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Old 08-18-2011   #11
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Former Bayern Munich goalkeeper Oliver Kahn has reignited a heated debate with current players Philipp Lahm and Bastian Schweinsteiger.


The 42-year-old's response comes just days after the Germany midfielder said Kahn was usually upset by criticism he received as a player.

Schweinsteiger was reacting to comments made by Kahn, who recently questioned his leadership abilities at the Allianz Arena.

However, the former goalkeeper has now retaliated as the dispute continues.

"I was upset by the previous criticisms [from Schweinsteiger]," Kahn told Kicker.

"However, what both players should do now is try and take the next step in their development.

"But in Germany this is difficult to achieve as is expected from leaders."

"This discussion about leadership is difficult to have in Germany because there is so much emotion and controversy surrounding it. It's not about loudness or alpha-male swagger."

Schweinsteiger was recently linked with a 25 million move with Italian champions AC Milan, who are looking for a midfielder.


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Default Bundesliga Matchday 3

Bayern Munich 5-0 Hamburger SV
Borussia Dortmund 2-0 Nurnberg
Stuttgart 0-1 Bayer Leverkusen
Mainz 2-4 Schalke

1. Borussia M'gladbach 7
2. Hannover 7
3. Bayern Munich 6
4. FC Schalke 6
5. Werder Bremen 6
6. Borussia Dortmund 6
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Injured Olic out for six to eight weeks

Croatia international Ivica Olic is facing a six to eight-week lay-off after an injury sustained in Bayerns 5-0 home win over Hamburg proved more serious than initially thought. After examining the player on Sunday, FCB chief medical officer Dr. Hans-Wilhelm Mller-Wohlfahrt revised an initial diagnosis of pelvic bruising, indicating that the player had in fact suffered a partial rupture of a tendon in the hip area.

Olic sustained the injury in the act of scoring Bayerns fifth goal, as he lunged to direct Holger Badstubers header over the line and collided heavily with HSV centre-back Jeffrey Bruma. The latest setback comes as a severe blow to the much-liked 31-year-old, as he had only just returned from a long spell on the sidelines after surgery to repair meniscus and cartilage damage to his left knee. For Ivica, a second-half sub on Saturday, the game against his former HSV team-mates was only his second competitive appearance for Bayern following a nine-month lay-off.

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Default Bundesliga: Matchday 4

Hoffenheim 1-2 Werder Bremen
Kaiserslautern 0-3 Bayern Munich
Bayer Leverkusen 0-0 Borussia Dortmund
Schalke 1-0 Monchengladbach


1. Bayern Munich 9
2. Schalke 9
3. Werder Bremen 9
4. Hannover 8
5. Bor. M'gladbach 7
6. Borussia Dortmund 7
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Shocking stat:

All the Bundesliga together spent 137.1M euros when it comes to transfer fees, Juve and Roma alone spent 163.5M euros!
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Bundesliga say no to majority shareholders by maintaining 50+1 ruling

The Bundesliga will retain its "50+1" rule, preventing private ownership of a majority share of any club. The Standing Court of Arbitration has ruled that the regulation, which is meant to ward off sudden funding surges as have taken place at Chelsea and Manchester City, will continue to be implemented.

The rule had previously contained an exception, that any private contributor or company with activity in a club for 20 years or more as of January 1, 1999, could own a majority share. That cut-off date has now been eliminated, opening the door to wealthy private investors in the long-term future.

"The verdict is in overall terms a success for the clubs and corporations of the League association. The bottom line is: the 50+1 rule is retained in principle," DFL (German Football League) President Dr. Reinhard Rauball said according to Financial Times Deutschland.

"In professional German football, investors will continue only in exceptional and limited cases to have a majority stake in a club. We need not fear the Spanish, Italian or English rules."

Furthermore, Rauball added that the regulation would help distinguish German clubs from their foreign counterparts, and in a positive way.

"The Bundesliga thus retains its distinctive character and can continue to focus on the factors that have in recent decades contributed greatly to its success: stability, continuity, priority of competition and worldliness."

Currently, only Bayer Leverkusen (owned primarily by pharmaceutical company Bayer AG), and Wolfsburg (owned primarily by Volkswagen) are the only Bundesliga clubs of which a majority stake is controlled by a private enterprise. However, the lifting of the cut-off date means that in the long-term future, this could change.

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Default Bundesliga Matchday 5

Augsburg 1-4 Bayer Leverkusen
Borussia Dortmund 1-2 Hertha Berlin
Bayern Munich 7-0 SC Freiburg
Werder Bremen 2-0 Hamburg
Wolfsburg 2-1 Schalke

Standings:
1. Bayern Munich 12
2. Werder Bremen 12
3. Bor. M'gladbach 10
4. Bayer Lerverkusen 10
5. 1899 Hoffenheim 9
6. Schalke 9

Top Scorers:
1. Mario Gomez 8
2. Papiss Cisse 4
3. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar 4
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Bayern Munich 3-0 Bayer Leverkusen
Bayern have won all their last 9 games without conceding a single goal...
Bayern is on fire !!!!!!!!! Bring on Man Shitty
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Round 8
1899 Hoffenheim Vs Bayern Munich
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Standings:
1.Bayern Munchin: 18 pts
2.Borussia Monchengladbach: 16 pts
3.Werder Bremen: 13 pts
4.1899 Hoffenheim: 12 pts
5.Shalke 04: 12 pts
6.Hannover 96: 12 pts
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