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Tommy
20.11.2011, 06:23
http://static.rp-online.de/layout/showbilder/45560-Marco_Reus.jpg
Full name : Marco Reus
Date of birth : 31 May 1989 (age 22)
Place of birth : Dortmund, Germany
Playing position : Midfielder/Forward
Height : 1.80m
Weight : 70 kg
Number : 11


Marco Reus (born 31 May 1989 in Dortmund) is a German footballer who currently plays for German Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Career
Reus started to play football for his hometown club Post SV Dortmund in 1995 and joined the youth ranks of Borussia Dortmund in 2003. He played for Borussia Dortmund until he left for the U-19 of Rot Weiss Ahlen in the summer of 2006. During his the first year there the attacking midfielder was featured in five games for the clubs second team which played in the Westphalia league at the time. He scored a goal in each of his first two games. The following year he was able to break into Ahlens first team which played in the German third division at the time. He started twice and was featured in 14 matches, scoring two times. One of his goals came on the last day of the season and helped his team being promoted to the 2. Bundesliga.

In 2008–09 the then 19 year old had his definitive breakthrough as a professional football player. He played in 27 games and scored 4 times. On 25 May 2009 he signed a 4 year contract with Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach.

On 28 August 2009 Reus scored his first Bundesliga goal in a game against FSV Mainz after a 50m solo run, and since then became a prolific goalscorer for his club under Lucien Favre.

At the start of the 2011–2012 season, Reus began the season in fine form scoring seven goals in twelve matches which lead to rumours of a possible transfer to English side Arsenal.

Reus' contract with Gladbach is set to expire in 2015, but his deal reportedly has a buy-out clause of €18 million, which will take effect in the summer of 2012.

International career
Reus earned his first call-up to the Germany national under-21 football team in August 2009 and made his debut in a friendly match against Turkey national under-21 football team on 11 August 2009. On 6 May 2010 he earned his first call-up to the Germany national football team for a friendly match against Malta national football team on 14 May 2010. On 11 May 2010 he withdrew from the squad due to a leg injury picked up in the last game of the season against Bayer Leverkusen. On October 7, 2011 he made his debut against Turkey.

Tommy
20.11.2011, 06:33
Great talent. Will fit in a 4-3-3, 4-4-2 or 4-2-3-1. Will be great if we can sign him.

tyouto
20.11.2011, 07:01
still have 4 years contract with gladbach, thought deal
probably will be 2nd krasic, probably will be 2nd abate
i like him since recruit for my master league on PES2010 :D, and he's good :P

Tommy
20.11.2011, 07:10
The buy-out clause isn't huge.

Joe
20.11.2011, 07:25
These young Germans have some Italian first names.

Marco Reus
Mario Gotze

I hope that's Italian enough for Marotta. :)

ZoSo
20.11.2011, 07:34
Mario Gomez.

tyouto
22.12.2011, 03:03
made 2 goals today, i like to watching him play, but no bundesliga match in my country tv :(

blondu
22.12.2011, 11:20
still have 4 years contract with gladbach, thought deal
probably will be 2nd krasic, probably will be 2nd abate
i like him since recruit for my master league on PES2010 :D, and he's good :P

reus is nothing like that

tyouto
22.12.2011, 15:53
What is he like?

blondu
23.12.2011, 09:10
well first of all gladbach's team depends on him and he provides goals and assists..2nd he's a la lingua fellow...likes to get his tongue out when he scores..3rd the boy has both his feet, he can shoot pass and make a great first touch with both his legs. 4th and last, after he receives of gives a pass you can see him in the center of the pitch..he won't run only on the flanks and cross, he will be seen finishing the play. on these appreciations i hope some of our scouts are looking in germany because him, marin, gotze, kroos, draxler, ter stegen, tasci, derdiyok, schurrle are waiting

tyouto
24.12.2011, 05:34
well first of all gladbach's team depends on him and he provides goals and assists..2nd he's a la lingua fellow...likes to get his tongue out when he scores..3rd the boy has both his feet, he can shoot pass and make a great first touch with both his legs. 4th and last, after he receives of gives a pass you can see him in the center of the pitch..he won't run only on the flanks and cross, he will be seen finishing the play. on these appreciations i hope some of our scouts are looking in germany because him, marin, gotze, kroos, draxler, ter stegen, tasci, derdiyok, schurrle are waiting

:tup:

Fr3sh
25.12.2011, 06:01
I want him here sooooo badly here! But not as badly as I want Balo.

Him+Hummels would be a dream cum tru! Give him the #11 Marotta!!

v1rtu4l
25.12.2011, 12:46
His fixed transfer fee does change over time. Just heard that on German TV. before his 3 game goal streak he did not score for more than 700 minutes. So performance wise he is just like Pepe ... having a good run. Hell, even the last goal of his was similar to Pepes goal where her plays a 1-2 with the opponent ... Or just getting the ball out of luck in pepes case
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blondu
25.12.2011, 15:41
he was injured iirc..anyways, investing into talented young players is the way this club can grow

Golazo
25.12.2011, 18:39
I would take him with open arms...







...and legs.

blondu
03.01.2012, 10:21
cool avatar..i would take him too..and his brother marin on the right side :D

R.A.B.
04.01.2012, 16:17
http://www.bild.de/sport/fussball/marco-reus/wechselt-zu-borussia-dortmund-21904532.bild.html

Reus is coming to Borussia Dortmund. damm it.....

Nzoric
04.01.2012, 16:29
I would take him with open arms...







...and legs.

Who's the faggot now? :D

chester
04.01.2012, 17:09
Good transfer, for him and for Dortmund

Osman
04.01.2012, 17:15
His coming back home, fitting, great signing for Dortmund, I figured it would be Bayern or overseas.

Itztli
04.01.2012, 17:24
Well, Damn. Dortmund confirmed for Swagging in the CL next year. An Attack of Gotze, Reus, Kagawa, and Lewandowski is :tuttosport:

Gabriel
04.01.2012, 18:01
They will probably get kicked in the teeth. Again.

Osman
04.01.2012, 18:01
Not to mention Reus will prolly replace Götze or such, rather then play with all of those names.

Itztli
04.01.2012, 18:08
I don't know about Gotze, Os. Dortmund wants to keep him, and he said that he wants to stay. If anything, Kagawa is most likely to get the boot.

R.A.B.
04.01.2012, 18:19
Gotze will stay unil 2013. BvB bought also Bittencourt who is according to media the most promising young player in 2 bundesliga.
Lewy - Reus,Kagawa,Gotze and Barrios,Perisić,Grosskreutz & Kuba on the bench looks v.dangerous.

Gabriel
04.01.2012, 18:20
They will not get past the group stage next CL. I called it first.

Suns
04.01.2012, 18:23
Man I'm such a fan of his game. Dortmund? We could have competed with that.

Fake Melo
04.01.2012, 18:24
Here we go again :D

blondu
04.01.2012, 20:59
Gotze will stay unil 2013. BvB bought also Bittencourt who is according to media the most promising young player in 2 bundesliga.
Lewy - Reus,Kagawa,Gotze and Barrios,Perisić,Grosskreutz & Kuba on the bench looks v.dangerous.

good post..welcome

JuveJay
04.01.2012, 21:03
Here we go again :D
:D

Suns
04.01.2012, 23:52
Here we go again :DOh, really? This again? Is there a problem in me wishing a player I'm fond of to play in Juventus?

blondu
04.01.2012, 23:53
what's the rumoured price? and suns you have good tastes in young players

chester
05.01.2012, 07:53
what's the rumoured price? and suns you have good tastes in young players
He had a release clausde of 17.5 MEuro, and Dortmund paid exactly that.

mondo1
05.01.2012, 10:55
Man I'm such a fan of his game. Dortmund? We could have competed with that.

nah we couldn't.... those german players are not really interested in leaving germany for italy.
they have something against the serie a. well with all those news about cheating, empty stadiums,violence etc it's no surprise at all.... serie a has nearly lost all his reputation over here....

chester
05.01.2012, 10:58
nah we couldn't.... those german players are not really interested in leaving germany for italy.
they have something against the serie a. well with all those news about cheating, empty stadiums,violence etc it's no surprise at all.... serie a has nearly lost all his reputation over here....
Everywere, also in Holland and Belgium SerieA is seen as the least attractive league of the big 5 of Europe (EPL, SerieA, Bundesliga, La Liga and Ligue 1)

blondu
05.01.2012, 11:01
He had a release clausde of 17.5 MEuro, and Dortmund paid exactly that.

unbelievable...

chester
05.01.2012, 11:09
unbelievable...
... but true

blondu
05.01.2012, 11:14
well at least it will be a pleasure again to watch bvb..since sahin left they don't play that well...gundogan can't replace him.

JuveJay
05.01.2012, 11:16
Everywere, also in Holland and Belgium SerieA is seen as the least attractive league of the big 5 of Europe (EPL, SerieA, Bundesliga, La Liga and Ligue 1)
Well, then they are idiots.

chester
05.01.2012, 11:36
Well, then they are idiots.
I thank you sir.

Dostoevsky
05.01.2012, 11:41
Well, Damn. Dortmund confirmed for Swagging in the CL next year. An Attack of Gotze, Reus, Kagawa, and Lewandowski is :tuttosport:

Lewandowski is for me just another Iaquinta but yeah, those are some scary names.


Not to mention Reus will prolly replace Götze or such, rather then play with all of those names.

I actually wouldn't be surprised if Chelsea or City bid right now for him and sign for some crazy numbers.

Salvo
05.01.2012, 11:55
17.5 is still quite a bit of cash.

Señor Papito
05.01.2012, 12:08
Lewandowski is for just another Iaquinta.

Oh please.


17.5 is still quite a bit of cash.

It's a good deal comparing to what Bayern have been playing for similarly statured players ex. Gómez (35m) and Neuer (22m).

Dostoevsky
05.01.2012, 12:10
Oh please.

I think he lacks talent to be on a top level. He has everything, yet he lacks everything.

Dunno, I never really rated that guy.

Señor Papito
05.01.2012, 12:25
I think he lacks talent to be on a top level. He has everything, yet he lacks everything.

Dunno, I never really rated that guy.

Has a decent eye for goal, can hold up the ball well. I've been following the Ekstraklasa for a while now, easily one of the best players to come out of that league. But comparing any player to Iaquinta is too harsh in the current climate methinks. :D

blondu
05.01.2012, 12:25
17.5 is still quite a bit of cash.

yep it is but he's like the 2nd next big think after mario

Dostoevsky
05.01.2012, 12:34
Has a decent eye for goal, can hold up the ball well. I've been following the Ekstraklasa for a while now, easily one of the best players to come out of that league. But comparing any player to Iaquinta is too harsh in the current climate methinks. :D

I watched quite a few of Dortmund games. Iaquinta is trash, I was only comparing their style, and I think their style matches.

Lewandowski is surely better, but I wouldn't sign players like him. Might be wrong, biatch, I don't know. :D

blondu
05.01.2012, 12:39
lewa is better than barrios, that really is something

Dostoevsky
05.01.2012, 12:40
No fucking way he's better than him.

Bianconero_Aus
05.01.2012, 13:25
Well, then they are idiots.

Ignorance is bliss.

blondu
05.01.2012, 13:35
No fucking way he's better than him.

in this season he is..

R.A.B.
05.01.2012, 13:37
In theirs Primes Lewy is a little for now maybe better than Iaquinta., I watch Lewy because he`s from my country. Hard Working attaccer. Better allround-player than teammate Barrios but is finishing is worse.

YasoR17
05.01.2012, 13:43
Lewandowski is class. Watch him kick ass in the Euros.

Señor Papito
05.01.2012, 13:55
Might be wrong, biatch, I don't know. :D

:D


Lewandowski is class. Watch him kick ass in the Euros.

My friend's blog: http://polishscout.blogspot.com/

He certainly will.

tyouto
05.01.2012, 17:48
fuck dortmund; but i think 17.5 is too much for reus so it's obvious gotze will go with at least 40M euro :P

Hængebøffer
05.01.2012, 22:50
Lewandowski is class. Watch him kick ass in the Euros.

Watch Poland suck ass in the Euros.

Itztli
05.01.2012, 23:04
Watch Denmark suck ass in the Euros. Fixed. :D

Fr3sh
06.01.2012, 07:06
Everywere, also in Holland and Belgium SerieA is seen as the least attractive league of the big 5 of Europe (EPL, SerieA, Bundesliga, La Liga and Ligue 1)

Fuck Italy! There all scums! The only team in Calcio that is nice is Juventus, the rest is absolute trash! Fucking faggots....you see what happens they relegate us all their prestige is gone...fucking glory stealers.

Señor Papito
06.01.2012, 09:04
Fixed. :D

Fuck Bendtner. :tup: :agree:

JuveJay
06.01.2012, 10:45
Watch Poland suck ass in the Euros.
That's what I was thinking.

blondu
06.01.2012, 11:13
Fuck Bendtner. :tup: :agree:

i hate that tranny

Señor Papito
06.01.2012, 12:59
That's what I was thinking.

You're English so an opinion on Poland is immediately invalid.


i hate that tranny

This.

JuveJay
06.01.2012, 14:20
You're English so an opinion on Poland is immediately invalid.
Interesting.

Hængebøffer
06.01.2012, 20:23
Fixed. :D

Good thing I don't care much about the Danish national team, then.

blondu
06.01.2012, 20:35
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyU1ZWSw248&feature=related

blondu
12.01.2012, 01:26
sold..neext

blondu
27.01.2012, 13:53
it's a joy to watch m'gladbach with him , herrmann and hanke. i'm glad munchen didn't snatched him

Halabalu
27.01.2012, 14:03
Yeah... its pleasure to observe Bayern lose in transfer wars. It became irritating to watch how they struggle to capture every prospect well skilled German player in BL. I hope Hewedes and Getze won't join them too.

Trequartista
27.01.2012, 14:17
Yeah... its pleasure to observe Bayern lose in transfer wars. It became irritating to watch how they struggle to capture every prospect well skilled German player in BL. I hope Hewedes and Getze won't join them too.

The best moment is when Vidal came here instead of going to Bayern :seven:

Gian
28.01.2012, 17:46
Any chance Reus is going to start for the German NT?

blondu
28.01.2012, 17:53
only if ozil will play on the left. reus likes to play an ss role, but i don't see him starting in the front line.

marjin
29.01.2012, 02:30
The best moment is when Vidal came here instead of going to Bayern :seven:

Indeed was a quick move from our management and we snapped him:)

Tommy
04.03.2013, 15:56
Get this guy.

30m release clause.

Marotta please.

Fuck loan with any option.

Bianconero81
04.03.2013, 17:34
Why would he want to move to Italy? He's perfectly settled @ Dortmund :boh:

ZhiXin
07.03.2013, 04:00
Reus is BVB at heart. He is BVB's youth product and currently enjoying his football with his international teammates. There's no way he will leave.

Goodfella
07.03.2013, 04:02
This is one of those moves that are simply impossible on all accounts.
Just forget about it.

Nzoric
07.03.2013, 13:01
This is one of those moves that are simply impossible on all accounts.
Just forget about it.

Exactly. I would love it if we got him, but we have a bigger shot at Aguero than this guy.

Tommy
25.03.2013, 09:18
https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/409179_491657067556216_2055141031_n.jpg

Yamen
25.03.2013, 09:52
:lol:

adRHCP
15.04.2013, 18:50
Get this guy.

30m release clause.

Marotta please.

$#@! loan with any option.

Really? 30M? :shocked2:

Get him :tuttosport:

baggio
24.04.2013, 22:39
Reus is BVB at heart. He is BVB's youth product and currently enjoying his football with his international teammates. There's no way he will leave.

Nothing he can do if we trigger the clause?!

Goodfella
24.04.2013, 22:40
Personal terms?

radekas
24.04.2013, 22:40
He can decline signing a contract? :shifty:

JuveJay
24.04.2013, 22:41
Of course. There was a rumour that PSG triggered Messi's clause, but he wasn't interested in moving.

radekas
24.04.2013, 22:43
Of course. There was a rumour that PSG triggered Messi's clause, but he wasn't interested in moving.

lol that would be something

Zacheryah
24.04.2013, 22:45
omfg imagine that

messi going to psg, to push zlatan out of the center

the ultimate small man troll

adRHCP
24.04.2013, 22:49
This guy is officially my favorite non-Juve player since Agüero left to Mancherster City

TrezJuve
24.04.2013, 22:49
This guy is officially my favorite non-Juve player since Agüero left to Mancherster City

Same for me bro.

Klin
24.04.2013, 22:50
http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/gif/ppreflex.gif

TrezJuve
24.04.2013, 22:51
No, he already was for me.

Klin
24.04.2013, 22:52
Wasn't necessarily referring to you, TJ. ;)

adRHCP
24.04.2013, 22:54
http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/gif/ppreflex.gif

Totally not. I've mentioned him countless times on the whishlist and Enron is prove of it :)

Gep
24.04.2013, 22:54
This player is pure class. Would be an absolute dream to get him.

radekas
24.04.2013, 22:56
Sell all of our attackers.
Get Lewandowski and Reus.
Promote some Primavera strikers.
??????
Profit.

Gep
24.04.2013, 22:57
Sell all of our attackers.
Get Lewandowski and Reus.
Promote some Primavera strikers.
??????
Profit.

Football manager tactics there.

radekas
24.04.2013, 22:59
Football manager tactics there.

Always worked for me.

adRHCP
24.04.2013, 23:05
Sell all of our attackers.
Get Lewandowski and Reus.
Promote some Primavera strikers.
??????
Profit.

Nah, just sign this guy. That's enough :tuttosport:

baggio
24.04.2013, 23:17
Personal terms?

But won't he be coaxed by the selling club, also surely, the contract offered can be a better one than the one he's on, plus he'd be going to an arguably more prestigious club. Even though Bvb have a fair success story themselves.

Gep
24.04.2013, 23:20
Always worked for me.

Ruthless fvcker you. But I like it.

radekas
24.04.2013, 23:22
Ruthless fvcker you. But I like it.

I benched Buffon for Branescu, there can be no emotions in FM :smoke:

Gep
24.04.2013, 23:25
I benched Buffon for Branescu, there can be no emotions in FM :smoke:

Now you're getting carried away. Stop.

radekas
24.04.2013, 23:28
Buffon was old and Branescu a wonderkid though :P.

Gep
24.04.2013, 23:30
Buffon was old and Branescu a wonderkid though :P.

Oh yeah. I also remember when Vito Mannone of Arsenal was the next Buffon. My mate played him for nearly the whole season......... Then the comparison just disappeared.

Couldn't stop laughing cos he was seriously pants.


Anyways shut up ;)


Reus is class.

GordoDeCentral
24.04.2013, 23:47
finally people realize hes the real deal. said it before and will say it again

reus>goetze

blondu
25.04.2013, 00:13
bvb fans had a year of fapping by having those 2 and lewa in attack...what a fuckin combo.

adRHCP
25.04.2013, 03:32
finally people realize hes the real deal. said it before and will say it again

reus>goetze

Yes :tuttosport: YES

Bianconero81
25.04.2013, 06:41
But won't he be coaxed by the selling club, also surely, the contract offered can be a better one than the one he's on, plus he'd be going to an arguably more prestigious club. Even though Bvb have a fair success story themselves.

No need to be diplomatic. It's not arguable, it's definite. We are a far more prestigious outfit than Dortmund.

piotrr
14.05.2013, 14:05
Lewandowski & Reus :D


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=x4H5iLpxW9g

Nzoric
14.05.2013, 14:39
No need to be diplomatic. It's not arguable, it's definite. We are a far more prestigious outfit than Dortmund.

Not at the moment.

Gian
14.05.2013, 14:48
Saw some old posts in this thread :lol:


They will not get past the group stage next CL. I called it first.

:shifty:

Osman
14.05.2013, 14:50
Thats because they were pretty average in last years CL, pretty expected prediction to make after weak performances in Europe while dominating domestically.

Bayernstar
14.05.2013, 16:43
11.05.2013 equaliser 87min.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJZEhWKRRPU

ALC
14.05.2013, 18:18
Reus is a fucking rockstar.

Tommy
15.05.2013, 17:27
#10

Gian
15.05.2013, 18:02
#10

:agree:

Shits all over Jovetic.

adRHCP
15.05.2013, 18:27
:agree:

$#@!s all over Jovetic.

Totally

And I do like Jojo

Gian
15.05.2013, 18:49
I do like him too but hardly see a top player in him that justifies a 30M price tag.

adRHCP
15.05.2013, 18:56
I do like him too but hardly see a top player in him that justifies a 30M price tag.

And to think that BVB bought Reus for just 17M :sad:

swag
15.05.2013, 19:07
Totally

And I do like Jojo

True. But you don't have to swing a dead cat to find someone fapping over a Bundesliga player these days.

Gian
15.05.2013, 19:12
And to think that BVB bought Reus for just 17M :sad:

It was his release clause iirc.

ALC
15.05.2013, 19:14
True. But you don't have to swing a dead cat to find someone fapping over a Bundesliga player these days.

Shows how good they've become. A couple years ago it was the Spaniards that were the most talented. Now it's the Germans.

swag
15.05.2013, 19:21
Shows how good they've become. A couple years ago it was the Spaniards that were the most talented. Now it's the Germans.

No. People exaggerated things from season-to-season often on the basis of a couple of CL matchups. One year, Italy is the dominant force with three teams in the QFs (2003). Then England is a powerhouse. Then Spain. Now Germany.

Not saying that Reus isn't a fantastic player, but he's part of what's in vogue now. And what's in vogue now is as fickle as a Milan fashion show. Entire nations are elevated or condemned after a handful of results in a single CL tournament, which is horse crap.

Bjerknes
16.05.2013, 03:38
I disagree. The Germans have Gotze, Muller, Kroos, Reus, Gundogan, Draxler, Jung, Ter Stegen, et cetera. That is some crazy good talent. Spain can't hold a candle to that (Isco and Martinez? Come on) and ITALY's youngsters look like fuucking Latvia compared to them.

swag
16.05.2013, 04:02
True. True.

JuveJay
16.05.2013, 11:09
They might even win something if they avoid Italy in future tournaments.

Bjerknes
16.05.2013, 18:50
They will blow through Italy like an F5 tornado slamming into a vespa.

Hængebøffer
16.05.2013, 19:00
Just like last summer.

Jay27
17.05.2013, 03:34
I disagree. The Germans have Gotze, Muller, Kroos, Reus, Gundogan, Draxler, Jung, Ter Stegen, et cetera. That is some crazy good talent. Spain can't hold a candle to that (Isco and Martinez? Come on) and ITALY's youngsters look like fuucking Latvia compared to them.

Spain has a very talented youth system. The likes of Iñigo, De Gea, Torres, Deulofeu, Jese, Montoya, Isco, Thiago, Muniain, Bartra, Illaramendi, Koke, Rodrigo, Suárez, Suso, etc.

adRHCP
17.05.2013, 03:41
Just like last summer.

Yep.

ALC
17.05.2013, 03:55
Spain has a very talented youth system. The likes of Iñigo, De Gea, Torres, Deulofeu, Jese, Montoya, Isco, Thiago, Muniain, Bartra, Illaramendi, Koke, Rodrigo, Suárez, Suso, etc.

http://cdn1.images.videobash.com/photos/000/037/933/37933.jpg

Bianconero81
17.05.2013, 10:53
They will blow through Italy like an F5 tornado slamming into a vespa.

Your unjustified hate for Italy is only exceeded by your blatant bias and lack of objectivity when it comes to them. Remind me again, when was Italy ever defeated by Germany in an International tournament? The answer is NEVER! Food for thought perhaps?! :boh:

blondu
17.05.2013, 10:59
you can't compare the best 7 youngsters in spain with the best of germany...you simply can't.

JuveJay
17.05.2013, 11:06
Well, that was easy.

Bianconero_Aus
18.05.2013, 04:49
People taking Andy seriously :lol:

adRHCP
25.05.2013, 23:42
:heart2::heart2::heart2::heart2::heart2:

Kasaki
26.05.2013, 00:49
Italy has never been about youngsters though, and in a match they wont be able to field all those players.

piotrr
07.09.2014, 23:12
Reus apparently injured again.

Guys still had time to play some rock, paper and scissors though.
https://vine.co/v/OzWHHxzdg6v

frzl
08.09.2014, 15:31
out for at least 4 weeks.

Red
08.09.2014, 16:18
Reus apparently injured again.



Charlie Mulgrew is a cunt.

swag
08.09.2014, 18:11
Injured yesterday
swag

Hustini
08.09.2014, 18:41
Guys still had time to play some rock, paper and scissors though.
https://vine.co/v/OzWHHxzdg6v

:lol:

Dru
08.09.2014, 19:29
Charlie Mulgrew is a cunt.

Sounds like you speak from a personal level

Red
08.09.2014, 22:26
He certainly acted like a cunt when he was an Aberdeen player.

TheLaz
08.09.2014, 23:09
I disagree. The Germans have Gotze, Muller, Kroos, Reus, Gundogan, Draxler, Jung, Ter Stegen, et cetera. That is some crazy good talent. Spain can't hold a candle to that (Isco and Martinez? Come on) and ITALY's youngsters look like fuucking Latvia compared to them.

Gotze(22), Muller(24), Kroos(24), Reus(25), Gundogan(23)

At what age is a player no longer a talent? FIFA sets the age to 21. So do I. Youngsters are under 21 of age, talent is still on someone like Totti

Bjerknes
09.09.2014, 02:58
Gotze(22), Muller(24), Kroos(24), Reus(25), Gundogan(23)

At what age is a player no longer a talent? FIFA sets the age to 21. So do I. Youngsters are under 21 of age, talent is still on someone like Totti

Did you check the date on my post?

That was over a year ago! :lol:

Whatever you want to call it, Italy has very little talent, established world class players, or old fart players world class players. Happy?

Fr3sh
15.05.2015, 09:52
I bet he wishes he was here.

kao_ray
15.05.2015, 10:30
Did you check the date on my post?

Whatever you want to call it, Italy has very little talent, established world class players, or old fart players world class players. Happy?

:sigh: