The Real Champions
- They don’t rely on referees to help them win big games: Hummels was not offside (he was on the line with the last FCB defender while the ball was previously deflected by another FCB defender to him); the 65th minute was a clear cut penalty kick situation for Piszczek; Martinez should have been sent off from the first half of the game; Lahm should have also received a yellow card in the first minutes of game and Kroos, as the game progressed, a second one; the second goal started from an unrewarded fault position for BVB, etc.
- They breed competitive teams from within and don’t buy players from footballer shops just to destroy the opposition (in mid-season like in the case of Gotze; Lewandowski, I agree, is a different story). Anyway, congratulations for that RB debutant, Hojbjerg; he played really well.
- They don’t count on Adidas et alia shareholders to smooth their grip on trophies while such companies are in obvious conflict of interests with Bundesliga, UEFA, FIFA.
- They don’t lose 0-4 at home to the true and Real champions and claim that they have a brilliant red machine / perfect season…
- They have Real fans and not a Library-like auditorium… especially when games don’t play your way…
- They don’t imitate style of play or initials belonging to others: FCB is only one and is not you. Sorry!
- They don’t pretend to be fair competitors and role models when their club president is been jailed for fraud.
See you in the Champions next year!