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OZIL on fire !!!!

Mesut OZILs life at Juventus began in a spectacular fashion after scoring three goals in opening three matches. 

"Blank-CHEZ"

SANCHEZs daft form in front of goal continues to the new season. After wasting chance after chance especially versus Bayern is costing the team significantly. On the other hand, Marcos REUS opened his account for Juventus at the third time of asking. 

Atleti 2-4 JUVENTUS

After two consecutive draws Juventus finally collected all 3 points against a tough opponent in Atletico Madrid. It was a goal fiesta on Christmas day for the away fans, who enjoyed throughout the match. Though the push for a clean sheet continues, after conceding five goals in just three matches. Thumbs_Up refuses to change his attacking tactics knowing full well what cost them the title last season.

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Bayern announce the signing of Thiago from Real Madrid with both Robben & Ribery going the other way in a 2-1 p/ex deal.

Thiago Bayern.jpg

Bayern face friend and rival Real Madrid this Sunday. A host of first team players return as well as Thiago making his second debut for the club. Bayern have had a rotten start to the season and must avoid defeat in their pursuit of remaining in the top flight.

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Bayern suffer another defeat and are now rock bottom of Div 1. Look a cert to be relegated given their current abysmal form. Several players including Mertens and Thiago out injured so not looking good for the German super power. One thing that remains a positive for Bayern is that they still possess the best manager in SM. So whilst that remains a constant they still have hope.

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17 hours ago, beist said:

Atleti won against a strong bayern. Currently on top but div1 is so tight it could all change in a couple of games. Next up is man u. Lets hope grizi's +1 makes a difference

What happened to the match before you won against Bayern?? Lol ;). Everybody beats @georgie34 Bayern.

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Bayern were eliminated from the EC Cup last night after a less than entertaining 1-1 draw with Man City. With the sides level after 90 mins the game then had to be decided by pens. Man City squeezed one more in the net than Bayern taking the shootout 4-3 and progressing through to the next round - well done to Dhruv and Man City.

Next up for the German superpower is a must win (they all are from this point on) league game against Zenit. The Russian outfit were expected to struggle after gaining promotion only last season, but have equipped themselves superbly and on their day have been a match for anyone in the division. If the match goes to form then Bayern are struggling but they will be hopeful of some tactical genius from their incredible magician of a manager to bale them out and get them three crucial points.

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Bayern find glimpses of what you might consider decent form with a 2-2 draw against leaders Chelsea. Bayern lead twice before being pegged back. Injuries are starting to clear so there could be hope, but safety remains a long long way away.

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Bayern make it three wins on the bounce with a excellent 3-1 victory at the Bernabeu over defending champions Real Madrid. Payet was outstanding with a brace with Vidal grabbing the other goal for the visitors. Sadly there is always bad news as far as Bayern are concerned after every game. They simply can not pass through 90 mins without a red card or injury. This week was the turn of Fabregas who will be on the treatment table for two weeks.

Next up for the Germans is a home match against promoted Atletico Madrid. They have been flying and currently sit second in the table so it provides a massive test for Roper's boys. 

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After making it four wins in a row in defeating defending champs Real Madrid Bayern face a luckless Juventus side whom seem there for the taking. In fact Roper's boys need only ensure the punctuality and attendance are good tonight to come away with the three points.

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On 09/02/2017 at 2:10 PM, georgie34 said:

After making it four wins in a row in defeating defending champs Real Madrid Bayern face a luckless Juventus side whom seem there for the taking. In fact Roper's boys need only ensure the punctuality and attendance are good tonight to come away with the three points.

In true SM fashion the form was turned on it's head. Juventus left with 3 points. Bayern left looking red-faced and with their tails between their legs. Zenit next up and this is a real six-pointer if ever I saw one. Fabregas still out but hoping he will return for next Thursday.

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On 1/18/2017 at 0:18 PM, georgie34 said:
5 hours ago, georgie34 said:
5 hours ago, georgie34 said:

In true SM fashion the form was turned on it's head. Juventus left with 3 points. Bayern left looking red-faced and with their tails between their legs. Zenit next up and this is a real six-pointer if ever I saw one. Fabregas still out but hoping he will return for next Thursday.

:D as far as I know losing to Zenit means you are a giant team??

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After that disappointing loss to Juventus last week, Bayern returned to winning ways with a close 2-1 away victory over Zenit thus lifting them out of the relegation zone. Next up is a below par Chelsea side missing both Costa and Luiz through suspension. Victory over the South London side will take Bayern above them in the table.

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2 hours ago, dhruv5588 said:

Pat... Any maximum limit of squad cap? ManCity really looking to boost their squad value cap further...!!!

Agree with Thumbs Up at the end of last season. I think we should cap it at say £450m to avoid anyone forming a 'super' squad and becoming untouchable.

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