Bundesliga 2020/2021

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Welcome to the Bundesliga 2020/2021!

Teams competing: (promoted, defending champion)

FC Augsburg
Hertha BSC
Union Berlin
Arminia Bielefeld
Werder Bremen
Borussia Dortmund
Eintracht Frankfurt
SC Freiburg
1899 Hoffenheim
1. FC Köln
RB Leipzig
Bayer Leverkusen
Mainz 05
Borussia Mönchengladbach
Bayern Munich
Schalke 04
VfB Stuttgart
VfL Wolfsburg

MD1 scheduled for September 18th

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Will this be the year Schalke finally goes down?
I know you mean it as a joke, but I don't think it's far off. They'll likely place somewhere between 13th and 16th in my opinion.

I do think this year is Going to be a relegation battle between Mainz, Arminia, Stuttgart, and Koln. (Maybe stick Freiburg in there bc of Europe fatiguing them)
 
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I don't think Mckennie is going to stay with Schalke other teams in Germany and England are circling supposedly.

I suppose I'm still a Wolfsburg "fan" when it comes to Germany as I'm still employed by Volkswagen though I do admit I recently (call me a hipster poser) pick up a St Pauli skull and cross bones tshirt.
 

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Really early predictions!

1. Bayern
2. Dortmund
3. Leipzig
4. Gladbach
5. Leverkusen
6. Hoffenheim
7. Hertha
8. Union
9. Bremen
10. Wolfsburg
11. Koln
12. Frankfurt
13. Freiburg
14. Augsburg
15. Bielefeld
16. Schalke
17. Stuttgart
18. Mainz

I know i'm getting like half of the bottom table wrong, but it's super early predictions based on the transfer market. Mainz is yet again confusing the hell out of me with their signings, and Schalke... what is even happening?
 
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Really early predictions!

1. Bayern
2. Dortmund
3. Leipzig
4. Gladbach
5. Leverkusen
6. Hoffenheim
7. Hertha
8. Union
9. Bremen
10. Wolfsburg
11. Koln
12. Frankfurt
13. Freiburg
14. Augsburg
15. Bielefeld
16. Schalke
17. Stuttgart
18. Mainz

I know i'm getting like half of the bottom table wrong, but it's super early predictions based on the transfer market. Mainz is yet again confusing the hell out of me with their signings, and Schalke... what is even happening?
Projected List:
1. Bayern
2. Dortmund
3. Leipzig
4. Gladbach
5. Hertha
6. Hoffenheim
7. Leverkusen
8. Union Berlin
9. Bremen
10. Wolfsburg
11. Frankfurt
12. Köln
13. Freiburg
14. Augsburg
15. Stuttgartt
16. Schalke
17. Mainz
18. Bielefield

Schalke finally fall into the HSV zone of relegation playoff, mostly due to Mckennie's move to Juve. His abilities helped them from becoming a complete clusterfuck, now that he's gone I don't see them having any semblance of a functioning BuLi team. Will be an exciting fight over the 3-4-5 spots for CL/EL qualification. Fight should be between BVB and Bayern for the top, but I don't think BVB has enough to take over Bayern this year. Only thing I see being an issue this year is the schedule disrupting a few teams, due to the closeness between games. Injuries and bench are going to play a huge part in this season, may the best recovered team(s) win!!

Best of luck to BVB this year, Shwafta Shwafta. Except for when they play Bayern, haha.
 
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Projected List:
1. Bayern
2. Dortmund
3. Leipzig
4. Gladbach
5. Hertha
6. Hoffenheim
7. Leverkusen
8. Union Berlin
9. Bremen
10. Wolfsburg
11. Frankfurt
12. Köln
13. Freiburg
14. Augsburg
15. Stuttgartt
16. Schalke
17. Mainz
18. Bielefield

Schalke finally fall into the HSV zone of relegation playoff, mostly due to Mckennie's move to Juve. His abilities helped them from becoming a complete clusterfuck, now that he's gone I don't see them having any semblance of a functioning BuLi team. Will be an exciting fight over the 3-4-5 spots for CL/EL qualification. Fight should be between BVB and Bayern for the top, but I don't think BVB has enough to take over Bayern this year. Only thing I see being an issue this year is the schedule disrupting a few teams, due to the closeness between games. Injuries and bench are going to play a huge part in this season, may the best recovered team(s) win!!

Best of luck to BVB this year, Shwafta Shwafta. Except for when they play Bayern, haha.
Ballsy move putting Hertha in 5th and Leverkusen so low... LOL

Then again, I made my predictions _before_ leverkusen sold havertz so maybe you're right!... I'm also surprised you think Bielefeld is going straight back down, I'm pretty sure they're going to stay in the BL for a few seasons.

The 3-4-5 fight is gonna be really fun this year, I think a lot of teams have strengthened in a way that they haven't in previous seasons - might even see teams we haven't seen get that high up before!

Schalke no hope, let's be honest lol.

Excited for today's game and seeing Schalke trashed!
 
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They are so amazing, both of them have the ability of controlling, passing, moving and scoring, the two attackers have great chemistry, when they cooperation with each other, the goal is coming.
Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski.jpg
 
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Angeliño is starting at left wing for Dortmund. He got the first goal, and could have gotten a second but for a great save. He also nearly assisted on another play where the goalie made a save.

Still first half.
 

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Projected List:
1. Bayern
2. Dortmund
3. Leipzig
4. Gladbach
5. Hertha
6. Hoffenheim
7. Leverkusen
8. Union Berlin
9. Bremen
10. Wolfsburg
11. Frankfurt
12. Köln
13. Freiburg
14. Augsburg
15. Stuttgartt
16. Schalke
17. Mainz
18. Bielefield

Schalke finally fall into the HSV zone of relegation playoff, mostly due to Mckennie's move to Juve. His abilities helped them from becoming a complete clusterfuck, now that he's gone I don't see them having any semblance of a functioning BuLi team. Will be an exciting fight over the 3-4-5 spots for CL/EL qualification. Fight should be between BVB and Bayern for the top, but I don't think BVB has enough to take over Bayern this year. Only thing I see being an issue this year is the schedule disrupting a few teams, due to the closeness between games. Injuries and bench are going to play a huge part in this season, may the best recovered team(s) win!!

Best of luck to BVB this year, Shwafta Shwafta. Except for when they play Bayern, haha.
The bottom half of your table is looking quite accurate right now!
Schalke, Mainz, and Arminia are pretty bad this year and it's going to lead to what I think will be fine margins for relegation between the three of them. Koln might fall into that zone as well but they've been playing way better than those three have.
 
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Poor Schalke. That's a proud club that has really hit the shitter.

One positive note is that they are at least playing the kids. They started a 19-YO American CF yesterday, Matthew Hoppe.
 
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