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  • DenToppesteHund
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    Originally posted by Bertus View Post
    Most of people here seem to not understand the personality of Benatia. I'm a moroccan-french, and know him since he was in Udinese. He is a very humble guy, who struggled a lot in his career, especially in France, where his talent was not recognized. After that, he moved to Italy, and made himself known in the entire world, and thus by a lot of hard work.
    Today, there was in a moroccan channel a special interview with Benatia in his house in Munich, where he described his life in Germany.
    Here is the link : ?????? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????? Mehdi Benatia - Vidéo Dailymotion

    It's mostly in French, so i will translate what he said in general.
    He talked a lot about the fact that he hasn't got enough time to play this year. He said that it took him time to adapt to his new life, to learn German etc ....
    Also he mentionned that he is now in a top club, and it's necessary to rotate between players, that everyone has to play to be happy in the club, that he is here to help the club, and to respond in the pitch when the coach call him to play. He is not the kind of players, that will go to talk to the coach to tell him " Why did you bench me ?". He said that if you want to play more than 30 matchs in the season, you have to go in a small club, but once you are in the best club in the world, you have to accept the fact that you won't be often a statring player.

    This should be posted in MB05 thread.

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  • Grey
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    Originally posted by mea95 View Post
    he is 26 years old ?!
    I thought he was younger
    Still pretty young for a CB. Could easily have almost a decade more left at a high level, and definitely at least 7 more years.

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  • mea95
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    he is 26 years old ?!
    I thought he was younger

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  • Cybergamc
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    Happy Birthday Champ!

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  • sws
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    HAPPY 26TH BIRTHDAY TO HOLGER

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  • Die Roten Mun
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    Karl-Heinz Rummenigge : “Holger is my individual hero of the evening." [source]

    I hope that Thiago will get inspired by this, and never give up.

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  • indineuer01
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    Badstu is the happiest man on the pitch last game.... Everyone seems happy for him too....

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  • sws
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    Originally posted by Bertus View Post
    Most of people here seem to not understand the personality of Benatia. I'm a moroccan-french, and know him since he was in Udinese. He is a very humble guy, who struggled a lot in his career, especially in France, where his talent was not recognized. After that, he moved to Italy, and made himself known in the entire world, and thus by a lot of hard work.
    Today, there was in a moroccan channel a special interview with Benatia in his house in Munich, where he described his life in Germany.
    Here is the link : ?????? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????? Mehdi Benatia - Vidéo Dailymotion

    It's mostly in French, so i will translate what he said in general.
    He talked a lot about the fact that he hasn't got enough time to play this year. He said that it took him time to adapt to his new life, to learn German etc ....
    Also he mentionned that he is now in a top club, and it's necessary to rotate between players, that everyone has to play to be happy in the club, that he is here to help the club, and to respond in the pitch when the coach call him to play. He is not the kind of players, that will go to talk to the coach to tell him " Why did you bench me ?". He said that if you want to play more than 30 matchs in the season, you have to go in a small club, but once you are in the best club in the world, you have to accept the fact that you won't be often a statring player.
    He was injured quite a bit though, he probably would've gotten a lot of Dante's minutes had he not had back problems, etc. I don't think he has much room to complain either way.

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  • Mik
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    Holger , great comeback!

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  • Bertus
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    Most of people here seem to not understand the personality of Benatia. I'm a moroccan-french, and know him since he was in Udinese. He is a very humble guy, who struggled a lot in his career, especially in France, where his talent was not recognized. After that, he moved to Italy, and made himself known in the entire world, and thus by a lot of hard work.
    Today, there was in a moroccan channel a special interview with Benatia in his house in Munich, where he described his life in Germany.
    Here is the link : ?????? ???? ????? ?? ?????? ?????? Mehdi Benatia - Vidéo Dailymotion

    It's mostly in French, so i will translate what he said in general.
    He talked a lot about the fact that he hasn't got enough time to play this year. He said that it took him time to adapt to his new life, to learn German etc ....
    Also he mentionned that he is now in a top club, and it's necessary to rotate between players, that everyone has to play to be happy in the club, that he is here to help the club, and to respond in the pitch when the coach call him to play. He is not the kind of players, that will go to talk to the coach to tell him " Why did you bench me ?". He said that if you want to play more than 30 matchs in the season, you have to go in a small club, but once you are in the best club in the world, you have to accept the fact that you won't be often a statring player.

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  • Grey
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    Originally posted by Dan View Post
    I don't think Benatia came here to be a rotation player, he has already sulked about his lack of playing time. He's not a guy that will be content sitting on the bench. If he's not a starting player he will leave sooner rather than later.
    He moved to a club with three CL-winning CBs. I refuse to believe that he's as stupid and as arrogant as you're making it out to be.
    Last edited by Grey; 13-03-2015, 05:30.

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  • Dan
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    I don't think Benatia came here to be a rotation player, he has already sulked about his lack of playing time. He's not a guy that will be content sitting on the bench. If he's not a starting player he will leave sooner rather than later.

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  • FreeBird
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    Not just that he knew what the possibilities were. We're 1 injury away from absolutely needing him/whomever might be on the bench.

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  • Grey
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    Originally posted by Dan View Post
    Maybe Pep has a three back line in mind? A backline of Boateng-Badstuber-Benatia? Or else i don't see a place for Benatia this season or the next if Pep prefers Badstuber.

    Bottom line is; Benatia will sulk if he becomes a bench player here so if he doesn't have a future as a starting player here then we should get rid of him after the season.
    Why would we get rid of the only quality CB depth we really have? Benatia signed a 5-year contract with Bayern. He knew what he was getting into.

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  • Dan
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    Maybe Pep has a three back line in mind? A backline of Boateng-Badstuber-Benatia? Or else i don't see a place for Benatia this season or the next if Pep prefers Badstuber.

    Bottom line is; Benatia will sulk if he becomes a bench player here so if he doesn't have a future as a starting player here then we should get rid of him after the season.
    Last edited by Dan; 13-03-2015, 00:04.

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