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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Batigoal on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:27 pm

it is more like Germany U21 vs Argentina U19/18, but a good game so far ..

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by rwo power on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:36 pm

@Batigoal wrote:it is more like Germany U21 vs Argentina U19/18, but a good game so far ..
Yeah, the commentator said that it was due to the fact that Argentina focuses more on U20 teams or something like that.

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Batigoal on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:41 pm

yes they don't have a U21 team, it is pretty funny the argentine player look so damn young and the german so damn old especially their CBs *lol*

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:44 pm

Leitner is class, Dortmund need to play him at CM or even AM more.

Beister scores again, 3-1.


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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by rwo power on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:46 pm

Beister scored the 3:1 - great goal!
4:1 by Lewis Holtby! banana

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:51 pm

Holtby with the knockout punch , 4-1

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by rwo power on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:55 pm

And now Kevin Volland with the 5:1. A beauty of a goal, that!

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:56 pm

we are getting molested.

Hopefully we can get revenge tomorrow, we are the GOAT of friendlies after all Laughing

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by rwo power on Tue Aug 14, 2012 8:58 pm

Yeah, the senior NTs will be a different thing for sure. Although this could be the 500th victory for a German NT, so they will probably take the match more serious than your usual friendly.

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:02 pm

@rwo power wrote:Yeah, the senior NTs will be a different thing for sure. Although this could be the 500th victory for a German NT, so they will probably take the match more serious than your usual friendly.
Personally I would just like to see us concede as few goals as possible, other than that I don't really care about the outcome. Of course winning is always sweeter, not going to lie.


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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by RealGunner on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:02 pm

Martinez didn't get called up Mad
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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by rwo power on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:07 pm

@Albiceleste wrote:
@rwo power wrote:Yeah, the senior NTs will be a different thing for sure. Although this could be the 500th victory for a German NT, so they will probably take the match more serious than your usual friendly.
Personally I would just like to see us concede as few goals as possible, other than that I don't really care about the outcome. Of course winning is always sweeter, not going to lie.
Well, the German NT already has an excuse if they don't win - we play without Neuer, Lahm, Schweinsteiger, Podolski and Gomez Very Happy

BTW, pity about the Mehring lad. He doesn't look assured at all and then he got 5 goals in.

ROFL. Bernd Leno gets a cool shower from the sprinklers XD And Rudy uses it to freshen up a bit...


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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:10 pm

@rwo power wrote:
@Albiceleste wrote:
@rwo power wrote:Yeah, the senior NTs will be a different thing for sure. Although this could be the 500th victory for a German NT, so they will probably take the match more serious than your usual friendly.
Personally I would just like to see us concede as few goals as possible, other than that I don't really care about the outcome. Of course winning is always sweeter, not going to lie.
Well, the German NT already has an excuse if they don't win - we play without Neuer, Lahm, Schweinsteiger, Podolski and Gomez Very Happy

BTW, pity about the Mehring lad. He doesn't look assured at all and then he got 5 goals in.
He just got exposed, he kept rushing out and the Germans just shot past him or ran around him Laughing

He has potential though, but still clearly has a long way to go.

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by rwo power on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:12 pm

@rwo power wrote:
@Albiceleste wrote:BTW, pity about the Mehring lad. He doesn't look assured at all and then he got 5 goals in.
He just got exposed, he kept rushing out and the Germans just shot past him or ran around him Laughing

He has potential though, but still clearly has a long way to go.
I just hope he can recover fast from that beating. It is never nice to have to take the ball out of your own net so often.

Now he was lucky, though ^^

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:15 pm

@rwo power wrote:
@rwo power wrote:
@Albiceleste wrote:BTW, pity about the Mehring lad. He doesn't look assured at all and then he got 5 goals in.
He just got exposed, he kept rushing out and the Germans just shot past him or ran around him Laughing

He has potential though, but still clearly has a long way to go.
I just hope he can recover fast from that beating. It is never nice to have to take the ball out of your own net so often.

Now he was lucky, though ^^
Yeah hopefully he doesn't take this loss too harshly and learns from it and grows as a player.

I feel bad for Iturbe, this team is not playing well at all.

The Germans look great though, even the lesser known players have some good qualities and they have great teamwork.

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by rwo power on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:19 pm

Yeah, Iturbe looks like he has had enough of this now. AS for the German team, they have won all 8 qualifiers for the U21 Europe Cup so far, so the team is on a winning streak. And we have the advantage that we have a real goal keeper luxury problem. Even Marc-André ter Stegen is still eligible for the U21, and he is now already called up for the seniors...

Dear me, I really pity the Argentinian GK youngster. He really deserves a hug.

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Babun on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:27 pm

Germany= Argentine's nemesis in internationals eco smile

6-1
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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Babun on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:31 pm

@rwo power wrote:
@Albiceleste wrote:
@rwo power wrote:Yeah, the senior NTs will be a different thing for sure. Although this could be the 500th victory for a German NT, so they will probably take the match more serious than your usual friendly.
Personally I would just like to see us concede as few goals as possible, other than that I don't really care about the outcome. Of course winning is always sweeter, not going to lie.
Well, the German NT already has an excuse if they don't win - we play without Neuer, Lahm, Schweinsteiger, Podolski and Gomez Very Happy

BTW, pity about the Mehring lad. He doesn't look assured at all and then he got 5 goals in.

ROFL. Bernd Leno gets a cool shower from the sprinklers XD And Rudy uses it to freshen up a bit...
No excuses... Excuses are for losers. We have our speedy attackers ready to see their card house defence crumble at the looks of slight wind from our attack.
BAD-stuber doesn't strike confidence in and Mats is just as slow. I see a high scoring match on both ends. In the end, we'll win with 1+ goal to troll the Argies again :coffee:
From people you mentioned only Lahm's loss will hurt in any way. Kroos is good enough to run the show by himself, we have abundance of good GKS, Podolski and Gomez are better off on the bench eco smile
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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:37 pm

Dolce Vita wrote:

Albi, how do you do? Long time no see eco smile
Tomorrow, the real showdown will take place Thumbs up
That you Babun? Razz

Me? I'm gearing up for next season Laughing

And yes,it will take place tomorrow Twisted Evil The only friendly Germany will ever take seriously :bow:

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Babun on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:42 pm

@Albiceleste wrote:
Dolce Vita wrote:

Albi, how do you do? Long time no see eco smile
Tomorrow, the real showdown will take place Thumbs up
That you Babun? Razz

Me? I'm gearing up for next season Laughing

And yes,it will take place tomorrow Twisted Evil The only friendly Germany will ever take seriously :bow:
Good to hear. I'm doing well. I work during the day eco smile
I'm also geared towards the next season. I don't troll or open any controverse threads for now eco smile Time to collect info... eco smile

Well, I think peeps won't take it seriously at the start then Argentine will score. It'll be 1-1 or similar in half-time. After that, Germany will go all out. Löw has to save his face from the garbage he did in EC2012 :facepalm:
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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:49 pm

Dolce Vita wrote:
@Albiceleste wrote:
Dolce Vita wrote:

Albi, how do you do? Long time no see eco smile
Tomorrow, the real showdown will take place Thumbs up
That you Babun? Razz

Me? I'm gearing up for next season Laughing

And yes,it will take place tomorrow Twisted Evil The only friendly Germany will ever take seriously :bow:
Good to hear. I'm doing well. I work during the day eco smile
I'm also geared towards the next season. I don't troll or open any controverse threads for now eco smile Time to collect info... eco smile

Well, I think peeps won't take it seriously at the start then Argentine will score. It'll be 1-1 or similar in half-time. After that, Germany will go all out. Löw has to save his face from the garbage he did in EC2012 :facepalm:
I think it will be a pretty high intensity match as well.

Anyway why is Zieler getting the nod instead of Ter Stegen? Ter Stegen is surely better no? Maybe that's a question better suited to RWO Very Happy

Either way it's better than Neuer playing that's for sure Very Happy

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Babun on Tue Aug 14, 2012 9:53 pm

ter Stegen is too young. You know I want Higgy to rape BAD-stuber until he is subbed off. That way Höwedes will finally start, Germany's best defender by far.

#SaveusHiggy :bow:

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by shinigami99 on Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:16 am

That U-21 display was horrendous, I fear for the future is that is any indicator of the best Argentina has to offer. Even if Germany is a good team, losing by such a large margin is inexcusable.

Messi will rape so much tomorrow :bow: You guys will see....

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by BarrileteCosmico on Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:18 am

Romero
Zabaleta, Fernández, Garay y Rojo
Sosa, Mascherano, Gago, Di María
Messi, Higuaín

:facepalm:

Why call up Coloccini if you're going to start Fernandez?

Sosa?! Rojo?!

I'm getting prepared for another demolishing

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by Albiceleste on Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:22 am

Pretty predictable lineup from Sabella Laughing

Hopefully Gagod will have a GOAT game.

I wonder why Higuain is starting, oh well Kun is a great super sub.

Predicting a 3-2 victory for Argentina Very Happy

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Re: International Friendlies - 15th August 2012

Post by BarrileteCosmico on Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:23 am

Yeah idk why I'm outraged, it's exactly what I should have expected.

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