6. Dez. Donis Avdijaj sorgte während seiner Zeit beim SK Sturm auf und neben dem Platz für Aufsehen. Ein skurrilles Video-Interview aus dem Jahr. Avdijaj, Unnerstall, Hofmann – junge, vielversprechende Talente, die nach ihrer Klassiker: Schalkes Donis Avdijaj erobert mit diesem Interview unser Herz. 6. Dez. Das Image des früheren Schalke-Talents Donis Avdijaj wurde durch ein "Geld- Schwimmbad"-Interview entscheidend geprägt. Dabei sollte.
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Then the opposition comes in front of goal once through a corner and they score the 1: So we are scoring against ourselves.
Why are you unable to bring the best out of your creativity at the moment? Do you lack the ease? Nah we dont lack ease. You can see we are dominating the game, we are clearly in a key position.
The opposition is standing behind the middle line. We have to question ourselves and try to find a system that can crack these defense-strongholds.
How far do you request creativity from yourself? Well that we had holes in the end is also a result of the change of mind of the ref for 18 calls.
A red, a penalty, a freekick, no idea what he was calling. I mean we are clearly the better team, we have a lot of class as a team and we cant be satisfied with the 2 points we got so far.
Overall, how has this week been from your point of view? What can you do with that? Well what can you do with that? Obviously we are gathering a lot of experience, and i say that deliberately.
This happened to us in the early minutes against Kasan, it happened to us against Admira and it happened again today by a stupid corner.
He says about himself that he is very direct and he sure is cocky and very self-confident. I believe Schalke loaned him to Graz to get him out of the center of attention for a while.
Before he left for Graz he had a car accident with rumors of it being a street race and decided to play for albania although he had gone through all german youth teams so far with his agent later calling off that decision stating nothing is decided.
I seriously hope he gets his shit together when he comes back to schalke for the next season. Bellamy has has some If it had been someone like Britton or Rangel, it would have got a few people to consider what they were doing.
That Finland one is a classic, and really summed up the national team of the time. The dangers of Reddit on mobile!
Sturm Graz had just lost the derby against GAK 0: But that is no reason to ask a question like that! It looked like that towards the end.
Donis Avdijaj is also known for his very direct sometimes outright insulting and immature post-match interviews. Players like nasri and yaya toure say what they think in interviews and fans just abuse them for it.
Makes you realise why most players stick to the generic soundbites. A little petulant and a prima donna no doubt, but cunt is a bit harsh.
What he said about the African FA was pretty cuntish, especially when there have been so many better players than him from Africa this past year.
Saying that a system has awarded a different player than himself due to corruption is more of direct allegation than an offering of opinion and wildly arrogant beside the point.
Is scoring 29 Bundesliga goals and finishing 7th with Dortmund a better achievement? Probably not but Aubameyang was excellent in and probably deserves to win the award based purely on individual performance on the pitch, while Toure was poor on a number of occasions.
No but that was all last season. A year covers more than one season. Aubameyang has probably been the best player in the whole Bundesliga this season while Toure has been average for his standards.
I understand that and took that in to consideration when writing that post. For instance Aubameyang scored 29 Bundesliga goals in as I mentioned, 18 of which have come in the five months of the league season.
All the stats I mentioned were for the course of the year, not just the tail end of the season. And I also agree with you, in terms of Toure being average.
Except you just think he is because if conditioning from arsenal fans. His behavior with the French national team has been petty and immature on a few occasions.
Maybe Gallas is wrong, but he seems to write the truth. To give this guys post a bit of context, he was defending Yaya in that thread where he lost the African player of the year award and had a pathetic bitch fit over it.
Abuse and slavery have nothing to do with it for fucks sake, people thought his comments were pathetic because they thought Aubameyang was a rightful winner.
Or have I completely missed something? Like every African child, yaya had a very hard upbringing. So did everyone else in the majority of Africa, including the people who voted for this award.
Especially seeing as he captained his team to the most prestigious tournament in Africa earlier this year. And that gives it a stronger sense of continental identity, which is why it stings when a privileged European wins it.
Similarly, are there any players who actually post interesting or funny things to social media rather than "good practice today" or "good win love the fans"?
Christian Fuchs from Leicester has a pretty interesting Twitter. I remember Chadli had an amazing account for like three months, replying to everyone and riling up opposition fans, the whole bit.
Same deal with Alli. Ever since he joined Spurs his account has been totally generic. Chadli really was a maniac on social media. The closest he got since is posting a video of his derby goal last season with shitty techno music.
Cantona interview when asked about the kung fu kick: I dunno, that was word-for-word exactly what was going through my head just before he did that interview.
He was leading them on. Saying the press seagulls only want to talk to him the trawler — a fishing boat that may leave fish in its wake to get some sort of sustenance an explanation, reaction, etc.
Interviewer; "Will you still be at Stuttgart next season? Most of the big names are extremely media trained.
Not to mention the way the media spins your words and harps on them for a week. You could probably get off saying something during a really busy part of the season, but usually there is a week with no football, so the pundits can sit there an analyze everything that is said.
In all honesty, we the fans, are most likely to blame since we will click and talk about anything. Mario Balotelli insulting a pundit The entire interview is in Italian but at the 1: Former Milan player Boban tries to soothe Balo, but he is still pissed.
Most players stick to boring sound bites because they often get slammed by the media or the fans if they go off script.
Check out this Szczesny interview after Roma got hammered by Barca. He was silly to say it, but he was just being honest.
The latter replied harshly to his majesty Arrigo Sacchi saying something like "he speaks too much about me, he did it when I was in Barcelona but if he has something to say about me he should talk to me personally".
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