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reflect9

Let me guess, [high line and inshallah?](https://twitter.com/DFB_Team_EN/status/1596542734692765701?s=20&t=_umRE4_o6B9OnhD_xvSAOw)


irun_mon

Damn the replies on this are awful


OneBeerAndWhiskeyPls

its just inshallah at this point


reflect9

This world cup is going take everything from Bayern and won't even pay off for Germany. Goddamn cursed tournament


hernandez21goat

Germany are getting grouped probably, but I put a cross in front of Musiala's picture, so I did my part.


steven5377

What do you guys think of Hincapie from Leverkusen/Ecuador ? I think he’d be a decent signing as he can play both CB and LB and he’s 20.


ManoLorca

Would love him here. He has a contract till 2026 unfortunately


2Holyland3

https://twitter.com/fcbmdaily/status/1596492072349204485?s=46&t=PEyxCWi92cH263brO0cmkw So sad for my boy


Tyrath

Coman vibes :(


Ragtime_Kid

Oh god no


CompetitiveMouting

god damn man. I love Lucas. Feel bad for him


No_Community4641

It was only 2 days ago that we were talking about a possible Lucas contract extension at Bayern and then today I see something about Lucas considering retirement after that ACL injury but apparently his mother convinced him against it (thank goodness for her). Gotta feel feel for the guy, he's been very unlucky throughout his career with injuries. The fact that he was considering retirement at the age of 26 is heartbreaking. Keeping my fingers crossed for a cracking comeback.


flybypost

> It was only 2 days ago that we were talking about a possible Lucas contract extension at Bayern Yeah, I mentioned how I got over my constant injury worries around him. And he gets injured soon after. Reading that he already wanted to retire make the whole thing sound even more depressing :(


No_Community4641

Injuries haven't been kind to him at all, u/backflash in a reply to this comment mentioned that he was injured for 41% of his time at Bayern and that's gotta be very tough to deal with. Heartbreaking stuff, indeed :(


flybypost

> he was injured for 41% of his time at Bayern Yeah, I started feeling confident in him (his body). It felt like more of the big injuries were from early on. Kinda how it took me a few years to feel comfortable with Thiago going into harder clashes. I remember him getting that surgery before going to Bayern to reduce the chance of something bigger and how that mean't he's arrive here while still in recovery. Lucas seemed on his way to a more stable and positive injury record to me, with some smaller issues but having recovered well from the big ones. It all just sucks, from the meh WC overall to multiple players' personal injury issues :/


King_Vercingetorix

As much as I like Hernandez, I do hope for his sake that he'll know when to call it quits before his body gets wrecked (or even more wrecked). It's kind of depressing to listen or read of retired players' accounts of dealing with pain on a daily basis or having to deal with osteoarthritis when they're in their 30s and 40s. [Ex-footballer survey: ‘I’m in pain every day and can struggle to walk even for three minutes’](https://theathletic.com/3640836/2022/10/02/footballer-survey-health-retirement/)


No_Community4641

There's more to life than football and even if he retires today, he will probably have more than enough money to lead a comfortable life. And if he thinks, his body will let him down, probably the right thing to do for him and his family. 26 is very young for an athlete to retire but injuries haven't been kind to him, it's been a very tough journey. Just hope this is the last of the lot, he is too special a player.


jsnamaok

>he will probably have more than enough money to lead a comfortable life Bit of an understatement


No_Community4641

He earned a lot of money, yes, but we've seen enough number of athletes who made bad financial decisions and ended up losing money in that process or being surrounded by shitty people who were responsible for his/her finances but made a mess of it. And if that's not the case, him and his family would be way more than comfortable


pewpewlasersandshit

> but we’ve seen enough number of athletes who made bad financial decisions and ended up losing money in that process or being surrounded by shitty people who were responsible for his/her finances but made a mess of it. While this is true and still happens, i think it is much less common nowadays.


jsnamaok

Bro’s got generational wealth. Anyone can go out tomorrow and make shitty financial decisions and end up broke, few have the financial safety that Lucas does. Not trying to dig at you or him, just saying the chances of Lucas ever having to worry about money are so tiny they’re not even really worth considering.


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MdgigntsgoswcIdwmlwy

His injuries have piled up and this one might be the one that tops the pile. If this is going to be the last injury he suffers I hope it's not because he's going to retire. I somehow hope he will be safe from anymore injuries after he comes back. He's had numerous problems with his knees including one from his Atltetico days that made him miss a big part of the 2018/19 season, and this one is the most serious one he's had. Why are our players so unlucky with injuries?


MdgigntsgoswcIdwmlwy

And seriously screw this World Cup! They should have changed the host nation, made a regular one in the summer of 2023, and put the next Euro in 2025.


teuerkatze

> MAR  coach Walid Regragui: "Mazraoui is still not out for the match against Belgium. I think he will be there, God willing. Hakimi and Saiss are in pain but you have to go beyond it, it's a World Cup. You have to die on the pitch even if it means taking risks" [@HanifBerkane] Cool cool cool.


strugglingtosave

If Maz gets injured again I swear


Jackman1337

Yea I totally dont see any way this could go wrong


Ragtime_Kid

Can’t believe I just read that


abloesezwei

Apparently we're interested in Gakpo. Talks with the player are supposed to start after the WC. Most likely it would be about a summer transfer I guess. Not sure what his role would be. Well rounded wingers like him fit Nagelsmannball in principle, but I think he might even fit the Choupo role.


mrfocus22

He can play all three forward positions, including CF. If for example Serge is looking at leaving, he'd be a great option.


scrambledeggsss

Someone is gonna have to leave then, right?


jsnamaok

I’m actually more inclined to think it would be Coman who leaves over Serge, if someone does.


scrambledeggsss

Me too. Coman has actually spoken out about wanting to try something new soon. While I see Gnabry comfortable here. And I wouldn't mind it.


Chele_17

Had been a while since I hear the word imbecile. I think its pretty funny, at least on the context I use it with my friends Edit: Having said that, I miss my friends