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He had two or three line splitting passes that put a smile in my face. Demme covered a lot of ground, but did not make those. I think Tyler will benefit from having Nagelman as a coach

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RBL is facing a lot of pressure-- Staying on top of the BL and going into the round of 16 starting with Tottenham.



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RBL is facing a lot of pressure-- Staying on top of the BL and going into the round of 16 starting with Tottenham.

dont forget DFB CUP!


Bradley Wright-Phillips "I prefer it at Red Bull Arena, but it was OK. I could imagine it being good for a baseball crowd.


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RBL is facing a lot of pressure-- Staying on top of the BL and going into the round of 16 starting with Tottenham.


Combined 17W-6D-3L in 3 competitions so far.
Spurs not in great form so far under the Special One.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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dont forget DFB CUP!


RB play at Frankfurt twice in next three.
Second time is the Pokal, so get a free look.
Eintracht have been in free fall since the big win over Bayern on November 2, two wins in last 12.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Starting at RB at Frankfurt.

Does look like he's underlapping and coming into the CM position when they have possession.

Rather he just play at CM but glad he's playing.

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Really don't like him at that RB position. Only caught the second half but Leipzig looked poor most of the day.

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Today was his worst match rating (on Fotmob, anyway) by a good margin. I don't think it's a coincidence that it came when he was playing that dumb right back role.

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Gave away the ball cheaply a couple of times in the 1st half. Good hustle as always. 1st goal came from his zone on a throw-in but wasn't his fault. Subbed early because they needed more offense.

Meh overall. Everyone has average games.



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RB players poorly as a team today and lost. It happens.


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Fancy pre-game haircuts were never a problem when he played in New Jersey!

 

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RB play at Frankfurt twice in next three.
Second time is the Pokal, so get a free look.
Eintracht have been in free fall since the big win over Bayern on November 2, two wins in last 12.


Scoreline flattered Eintracht, 2nd in 94th minute.
RB should have scored in 1st half.
Outshot Frankfurt 23-7, had 67/33 possession edge.
https://m.youtube.co...h?v=OM-yAzz93Ws

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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new interview and podcast with Grant Wahl - looking forward to listening to it and reading article on RBL coach

 

https://www.si.com/s...olympics-injury

 

https://podcasts.app...i=1000465470491

 

https://www.independ...e-a9335101.html


Bradley Wright-Phillips "I prefer it at Red Bull Arena, but it was OK. I could imagine it being good for a baseball crowd.


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new interview and podcast with Grant Wahl - looking forward to listening to it and reading article on RBL coach

 

https://www.si.com/s...olympics-injury

 

https://podcasts.app...i=1000465470491

 

https://www.independ...e-a9335101.html

Nagelsmann has better command of the English language than Armas.



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Nagelsmann has better command of the English language than Armas.


Hes a top, top manager. A superstar in the making......for those who dont follow European soccer.


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