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Old 19-07-2018, 13:54   #91
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Old 19-07-2018, 14:04   #92
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he sure looks great from all this talking but lets wait and see how he will turn out. I can see him favouring players who run alot and defend, players like Vidal,Sanches even a guy like Rebic instead of players like James,Thiago and co. I easily can see him fail in the first 6 months.

Lets not forger CA was talking about how he will make our game faster and stuff and we ended up with the most pointless possesion football
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I'm torn between wanting Bayern/Kovac to succeed but also wanting a massive fuck up so the board might finally wake up
that's not an option for me, I always want Bayern to win, and if we lose not to lose with a big margin and at least give a fight.

think of our board as a handicap mechanic that our team and coach have to play through to complete a mission in a higher difficulty setting.

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Old 19-07-2018, 22:42   #94
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It's all sweet but Klinsmann kinda gave the same promises back in the days so yeah lol
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Old 20-07-2018, 22:01   #97
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It's all sweet but Klinsmann kinda gave the same promises back in the days so yeah lol
I don't remember that. all I remember is his weird ideas that he brought from the US which half of them didn't do anything with tactics or football in general.
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I don't remember that. all I remember is his weird ideas that he brought from the US which half of them didn't do anything with tactics or football in general.
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The future coach of FC Bayern Munich, Jürgen Klinsmann, presented his new concept to the supervisory board of the club on Monday evening. The Californian emphasized that the game of Bayern must be faster than anything else.
The 43-year-old calculated such stats: in the English Premier League on average players play the ball forward every 1,3 seconds, whereas in the Bundesliga each player holds the ball for circa 2,4 seconds.
Above all, it would be necessary to work on this shortcoming in order to be able to cope against the big European clubs in the Champions League. Bayern President Franz Beckenbauer commented on the overall concept of the ex-federal coach in the "Bild": "Jürgen has explained his philosophy very impressively to us, and he receives all kinds of support from us for his ideas."
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yep that is really similar to what Niko said.
still though, Klinsmann had no experience in club level football.

I am optimistic about Kovac, I have a feeling he will make an impact here, a positive one.
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yep that is really similar to what Niko said.
still though, Klinsmann had no experience in club level football.

I am optimistic about Kovac, I have a feeling he will make an impact here, a positive one.
Most important is that the board are willing to back him up and not start pointing fingers if we get into a bad period.

Also they should listen to his wishes regarding transfers, but I´m not sure they will.
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It's all sweet but Klinsmann kinda gave the same promises back in the days so yeah lol
worst football I've seen us play was under Klinsmann. Not sure how that was possible considering his prior success as a player in the club.
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worst football I've seen us play was under Klinsmann. Not sure how that was possible considering his prior success as a player in the club.
Because he's clueless tactically.
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yep that is really similar to what Niko said.
still though, Klinsmann had no experience in club level football.

I am optimistic about Kovac, I have a feeling he will make an impact here, a positive one.
Definitely. And today we saw some decent start hopefully.
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A lot could potentially be seen by the way he is going to behave towards Robbery...

Knowing that he likes pacy players especially in attack I think that Kovač could be the guy that will present the reality to both of them. I can already see them dissapointed a lot this season.

Cuz the difference with Gnabry and Coman in attack will be unaparalel.

Its sad they are so delusional and that they are going to leave the club or retire on a low note.

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