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Discuss what's happening to the German players who left the promised land in order to play somewhere else. 

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1 minute ago, Mel81x said:

Saw the title of the thread and figured this would make it in there somehow. Cracking goal.

 

It was the top post on reddit, that's how I found out about this :D  In what position does he play for Liverpool these days? 

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33 minutes ago, Tsubasa said:

 

It was the top post on reddit, that's how I found out about this :D  In what position does he play for Liverpool these days? 

He's played the defensive midfielder role more these days considering our key player in that position is out injured. Was carrying an injury too but it seems like he's over it now and has put in some very good performances lately. 

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On 3/4/2017 at 6:57 AM, Tsubasa said:

Discuss what's happening to the German players who left the promised land in order to play somewhere else. 

Tsubasa confirmed for being a Nazi.

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1 minute ago, Spike said:

Tsubasa confirmed for being a Nazi.

 

Are you actively looking for a ban, my friend? :) I can make that happen! 

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Just now, Tsubasa said:

 

Are you actively looking for a ban, my friend? :) I can make that happen! 

That is a very Nazi-like thing to do. Censoring that which is disagreeable. 

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Just now, Spike said:

That is a very Nazi-like thing to do. Censoring that which is disagreeable. 

Well, I guess I'll let it slide then, considering you're a convict and all that. 

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Just now, Tsubasa said:

Well, I guess I'll let it slide then, considering you're a convict and all that. 

Lost two world wars to convicts. 

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What are you on about, mate? Are you drunk or something? Chill, my dude. It's all good. 

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2 minutes ago, Tsubasa said:

What are you on about, mate? Are you drunk or something? Chill, my dude. It's all good. 

I thought we were joking around. 

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Just now, Spike said:

I thought we were joking around. 

Some odd humour you aussies have.

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47 minutes ago, NeymarPele said:

Some odd humour you aussies have.

You love it.

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Do coaches count?

 

Is he back on the coke? :D

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Somebody should take a hair sample :ph34r:

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You probably get high just by being near it. His English is surprisingly good though. I didn't know he speaks the language. 

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Looks like Julian Draxler studied Gareth Bale's goal against Dortmund. 

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Sami Khedira scored a hattrick for Juventus today. His first one of his professional career. 

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15 hours ago, Tsubasa said:

Sami Khedira scored a hattrick for Juventus today. His first one of his professional career. 

That's great to hear about, but he's got no chance against Goretzka though, who puts up a world class performance every match he plays.

Luxury back up. :)

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6 minutes ago, Tommy said:

https://www.n-tv.de/sport/fussball/Khedira-faellt-wegen-Herzproblemen-aus-article20865352.html

 

Sami Khedira out indefinitely due to heart problems. Let's hope it's nothing serious :/

Hope he mades a full and speedy recovery...

To be honest I would just retire and not take any chances if I were him. He's 31, has had a good career and earned enough to live a comfortable life. Why risk it? It's good they actually noticed it in time and potentially avoided another tragedy on the pitch...

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Sad to hear. Solid player. As Nudge said, good they've been able to track it as opposed to having to act after something bad happens. 

Hope he recovers.

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