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One of the cities and teams I enjoy in Bundesliga, but without a team thread. 

Currently on verge of having to fight for their place in the Bundesliga. 

Certainly need Augsburg to lose tomorrow to stay within reach. 

5 more matches this year, and currently 4 points from 15th place. The remaining matches are:

4/20 - Augsburg (A)
4/27 - Monchengladbach (H)
5/4 - Hertha (A)
5/11 - Wolfsburg (H)
5/18 - Schalke (A)

 

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13 minutes ago, Cannabis said:

I remember when Stuttgart were good, was surprised when they were relegated a few years ago as I'd no idea they had slipped into mediocrity.

Yeah - they were in the CL not that long ago. But massive turnover, and players departing has really turned their fortune for the worst. I really expecting better this year. Sad rally, one of the better atmospheres, cultures, and cities that I've been to in Germany. 

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Probably my biggest disappointment with Stuttgart has been the downwards trend in their youth development. They used to be one of the best clubs in Germany in terms of talent recognition and nurture, who do they have in the team now from their youth ranks other than Gomez? Didavi? Baumgartl? That's it I think. Sad.

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4 minutes ago, Relling said:

Ackacibar not impressing by spitting at Havertz today.

Is that why he got sent off? Only got a notification on my phone but I was watching Werder match so no idea what happened.

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4 minutes ago, nudge said:

Is that why he got sent off? Only got a notification on my phone but I was watching Werder match so no idea what happened.

Yeah - right when the ref was looking too. 

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Yes. I watched the game and could not see it from the replay, so I thought he must have said something. but I read just know that he spat at him. The reaction of Havertz and the ref immidiately running to him with the red in his hand it makes absolutely sense with that piece of information. Ascacibar seemed out of control.

 

I cannot imagine Havertz is the most provocative guy on the field either. Exept that that the effortless way he plays would be pretty exasperating.  

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The frustration in this team is unreal at the moment. Way better than their performances would suggest, but still can't get their shit together. 

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Regardless if provoked or not - spitting at someone is just low. Hope he gets a healthy ban for it too.

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Ascacibar suspended for 6 weeks :congrats:

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1 hour ago, nudge said:

Ascacibar suspended for 6 weeks :congrats:

Not shocking really. Shit incident for a shit season. 

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1 hour ago, nudge said:

Ascacibar suspended for 6 weeks :congrats:

Great news. Spitting is just "A-Sozial". 

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Former Germany striker Jurgen Klinsmann, 55 on Tuesday, is in talks with VfB Stuttgart to become their first-ever CEO. (Bild - in German)

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NEUER STUTTGART-BOSS?|Klinsmann bestätigt erste VfB-Gespräche

29.07.2019 - 19:34 Uhr

Jürgen Klinsmann (wird am Dienstag 55) und der VfB Stuttgart – es wird ernst!

Der 1990er Weltmeister und frühere Bundestrainer hat erste Gespräche mit dem Verein geführt. Es geht um den neu geschaffenen Job des Vorstands-Vorsitzenden der VfB Stuttgart AG.

Der „Stuttgarter Zeitung“ sagt Klinsmann: „Der Informationsaustausch verlief sehr positiv.“

Er hatte sich bei einem Heimatbesuch mit den VfB-Aufsichtsräten Wilfried Porth und Hermann Ohlicher sowie dem kommissarischen Klubchef Bernd Gaiser getroffen. Ein Repräsentations-Amt als Präsident lehnt Klinsi ab.

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