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derkozten

Me da igual con el tal Michael... pues que le vaya bien, pero que se quede por allá. Ahora, toca ver cuánto tiempo se lo aguantan los alemanes. Esa gente no tiene ni la mitad de la paciencia que le tendrían en México.

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Cachaco

hagase mas bien la lista de colombianos actuando en las ligas bavaras!!

Elkin Soto, Adrian Ramos, Michael Ortega, John Jairo Mosquera

antes recuerdo a Farid Mondragon, El Tren Valencia.

El le demuden es de renacía, no de bavaria!

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Red TrOOper

Me da igual con el tal Michael... pues que le vaya bien, pero que se quede por allá. Ahora, toca ver cuánto tiempo se lo aguantan los alemanes. Esa gente no tiene ni la mitad de la paciencia que le tendrían en México.

pues depronto era justamente el cambio que necesitaba y por alla se encamine, esta todavia muy joven para descartarlo

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porqueaja

3ª Jornada

viernes 19

20:30 Borussia-Wolfsburgo

sábado 20

15:30 Dortmund-Nuremberg

15:30 Bayern-Hamburgo

15:30 Werder Bremen-Friburgo

15:30 Sttutgart-B. Leverkusen

15:30 FC Augsburg-Hoffenheim

18:30 Colonia-Kaiserslautern

domingo 21

15:30 Mainz 05-Schalke 04

17:30 Hannover 96-Hertha

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Cachaco

Lideres!

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juanba

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:cool:

:clap: :clap:

Lo que es tener un buen representante.....

Lideres!

El Hamburgo......? ... <_<

Marcó gol ayer Elkin Soto....

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porqueaja

Resultados y goleadores de la 4ª jornada:

* Hertha Berlín 1-Stuttgart 0. Gol: 86’ Raffael (HB). Ast: 52.232.

* Hamburgo 3-Colonia 4. Goles: 11’ Mladen Petric, de penal, 59’ Slobodan Rajkovic y 62’ Heung-Min Son (H); 21’ Adil Chihi, 49’ Milivoje Novakovic, 84’ Christian Clemens y 88’ Kevin McKenna ©. Ast: 51.289.

* Nuremberg 1-Augsburgo 0. Gol: 76’ Alexander Esswein (N). Ast: 43.071.

* Hoffenheim 1-Werder Bremen 2. Goles: 37’ Roberto Firmino (H); 38’ Marko Arnautovic y 83’ Markus Rosenberg (WB). Ast: 28.750.

* Friburgo 3-Wolfsburgo 0. Goles: 30’ Oliver Barth, 40’ Erik Jendrisek y 59’ Cedric Makiadi (F). Ast: 20.000.

* Kaiserslautern 0-Bayern Múnich 3. Goles: 37’, 55’ y 69’ Mario Gómez, el primero de penal (BM). Nota: 55’ Mario Gómez (BM) falló un penal. Exp: 90’ Ivo Ilicevic (K). Ast: 49.780.

* Bayer Leverkusen 0-Borussia Dortmund 0. Exp: 64’ Michal Kadlec (BL); 77’ Mario Götze (BD). Ast: 30.210.

* Hannover 1-Maguncia 1. Goles: 2’ Sami Allagui (M); 30’ Mohammed Abdellaoue (H). Ast: 40.420.

* Schalke 04 1-Borussia Moenchengladbach 0. Gol: 64’ Raúl González (Sch). Ast: 61.673.

-Goleadores. Con 4: Mario Gómez (Bayern Múnich), Klass-Jan Huntelaar (Schalke 04), Papiss Demba Cissé (Friburgo).

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porqueaja

Pts J G E P GF GC Dif

1. B. Moenchengladbach 7 3 2 1 0 6 2 4

2. Hannover 7 3 2 1 0 5 3 2

3. Bayern Múnich 6 3 2 0 1 6 1 5

4. Schalke 04 6 3 2 0 1 9 6 3

5. Werder Bremen 6 3 2 0 1 7 4 3

6. Borussia Dortmund 6 3 2 0 1 5 2 3

7. Hoffenheim 6 3 2 0 1 4 2 2

8. Maguncia 6 3 2 0 1 6 5 1

9. Bayer Leverkusen 6 3 2 0 1 2 2 0

10. Hertha Berlín 5 4 1 2 1 4 4 0

11. Stuttgart 4 4 1 1 2 4 3 1

12. Wolfsburgo 3 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1

13. Nuremberg 3 3 1 0 2 2 4 -2

14. FC Augsburg 2 3 0 2 1 3 5 -2

15. Kaiserslautern 2 3 0 2 1 2 4 -2

16. Friburgo 1 3 0 1 2 6 9 -3

17. Hamburgo 1 3 0 1 2 3 10 -7

18. Colonia 1 3 0 1 2 2 9 -7

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porqueaja

próxima fecha:

FC Augsburg : Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Borussia Dortmund : Hertha BSC Berlin

FC Bayern Munich : SC Freiburg

FSV Mainz 05 : 1899 Hoffenheim

VfB Stuttgart : Hannover 96

M'gladbach : 1. FC Kaiserslautern

SV Werder Bremen : Hamburger SV

FC Köln : 1. FC Nuremberg

VfL Wolfsburg : FC Schalke 04

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RPS

Lideres!

Pts J G E P GF GC Dif

1. B. Moenchengladbach 7 3 2 1 0 6 2 4

2. Hannover 7 3 2 1 0 5 3 2

3. Bayern Múnich 6 3 2 0 1 6 1 5

4. Schalke 04 6 3 2 0 1 9 6 3

5. Werder Bremen 6 3 2 0 1 7 4 3

6. Borussia Dortmund 6 3 2 0 1 5 2 3

7. Hoffenheim 6 3 2 0 1 4 2 2

8. Maguncia 6 3 2 0 1 6 5 1

9. Bayer Leverkusen 6 3 2 0 1 2 2 0

10. Hertha Berlín 5 4 1 2 1 4 4 0

11. Stuttgart 4 4 1 1 2 4 3 1

12. Wolfsburgo 3 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1

13. Nuremberg 3 3 1 0 2 2 4 -2

14. FC Augsburg 2 3 0 2 1 3 5 -2

15. Kaiserslautern 2 3 0 2 1 2 4 -2

16. Friburgo 1 3 0 1 2 6 9 -3

17. Hamburgo 1 3 0 1 2 3 10 -7

18. Colonia 1 3 0 1 2 2 9 -7

Esta de plácemes Cachaco

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Red TrOOper

Pinta buena la bundesliga esta temporada

Ramos, que venia metiendola casi cada partido en segunda, hasta ahora no anota, claro que como que lo estan usando como en la seleccion

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Cachaco

La tabla de puma es vieja, el Lider es el bayern, el borussia ya va de quinto.

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Y que?

La tabla de puma es vieja, el Lider es el bayern, el borussia ya va de quinto.

Ud le dice "puma" a Pumpa por su peinado "Jose Luis Rodriguez"?

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Cachaco

Ud le dice "puma" a Pumpa por su peinado "Jose Luis Rodriguez"?

No, es por perseguir a bambi por todo el foro

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porqueaja

no es Bundesliga pero de todos modos:

Bierhoff: Germany can surpass Spain's style

The 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ marked another milestone in a long transformation in German football, a process which has only accelerated since then. Creativity, attractive passing and a focus on attack are the hallmarks of a new generation now seeking to make history under the guidance of Joachim Low. The immediate target is no less than winning next summer's UEFA EURO 2012, for which Germany can seal a direct qualifying berth by beating Austria in Gelsenkirchen tomorrow evening.

Such is the confidence in the Nationalelf camp at present, the continental showdown in Poland and Ukraine is regarded as only a step on the way to the biggest prize in world football, as Philipp Lahm, Mezut Ozil and company are plotting to topple Spain as world champions at Brazil 2014. At the Preliminary Draw in Rio de Janeiro a few weeks ago, Germany team manager Oliver Bierhoff gave FIFA.com an intriguing insight into the squad's current thinking.

FIFA.com: Oliver, we last interviewed you around 18 months ago, when we were together at the Final Draw for South Africa 2010 in Cape Town. How would you rate Germany's progress in the meantime?

Oliver Bierhoff: Our development has been totally positive, especially with such a young team. Before the finals in 2010, we weren't sure where we stood, due to our general lack of experience and the loss of Michael Ballack to injury. The most striking thing, even more than the fact we finished third, was what the world saw from a German team. We were a truly functioning unit, and we played creative and attractive football.

We've developed a style of our own, and the idea is to replace the Spanish, not copy them. You could describe our style as a little more dynamic.

Oliver Bierhoff

The team has been largely rebuilt and has a new look. Is this genuinely a new Germany?

Teams generally reflect the society they're drawn from. That's something we see over and over again, especially in football. The way we operate is a model of practical integration. Our junior national teams feature increasing numbers of kids from immigrant backgrounds, but who have grown up in Germany. Their roots are elsewhere, but they feel German. They draw on two cultures, and I believe that's been a real and visible factor in the football we've been playing. In my opinion, one of the best and abiding images was Cacau, a Christian with Brazilian roots, celebrating a goal with Mezut Ozil, a Muslim from a Turkish background. Ozil jumped on to Cacau's shoulders, and they gazed up into the stands, both wearing Germany shirts. It was wonderfully symbolic.

Do Germany boast any world-class players?

We'll be getting a couple, and I'm sticking by that statement. I also always evaluate a player in terms of his club. The German Bundesliga has become incredibly strong, naturally led off by Bayern Munich, who are currently supplying a large block of players to the national team. But when you see Ozil and [sami] Khedira head off for Real Madrid and become regulars there, it shows you how good they are. We have a number of young players who could become world-class stars, and we also have Bastian Schweinsteiger and Philipp Lahm of course. So what we need now is a trophy. That's what makes you a global star. Just think of Ronaldo or Zinedine Zidane - they won major international honours with their national teams or clubs.

Which brings us neatly on to the next question: why might Germany win EURO 2012?

Because the core of the team is still together, and has been enhanced by new, young players with excellent prospects: Mario Goetze for example. The team has matured and we've also undergone a change in mentality. I believe our players won't be satisfied with third place from now on.

There are just under three years until the 2014 FIFA World Cup. What are your first impressions here in Rio de Janeiro?

Everyone's already looking forward to Brazil. You sense that everyone lives and breathes football here. The warmth and passion of the Brazilians is wonderful.

Can Germany win the FIFA World Cup next time out?

I'd like us to follow a similar development curve to Spain, by which I mean that a team grows together over a period of years and becomes a tight unit. I do believe Germany will again be among the favourites in 2014.

The media are making frequent comparisons between Spain and Germany at present. Are you planning to copy the reigning European and world champions?

We've developed a style of our own, and the idea is to replace the Spanish, not copy them. That would be a false move and arguably the wrong solution, because Spain simply boast such fantastic footballers. You could describe our style as a little more dynamic, based less on long spells in possession, and more on rapid switching from defence to attack and an aggressive approach.

oiste Pacho?

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porqueaja

jornada 5 el próximo fin de semana: del 9 al 11 de sep

FC Augsburg B. Leverkusen

Mainz 05 Hoffenheim

Stuttgart Hannover 96 CLÁSICO

B. Dortmund Hertha Berlin

Borussia Kaiserslautern

Bayern München Freiburg

Werder Bremen Hamburgo

Köln Nürnberg

Wolfsburg Schalke 04

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Cachaco

y el borussia le saco 6 de 6 al bayern!

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Red TrOOper

subamos este tema ya que hoy se puede estar definiendo el titulo, Dortmund (66 pts) vs Bayern (63 pts) 2pm para que tengan en cuenta.

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porqueaja

partidazo, todo el país está pendiente

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Cachaco

y volvio a empatar el Borussia! :!

a ver si alcanza la gasolina para la fase eliminatoria de la champions..

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derkozten

Qué dices, Cachaco? El Borussia juega esta tarde :whistle:

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Cachaco

Qué dices, Cachaco? El Borussia juega esta tarde :whistle:

pero sera en ese torneo que tu dices donde el bayern ya se entrego y Schweinsteiger esta lesionado por lo que falta de temporada!

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porqueaja

Vamos Bayern!

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Red TrOOper

Asi como estan las cosas, los 4 para champions la proxima temporada son Dortmund, Bayern, Schalke y el equipo de cachaco...el quinto esta a 7 pts del cuarto

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Cachaco

Asi como estan las cosas, los 4 para champions la proxima temporada son Dortmund, Bayern, Schalke y el equipo de cachaco...el quinto esta a 7 pts del cuarto

el borussia no ha ganado en 8 juegos, el ausnto es que alcance ese ahorrito para quedar en el ultimo puesto de champions.. creo que europa league si estaria asegurada

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