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post #9131 of 9149 (permalink) Old 05-27-2013, 09:52 AM
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Subotic carried him throughout the whole final. In fact, the best things Hummels did were offensively. He had some great runs through the middle.

He makes too many mistakes to be called a world class centre back. Thankfully, he is only 24 and that is still very young for a centre back. There's a lot of time to improve and iron out those flaws and he can achieve that.
100% agreed.

I'd actually take Suobtic over him, he's much more consistent defender. Hummels has had a pretty poor season and was even worse in the Euros. When he's good, like he was in Madrid, he's like a man possessed, but those displays are not as common as some people make out.

He's still be a class signing for someone like Barca, where his limitations defensively wouldn't be as exposed and he would fit perfectly with their style.


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How many Dortmund matches have you watched this past season?
Enough to form that opinion. Sorry I have criticized another German player, HoL. They are all awesome and are the bestest of the bestest. Hummels is the greatest centre back to play the game. Gomez make Gerd Muller look like piss.
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hummels is pretty exceptional in the national team though

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To be fair I can't think of a CB right now who's consistently reliable not to make mistakes. I mean I don't watch enough PSG/Milan to really comment on Silva but I've seen him have some awful matches and he's considered the best probably.

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hummels is pretty exceptional in the national team though

covered for boateng and badstuber endlessly
I haven't seen anything of Germany since the Italy game, so I can't comment. I just remember that game and Cassano getting past Hummels easily.

He's a good player, but he is not world class like some would have you believe. But he can be in a few years time.
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Enough to form that opinion. Sorry I have criticized another German player, HoL. They are all awesome and are the bestest of the bestest. Hummels is the greatest centre back to play the game. Gomez make Gerd Muller look like piss.
But Gerd Muller is German too.

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I don't know what world class means but he's one of the best CBs in the Bundesliga.

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Robben has to be the most maddening player in the world right now. He's so talented but so often makes the wrong decision when bearing down on goal. The amount of times he could have squared it for an easy tap-in, the game could have/should have been about 3/4-1 to Bayern.

What makes it even more maddening, he could have passed it off to Muller as least twice and I had 1 on him to score, missed out on 8 (along with his shot being cleared off the line by Subotic) and to top it off I had 1 on Lewandowski too and not only did he shy away from a penalty but he had one ruled out as well.

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Robben has to be the most maddening player in the world right now. He's so talented but so often makes the wrong decision when bearing down on goal. The amount of times he could have squared it for an easy tap-in, the game could have/should have been about 3/4-1 to Bayern.

What makes it even more maddening, he could have passed it off to Muller as least twice and I had 1 on him to score, missed out on 8 (along with his shot being cleared off the line by Subotic) and to top it off I had 1 on Lewandowski too and not only did he shy away from a penalty but he had one ruled out as well.

Screw you Germany, screw you Champions League!
Oh no, the horror!

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