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Poll Results: Would you spend €100+ on Paul Pogba??

 
  • 48% (37)
    Yup, still very young and filled with potential...
  • 51% (39)
    Nah, no CM could be worth that much...
76 Total Votes  
post #8911 of 50776
Gerd Müller has Alzheimer's frown.gif
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Gerd Müller, widely known as “Der Bomber”, turns 70 on 3 November. The former FC Bayern centre-forward scored a total of 533 goals in 585 appearances for the club between 1964 and 1979. He won the World Cup and European Championship with Germany and rates as one of the greatest players of all time. He was also named European Footballer of the Year and, thanks to a total of 13 trophies in Bayern colours, is one of the club’s legends.

Unfortunately, Müller has been seriously ill for some time with Alzheimer’s disease. The media and general public have respected Gerd Müller’s privacy in this difficult situation. With the strong support of his family, Müller has been receiving professional treatment since February 2015. His wife Uschi has asked for understanding that there will be no official appointments or visits for his 70th birthday.

FC Bayern München chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge commented: “Gerd Müller is one of the greats of the global game. Without his goals FC Bayern and German football would not be what they are today. Gerd was the kind of striker there probably won’t be again. Despite all his success he always remained modest and reserved, which particularly impresses me. He was a wonderful team-mate and is a personal friend. Gerd will always have a place in the Bayern family. After he finished playing, he contributed his experience as a youth coach and helped nurture the likes of our world champions Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Müller. We’re grateful to him for this too.”

In the light of Müller’s condition and his forthcoming 70th birthday, Rummenigge said: “In this far from easy situation for him and his family, we appeal for respect. Values such as friendship and fair play were and are important to Gerd. He has deserved all of us to approach his illness considerately and respect his privacy and that of his family. This is not only the express wish of his family but also of FC Bayern. FC Bayern will always support Gerd Müller and his family and help him whenever necessary.”

Müller’s physician Prof Dr Hans Förstl commented on the Alzheimer’s disease suffered by the footballing idol: “Thanks to the magnificent support of his wife and the exemplary loyalty of FC Bayern München, Gerd Müller has been perfectly and successfully integrated into the life of the club over many years. Despite the unmistakeable signs of his illness he has been treated with sympathy and great respect by the Bayern family, the fans and the media. That was very important, because all we can wish for a person after the onset of Alzheimer’s disease is that he can remain for as long as possible in a familiar environment where he feels at his best.”

Source: http://www.fcbayernmunich.com/us/news/news/2015/gerd-mueller-at-70-statement-061015.php
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post #8912 of 50776
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Mou back to Madrid in January? nerd.gif

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post #8914 of 50776
Carlos Tevez hasn''t been paid for three months and wants to return to Juventus.
post #8915 of 50776

Isn't he just chilling in Bellerin's pocket? What's so physically demanding about that?
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post #8916 of 50776
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Originally Posted by NEWGODFLOW View Post

Isn't he just chilling in Bellerin's pocket? What's so physically demanding about that?

Well damn 😂😂😂

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post #8917 of 50776
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Carlos Tevez hasn''t been paid for three months and wants to return to Juventus.

What's with some of these South American clubs not paying players, and for Boca to not be able to pay seems odd. Ronaldinho went through the same thing when he was at Flamengo. Tevez still has so much to offer in my opinion. Hopefully he leaves Boca in the winter.
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Gerd Müller has Alzheimer's frown.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Gerd Müller, widely known as “Der Bomber”, turns 70 on 3 November. The former FC Bayern centre-forward scored a total of 533 goals in 585 appearances for the club between 1964 and 1979. He won the World Cup and European Championship with Germany and rates as one of the greatest players of all time. He was also named European Footballer of the Year and, thanks to a total of 13 trophies in Bayern colours, is one of the club’s legends.

Unfortunately, Müller has been seriously ill for some time with Alzheimer’s disease. The media and general public have respected Gerd Müller’s privacy in this difficult situation. With the strong support of his family, Müller has been receiving professional treatment since February 2015. His wife Uschi has asked for understanding that there will be no official appointments or visits for his 70th birthday.

FC Bayern München chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge commented: “Gerd Müller is one of the greats of the global game. Without his goals FC Bayern and German football would not be what they are today. Gerd was the kind of striker there probably won’t be again. Despite all his success he always remained modest and reserved, which particularly impresses me. He was a wonderful team-mate and is a personal friend. Gerd will always have a place in the Bayern family. After he finished playing, he contributed his experience as a youth coach and helped nurture the likes of our world champions Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Müller. We’re grateful to him for this too.”

In the light of Müller’s condition and his forthcoming 70th birthday, Rummenigge said: “In this far from easy situation for him and his family, we appeal for respect. Values such as friendship and fair play were and are important to Gerd. He has deserved all of us to approach his illness considerately and respect his privacy and that of his family. This is not only the express wish of his family but also of FC Bayern. FC Bayern will always support Gerd Müller and his family and help him whenever necessary.”

Müller’s physician Prof Dr Hans Förstl commented on the Alzheimer’s disease suffered by the footballing idol: “Thanks to the magnificent support of his wife and the exemplary loyalty of FC Bayern München, Gerd Müller has been perfectly and successfully integrated into the life of the club over many years. Despite the unmistakeable signs of his illness he has been treated with sympathy and great respect by the Bayern family, the fans and the media. That was very important, because all we can wish for a person after the onset of Alzheimer’s disease is that he can remain for as long as possible in a familiar environment where he feels at his best.”

Source: http://www.fcbayernmunich.com/us/news/news/2015/gerd-mueller-at-70-statement-061015.php

Horrible disease, the last thing I want taken away from me is my memory, seeing people go through it first hand is even worse. Hopefully a cure is found someday, and hopefully Gerd isn't too advanced in the disease and can still enjoy the rest of his life.
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Horrible disease, the last thing I want taken away from me is my memory, seeing people go through it first hand is even worse. Hopefully a cure is found someday, and hopefully Gerd isn't too advanced in the disease and can still enjoy the rest of his life.

Never experienced someone battling Alzheimer's in person but I fear Alzheimer's more than any other disease. No fighting chance and everything you love becomes distant.
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post #8919 of 50776
Imagine how lit it would be if Carlos Tevez, Ronaldihno, and Javier Hernandez joined MLS
post #8920 of 50776
Only if they were on the same team
post #8921 of 50776
Indeed, I truly hope people find a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Taking your memory away is a cruel thing to do.

BBC Sport ‏@BBCSport · 49m49 minutes ago
Fifa president Sepp Blatter has been provisionally suspended for 90 days.
More to follow.

BBC Sport ‏@BBCSport · 44m44 minutes ago
Blatter is provisionally suspended for 90 days, with no decision made on Platini
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It has begun now.
post #8922 of 50776
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Imagine how lit it would be if Carlos Tevez, Ronaldihno, and Javier Hernandez joined MLS

I would love for those three to join, more so the first two mentioned. I just hope that wherever Dinho goes next he stays there and is able to contribute for the last few years of his career. If he's going to continue these antics that has seen him terminate his last two contracts then he should just hang the boots up

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Never experienced someone battling Alzheimer's in person but I fear Alzheimer's more than any other disease. No fighting chance and everything you love becomes distant.

Yeah, my grandfather is suffering from it, he just turned 84 and from how I see it I think he's still in good shape as far as the disease goes. There's good days and bad days, but you can definitely see how it affects an individual, memory seems pretty good but just the randomness and mood swings are the tough parts.
post #8923 of 50776
Alzheimers is the worst mean.gif I'm terrified of it since it runs in my family.


As far as Blatter is concerned, I hope this suspension comes with more good news down the line. Hopefully handcuffs.
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post #8924 of 50776
I read dihno crashed his car recently then took a selfie after
post #8925 of 50776
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Isn't he just chilling in Bellerin's pocket? What's so physically demanding about that?

 

 

 

:lol:lol...Leave my boy Memphis alone.  You're piling on now.

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post #8926 of 50776

Aguero will be wearing #10 in Messi's absence for Argentina. This stuff really has to confuse or slightly mess with jersey buyers like me :lol.

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Aguero will be wearing #10 in Messi's absence for Argentina. This stuff really has to confuse or slightly mess with jersey buyers like me laugh.gif .

“Cada vez que falta Leo y tengo que usar la 10 digo: 'Uy, la puta madre'"- Aguero


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Originally Posted by An Armada View Post

Aguero will be wearing #10 in Messi's absence for Argentina. This stuff really has to confuse or slightly mess with jersey buyers like me laugh.gif .

This dude Aguero has switched jersey numbers like 3 times in the past year. Went from 16, to 20, to 11. Wanted a Argentina Tevez 11 so bad once he got recalled only to see Aguero ended up taking the number leaving Tevez with 18 sick.gif
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I'm saying though. I have an Argentina home from the World Cup when he was wearing 20 and when he switched to 11 I was like :|:lol 

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post #8930 of 50776
Has Tevez, aguero, messi, di maria ever played on the field at the same time?
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Aguero will be wearing #10 in Messi's absence for Argentina. This stuff really has to confuse or slightly mess with jersey buyers like me laugh.gif .

“Cada vez que falta Leo y tengo que usar la 10 digo: 'Uy, la puta madre'"- Aguero


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hilarious :lol also adding to the point that Maradona and Argentina had retired the number 10 for the NT but once Messi came around he allowed Messi to wear it. I mean Maradona is Maradona but come on, retiring a NT number?:lol

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I was just coming in here to post this lol, even more interesting is the follow up on the youngins they highlighted last year. Perfect to use for career mode on FIFA :lol

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post #8937 of 50776
"Lock this up Meth. Prime going through an identity crisis again, thinking he is Coupe this time"
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Originally Posted by An Armada View Post

Aguero will be wearing #10 in Messi's absence for Argentina. This stuff really has to confuse or slightly mess with jersey buyers like me laugh.gif .


“Cada vez que falta Leo y tengo que usar la 10 digo: 'Uy, la puta madre'"- Aguero


roll.gif


hilarious laugh.gif also adding to the point that Maradona and Argentina had retired the number 10 for the NT but once Messi came around he allowed Messi to wear it. I mean Maradona is Maradona but come on, retiring a NT number?laugh.gif

That's not true. Off the top of my head I can tell you that Ariel Ortega and Riquelme both wore #10 for Argentina before Messi.
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post #8940 of 50776
Because they made fun of his outfits? mean.gif this dude is *****made. Doubt Oxlade would ever do dis. OX > Memphis.
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