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SuperJürgen return home

Started on 18 July 2014 by Corin
Latest Reply on 3 August 2014 by Corin
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Few minutes ago , Jürgen Klinsmann announced that he decide to resign from USA national team due to last result at World Cup 2014 in Brazil.
Accordin to sources , the german coach will return to his native country to coach an important club in Bundesliga
We'll see what happens tomorrow

Jurgen Klinsmann joins FC KOLN !

'I am looking forward to my new job at FC', says Jurgen. 'I have had really good talks with the club officials and I am very positive that we are going to lead 1. FC Cologne into a successful future.'

President Werner Spinner equally appreciates Klinsamnn's arrival: 'After a promotion campaign and a hard but finally successful transition season, 1. FC Cologne has eventually been revitalised in every field. Jurgen Klinsmann was the last piece in the puzzle . We are really looking forward to his start. We are well set-up for the future.'
Good luck!
Tnx mate !
Good luck!
Nice story, good luck man !
@bebero:thanks man ,( suntem cativa romani pe fm scout )
Nice stuff... you've put a lot of work in with the graphics in parts so far :) Some headings would help with making it easy to the eye, your decision :)

”What appeared in the press and on the official website of FC Cologne are lies”

Jurgen Klinsmann has called a press conference to confess dissatisfaction with FC Cologne
In the morning FC Koln website said that the new coach is Jurgen Klinsmann, now it looks like things are not like few hours ago.
JK : ” I am unhappy , they took advantage of my kindness and think I will fool.I was going to sign another contract, different from the initial one, with a budget transfers much smaller than first discussed”
JK : ” Now ,I negotiate with another team and I hope that will be much better ”
Good luck mate !! This gets interesting
Tnx mate !

Borussia's new coach, Jurgen Klinsmann, led his first training session this morning, keeping the first-team squad busy on the training ground for two hours.

Around 400 fans watched with great interest as Jurgen took his first training session at Gladbach on Tuesday morning. Photographers, TV crews and numerous other members of the press were on hand to see the new Borussia coach in action for the first time.

A warm-up routine was followed by a range of activities with the ball. "As I said yesterday, I need to get to know the players so that's why I'm focusing on working with the ball and various match situations," said Jurgen. After 45 minutes the new boss organised an 11-a -side practice match, changing the formations and line-ups of the two teams as he went along. "I'm trying a number of approaches, though I don't think there are any major differences between a 4-3-2-1, a 4-3-3 or a classic 4-4-2 formation." Jurgen watched the proceedings on the training ground with a keen eye and intervened several times to have a word with his players. "Everybody can make mistakes but I've got to point them out. That's my job," he said. "If I see something and I think it could be done better, then I deal with it straight away."

"Initial impressions very good"

Jurgen ended the first training session on his watch after two hours. "I'm very happy. My initial impressions of the team were very good. The players worked really well. It was a tough session and we'll carry on this afternoon with another two hours of training," he said.

”I hope to make some good transfers”

Borussia Mönchengladbach have signed Marko Marin. The 25-year-old striker joins Borussia on loan from Premier League side Chelsea on a one-year deal to 30 June 2015 with 6 M transfer option.

Marin previously played for Bundesliga clubs Borussia Mönchengladbach and Werder Bremen. He is known for his acceleration, dribbling, agility, creativity, versatility, technical ability and as an assist-maker.
A full German international since 2008, he represented the country at the 2010 World Cup

Remember:In 2005, Marin moved to the Borussia Mönchengladbach youth academy. After a year at Mönchengladbach's academy, he was promoted to the reserve team; he was offered a three-year contract which he signed and later went on to make his professional debut with the club on 31 March 2007 against Eintracht Frankfurt. On 9 August 2008, Marin scored a hat-trick within the first 16 minutes of Mönchengladbach's 8–1 thrashing of seventh division club VfB Fichte Bielefeld in the first round of the DFB-Pokal
Great signing! Marko Marin is a great player for a team like yours!
Tnx mate!
Yes , Marin is a top player !

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