In the recent European and World championships, our favorite German national outmatched almost each team it met, only to be hit by a surprise loss knocking it out of the semi-finals or finals at best. This has been very depressing to us, global fans of this extra-ordinary team. So much of hope, backing and support has been built on the hope of seeing our team standing on the winning platform, rising the golden cup in front of the world.
I have been observing Germany recent losses against teams such as Spain, Italy and even Brazil. It has to be noted that Germany has the youngest team when compared globally in the recent championships. Youth and strength are important but they complement experience. This is the most underrated factor in Germany’s team. If you observe Germany’s team in Euro 2012 for example, most of the team players are from Bayern Munchen. The rest are majorly are the German League, Bundesliga, and hardly some who are playing in other European leagues. This is where I note as the weakest point in the national team. Since most of the players are from Bundesliga, the training, game play techniques, and experience are only gained according to the same league. There is hardly any exposure to any other famous football schools, where knowledge and experience can be the greatest benefit to the German players.
German league cannot match the English, Italian or even the Spanish in experience and excellence. Germany needs to export its players to these leagues to strengthen and absorb the true passion and game play of football.
The current German team is good, but will never win a title. Unless Germany undertake the mission to create great players such as Mirsolav Klose.
The title of this post is in reference to the famous movie about the fall of Berlin. The same disaster occurred last night when the National Mannschaft crashed due to the awful Italians in the semi-final of Euro 2012. My favorite team played one of its worst games ever last night.
Portugal, who lost in penalties to the stupids Spaniards, were the true heroes of Euro 2012. I have been following Portugal since 2006 and since then, they never outmatched themselves as good as their performance in Euro 2012 under the leadership of Cristiano Ronaldo. While I lament our lame loss to the Italians, I know for sure that Portugal will come back and reclaim their title in the next championship. By far their current line-up is the best ever!
OK, I didn’t post since July 4th and its was for a reason. My beloved national mannschaft lost a lousy game against the bloody Spaniards. I was really hurt and sad. The game play just sucked. The Germans were really afraid, repeating the same mistake from Euro 2008 final. Such a loss was unexpected from our mannschaft. But then, bombing Uruguay with a team made up of bench warmers was a true blast to South America again. Germany grew in the eyes of everyone watching this cup. They knew this team was to win and yet to win in the next cup. Now, Klose, Muller and Ozil are such super stars everyone just keeps asking about their game appearances. Such passion and game play keeps us waiting for the return of the German killing machine!
~In memory of the Fat bastard July 3rd, 2010~
Shot down by four German goals straight through the heart
Since I’ve seen this bastard playing in World Cup 1986, I just didn’t like him at all. Such ego and fake charisma, he thought of himself as ”God” on the game field. I’ve started following soccer from World Cup 1986. I was in trance and awe watching the game play of West Germany. That was the best team filled with energy and teamwork. Then it was the finals between Argentine and West Germany, where Diego Maradona claimed the win and took World Cup for his country. Since then, I’ve marked him as a thing to despise. Over the years, comes World Cup 1990. The final match was West Germany Vs Argentine again. This time, we made Maradona cry. I was happy twice that day. We won the Cup, and made Maradona cry in front of millions watching world wide. Then came World Cup 2006, where Germany beat Argentine by the penalty kicks, but no Maradona.
This year. Yesterday. It was revenge. He called it a rematch, wishing he had a t-shirt to play against Germany. The whole world anticipating the revenge of Maradona. Germany vowed to make him cry again. And the gave him the worst loss in his whole career as a sportsman and manager. Four clean shots pierced through every Argentinian and South American on this planet. Four German heart strokes to end the past, current and future history of Diego Maradona. Even his fucking little boy Leo Messi and his KFC promo couldn’t do shit.
The National Mannshcaft gave them the lesson of the century in the arts of football. A big ”Die slow” to all South America, Argentine fans and Maradona himself! Long live the National Mannshcaft!
First was Ghana, We took them down 1-0 to reach the qualifiers
Then, we gave England a quadruple paralysis that stained their history forever 4-0!
We destroyed the Diego Maradona legend forever and beat the SHIT out of Argentine 4-0, in the worst loss in its own history!!
Germany deserves the World Cup this time!!! It Is the Team to FEAR!!! Long live National Mannschaft!!