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Carey on a free? (joining St Johnstone)

Mar 16, 2009
Frankfurt also beat Barcelona Justin.

Barcelone have been abysmal for most of this season.

Anyway, that's precisely why I'm saying you can't use cup results to gauge league ability, so it seems you agree.

We did not so badly against Chelsea too, right?
Mar 16, 2009
For every Werner there's a Son Heung Min

There are plenty of good players in the Bundesliga, no doubt.

If they're really rated they're likely to get lured to the Premier League, or a rich club in Spain or France, for the peak of their career, which deprives the Bundesliga of much of its talent.

And some of them don't cut it, even if they've been supreme in the Bundesliga.

It's a step up.
Jul 16, 2018
The Bundesliga is nowhere near the level of the Premier League.

It's an entertaining league full of goals for sure, but way behind in terms of quality of defences, competitiveness and quantity of elite players at the top of their game. It's a good place to nurture and develop players of promise. Plenty of EPL clubs send players on loan to Bundesliga clubs to give them game time. Plenty never make it in the EPL on return.

Conversely, lots of Bundesliga stars struggle in the Prem. Take Timo Werner. Scored for fun at Leipzig.

And Jadon Sancho...
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Jul 6, 2011
A definite NO, we're moving forward not back and let's remember he wasn't exactly brilliant in every game...

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