|Two Unstoppable Machines|
|Never really got it or understood what it meant to play for BVB...Ivan, kann you smell vat die Klopp is kooking? Also, do notice an attentive Moritz Leitner :)|
Hummels, Kuba, Schmelzer, Pizczek, Bender and now Subotic have all signed extensions. That is over half of the starting eleven (7). As Grosskreutz and Reus are clearly dedicated to the Dortmund cause, with no need to mention where Roman Weidenfeller's heart lies, there is really only uncertainty surrounding one player: Lewandowski. Dortmund have successfully managed to not only secure the signatures of their best players, but also their most important business assets. With clubs like Man U, Chelsea, Juventus, and Liverpool already adding to their ranks of strikers, it seems unlikely that LewanGOALski would give up a guaranteed starting position and hero status for the bench by moving to a "big" club (i.e. Torres at Chelsea, Berbatov at Man U, etc.). The media frenzy surrounding Dortmund players has been annoying, and at times, ridiculous. In the words of Watzke, "Which player who has left us is happier now? Shinji, Barrios, Sahin? No one."
|These two guys could kick your ass for sure.|
|And then chuckle about it....|
|Frustrating. It's all downhill from here...ask Mladen Petric.|
Cao Ivane, moving down in the world. Have fun at Wolfsburg, a mediocre club. Don't ever talk shit about BVB or Jurgen Klopp--you'll end up playing Landesliga Fussball soon...
|Real professionals keep comments to themselves and win trophies. Bender looks high. Neven, what did you give him, you rockstar? We all saw how wild you get when you were dancing on your car... :p|
A MASSIVE THANK YOU TO NEVEN SUBOTIC, ONE OF THE FIRST PLAYERS BROUGHT BY JURGEN KLOPP
IN 2008, AND TO SVEN "MANNI" BENDER, AN UNSTOPPABLE MACHINE IN MIDFIELD FOR BORUSSIA, FOR YOUR CONTINUED DEDICATION TO AND SUPPORT OF THE BVB CAUSE. TRUE BORUSSEN--we love you guys. Echte liebe. Prava ljubav. Real love.
Fur Immer BVB
P.S. The void left by Perisic on the sub bench could be filled by youngsters such as Leitner, Bittencourt, or Amini or it could pave the way for a Sahin return. Comments? Thoughts? The transfer saga continues...