» via  skijumping-love   (originally  skijumping-love)
6 hours ago on 24 July 2014 @ 10:48pm 67 notes


here’s the thing. kissing a badge SHOULD mean something and should be done only after playing few years at a club. pointing on the badge is different, u can have more than one club in your heart, i get that. but kissing a fucking badge at your fucking introduction is just a slap in the face of your old club and actually also a slap in the face of your new club. we must face the fact that 99% of the players these days are just a fucking fake when it comes to this. there are just few ppl i can take serious when it comes to kissing their club’s crest, one of them ist bastian schweinsteiger. (forgive my bias ok)

also bless isco:

  • The Euro U-21 Championships winner appeared delighted with his new move, but he caused consternation when he refused to kiss the badge of his new employer. In lieu of his own lips, his brother kissed the crest on the new shirt.
  • In a subsequent press conference, Isco explained his reticence by saying he wanted to “earn the right” to kiss the badge with his performances on the pitch.

a fucking men.

6 hours ago on 24 July 2014 @ 10:45pm 13 notes


A lot of people have asked me to recommend them football blogs to follow and since I’m leaving today for Germany for one month, where I will have very limited access to the internet, I thought now’s a good time as ever. These people are not only bundesliga or german nt blogs, some of them don’t even have any interest in either. But they are all absolutely wonderful, and not only do they post original content, they are delightful to talk to, and bonus: they post hella beautiful selfies. So, without further ado, here are my favourite football blogs:


allesmueller arseneswengers barceliverpool badstuller bastianswagsteiger bambiharmony blomkvist didierdeschamps der-ewige-miro deinemannschaft dxbayern die-mannschaft-lover die-mannschaft dortmunds 


elreus fuckyeahgermannationalteam fyeahgerman-nt futbalmisfits football-matters gctze 


itsallaboutbayern invadersteve idk-football ianrushs iluvbayern iggymiquel ianklsdmbldr ichliebefutbol jurgenklopps jogiforthewin jackcork javiermartinezaginaga kingneuers klose kloseusteiger kroossss kingpoldi lukasbuttdolski louispodolskis 


miroslavklose manuelfrickinneuer matshvmmels manu-and-cillessen matsshummelss matsyhummels mesozils mesuut miasanrich mk11thelegend negredos neuuer nutellaboys nationalmannschaft-dfb oliver-kahn ohmyfootballers philippslahms perfsteiger prinz10podozil podollski pppper parisedise philippslahm 


szczesny sillygermans silver-stern svenlars sassytito seventeenlovesthree soy-un-madridista skin-trade thoomasmuller taketotheopenroad 


unseresieben watsonette welovemesutozil weihrauchs yes-09

» via  marcoroos   (originally  marcoroos)
7 hours ago on 24 July 2014 @ 10:29pm 74 notes
7 hours ago on 24 July 2014 @ 10:26pm 66 notes


I love this video.

1 day ago on 23 July 2014 @ 9:24pm 14 notes

Tagged by mandzeko.

1 day ago on 23 July 2014 @ 9:15pm 5 notes

"You always want to play for a bigger club when you’re young, and there’s no bigger club than FC Bayern München."

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» via  miasanrich   (originally  miasanrich)
1 day ago on 23 July 2014 @ 9:07pm 137 notes

'Hermann, Hermann. We've always had two outstanding players, CBs.
But Badstuber is better. He’s the best player I’ve ever had.’
-  Pep Guardiola [x]

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» via  bastianschweinsteiger-obsession   (originally  gaertnerplatz-gang)
1 day ago on 23 July 2014 @ 10:55am 105 notes

Lukas Podolski in Zabrze 21.07.2014

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» via  fromlovetobayern   (originally  funsteiger)
2 days ago on 22 July 2014 @ 5:45pm 358 notes

                Hermann Gerland remembers perfectly the conversation he had with his wife. In almost two decades as Bayern Munich’s youth coaching guru, Gerland - known as “Der Tiger” - has seen dozens of players come through, but this one stands out. The prodigy in question was 17. He was a small, slight boy. Gerland thought he had a potential world-beater on his hands, a once-in-a-generation talent, but nobody else quite saw it that way. "He had no chance in the first team," he said. "Nobody thought he would make it." The doubts played on Gerland’s mind. He could not make the others understand. He recalled, “My wife said that maybe I was wrong, that maybe if everybody said he was not good enough, then maybe…” He did not finish his sentence. Maybe, she meant, he just was not good enough. But Gerland was not willing to contemplate the possibility. "I told her that if he did not play for Bayern, I would throw in my licence and go and coach water polo," he said.

                It is a little more than 12 years since Gerland went to war for Lahm. Even Gerland must be surprised just how spectacularly he has been proven right. Lahm is captain of Bayern. He has led them to titles and to the Champions League. Few would debate he is the finest fullback in the world. You could even make a case that he might also be the best midfielder in the world, such as Bayern manager Pep Guardiola has hailed Lahm as the most intelligent player he has ever encountered.
» via  fromlovetobayern   (originally  miasanrich)
2 days ago on 22 July 2014 @ 5:44pm 568 notes