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Personally, I think the lack of participation among certain OT:Soccer participants with deep understanding of Bundesliga is indicative of how bad things are in this regard. Pity.
That stopped when beIN got the Bundesliga rights, I think.
Doesn't goltv have the US rights? beIN doesn't show any Bundesliga games...
I must have missed it when the news first came out, but it looks like we'll have to wait only one more season to see the Bundesliga on Fox.
I saw that, too. I just read that book last year. May he be in a place where every game of soccer is on the up and up.
My guess is Baldini is going to quit.
A few of my sons
Its still a ways away - the end of this season and the next before Fox gets its hands on it. I don't know how much La Liga or Serie A I would watch if I had BeIn. I guess I would be like every other fairweather fan and might watch Madrid, Barca, Juve, the Milan teams along with the more "entertaining" teams like Napoli and Atletico. I mean its not like I'm waking up early on a Saturday for a Newcastle - West Brom match.
I don't regret Spurs signing either of them.
If Cardiff get relegated Spurs have the right to buy him back so there's a good chance he'll be back next season, especially now that he's getting call ups.
On UK based Spurs boards there are some sordid rumors about why Caulker was sold which would explain his puzzling sale but which I prefer not to believe
I just looked at the 1.BL table for the first time in a few months...how the hell are Augsburg in 6th?!
This season, there's a seemingly a whole bunch of teams that are interchangeable and one hot streak of 3 or 4 wins can bump you from the relegation zone to Europa League qualification. Bayern is Bayern; Dortmund's been a mess with injuries. Aside from those teams, basically anybody can beat anybody on any given Friday/Saturday/Sunday. Leverkusen's had a horrible second half of the season, Schalke's in a constant malaise. Wolfsburg's starting to figure things out, but then they go out and get destroyed over the last two weeks.
1 BV 09 Borussia Dortmund 80.509 12 0,0% 80.6452 FC Bayern München 71.000 12 0,0% 71.0003 FC Schalke 04 61.512 11 0,6% 61.9734 VfL Borussia Mönchengladbach 52.007 12 4,6% 54.0105 Hamburger SV 51.834 11 -2,0% 57.0006 Hertha BSC Berlin 48.931 12 22,3% 69.2777 SG Eintracht Frankfurt 46.417 12 -3,4% 51.5008 VfB Stuttgart 46.224 11 -7,7% 60.4499 Hannoverscher SV 96 44.055 11 -0,7% 49.00010 SV Werder Bremen 40.674 12 0,1% 42.10011 1. FC Nürnberg 39.237 11 -5,5% 50.00012 1. FSV Mainz 05 30.168 11 -3,2% 34.00013 FC Augsburg 28.973 11 -0,4% 30.66014 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 27.907 12 -0,8% 30.21015 VfL Wolfsburg 27.840 11 4,5% 30.00016 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 27.005 12 3,2% 30.15017 SC Freiburg 23.064 11 -0,9% 24.00018 Braunschweiger TSV Eintracht 22.786 12 11,8% 23.325. Total 42.941 0,7% 80.645
All things considered, I suppose I'd be better going with a team from Berlin since I'm far more likely to visit there than anywhere else.
Koln is a great city.
Ugh, don't visit Berlin. It's like the least inspiring German city.
It has all the makings of blowing it up this offseason. We'll see.
As an avowed Erik Lamela fan, are recent developments sign of his strange vindication? Or simply sign that he really isn't even good enough to start on the Titanic FC? Regardless, Lamela's biggest fan, Baldini (as noted above) isn't long for North London. What a ####-up, so to speak.
Am I the only one who thinks they need a left back (Danny Rose cannot defend), a right back (they must have options outside of Walker), and at least one center back (if not two; Dawson can't play against legit attackers and Kaboul can't be counted on for 30 EPL starts)?
Kyle Walker is a perfectly fine right back.
I'm pretty resigned to losing Vertonghen, which means buying an nailed-on first XI center back is necessary along with a rotation CB and an LB.
Maybe I'm crazy, but I still haven't given up on the talent. Too much of the season has been dragged down by bad or non-existent tactics, plus injuries to what should have been our best attacker.
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