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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2016 10:49 am 
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Out of curiousity where would you place Gerd Müller? All-time great, or great player for his time etc.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2016 3:11 pm 
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Never saw him play in a real game. But from the video excerpts I have seen of him jumping like a frog after his tap-ins, he probably won't make a first 50 all time.

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kofi86 wrote:
Out of curiousity where would you place Gerd Müller? All-time great, or great player for his time etc.

same place you placed Alex Nyarko

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2016 7:27 pm 
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Muller fits into his time and team and is always well positioned.
Though not always involved in the build-up, but knows how to tuck the ball in.
Great talent that fits into the system of his time.

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joao wrote:
Muller fits into his time and team and is always well positioned.
Though not always involved in the build-up, but knows how to tuck the ball in.
Great talent that fits into the system of his time.


Still to me, one of the greatest strikers. His record speaks for itself. Born to score goals.

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Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Muller fits into his time and team and is always well positioned.
Though not always involved in the build-up, but knows how to tuck the ball in.
Great talent that fits into the system of his time.
Still to me, one of the greatest strikers. His record speaks for itself. Born to score goals.
Just like Inzaghi of Milan/Italy.

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joao wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Muller fits into his time and team and is always well positioned.
Though not always involved in the build-up, but knows how to tuck the ball in.
Great talent that fits into the system of his time.
Still to me, one of the greatest strikers. His record speaks for itself. Born to score goals.
Just like Inzaghi of Milan/Italy.

Far better than Inzaghi. :D :D :D :D

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Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Muller fits into his time and team and is always well positioned.
Though not always involved in the build-up, but knows how to tuck the ball in.
Great talent that fits into the system of his time.
Still to me, one of the greatest strikers. His record speaks for itself. Born to score goals.
Just like Inzaghi of Milan/Italy.
Far better than Inzaghi. :D :D :D :D
Maybe with goals scored, but they do exact same thing. Invisible most of the game, and gbam! scores.
Both know how to position themselves, and rarely miss a chance. Very opportunistic.

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joao wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Muller fits into his time and team and is always well positioned.
Though not always involved in the build-up, but knows how to tuck the ball in.
Great talent that fits into the system of his time.
Still to me, one of the greatest strikers. His record speaks for itself. Born to score goals.
Just like Inzaghi of Milan/Italy.
Far better than Inzaghi. :D :D :D :D
Maybe with goals scored, but they do exact same thing. Invisible most of the game, and gbam! scores.
Both know how to position themselves, and rarely miss a chance. Very opportunistic.


Rarely missing a chance was Gerd Muller. Inzaghi missed a few. You are spot on about them being invisible, then they hurt you and you wonder how come, this guy cannot even play. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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joao wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Muller fits into his time and team and is always well positioned.
Though not always involved in the build-up, but knows how to tuck the ball in.
Great talent that fits into the system of his time.
Still to me, one of the greatest strikers. His record speaks for itself. Born to score goals.
Just like Inzaghi of Milan/Italy.
Far better than Inzaghi. :D :D :D :D
Maybe with goals scored, but they do exact same thing. Invisible most of the game, and gbam! scores.
Both know how to position themselves, and rarely miss a chance. Very opportunistic.



The original miroslav klose :rotf:

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balo wrote:
Never saw him play in a real game. But from the video excerpts I have seen of him jumping like a frog after his tap-ins, he probably won't make a first 50 all time.

So you did not watch the world cup huh?

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balo wrote:
Never saw him play in a real game. But from the video excerpts I have seen of him jumping like a frog after his tap-ins, he probably won't make a first 50 all time.

So you did not watch the world cup huh?



Not the World cup of his time.

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bamenda boy wrote:
balo wrote:
Never saw him play in a real game. But from the video excerpts I have seen of him jumping like a frog after his tap-ins, he probably won't make a first 50 all time.

So you did not watch the world cup huh?


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kofi86 wrote:
Out of curiousity where would you place Gerd Müller? All-time great, or great player for his time etc.

I know nothing about him apart from anecdotes

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tfco wrote:
bamenda boy wrote:
balo wrote:
Never saw him play in a real game. But from the video excerpts I have seen of him jumping like a frog after his tap-ins, he probably won't make a first 50 all time.

So you did not watch the world cup huh?


:rotf: :rotf:

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:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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platinum wrote:
joao wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
joao wrote:
Muller fits into his time and team and is always well positioned.
Though not always involved in the build-up, but knows how to tuck the ball in.
Great talent that fits into the system of his time.
Still to me, one of the greatest strikers. His record speaks for itself. Born to score goals.
Just like Inzaghi of Milan/Italy.
Far better than Inzaghi. :D :D :D :D
Maybe with goals scored, but they do exact same thing. Invisible most of the game, and gbam! scores.
Both know how to position themselves, and rarely miss a chance. Very opportunistic.



The original miroslav klose :rotf:



But Miroslav Klose was one of the most unselfish top strikers I have seen.
During his 3 Bundesliga seasons with Werder Bremen he scored 53 goals and assisted 39.

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The reason I opened this thread is because of Cristiano Ronaldo. Lots of people argue that he scores so many goals and is one of the best players ever, yet Gerd Müller, who is hardly mentioned in such discussions, had an even better scoring record than Ronaldo.

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kofi86 wrote:
The reason I opened this thread is because of Cristiano Ronaldo. Lots of people argue that he scores so many goals and is one of the best players ever, yet Gerd Müller, who is hardly mentioned in such discussions, had an even better scoring record than Ronaldo.



When was the last time Mueller played? If he was active today and as good as he was, we would be spending time discussing him.

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tfco wrote:
bamenda boy wrote:
balo wrote:
Never saw him play in a real game. But from the video excerpts I have seen of him jumping like a frog after his tap-ins, he probably won't make a first 50 all time.

So you did not watch the world cup huh?


:rotf: :rotf:

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:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: i bet you bamidele was thinking of the Bayern Muller..kai

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kofi86 wrote:
The reason I opened this thread is because of Cristiano Ronaldo. Lots of people argue that he scores so many goals and is one of the best players ever, yet Gerd Müller, who is hardly mentioned in such discussions, had an even better scoring record than Ronaldo.

you need help if you are comparing muller to Cron..my goodness

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more for kofi who claims Muller is on par with CRon..nah real wah for some of una for this forum


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