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02-01-2013, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by cgf View Post
(...) But yes it will be tough for them to replace Lewa, but if they do Dortmund will be set for the next 3-4 years.
As of now, Dortmund is 12 points and 18 goals behind Munich and even behind ever-boring Bayer Leverkusen with its mediocre roster and absolute beginners-coaching team. Although Munich wasted € 40m for a completely expendable Martinez, they will still be able to invest much more than Dortmund, who will have to pay a decent transfer fee in order to avoid (equally expendable) Sahin leaving.

Dortmund had two miraculous seasons, which will be extremely difficult to repeat. Klopp still is a brilliant coach, but his methods wore off a little bit in Mainz after the success. Do you really expect this team, which has embarassed themselves in the European Cup until this season, to compete for the CL title within the next years?

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