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iHEARTfootball 12 months ago
Manchester United 35 773

A very poor reflection on Germany as a country. The World is going to see them in a different light from here on out.

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Emobot7 12 months ago
399 9807

@iHEART Agreed, brought to light thing that don't belong in sport or politic of any country. Hope this will help people change their mind about these kind of things. :(

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SunFlash 12 months ago
Manchester United, USA 16 3016

A very poor reflection on Germany as a country. The World is going to see them in a different light from here on out.

He had good things to say about Steinmeier at least. Hopefully the German FA will do a self-examination of themselves after this, Ozil made it clear that his main issue was with them, not Germans as a whole.

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quikzyyy 12 months ago
Arsenal 407 7700

Fully understands and respects his decision.

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the_bald_genius 12 months ago
10 1579

Lesson: arsenal fans is far more patient than german fans. But what if a german is an arsenal fan?

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quikzyyy 12 months ago
Arsenal 407 7700

no one from arsenal fans is making racism comments about him tho..

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quikzyyy 12 months ago Edited
Arsenal 407 7700

Boateng is a shell of his former self.
Werner couldn't find an inch of space so it made his pace completely useless and he was subsequently terrible.
Kroos made more crucial mistakes in 3 matches than I've seen him make in his entire career.
Khedira made half as many tackles as Edinson Cavani.
Muller was so invisible I didn't even know he was playing.

5.5 - Ozil created more chances per 90 minutes than any other player at the 2018 World Cup (minimum 90 minutes played). Yet Ozil is the scapegoat

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Boateng is a shell of his former self.
Werner couldn't find an inch of space so it made his pace completely useless and he was subsequently terrible.
Kroos made more crucial mistakes in 3 matches than I've seen him make in his entire career.
Khedira made half as many tackles as Edinson Cavani.
Muller was so invisible I didn't even know he was playing.

yet Ozil is the scapegoat.

the_bald_genius 12 months ago
10 1579

@quikzyyy so true, that's why arsenal fans are the most patient fans in the world. one bad world cup, all racists comments from
the germans. I am just wondering what if someone is a german and an arsenal fan at the same time lol.

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_Pelle_ 12 months ago
83 5546

You can't defend Ozils performance with stats because he was bad, period. However to make him responsible for Germanys poor world cup is unfair. No one was good... Germany is always praised for being like a well oiled machine and their teamspirit has always been top notch. But maybe that is an illusion because we basically almost only see them win, and when you win it's not that hard to keep smilng. Now that they made a historically bad world cup... it seems as if only a few players are being thrown to the wolves. And that is anything but good teamspirit. Where is "we win together and lose together"?!

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tuan_jinn 12 months ago Edited
Manchester United, Netherlands 185 6466

Bayern's chief statement stated:

Ozil has been sh@t for years

reflects lot of people on him and I do think it's very injustice. Although it's undeniable that he hasn't been delivered or made enough impact, but so did the rest.

Im disappointed with the way Germany FA and everyone involve hasn't come out protecting their players yet. Ozil became a scapegoat for one of the most disappointing team (consider their stars who are all under performed).

Regarding the racism part, if this is any true... It is disgusting. But i will wait to see the full story...

It's pretty sad.

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Bayern's chief statement stated:

Ozil has been sh@t for years

reflects lot of people on him and I do think it's very injustice. Although it's undeniable that he hasn't been delivered.

Im disappointed with the way Germany FA and everyone involve hasn't come out protecting their players yet. Ozil became a scapegoat for one of the most disappointing team (consider their stars who are all under performed).

It's pretty sad.

Bayern's chief statement stated:

Ozil has been sh@t for years

reflects lot of people on him and I do think it's very injustice. Although it's undeniable that he hasn't been delivered or made enough impact, but so did the rest.

Im disappointed with the way Germany FA and everyone involve hasn't come out protecting their players yet. Ozil became a scapegoat for one of the most disappointing team (consider their stars who are all under performed).

It's pretty sad.

Croatian 12 months ago
Bayern Munich, Croatia 23 1323

No suprise Ozil took hits at Grindel, he is fucking racist. So glad to see Ozil took his opinion, you can actually see how angry he is and if this didn't happen, I'm sure Ozil would defend German jersey if this whole thing didn't happen.

Ozil was best German player, only one who seemed to work atleast a bit in Low's ineffective system, also a sign things have to change. Idea to play Muller on the wing is absurd, and again, seems like both Bayern and Germany work better with traditional striker. Shame for Werner, I genuinely saw potential in him, seemed like he will have big tournament. Maybe system change will do it, but I don't know yet.

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quikzyyy 12 months ago
Arsenal 407 7700

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness, should just shut the fuck up and pay his taxes or go back to jail.

evading 28.5 million euros in taxes

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Emobot7 12 months ago
399 9807

@baldgenius Technically speaking, if you support both Germany and Arsenal, its propably because your an Ozil supporter in the first place, doubt you would be racist. Beside, club football supporter should be the last to be racist as most of those supporter best player aren't from the same country they are from.

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_Pelle_ 12 months ago
83 5546

Btw Arsenal fans are not more (nor less) patient than the average fan of any other big team. :D

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Emobot7 12 months ago
399 9807

@Pelle True that, at the very least, saying their loyal to their team even if thing doesn't go their way would be more fair.

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Greatone 12 months ago
Arsenal, Australia 12 377

This whole thing stinks, ozil shouldve had the foresight to choose not to meet someone who is clearly a nearly dictator and causing suffering, and the german federation needs to control their disgusting mouths. how can you publicly attack your own player like that? hes still represented their country for a very long time and germany has been thankful for it. now the federation is being very unclassy and trying to disregard the failings of the team as a whole (so that way it reflects better on themselves) by putting all the blame on ozil.. fucking assholes..

put yourself in ozil's shoes, to have represented a country for a long time successfully and get treated like dogshit..

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Croatian 12 months ago
Bayern Munich, Croatia 23 1323

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness, should just shut the fuck up and pay his taxes or go back to jail.

Oh god please. He's the biggest embarrasement to this club.

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Emobot7 12 months ago Edited
399 9807

@Croatian Yeah, can't believe that guy still is Bayern Munich president after some of his statement. Total lack of class. :(

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@Croatian Yeah, can't believe that guy still is Bayern Munich president. :(

Marcus2011 12 months ago
Chelsea FC, England 271 6076

Footballers are not politicians and who they choose to meet or see shouldn't be anyone's business but theirs. DFB and their officials hypocrites. Shaking hands with Russian "dictator" and then have a nerve to point a finger at Mesut shaking hands with Turkish "dictator". Politics and sport has always been mixed to stir agenda but never before have I seen one player being singled out so heavily.

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Golazo111 12 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 70 2607

It's not like Germany will miss him let's be honest.
Now for what he does in his off the pitch time shouldn't be a big deal, if you see his name Mesut and last name Özil it's pretty clear that he has some (obviously more than just some) turkish heritage, that was always known but in recent years Europe has become more racist and right-wing oriented so the reaction of the people could have been predicted, he could have known what backlash he would get but obviously he doesn't care.

The numbers of Polish and Turkish immigrants in Germany is pretty decent and that was reflected in their national team from Podolski to Özil and others...

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