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richp007

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Haaland is an oven ready Premier League striker. Young as well; I'm amazed no-one here thought he could do a job for them. Could have cemented his place somewhere for years, built a squad around him.
 

TwoJs

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Friend of mine from school is a bbc sport correspondent now, done some good articles in bundesliga. Don’t know if any of you saw football focus Saturday, was a good piece about Klopp and his history in the German leagues, my friend made it and conducted the interview
Who is he ?
 

deon444

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Well after watching a few matches over the weekend I wont be watching any more. Football without fans in the stadium is a waste of time.

Wont bother watching any football on tv until the fans are back.
 

TayWax

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Haaland is an oven ready Premier League striker. Young as well; I'm amazed no-one here thought he could do a job for them. Could have cemented his place somewhere for years, built a squad around him.
They did. He was very close to United but his contract is absurd. His agent is Riaola and United have a very strained relationship with him. He has a release clause of about £75mil. Which if you look at how well he is doing is way too low. There were also large payments to his family etc when Dortmund signed him.
 
Well after watching a few matches over the weekend I wont be watching any more. Football without fans in the stadium is a waste of time.

Wont bother watching any football on tv until the fans are back.
It isn't great but unfortunately I think it will be the norm for at least the rest of this year :(
 

clydebest

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In the minority in that i am getting use to zero crowds at these games ( similar to watching BCFC) finding the games to be competitive and decent .. Bremen v Leverkusen is up to now a good watch, not a clue who most of the players are and even where each club is in the league.. Dortmund v Bayern next Tuesday should be worth a look.
 

clydebest

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Kai Havertz is good, can see why so many clubs want him.
Decent with his head certainly.. Barca supposedly sniffing around.
 

Abbeygoo

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It makes sense creating another thread than discussing this in the "general football" thread as not everybody posts in there ..............
 

clydebest

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Havertz has scored again, Leverkusen look a decent team as G'ladbach did in there last game.. The Cutouts are a very novel idea .. a slight upgrade on the dolls. 🤔
 

clydebest

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Starting to enjoy this German Football some good entertaining Football .. Bayern 3 up , then 3-2 now back to 2 up .. Frankfurt were awful then great, now middling .. probably been said before but the closest to the EPL in the style of Football
 

tanglung

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Watching parts of these games i do think having no fans is a disadvantage to the poorer teams. Definitely favours the better teams.
 

Donnacha

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Dortmund v Bayern game is a decent watch so far. Chances at both ends, and with my son shouting at the telly I have all the atmosphere I need :)
 

faiz0

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Yeah, good game. Bayern are well in control, Dortmund don’t really know how to break them down.
 

Fergal82

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I’m still struggling to see where all the Sancho hype comes from.

All he’s done in half an hour is run around pretending he’s Jesse Lingard
 

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