>Mainz signs Karim Onisiwo from Mattersburg
>Filip Mladenovic signs for Köln
>Maurico Gaudino confirms his son's transfer to St. Gallen on loan
>Kurt's buy-back clause is 8M€
>Younes Belhanda joins Schalke's training camp in Orlando
>Kirchhoff to Sunderland
>Hoffenheim interested in 19 year old Andre Horta (Vitoria Setubal)
I don't think that he's in any position to give youth a chance. He needs the right results if he wanna stay Liverpool coach for longer than 9 months. Does Liverpool even have CBs in their youth teams who could cut it as a pro?
>mfw Hallenfußball on Sport1
Would someone like Subotic improve Liverpools long term chances to win the league?
City just spent a cool 50mil£ on a CB.
I don't know how commited Liverpool are to youth development but Klopp used to be very good at it.
Marian Sarr played CL when he was 18 and did well.
>players under Klopp dropping ded like flies
It's not a coincidence. Happened at Dortmund. Happened at Mainz, too.
It's his way of training. Vollgasfussball is destroying all of his players.
>Would someone like Subotic improve Liverpools long term chances to win the league?
Liverpool winning the league is pretty unrealistic but yes, Subotic would improve Liverpools back 4.
>I don't know how commited Liverpool are to youth development but Klopp used to be very good at it.
Marian Sarr played CL when he was 18 and did well.
And got benched for Manuel Friedrich afterwards. Klopp lost his mojo years ago when it comes to developing talent. The last Dortmund homegrown player who still has a regular starting spot is Schmelzer and he had his breakthrough season in 2009.
I doubt that Klopp will develop talents at Liverpool.
Look how EPL fans react when he loses a match, though he only took over the team mid-season. Dortmund fans wanted him to bring youngsters and he didn't, why should he start with it at Liverpool, a place with a lot more pressure?
>Klopp lost his mojo years ago when it comes to developing talent
Durm played well enough for half a season to go to the WC.
Granted he wasn't great, but good enough.
That's all Liverpool need right now, a 2nd teamer with above average skills and a healthy dose of motivation.
Became a soccer fan after World Cup 2014 and fell in love with Oscar (the adorable attacking mid from Brazil.) Because of him, became a Chelsea fan, but in reality, I only liked him. After 2014-2015, I searched for a new team that would fit me better. Almost became a Bayern fan until Basti moved to Man U. (thank god for that) I also started playing FIFA, and I found Aubameyang's 99 pace (at this time, I made my Reddit account which is how I got my name.) I looked at the team, and I also found that half of the players were also really attractive (read: Mats Hummels), even more so than Oscar. I became bored of FIFA as the summer ended, and I remember the exact moment I wanted to be a BVB fan. Our game against Ingolstadt- I was at Costco with my dad. When we walked in, the game was on one of the TVs in the front. I was a whole lot more interested in watching the game than going shopping. We got our stuff (including the best nachos in the world,) and as my dad was checking out, I didn't care to go with him and watched the game, looking for Hummels, Aubameyang, etc. When we got home, the first thing I did was turn on the game, and I watched the final 10 minutes. I realized "wow, this team is amazing." I started to watch their games more often, and then I started going on here and now I'm obsessed. My brother claims that I'm a bandwagon, but if I was a bandwagon, I'd be a Bayern fan (despite Basti leaving.)
TL;DR- Started likening soccer because of Oscar, became a Chelsea fan, "glove didn't fit," looked for a new team, 99 pace and 99/10, saw game at Costco, became a fan.
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Do It Faster
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what did he mean by this?
Yes, they hung around Hanover central station smelling bad and picking pockets during summer.
There was also this black girl who spat a bubblegum at me. I kicked her of her bike into the ditch.
Really bad people all around.
Every time I pass the Hohenzollernbrücke people ask if I want to buy drugs. I refuse to believe that there are people who are dumb enough to buy drugs from those people.
It wasn't covered up by the media but by the police because the Cologne police is incompetent as fuck.
I don't know who you're refering to but the players are Hotaru Yamaguchi, Adam Szalai and Iver Fossum
Don't know. Only going through it now. Been busy all day.
>city thread full of dutch posters
>barca thread full of german posters
I don't think there's a more likable group of players in European football right now than Schalke 04
They sure know how to acquire high ground. One question though: They are professional sportsmen who rely on their fitness and nutrition. What are they eating up there and how do they make sure to get that cardio in? If they decide to go hiking with clothes, they will sweat, and up there are no showers.
How do professional hikers climb mountains? Do they just sweat and don't shower until they climbed the mountain and come back?
Is it dangerous to sweat in freezing conditions? Can the sweat freeze on the body, making some kind of ice monster or dead human?
I'm guessing they'll generally wear a bottom layer of fast wicking clothing, then further layers of breathable clothing. The sweat from the first layer dissipates, though will probably still end up smelling. They probably just use moist wipes if they need to maintain a certain degree of hygiene.
>taking pictures with a sleeping teammate is trolling
>Es war nur ein kurzes Intermezzo von Adnan Januzaj bei Borussia Dortmund. Im Sommer wurde der hoch eingeschätzte Belgier im letzten Moment der Transferperiode noch von Manchester United ausgeliehen, nun zieht es den erst 20-Jährigen wieder auf die Insel zurück. Große Spuren hat Januzaj in der Bundesliga bei den Schwarz-Gelben allerdings nicht hinterlassen.
fucking. finally. i hated that overrated little shit.
also guud morneng /bundes/
trying real hard to not freeze to death
and a good morning to you Ausfailia. Btw Köln signed some austrailian Talent named Milislav Popovic. Ever heard of him?
>Das Hin und Her um Corinthians-Star Renato Augusto (27) hat ein Ende. Der brasilianische Mittelfeldspieler hat sich für einen Transfer zum chinesischen Klub Beijing Guoan entschieden. Das gab er am Mittwoch auf einer Pressekonferenz offiziell bekannt: „Ursprünglich wollte ich bleiben, dann bekam ich gute Offerten aus Deutschland. (…) Aber dann kam ein Angebot, das ich nicht ablehnen konnte.“
and now it's official.
>Borussia Dortmund und Manchester United haben sich grundsätzlich darauf geeinigt, die ursprünglich bis zum 30. Juni 2016 vereinbarte Ausleihe von Adnan Januzaj vorzeitig zu beenden, um eine sofortige Rückkehr des Spielers zu Manchester United zu ermöglichen.
>Januzaj befindet sich bereits auf dem Weg nach Manchester. Letzte vertragliche Details befinden sich zwischen den Parteien in Klärung.
If I were a professional footballer I'd play wherever the manager were willing to give me consistent playing time. Spoiled ass footballers nowadays, thinking they get to decide where and how they play.
If a player doesn't see himself developing in a certain position then there's no point in playing him there.
I'm sure he would play wherever his manager tells him to.
Also I doubt Dardai would play him at RB anyway. Doesn't fit their playstyle at all.
Sure, but if your choices are either playing one position, where you'd possibly be good enough to get other clubs interested in you, play for your national team, and get more playing time, but you might not like. Or play a different position, that you prefer, but are nothing spectacular on, as a professional your choice should be interested.
most of the time clubs force players to play out of position to suit their needs not to play players where they are best
players can always force transfers
and talented footballers don't grow on trees so there will always be interest, even if it means you have to go to a worse club maybe in a worse league
i would trust my talent to express itself so i could make it back to the level where i belonged at the position i'm best at
Nice reaction picture
The picture almost gave me an ASMR attack
>Januzaj befindet sich bereits auf dem Weg nach Manchester
What about his appartment? Is he going to pay a few months rent even though he doesn't live there anymore?
look at >>64733308
it literally says
sun rises at :11.07
sun sets at: 13.13
duration of the day: 2h 27 min
this is exactly how it looks like for 21,5 hours of the day
>first day of school providing vocational education
>"synthetic material teacher" writes synthetic material as "Kunstoff" on the chalk board
>nobody says anything despite everyone being a pertly prick (pp)
>they didn't know any better
>one 28yo guy even said he's very literate, owns a shit ton of printed papyrus (pp)
>didn't say anything either
Thanks for reading
I can't believe Finland only has 2h 27min of sunlight a day at some point in their year. You are like direct neighbours in my head, just like Denmark
>having flux set to only 2 hours of sun light
i forgot to mention that 300km north from where i live the sun doesnt rise at all for 1,5 months
>aurinko ei nouse
= sun doesnt rise
Do you know why nobody ever buys shrimps? They are experience and they remind people of sea maggots who smell like fish.
They are pretty delicious though, but expensive.
I'd rather spend my money on shrimps than on a new electric device though.
How much is the kilogram price for shrimps at your place? In Germany I'd say the cheapest you can get a kilogram of shrimps is around 20€
Yes, and maybe some other personal belongings. Far from all players live in those apartments, but they usually have a couple or three for new players in the beginning or loanees.
No, but a friend of mine lives in a complex where there are a few foregn FC Kobenhavn players living.
There was also an article out recently about the club selling two apartments, but not the ones where my friend lives.
I mentioned the house BVB rented for Ciro once.
No wonder he wanted to leave...
compared to sweden or germany: no, the number is close to 30k in total, and about 1/4 of them will be granted asylum
but there has been loads of discussion about it in the media and nowadays its basically just left wing faggots calling everyone else nazis or right wing faggots calling everyone else liberal faggots
some skinheads have already restarted the old finnish custom of throwing molotovs at the reception centers where the refugees are kept
Ive just been reading through a thread on /r/worldnews about muh immigrants. Its insane.
There are literally posts with hundreds of upvotes suggesting all germans should carry guns to "defend" themselves against immigrants. The posts are so far removed from reality its quite a show really.
Americans at their best.
Kunstoff is like Southampton except the latter is correct
>all german should wear guns
>mfw living next door to a right wing psychopath
>And I mean psychopath as in real psychopath not "I don't like the worldview of that crazy women". Well I don't like her worldview but that's another story.
Could be interesting. But I think she's gonna shoot me before she shoots any of the immigrants.
So it's basically like in those pictures of players in their youth years, when they stayed in a small room with a small, simple bed, plastered with fan articles, with them lying in bed with white socks and a bad haircut and pimples on their face.
Just in bigger and more modern
Hazard has some nice moves when he's in form + I don't think he wouldn't get that far in the BuLi because his pressing game is atrocious/ non existend.
My (hipster) choice would be Britton.
Already made Berlin his home by the lo_oks of it
>caring about the mid-season table
Gladbach is the better team, there's no doubt. That's why they got trashed 1:4 by Gladbach at home. Then look how they played against Dortmund, Schalke, Wolfsburg, Bayern, Leverkusen:
Hannover 96 has arrived in Belek
>just made a huge pot of chicken soup that will last me at least 4 days
>drinking the tea I got for christmas
on the other hand
>picked up a cold
>just burned the roof of my mouth
>no good /trans/ rumours
You win some, you lose some.
It's pretty good lately.
I don't look forward to when all the retards come back for the matches.
>eating the same thing for 4 days straight
I once ate noodles for one week straight since I bought a shitton when they were offered for 70 cents/500g or something. I didn't have any sauce though and I was too lazy to leave the house to buy some.
unless you are playing this whole bankroll regularly (which you aren't because you're lying anyway) you are a fucking retard for keeping much money on stars right before it will get shut down
This is the most underrated picture in /sp/ history
I've just spent two hours looking at this portrait of a dead athlete. He may stand strong. He may fake a smile. But he's dead inside. You can see it in his eyes. You can see how his past flashes right before him when the flash of the camera hit his emotional face. He used to be a star for the team he loves. He managed to win the national championship with the team he loved since he could walk. He was at the height of his carreer at the age of 24. And then it went downhill. So badly that he had to move to a country full of food and people he despises. Only to not play a single game for said club. And the only team that offers him a warm bench place in his comfy home country is the worst team in the league. How fitting. Now look at the picture again and you can tell that's how he feels in this very moment. He's at rock bottom. From now on there's only one way: UP. Be afraid Bundesliga. Be very afraid. The most underrated player of the league is back and about to blow you away.
>black dudes with blonde dyed hair
when will this meme end?
>speaking any sort of Alemannic or Austro-Bavarian dialect
may be true, but in my experience swiss people are almost obsessed with austria
some of the sweetest people i have met were secretely sending horribly racist anti-austrian propaganda around
swiss folk have a lot of repressed anger
You should probably use xenophobic to avoid confusion, since chauvinistic is mostly used for women haters nowadays.
And it's true at the end of the day. As much as people here like to talk shit about our immediate neighbours, they're still infinitely preferable to some other foreigners.
>some of the sweetest people i have met were secretely sending horribly racist anti-austrian propaganda around
Huh, I don't think I've met anyone who really dislikes Austrian people. There was some guy from around here who got arrested for running an illegal radio station that broadcast racist stuff, maybe some of that was anti Austrian. There was definitely some anti semitic stuff.
>RB Leipzig ist auf bestem Wege in die höchste deutsche Spielklasse. Nur noch 15 Spiele trennen den Zweitligisten vom wahrscheinlichen Aufstieg in die 1.Bundesliga. Das aktuelle Polster: Acht Punkte Vorsprung auf den Tabellendritten 1.FC Nürnberg, der nach jetzigem Stand in die Relegation müsste. Um die Weichen für eine erfolgreiche Zukunft zu stellen, plant RB nach „kicker“-Informationen, sich finanziell von Mäzen Dietrich Mateschitz zu lösen.
>Der Vorstandsvorsitzende Oliver Mintzlaff sagte dem Magazin: „In einigen Bereichen, vor allem im Marketing und Sales, haben wir mit der rasanten sportlichen Entwicklung nicht Schritt gehalten.“ Zu den angedachten Maßnahmen gehört es offenbar auch, die finanzielle Abhängigkeit von Haupt-Investor Mateschitz zu reduzieren. Man wolle sich künftig breiter aufstellen und habe in dieser Hinsicht in der Vergangenheit zu wenig getan, so der Verantwortliche.
>east germans trying to run a business without sugardaddys to back them up
Haven't seen many swansea games in the last 6 months so I can't tell. Anyway, naming someone "the best footballer" is kind of stupid in a sport that is as heavily dependend on teamwork as football