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I think he attempted to derail Bayern as a whole while there lol. Thankfully they saved themselves and got him out of there.

Losing to a team named after a sausage :fp:



Not forgetting how they got schooled by Zidane in the UCL :fp:

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"When I look at the Bundesliga transfers, the most notable player, who has come from outside, is Axel Witsel at Dortmund. He is undoubtedly a really good player, but he comes from Tianjin Quanjian in China and has never played in one of Europe's top leagues," Effenberg told Sport Bild
 

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I watch Dortmund few times.
I think Akanji is a very good defender.
His performance at World Cup also very impressive I think.
 

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So Bayern are so shit, but they still top the league ?
 

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Hummels in Dortmund? :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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Are the odds on RB Leipzig winning the Bundesliga title good?

There you have a way to make money. Put €10 on them.
 

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I don't mind shitting on modern Milan, but this is so off.

Kaka? The club accepted City's bid. They wanted to cash in on him. He picked RM. He then returned on lower wages, in a free transfer.
If anything Milan came across as swindlers in this deal, certainly not cucks.

Sheva was 30 and he left for a team outside Italy in a deal that broke the English transfer record. We weren't a selling club at that point, but he did the club a favor. His return was only on loan and he was dumped after proving not to be good anymore. Cucks? Definitely not.

Dortmund sold Hummels in his prime for 30-35m to a league rival and brought him back 3 years later, washed up, at 31, for 37m and probably a higher salary.:lol:

Götze used a release clause, which was far below his market value to join a league rival. Milan accepted Chelsea's bid, Dortmund had no say in this and would've certainly not accepted 37m bid since Götze was the Mbappe of that year. Instead of waiting for the summer and leaving in a 60-100m deal to a club outside Germany he decided to accept the offer of a league rival and potential CL final opponent, which somewhat ruined a beautiful moment for Dortmund fans and probably also had a negative effect in the dressing room. That is the ultimate betrayal.
It ended up being a bad deal for everyone involved, but Dortmund being the nr 1 cucks they are, decided to bail Bayern out by buying their damaged goods for 22m and making him their 2nd best paid player.:lol:
 

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Right. When Dortmund sell they cucks but when Milan sold them and brought them back that was savvy? Both were strong armed into selling and in Kaka/gotze case neither sold to the highest bidder.

At least Dortmund didn't bring back two non-footballers and actually put the money they earn to good use. #huntelaar

What are we even discussing.

Milan bought tevez for Juve.

It's one thing selling your players to a rival club. Quite another buying players for them.

Milan are peerless in their cuckitude.
 

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Savvy? Nah. But the only losers in those deals were RM and Chelsea(and maybe the players).
Milan didn't buy them back 3 years later for a significant fee, like Dortmund.


I'm not afraid to admit that Milan has made plenty of cuck moves, and is probably the most mismanaged big club of the last years, but the Kaka and Sheva deals were two rare bright moments as far as player departures.

Now here's a true cuck moment for Milan:

 
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And the Tevez/Matri deals ofc.

Still what stood out more than anything else about those deals was the stupidity. It didn't go as planned at all.
Dortmund's cuckoldry on the other hand seems to be by choice.
 
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Savvy? Nah. But the only losers in those deals were RM and Chelsea(and maybe the players).
Milan didn't buy them back 3 years later for a significant fee, like Dortmund.


I'm not afraid to admit that Milan has made plenty of cuck moves, and is probably the most mismanaged big club of the last years, but the Kaka and Sheva deals were two rare bright moments as far as player departures.

Now here's a true cuck moment for Milan:

 
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And the Tevez/Matri deals ofc.

Still what stood out more than anything else about those deals was the stupidity. It didn't go as planned at all.
Dortmund's cuckoldry on the other hand seems to be by choice.

I don't think Dortmund choose to be cucks. Their players prefer the familiarity of bundes/Germany and the best move upwards would be to Bayern. If they fail at Bayern they just come back a few seasons later with enough legs to ensure Dortmund are playing at acceptable standards.

Milan would honestly be better off adopting their model instead of holding on to hyped players who become too comfortable with our mediocrity and let their standards and ambition drop.

Milan becoming a selling club wouldn't be the worst thing to happen to it .... If only they learn how to make transfers.
 

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Haaland has 7 goals + 1 assist in 136 minutes in the Bundesliga. He's contributed to a goal every 17 minutes, that is just insane.
 

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Haaland has 7 goals + 1 assist in 136 minutes in the Bundesliga. He's contributed to a goal every 17 minutes, that is just insane.



On top of that, Sancho 12 goals 12 assists in 18 games. Both are 19 years old.
 

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Savvy? Nah. But the only losers in those deals were RM and Chelsea(and maybe the players).
Milan didn't buy them back 3 years later for a significant fee, like Dortmund.


I'm not afraid to admit that Milan has made plenty of cuck moves, and is probably the most mismanaged big club of the last years, but the Kaka and Sheva deals were two rare bright moments as far as player departures.

Now here's a true cuck moment for Milan:

 
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And the Tevez/Matri deals ofc.

Still what stood out more than anything else about those deals was the stupidity. It didn't go as planned at all.
Dortmund's cuckoldry on the other hand seems to be by choice.

Stop beating around the bush, what we did is exactly the same as what Dortmund did. The love for your own club clouds your objectivity. Both players left, and came back after a failed transfer abroad
 

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Stop beating around the bush, what we did is exactly the same as what Dortmund did. The love for your own club clouds your objectivity. Both players left, and came back after a failed transfer abroad

Speaking of objectivity, why do you get butthurt every time someone makes fun of Bundesfodder or anything German-related even in a non-serious tone? Do you have German background?
There a few Germans and Bundesfodder fans on this board but none of them get as ridiculously upset and defensive as you do. I'm not entirely sure on this one, but aren't you also the same guy who even was triggered and defended WW2 Nazi Germany after someone made a Nazi joke?:lol:
You're some character...


As for my own objectivity, if I can concede that Milan has been cuckolded numerous times by Juve and is probably the most mismanaged club of the last years, then I'm not clearly not holding anything back.
The Kaka & Sheva cases aren't comparable with Dortmund's cuck stories with Bayern and it should be obvious why.
 

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