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FC Bayern München 5-0 Borussia Dortmund - Saturday 6th April, 2019

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019

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Pretty pretty please Dortmund pull the double of Bayern. 

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Everyone except Bayern and/or Schalke fans are probably on Dortmund's side, but I do think Bayern will have the edge in this match. 

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For what it is worth, the El Super Klassizistischsten has Bayern winning 45 times and Dortmund 29, with 25 draws, so this will be the 100th game milestone.

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For those who are interested in betting.

Injured:

Bayern: -

BVB: Hakimi, Guerreiro, Alcacér, Philipp, Pulisic

In questionable shape:

Bayern: Alaba?

BVB: Diallo, Piszczek

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Both Neuer and Reus starting

 

Bayern München
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Aufstellung:
Neuer    
Kimmich
Süle
Hummels
Alaba
Thiago
Gnabry
Coman
 
 
Borussia Dortmund
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Aufstellung:
Bürki
Piszczek
Akanji
Zagadou
Diallo
Witsel
Delaney
Sancho
Dahoud
Reus    

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Bloody hell, such a bad timing for us to have all those injuries in the most important match of the season and even Neuer made it back.

Bayern are clearly the favourites now.

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1-0 Hummels. 

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Was it really necessary to play Zagadou? 

Surely it would be better to play Diallo in his place and basically anyone at left back.

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Lewandowski's 200th Bundesliga goal, and only the 5th player to achieve that. 

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3-0. Ok I'm switching off. 

Brutal. Not a competitive game in the slightest, and it honestly feels remarkable Bayern have scored just 3 and not 5 or 6. 

And there's nothing special about Bayern in the slightest. 

It's a very bad time for the league right now. 

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Dortmund can fuck off. How can you be that shit.

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The thing is, it's fair enough that with their resources, nobody can touch Bayern when they're doing well. And they've been excellent for 6-7 years. 

But the really disturbing thing is that Bayern are at a point where almost all of their key figures from their best modern team are gone or past their prime, and nobody has been there to capitalise. 

And come next season they will have already gotten over their biggest issues: Kovacs's lack of authority and their lack of pace in defence. 

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I see Favre has learned well from Trainergott Peter Stöger. 

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2 hours ago, Tommy said:

5-0 :4_joy:

This sort of reaction is just a tad ridiculous considering you were a die hard fan not five minutes ago 🙄

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Well that was a game. Other then the sitter Dahoud missed real early that wasnt even close to a contest. Shocking defense really.

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German football is in a really bad way.

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2 hours ago, Rick said:

This sort of reaction is just a tad ridiculous considering you were a die hard fan not five minutes ago 🙄

Fan based on what? I chose them as a teenager because they were successful. I now support my home team, the team from the city I was born in, the team I first supported as kid. I still have the old shirts. I know you can all laugh, or react to it from Australia, from someone with a gypsy last name, who claims his father was German, or a Liverpool supported from West Workshire. I regret that I chose BVB as my team one day, I truly do. I was a confused kid. My parents didn't like football. So at first I supported Fortuna Düsseldorf. Then all of the other kids around my supported Borussia Dortmund, and I thought that's the way to go. So I stuck with it, until I became deluded with football altogether. Then 10 years or so later Fredi Bobic who I really liked at the time played for Dortmund, so I kind of followed them, and it stuck with me. But I have never had a real relation to the city of Dortmund. I know maybe 2-3 streets there, that's it. I was born, and raised in Düsseldorf. I can show you every nook and cranny here, I can give you a lovely tour if you want to. And that is, as I have learned, identification. And in modern football, that is something that has been lost. Every Premier League club is owned by some American, Russian, or whatever Billionaire. Even in Germany we got Red Bull, Hoffenheim etc. now, which makes it so much more important to support the teams that are YOU, your roots, something you can identify with, your home. It feels good. I hope you learn to appreciate that feeling some day too. 

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42 minutes ago, Tommy said:

Fan based on what? I chose them as a teenager because they were successful. I now support my home team, the team from the city I was born in, the team I first supported as kid. I still have the old shirts. I know you can all laugh, or react to it from Australia, from someone with a gypsy last name, who claims his father was German, or a Liverpool supported from West Workshire. I regret that I chose BVB as my team one day, I truly do. I was a confused kid. My parents didn't like football. So at first I supported Fortuna Düsseldorf. Then all of the other kids around my supported Borussia Dortmund, and I thought that's the way to go. So I stuck with it, until I became deluded with football altogether. Then 10 years or so later Fredi Bobic who I really liked at the time played for Dortmund, so I kind of followed them, and it stuck with me. But I have never had a real relation to the city of Dortmund. I know maybe 2-3 streets there, that's it. I was born, and raised in Düsseldorf. I can show you every nook and cranny here, I can give you a lovely tour if you want to. And that is, as I have learned, identification. And in modern football, that is something that has been lost. Every Premier League club is owned by some American, Russian, or whatever Billionaire. Even in Germany we got Red Bull, Hoffenheim etc. now, which makes it so much more important to support the teams that are YOU, your roots, something you can identify with, your home. It feels good. I hope you learn to appreciate that feeling some day too. 

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1 hour ago, Tommy said:

Fan based on what? I chose them as a teenager because they were successful. I now support my home team, the team from the city I was born in, the team I first supported as kid. I still have the old shirts. I know you can all laugh, or react to it from Australia, from someone with a gypsy last name, who claims his father was German, or a Liverpool supported from West Workshire. I regret that I chose BVB as my team one day, I truly do. I was a confused kid. My parents didn't like football. So at first I supported Fortuna Düsseldorf. Then all of the other kids around my supported Borussia Dortmund, and I thought that's the way to go. So I stuck with it, until I became deluded with football altogether. Then 10 years or so later Fredi Bobic who I really liked at the time played for Dortmund, so I kind of followed them, and it stuck with me. But I have never had a real relation to the city of Dortmund. I know maybe 2-3 streets there, that's it. I was born, and raised in Düsseldorf. I can show you every nook and cranny here, I can give you a lovely tour if you want to. And that is, as I have learned, identification. And in modern football, that is something that has been lost. Every Premier League club is owned by some American, Russian, or whatever Billionaire. Even in Germany we got Red Bull, Hoffenheim etc. now, which makes it so much more important to support the teams that are YOU, your roots, something you can identify with, your home. It feels good. I hope you learn to appreciate that feeling some day too. 

This. 

Who gives a shit. You do you, sir. 

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Damn. Big loss in the context of the league battle. Unfortunate.

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2 hours ago, Tommy said:

Fan based on what? I chose them as a teenager because they were successful. I now support my home team, the team from the city I was born in, the team I first supported as kid. I still have the old shirts. I know you can all laugh, or react to it from Australia, from someone with a gypsy last name, who claims his father was German, or a Liverpool supported from West Workshire. I regret that I chose BVB as my team one day, I truly do. I was a confused kid. My parents didn't like football. So at first I supported Fortuna Düsseldorf. Then all of the other kids around my supported Borussia Dortmund, and I thought that's the way to go. So I stuck with it, until I became deluded with football altogether. Then 10 years or so later Fredi Bobic who I really liked at the time played for Dortmund, so I kind of followed them, and it stuck with me. But I have never had a real relation to the city of Dortmund. I know maybe 2-3 streets there, that's it. I was born, and raised in Düsseldorf. I can show you every nook and cranny here, I can give you a lovely tour if you want to. And that is, as I have learned, identification. And in modern football, that is something that has been lost. Every Premier League club is owned by some American, Russian, or whatever Billionaire. Even in Germany we got Red Bull, Hoffenheim etc. now, which makes it so much more important to support the teams that are YOU, your roots, something you can identify with, your home. It feels good. I hope you learn to appreciate that feeling some day too. 

All that...cool. You do whatever you like mate. However, to have that attitude towards a team that meant so much to you for so long comes across as massively phoney.

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21 minutes ago, Rick said:

All that...cool. You do whatever you like mate. However, to have that attitude towards a team that meant so much to you for so long comes across as massively phoney.

 

He gave me shit about being a fake/ plastic fan (of a club with literally 0 success in the time I've been on these forums) all the time when he was a Dortmund fan. Laughed and celebrated Dortmunds 5-0 hammerings of Bremen. He waxed lyrical about the special connection he had with the team, and the special connection the players had with the coach and city. He wasn't a fan the way say Dickie was. He was on a horse so high if it pissed you'd think it was raining. He can give whatever excuse he fucking wants. When the league titles disappeared, so did he.

 

I'm still a Bremen fan, and twice the supporter you'll ever be little tom tom. Because I will be a life long fan of a team. Something you can't achieve.

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I don't like to be lazy and label a team that loses a good position as 'bottlers', but I think it's pretty fair to give them that tag. 

They looked poor against Spurs a few weeks ago to the point I really had to wonder what they were doing top of the table.

Having seen how pathetic Bayern were against Liverpool mind, I kinda understood. 

But now, getting hammered by arguably the worst Bayern side in recent history and seeing them hand the advantage back, that is a bottle job.

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