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1 minute ago, rotoq said:

Never heard of the cunt

He's not a total donkey.

 

You could throw him on to chase balls in the channels and batter oppositions centre halves.  Then laugh when he falls over and vomits.  

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2 minutes ago, TK421 said:

He's not a total donkey.

 

You could throw him on to chase balls in the channels and batter oppositions centre halves.  Then laugh when he falls over and vomits.  

You feckin takin the piss out of me, mate?

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I was daydreaming about the mighty reds, as I do from time to time. And I started pondering about the fact we don't have any German players, which I thought was quite unusual. 

 

Are they all shit? Are they not suited to the way Klopp plays? Are they all kuntz? and Klopp can't be arsed with them? 

 

Really gets the noggin' joggin'

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The top German players all want to stay in Germany, always have. There are probably only a handful now out of Germany. Sane (he will be back in Germany next season) and Gundogan picking up stacks of oil dough -- who else?

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12 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

The top German players all want to stay in Germany, always have. There are probably only a handful now out of Germany. Sane (he will be back in Germany next season) and Gundogan picking up stacks of oil dough -- who else?

Karius

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15 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

The top German players all want to stay in Germany, always have. There are probably only a handful now out of Germany. Sane (he will be back in Germany next season) and Gundogan picking up stacks of oil dough -- who else?

Apart from the late 80s/ early 90s when Italy had all the best players.

Matthaus, Brehme and Klinsmann at Inter Milan.

Jurgen Kohler at Juventus.

Haessler at Roma.  Thomas Doll (the token East German) at Lazio.

 

Campionato! Di Calcio! Italianooooo!

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20 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

The top German players all want to stay in Germany, always have. There are probably only a handful now out of Germany. Sane (he will be back in Germany next season) and Gundogan picking up stacks of oil dough -- who else?

In with a chance of their current squads?

 

Kroos

Ter Stegen

Kehrer

Draxler

Rudiger

Can

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2 minutes ago, Sugar Ape said:

You can add in the aforementioned Sane for goals. 

Got yer man Ozil as well, although I guess he's fallen out of favour a bit with the NT these days.

Would be a quality futsal player.

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14 minutes ago, Jose Jones said:

Apart from the late 80s/ early 90s when Italy had all the best players.

Matthaus, Brehme and Klinsmann at Inter Milan.

Jurgen Kohler at Juventus.

Haessler at Roma.  Thomas Doll (the token East German) at Lazio.

 

Campionato! Di Calcio! Italianooooo!

Voller at Roma as well back then, Riedle at Lazio

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If we’re going back 40 or more years I’d like to add Uli Stielike, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Bernd Schuster and Paul Breitner. 

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35 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Have I ever mentioned how much I hate Ozil? I should have.

 

We are up to about 15 in the last 40 years - get yours in fellas

I think we have enough to confidently state that Germans are a bit more likely travellers than the English, and Italians who are probably the most insular stay homes.

 

But they're not up there with the French, Spanish and Dutch as traditional European migrant workers.  The Belgians have been spreading their wings widely of late too, obviously.  They may have also wanted to previously, but no-one wanted them so they had to stay at home.

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