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post #61 of 121 (permalink) Old July 30th, 2015, 15:46
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BVB youth player Felix Passlack gets Gold Fritz Walter Medal!
great to see that he gets this award after his season with the u17 that won the championship last season! one of the great prospects of the BVB youth system


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post #62 of 121 (permalink) Old August 16th, 2015, 17:15
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Next round versus relegated sc Paderborn.

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I don't think we'll have any problems beating them home and away though we'll have to take each game seriously...
I see a problem beating them away.

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weidenfeller starts, bvb conceded 3 goals..

this one season wonder should retire
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post #65 of 121 (permalink) Old August 20th, 2015, 20:50
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I see a problem beating them away.
Lol that comment was based on the game against Wolfsberg and if my memory serves me well, we successfully beat them....
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Lol that comment was based on the game against Wolfsberg and if my memory serves me well, we successfully beat them....
Ah yes, you are right.

Anyway, Dortmund might still win tonight. Still a ridiculous result, even if it turns out 3-4, 3-5 or 3-6. p

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Not sure whether we underestimated Odd or what...In the first half we were terrible but I'm glad we managed to grind out the victory in the end....Lol I guess you were right @Tiger it will be one of those victories you mentioned...
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I'm glad they won in the end because of the coefficient, but letting in 3 goals against a team that probably couldn't make it in Germany's third division was not a pretty sight.

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An interesting interview between Ottmar Hitzfeld and bundesliga.com. I thought I'd share...http://www.bundesliga.com/en/news/Bu...r-football.jsp
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so a pretty walk in the park against Odd yesterday. 7-2 victory and so we have reached the group stage!

were behind with a 0-1 after sloppy defending a corner kick. Micky with a beautiful shot made the equalizer just minutes after that. Reus with 3 goals, Kagawa adding another 2 and one by Gündogan.

Not much to tell about the game as there was a clear difference in class from the very first minute, still one has to wonder how to concede 2 goals against such a team.

heja bvb!

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Jürgen Klopp is set to sign a contract for premier league club Liverpool.
Good thing for him is he could re-use his BVB cap "Pöhler" p



all the best to you Kloppo!

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I also wish him all the best, Liverpool and Klopp seems like bread and butter in terms of suiting each other, besides I was more worried when he was linked with Bayern Munich though I know his blood is black and yellow....So let the Kloppvolution begins...
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Little "Revierderby" is taking place right now with Schalke II hosting our boys in the Regionalliga West.

35 Minutes played, still 0-0.

our line-up:

Bonmann - Stenzel, Zimmermann, Stankovic, Knystock - Karazor, Leitner - Hanke, Ducksch, Ozbolt - Eberwein

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The progress of Miki this season has been
amazing, because of his huge stamina and physical
fitness, consistency and new found confidence
right now he is one of our most important
performers. Imo I think we need tie him to a
new contract sooner rather than later ( Lol I was one of
those who
were calling for his head last season) but this season
so far he has became the Miki that we always wanted
him to be. Also lets hope mino raiola dont brainwash
him, he is
good at making players make unnecessary transfer
moves.
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i was also one of the fans that wanted him out, but all of a sudden he is really delivering. Think the connection between him and Tuchel is the key for his explosion. Tuchel is speaking highly of Micky as a person and giving him the needed confidence.

really hope he can keep this level!

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post #77 of 121 (permalink) Old November 4th, 2015, 05:57
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Interesting Read quoted from Bleacherreport

Upon his arrival on loan from Manchester
United on the last day of the German transfer
window, young Belgian midfielder Adnan
Januzaj was met with curiosity more than
anything else.
Dortmund fans had heard the name, of
course, and some surely had seen him play from time
to time, but on the surface at least, this was a peculiar
move.
Two months later, it's still difficult to make sense of the
decision—from all parties involved.
Consider this: Januzaj has started twice as many
games for United this season than for Dortmund, four
to two.
The Belgian had started four games in a row before a
slight injury kept him out of United's meeting with
Swansea one day before the German transfer window
closed. He even scored his team's winner against
Aston Villa. Januzaj seemed to have finally made the
important step up from talented fringe player to
regular.
At Dortmund, he is, at best, the third option in attacking
midfield. His only two starts for the club came in the
Europa League, filling in for injured Marco Reus against
Krasnodar and starting at PAOK Salonika when five
regular starters were rested.
In most games so far, Januzaj was relegated to mop-up
duty. Outside of his two starts in the Europa League,
the Belgium international has been on the pitch for 166
minutes in six appearances as a substitute, according
to Transfermarkt.de, which means that, on average, he
got about 27 minutes of playing time per appearance.
That's not to say that Januzaj has been bad when he
got the chance to play. The 20-year-old has created a
team-leading eight chances in his two Europa League
games, per Squawka. He's also looked lively as a
substitute, with his only assist, a delightfully chipped
pass to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang against
Darmstadt, coming on one such occasion.
Januzaj's problem is that he's just not nearly as good
as regular starters Reus and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who
can't stop scoring right now. Additionally, the
emergence of Gonzalo Castro on the wing has seen
Januzaj slip even further down the depth chart.
Since all three players ahead of him are just as
versatile as the Belgian himself, his opportunities will
remain few and far between unless Dortmund are
bitten by the injury bug.
Januzaj's lack of playing time is obviously not ideal for
his development, which is why United's decision to
loan him out to a side as strong as Dortmund remains
baffling. One can't help but wonder if Louis van Gaal
and Januzaj himself underestimated Dortmund's
firepower.
Even more baffling is the decision to loan out a 20-
year-old who had yet to make his breakthrough on the
last day of the transfer window, robbing him of
invaluable preparation time. In a way, this set him up to
fail at Dortmund from the get-go.
His new side have played 12 competitive matches in
the 64 days since Januzaj's arrival. Take out two
international breaks, the first of which he spent with
Belgium, while staying at Dortmund with the few
players not on international duty for the second in
October, and they have played a game every four days.
Even world-class talents like Robert Lewandowski or
Ilkay Gundogan struggled to make great impacts early
in their time at Dortmund—and they were both signed
long before the new season started.
With that in mind, asking Januzaj to produce seems
unfair. Loaned-out players, however, should produce
right away. Dortmund, by all accounts, don't have an
option to buy the attacking midfielder next summer,
although local paper Ruhr Nachrichten have indicated
there might be an informal agreement in place to
make the deal a permanent one.
Januzaj's parent club can't be overly happy with the
way the loan is going, and one could wonder if United
would like to have him back immediately. The Red
Devils have struggled to create much of anything
offensively, as discussed by Bleacher Report's Paul
Ansorge.
The way it stands, no one really benefits from Januzaj's
year-long spell at Dortmund.
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Marco Reus and Erik Durm are back in training Willkommen zurück im Mannschaftstraining, Erik
Durm! // Finally: Welcome back to team training,
Erik Durm! #bvb pic.twitter.com/mvrOdoob0b
— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) November 11, 2015
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Marco Reus and Erik Durm are back in training Willkommen zur¨¹ck im Mannschaftstraining, Erik
Durm! // Finally: Welcome back to team training,
Erik Durm! #bvb pic.twitter.com/mvrOdoob0b
¡ª Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) November 11, 2015
But the bad news is that Aubameyang have suffered an injury while on international duty
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but it is nothing serious with PEA. luckily..

good that both Reus and Durm are back to training!

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