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    Quote Originally Posted by Origami View Post
    It's the deal of a lifetime for Jupp though. Probably receives a fat cheque and really can't do much wrong.
    He risks ruining his legacy (a treble).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luftstalag14 View Post
    He risks ruining his legacy (a treble).
    That was my initial reaction too, but every Bayern fan knows their team is already fucked so whatever and however he'll do, they should know it's only to ride the storm until the end of the season.

    At this rate, they really should be happy if they get the Bundesliga title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luftstalag14 View Post
    He risks ruining his legacy (a treble).
    He's 72. Probably doesn't give a damn about that. Just rake in some money to get the grandchildren into private colleges.

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    I'll always have tremendous respect for Jupp, especially after his tributes to Tito.

    That said, not sure this is the best move for him. He built that unstoppable Bayern team and what he inherits now is that team on it's last legs. He should still be be able to win BuLi, but might face some harsh realities in Europe.
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    Unless he screws up really bad his legacy will always be secure. The Bayern team is old but still has quality. If he gets them ticking I can see a Cl semi or even final.

    I am sure that Bayern will beat PSG in the home game.

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    I think its a mistake for him to return, he wont be able to replicate that unstoppable treble-team.

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    Noone should be concerned for Bayern. They are, easily, best organized club in the World and standing on healthiest legs. Plus amount of talent coming from Germany keeps on rolling and they will be scooping the cream.

    Heycknes is back now and, sure, there's nothing he can do to top his achievement but I wouldn't write off the grandpa just yet.

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    The got two problems: Uli Hoeneß and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge

    Their time is over but they fail to realize it. In the last year Bayern lost important personnel in Reschke, Sammer and other people and the two dinosaurs on top think it is best for the club to replace them with yes-men who will not implement their own ideas.
    Uli Hoeneß is one of the greatest persons in German football history but his time is over. Bayern will fall behind Barca, Real, PSG, Juve etc. if they continue like that.

    Many fans see this problem and they are rightfully concerned.

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    Sorry man but how was Sammer important? I could be misinformed mind you.

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    Many people around the club say that. But his name was my least important point, it was just an example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojan View Post
    Noone should be concerned for Bayern. They are, easily, best organized club in the World and standing on healthiest legs. Plus amount of talent coming from Germany keeps on rolling and they will be scooping the cream.

    Heycknes is back now and, sure, there's nothing he can do to top his achievement but I wouldn't write off the grandpa just yet.
    They aren't even the best organized club in the league.

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    Man City are probably in the healthiest position of any club right now with the amount of young talent they have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stb_1 View Post
    Man City are probably in the healthiest position of any club right now with the amount of young talent they have.
    their squad depth is incredible aswell and to think they went for Alexis, still possible in January.