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Friend of OBUDan
Florida Fan
Member since Dec 2008
9919 posts

re: No Germany friendly thread?


neither you nor hendo are going to take my jurgy bait? sons, I am disappoint.





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PTBob
Southern Miss Fan
Ocean Springs, MS
Member since Nov 2010
4158 posts

re: No Germany friendly thread?


by putting your team on your fricking back and doing it for madden like a greg jennings.

until darren sharper interrupts.






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Tweezy
west of east
Member since Apr 2008
11941 posts

re: No Germany friendly thread?


I said the same thing on the first page bro beans





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Tweezy
west of east
Member since Apr 2008
11941 posts

re: No Germany friendly thread?


So yeah, plz quit trying to steal my fricking thunder





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Friend of OBUDan
Florida Fan
Member since Dec 2008
9919 posts

re: No Germany friendly thread?


dammit that's what I get for not checking. of course I'd go Germans on a German thread





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hendersonshands
LA-Lafayette Fan
Univ. of Louisiana Ragin Cajuns
Member since Oct 2007
119135 posts

re: No Germany friendly thread?


Get off my ni**a Tweezy's nuts bro





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Tweezy
west of east
Member since Apr 2008
11941 posts

re: No Germany friendly thread?


shite is Bismarck AF.

But yeah it is an interesting thing to talk about. Maybe Phillip Lahm can write a book about how Jogi tells them to play defense. We already heard his take on how Jurgen coaches offense.






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StraightCashHomey21
West Virginia Fan
Huntingdon,UK
Member since Jul 2009
51049 posts

re: No Germany friendly thread?


LINK

quote:

In the second half, Bayern defender Jerome Boateng came on for Per Mertesacker. The lack of competitive action for the Arsenal centre back had shown. Klose's quest for Muller's crown soon ended, as well. Low substituted him for Mario Gomez (Fiorentina), who was booed by some sections of the crowd (54'). Whether they expressed a dislike for the former Bayern striker or simply their disapproval of the end of Klose's involvement was hard to tell. The 35-year-old veteran used to play for Lautern and is still very much a local hero in the city.








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