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Happy birthday, sorry it couldn't end in a present. I am very angry at the way we gave the game away. When all three goals are assisted by our players it shows major lack of concentration. We also have quality discussions in a FB group where many Bayern fans of B/R are there , less trolling too let me know if you want to join :)
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Not AGAIN......... I mean, I know making excuses is getting really old for BVB fans (and rightly so), but seriously, that game was just full of truly awful luck for Dortmund. First no red card for Bakalorz, then Grosskreutz's disallowed goal... That result was exceptionally unlucky (although in all honesty not completely undeserved). Man, this is just really difficult to watch. I hope Reus is okay. At the very least, it looks like he won't be leaving in January (although that was never really a particularly likely option).
Actually, here's an interesting exercise in the hypothetical that I'd be interested in trying out on you. Let's suppose that Reus does indeed leave Dortmund next summer (I think most people who follow German football agree that him leaving in January is a bit absurd). If that were to be the case, who do you think BVB should go for in an attempt to "replace" him? As is I suppose to be expected, with all of the furore over which club is supposedly most interested in signing him on each new day, the topic of Dortmund finding a replacement seems to slip by unnoticed. It's a bit of an interesting exercise, and I'd be interested to hear your take on it.
Well, cautious optimism seems to be the order of the day amongst the fanbase at the moment. I'm obviously thrilled we won (completely deservedly too on the balance of play), but I'm certainly not about to assume that everything's over and we're back on course. But at the very least it is encouraging that the CL spots are only 9 points away. I just pray that Gundogan will get back to full fitness soon. We're sorely missing a midfield distributor for when we need to play possession. I mean, Sahin, Gundogan, and Kirch all out at the same time? The hope was that Ginter or Jojic would step up and make the position their own, but, well, we've already seen how that's worked out. -__-
Well, Bayern for their credit don't seem to have anything to worry about, per usual. I guess the only thing is to figure out a way to beat clubs like Real Madrid in the CL should it come to that, in addition to figuring out how to avoid tailing off quite so much at the tail end of the season. Although, of course, I don't think I'd mind that quite so much given our clubs' current situations. ;-)
One thing is becoming a bit of a concern for me, though: this is Reus's third ankle injury in six months or so. I really hope this doesn't develop into a chronic problem for him.
Well, by "top" I mean based on current form.
Well, it had to happen at some point, I guess. Don't care if it was a spectacular own goal that won the match, it was still a game that Dortmund deserved to win, and rather encouragingly it came against a top domestic opponent. Guess we'll have to see whether the club can keep it up after the international break, but it is at the very least a start.
I have no more words to say. Just make the top four, Juergen. Nothing else matters. Or you could win the CL of course, but the top four is the more important goal.
In other news though, Bayern are looking incredible, of course. I do rather hope that Lewy doesn't pull a Goetze and score against us this weekend -- not only because it would be bad for BVB, but also because it would further tarnish his reputation amongst BVB supporters, which I think would be a bit unfair given how hard he worked for the club even after his transfer was agreed. I'm rather adamant that Goetze deserves every bit of the reception he gets (sorry, Dortmund-fan bias, haha), but Lewy is different (cough cough didn't spring his transfer to Bayern on the club from out of nowhere cough), and he definitely still deserves some respect from the fans. It'd be a real shame for him to turn into a figure of hatred of the scale that Goetze has. I'm not so clueless as to think that he won't be given plenty of jeers, but he shouldn't be reviled nearly as much as Goetze.