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    Marco Reus

    What, no thread on Reus? This kid is very talented and a blast to watch.

    Not that Greece put up much of a barrier today, but you can see Reus has a great footballing brain and likes to move the ball quickly in tight spaces (in addition to his excellent abilities as an open field counterattacking player). You could see the other Germans not quite clicking at his pace, even Ízil, whom he tried to slip through with some tight angle short 1-2 passes. I suspect Ízil will catch on once they work more together.

    Reus and Messi would have a ball together.
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    Dortmund got the guy for a great price considering his potential.

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    very talented and great goal too i think he should be starter

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    Very impressive. He has a bright future. Will be very interested to see how he play in Dortmund.
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    I like him a lot, loved his finish for the goal, he didn't need to blast it into the roof of the net but he did.


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    best German player tonight,they came to life when he got on the pitch

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    If he started then I think the game against Italy would have gone very different.

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    Dortmund did a brilliant transfer.

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    Marco Reus

    Marco Reus

    Date of birth:31 May 1989 (age 23)

    Place of birth: Dortmund, West Germany

    Height:1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

    Playing position:Striker / Winger

    Current club:Borussia Dortmund

    Number:11

    Was voted the 2011/12 German player of the year.

    This kid is the real deal. Should have seen way more of the pitch at EURO 2012. Imo one of the most talented younger players in the world. Ahead of the likes of Neymar, Oscar, Hazard, and even Thiago. It's going to be a fun season for Dortmund with him and Gotze playing on the same pitch together. He will fill the gap left by Kagawa and try and secure BVB its 3rd title in a row.







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    Should be an exciting addition to Dortmund
    Paolo Maldini - "In my opinion, Messi should win the Ballon D'Or each year. He's an unbelievable player."

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    I wonder how much of an impact he will have replaceing Kagawa. Imo Reus is an upgrade in about every way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViscaBarca914 View Post
    I wonder how much of an impact he will have replaceing Kagawa. Imo Reus is an upgrade in about every way.
    And I think he keeps learning/improving. He's a smart player who will continue to develop.
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    Has to be the most exciting player in Germany atm
    Paolo Maldini - "In my opinion, Messi should win the Ballon D'Or each year. He's an unbelievable player."

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    He's quite good, hope Bayern dont poach him.

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    Nah, won't happen. He already snubbed them for Dortmund. Bayern, Madrid, and city all wanted him, but he chose his hometown club..... Can't say I don't respect the hell out of the move
    Though he would honestly add tremendous quality to any team he joined. Barcelona included.

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