formula 1 for example, I wouldn't find it too weird if they became player fans at first before settling on a team. for example someone is casually watching world cups and euros, gets captivated by Schweinsteiger in the 2014 world cup, starts watching club football then follows him to united a year later.


kvnschm

It's the toxicity these fans have, that makes them so un likeable imo. I understand fans, who have a favourite player, but you dont have to defend them for everything. For example the Ronaldo topic is imo one of the worst ways to be as a player, while you still play for the club, but these delusional fans call you jealous if you don't support that egoistic behaviour.


nightowl36

Yup. I hate it when I see a post on Facebook about, let's say, how Bayern won against Schalke, and in the comments I see a lot of bad memes about Messi and Ronaldo, from their fanbases.


kvnschm

People who bring topics into a discussion, which is 0 related to the topic are the worst


nightowl36

It just shows you how limited their thinking is.


Goldfischglas

[Our boy Schweini visiting the NFL game](https://i.imgur.com/AUiX2Cq.png) Also I am too dumb to use the new design, had to edit this posts like 5 times


F______________F

I was confused for way too long why Schweinsteiger looked so old until my dumb lizard brain finally made the connection that that was in fact Pete Carroll.


jsnamaok

Everyone was there it seems lol. Saw Hummels and Alaba there too.


Goldfischglas

That was a joke, that guy isn't actually Schweinsteiger lol


jsnamaok

Oh haha, I didn’t click the link.


kvnschm

Even Griezmann was there


jonomarkono

[Bayern Legend Javi Martinez](https://twitter.com/iMiaSanMia/status/1592114336499105792)


LordSW93

The short documentary they made when he left, I could cry right now.


supermember866866

Fucking hell still can't believe they didn't call up my boy Thiago :(


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

i miss my boy javi so much


jonomarkono

You're not alone on that.


footysocc

> Paul Wanner has been called up to Austria's senior national team by Ralf Rangnick. It's been agreed that the player will be there to have the opportunity to get a detailed impression of the team and the coaches without being used in the upcoming two friendlies revoke Rangnicks German citizenship immediately


Kind_Mulberry_3512

I disagree tbh, I think he has more of a chance to break into the Austrian side


julesvr5

Might be a good move for Wanner. At Germany he has to compete with the likes of Musiala and Wirtz and AM overall is a relatively well equipped position


supermember866866

What if he can play pure winger though ? Lesser competition in that position


pewpewlasersandshit

Depends on how you see it i guess. What can you even achieve playing for Austria ? And who knows which position Wanner will end up playing in... Idk, i'd rather take the gamble and stick to the German NT and maybe get the chance of playing for a major title.


trifile

What's your preferred XI if everyone is fit ? Its hard picking the best back 4 (back 5 ?). I don't think Mazraoui and Davies should both play in a 4 man defence.


BeautifulDifferent17

In a 4-2-3-1: Neuer Pavard Upa De Ligt Davies Kimmich Goretzka Gnabry Musiala Sané Choupo I think on current form this is probably our best formation and lineup for big games imo. But there are certainly some arguments to be made about a few spots. In a 3-4-3: Neuer De Ligt Upa Hernandez Mazroui Kimmich Goretzka Davies Sané Musiala Choupo I would really like to this back 5 tried out in a game where the stakes are not too high. With how good Upa, De Ligt, and Hernandez have all been this season I would love to see this back 3. Fast, Strong, can play with the ball, and a great combination of aggressive and positionally sound. Maz and Davies would also fill the WB roles beautifully with Davies pushing up to act as a winger in attack with Musiala drifting into the 10 spot, Maz inverting to join Kimmich in midfield allowing the second pivot more freedom to join the attack and make late runs into the box. (In this case, Goretzka can use his strong long distance shot more in late runs while still being able to get back and help with his physicality to win back balls.) I do kind of wish I could get one more of our attackers on the pitch, and with how solid it is at the back I think there is an argument to be made to replace Goretzka with a more creative option -- maybe Gravenberch or if you want to get even more attacking maybe Musiala in the double pivot that pushes up in attack and add Gnabry/Coman/Mané. I also think if you wanted you could replace Maz with Coman at WB if you wanted that position to act more as a Winger in attack -- although then you probably need Goretzka's physical presence in the midfield.


PAT_The_Whale

Pavard has been insane so far this season, so I disagree with the general consensus that Maz should definitely start


pewpewlasersandshit

Currently i'd probably go for: Neuer - Davies, Upa, MdL, Maz - Kimmich, Sabitzer - Sane, Musiala, Gnabry - Choupo


qonoxzzr

Why Sabitzer over Goretzka? Goretzka was doing great lately imo.


pewpewlasersandshit

Because i don't trust that double pivot vs. good teams. They have yet to play against a good & competent team and do well. So I'd rather go with the defensively sound Sabitzer-Kimmich pairing.


qonoxzzr

Now that Kimmich is holding his position more often instead of rushing forward, I think him and Goretzka now work very well as Goretzka is proactively trying to extinguish enemys passes in midfield a lot which seems to work great lately.


pewpewlasersandshit

I just need to see a few matchups vs. proper teams before i can even start to think about trusting that pairing again :D


qonoxzzr

Fair enough, guess PSG games will show us the truth haha


ObjectiveZlatan

The Club really would have been better off if Laimer was playing that Sabitzer role


Kind_Mulberry_3512

RIght now it's difficult to say with a WC on the horizon. Let's wait till it finishes then we can decide in January


Bearclawed81

Neuer Maz, whatever combo of Lucas De Ligt Upa, Davies Kimmich Goretzka Gnarby Musiala Sane Choupo. Why don’t u think Davies and Maz should be in it?


kadoooosh

Current form: Neuer Maz-Upa-MdL-Davies Kimmich Goretzka Gnabry-Musiala-Sané EMCM


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

daily reminder that there were "experts", who wanted us to keep big mac over de ligt


ObjectiveZlatan

Having Sule was a great option regardless. He was a good player and a great singing for the price.


13s_number12

There were experts that said Dortmund is "Transfermeister" because they got Adeyemi and Süle for free. Adeyemi currently has a grand total of 0 goals and assists.


Kind_Mulberry_3512

Dortmund selling Haaland, even though they couldn't do much about it, was a huge blow for them. Their gambles in the market have not worked out yet. Ironic how their emergency signing (Modeste) has been decent, and unfortunately the situation with Haller is out of Dortmund's control, hopefully he gets better and gets back on the pitch. Dortmund might want to invest in January, whereas we can sit back slightly and just hope for no major injuries


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

adeyemi was not free, he cost like ~30 million €


13s_number12

I know, just structured my sentence badly 😅


Kind_Mulberry_3512

Ik what you mean tho, no worries, both have disappointed and that's what important, no how much they paid for them


supermember866866

Sule can't be disappointing for them . He even plays RB for them and did fine


Kind_Mulberry_3512

He's disappointing on expectation. He's a solid defender for sure but he's not been as good as most were expecting.


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

i gotcha :)


Henngest

I was at the NFL match yesterday. First time I visit Munich, and first time at such an event. It was so amazing, love the city and the Allianz Arena. I have to come back one day and watch Bayern play, I believe it's going to be even more awesome!


Ajvarmk

Yesterday i was like i was going to enjoy Allianz one last time watching NFL .... damn i got angry man, they destroyed the grass :D


Insanel0l

This is where the fun part kicks in: The NFL is completly paying for the pitch overall we're getting now


LordSW93

Brazzo ppt strikes again.


skylu1991

New grass would’ve (needed to) happen anyway, so why not letzten destroy and pay for the new one! Win-win scenario in my books tbh.


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

really nice, the new grass will be perfect when we return to the allianz


poghosyan

true, €160-200k


Die_Roten_94

How are u guys planning to spend your time during WC break and winter break?


Kind_Mulberry_3512

I'm off to Italy on Sunday for the first week of the WC, just want to get out my shell a little bit


jsnamaok

Where about in Italy?


Kind_Mulberry_3512

Puglia, in the south


jsnamaok

Nice, Puglia is lovely. I was just up in the north at the Swiss border last month. Enjoy!


Kind_Mulberry_3512

Ty, I guess it was a good choice from me then, hopefully it all checks out. Can't wait to eat foccacia and watch some World Cup, I've been to Piemonte and Lombardia before, a bit battered in some areas and a bit chaotic but so much fun, but there's still many regions in Italy I've never been to


Die_Roten_94

Are u guys from Europe? You have plenty of travel options since most countries are close by. u/jsnamaok


jsnamaok

I am yeah, and everything is fully open now so travel is back to how it was.


kadoooosh

Gonna watch a lot NFL and CFB and the rest of the time I will be busy getting fat from all the food


Die_Roten_94

I tried looking up NFL rules to watch the recent game. It is quite puzzling. Also, Brady is too good looking for his age.


Luuigi

watch some darts lol


Die_Roten_94

Do u follow it regularly? Also, how do u go from football to darts? It's quite a switch. I don't mean it in a disrespectful way.


Luuigi

not at all -- I watch it with friends while getting absolutely hammered, period


Rockyflame458

Lol thank God we didn't go for Ronaldo in the summer. Dude is toxic AF


cristiano-potato

Awkward because some ManU reporter is saying Bayern have spoken with Ronaldo just before he gave that interview?


brandothedrummer

What did he do now ?


Kind_Mulberry_3512

Several years ago I was dreaming of having CR7. Just comes to show that the players' attitude is what matters as well as talent. You have to have both


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

watching him burning all bridges is hilarious


Insanel0l

toxic is honestly an understatement, he literally went to shoot at everybody and their mother Imagine if Neuer or someone came out and straight up insulted legends of the club and said he doesn't respect Nagelsmann lol


Die_Roten_94

Imagine going from Lewy to Ronaldo (who has a way bigger ego problem and will demand the ball more). Gnabry, Sane and Musiala will be pissed.


CHLSI

The best-looking round shape crest for me is Bayern's club logo. It looks so simple and yet looks powerful imo.


edolF

Indeed an amazing logo. I do, however, love the old logo (I belive 1923-1954, but not sure!). The blue FCBM logo, just a brilliant playful and well-made logo!


irun_mon

Especially since inter has retired theirs its undisputed


julesvr5

The new inter logo is so ugly, the old one was much much better


The-Berzerker

All the Italian rebranded logos just suck, Juve, Inter, Fiorentina you name it


CHLSI

>Juve i disagree with juve. Its a massive upgrade, fits their aesthetic


julesvr5

Piemonte Calcio strike


mowgleee

I'm so ecstatic we got de Ligt. The only defender to win the Golden Boy award. And he has been a wall for the majority of this season. I definitely see us as a stronger team than in 2021 and 2022. Musiala has turned into a player you can form your team around. Sané has been getting more output. Gnabry has completely turned the tide in the last few matches. Kimmich and Gorerzka have been brilliant defensively too. Even Pavard has been much better in every metric statistically compared to his previous seasons. No better time to face a team like PSG if our players are fit.


Kind_Mulberry_3512

Best signing we've made since Lewy in terms of impact, and Upa is turning out to be superb business as well


Luuigi

Goretzka and Gnabry are still somewhat week points. They are one of the best on their days but inconsistency makes them play so baldy at times


ObjectiveZlatan

Gnabry is our most reliable winger to do something in a big match


JOKER69420XD

Disagree, that's definitely Coman.


thunderstrucksun

>play so baldy at times That dig at goretzka 😂