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Lahm gets penalty for unauthorised interview and critics

MrRossi2010-05-09 21:33:26 +0000 #1
Article on earthtimes: www.earthtimes.org/a...d-toni--summary.html

He gets a lot of positive feedback for the reasons he has pointed out. But most people critisize the way he did it.
TM87_Maniac2010-05-09 21:35:35 +0000 #2
Lahm is a legend

I agree Bayern has some gay players now *cough* Luca Toni *cough*, I miss the old days thats when Bayern was my favorite team in the world
BavarianRed2010-05-09 21:39:14 +0000 #3
dam right, Lahm a fukin legend man, a true bavarian boy, I remember when he had offers from other top teams, he said, For bayern Ill give everything

more news regarding his fine...

Differences settled

Constructive talks between club and Lahm

On Monday 9 November 2009, the board of directors, the director of sport and Philipp Lahm met for talks at the FC Bayern Munich headquarters and training facility. The subject of the meeting was an interview given by Philipp Lahm and published on Saturday 7 November 2009.



In an extremely open, detailed and constructive exchange, Germany international Lahm apologised for his course of action and the tone of his statements. Philipp has accepted that it would have been better to express his opinion directly to the board.

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Uli Hoeneß, Karl Hopfner and Christian Nerlinger encouraged and also called upon him to discuss his opinions directly with appropriate officials at the club in the future.

Philipp Lahm has accepted the disciplinary fine determined and levied by the board.

Both parties thus now consider the matter closed.

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I dont blame lahm for speaking the truth about the team, yes he did say some really nasty things about his team mates but things like this always happen. But, anyways this case is closed since Lahm excepted the fine and will be back with the team for their next training
TM87_Maniac2010-05-09 22:44:26 +0000 #4
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dam right, Lahm a fukin legend man, a true bavarian boy, I remember when he had offers from other top teams, he said, For bayern Ill give everything

Thats why he is one of my fav players

He's like the Puyol of Bayern. Only thing that is weird is Lahm isn't captain of Bayern
Cipher Complex2010-05-09 23:10:02 +0000 #5
^^^ The title of the thread should give you a clue on why that is.
TM87_Maniac2010-05-09 21:53:32 +0000 #6
A captain isn't afraid to speak his mind for the goodwill of his team
BavarianRed2010-05-09 21:54:53 +0000 #7
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Originally Posted by Manijak_Dino

Thats why he is one of my fav players

He's like the Puyol of Bayern. Only thing that is weird is Lahm isn't captain of Bayern

He definitely deserves the captains armband, he doesn't care what team he faces, he always give 100 percent every game, I remember when Germany face Portugal in euro 2008, Lahm gave an interview on how Ronaldo is a mouse who runs around the field

It's true though, Lahm owned him that game, he didnt let him breath his loungs, such a great defender who so dam underrated because hes so small but yet he can step up big in crucial games, just like he did against Turkey Seriously though, Van Bommel doesn't deserve the captains armband, hes been pretty dam bad this whole season despite his injury, Lahm is the motivator for Bayern he makes them everyone play better around him, thats what a true leader does. If Ballack was still at Bayern he would definitely be my other choice for captain no doubt about it along with lahm.

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