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👤 Robin Koch (23)
🇩🇪 Deutscher Nationalspieler
⭐️ Spielstarker IV/DM
💰 14,5 Mio € Marktwert
❓ Einer für die Verteidigung des BVB?

#BVB #Koch #SCF
Robin Koch steht momentan beim SC Freiburg nur noch bis 2021 unter Vertrag. Der 23-Jährige debütierte schon in der N11 und ist heiß umworben. Lt. Medien lehnte der SCF schon Angebote in Höhe von 20 Mio € in den letzen Sommerperioden von Benfica & Sevilla ab.
Im Winter wäre er dann am Deadline-Day fast zu RB gewechselt. Das Interesse dieser Clubs kommt nicht von irgendwo: Koch ist sehr solider Verteidiger mit einem breitem Skillset und ist dennoch verhältnismäßig günstig, da er nicht auf dem Radar absoluter Top-Clubs ist.
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Let's take a detailed, comprehensive look at under-24 strikers from the top 5 leagues. This study considers both conventional centre forwards as well as players who switch between the wings and the central "9" role.

Data thanks to the brilliant @fbref as always! (THREAD) Image
Output is fundamental for any young striker and the sustainability of a striker's output can be measured in xG and xA. The graph shows us that Haaland and Gabriel Jesus have superb movement while Werner is a considerable all-round threat. #BVB #MCFC #RBL Image
Does your favourite young striker like getting on the ball, and if so, where does he get the ball? Werner loves being involved in general play while strikers like Tammy and Lautaro prefer taking few touches, with most of them being in the box. #RBL #CFC #Inter Image
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Borussia Dortmund 2018/19 accounts cover their first season with Lucien Favre as manager when they finished second behind Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga and reached the Champions League last 16. Some thoughts in the following thread #BVB
#BVB profit before tax decreased €13m from €35m to €22m (profit after tax €17m), despite revenue rising €60m (19%) from €317m to €377m, as profit on player sales fell €49m from €126m to €77m and total expenses were up €26m, but net interest payable was €3m lower.
All #BVB revenue streams increased, though the largest growth by far was in broadcasting, up €45m (37%) to €167m. In addition, commercial rose €9m (6%) to €157m, match operations €2m (6%) to €45m and other operating income €4m to €8m.
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#LFC manager Jürgen Klopp is Germany's coach of the year and after spoke to the German magazine kicker about the goals this season.
"We are not the top favourite in the #ChampionsLeague. #ManCity are once again a favourite. They are very good. In the Premier League City are above everyone, they have a top combination with their coach and their squad," Klopp said.
Klopp likes to call his players mentality monsters but believes that van Dijk, in particular, still has room to grow. "He is world class but setbacks influence his game to much. Others handle that better like Alexander-Arnold and Robertson. They play their game no matter what.
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Selbstverständlich finden alle Spiele Sonnabends um 15:30 statt, und alle Clubs bekommen die gleichen Fernsehgelder. #TraumBundesliga
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Bayern Munich 2017/18 accounts cover a season when they won the Bundesliga (for the sixth season in a row) and reached the Champions League semi-finals before being eliminated by eventual winners Real Madrid. Some thoughts in the following thread #FCBayern
#FCBayern profit before tax fell from €66m to €46m (profit after tax €29m). Revenue (per Bayern’s definition) rose €17m (3%) to a record high of €657m including €28m profit on player sales, mainly Douglas Costa to Juventus. The board described the figures as “outstanding”.
Excluding player sales, #FCBayern revenue rose €41m (7%) from €588m to €629m, mainly due to broadcasting, up €30m (20%) to €177m, though other streams also grew: match day increased €6m (6%) to €104m, while commercial was up €5m (2%) to €349m.
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Borussia Dortmund 2017/18 accounts cover a season when they finished fourth in the Bundesliga and were eliminated from the Champions League in the group stage before dropping down to the Europa League where they were reached the last 16. Some thoughts in the following thread #BVB
#BVB profit before tax increased from €9m to €32m (profit after tax €28m). Revenue (Dortmund’s definition) rose €130m to record high of €536m including €223m player sales. Profit from this activity was up €69m to €115m, mainly Dembelé to Barcelona & Aubameyang to Arsenal
Excluding player sales, #BVB revenue fell €16m (5%) from €333m to €317m with all streams down: commercial €10m (6%) to €149m, broadcasting €4m (3%) to €122m, match operations €2m (4%) to €42m and other operating income €0.4m (8%) to €4m.
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Bayern Munich recently published their 2016/17 financial results. Some thoughts follow #FCBayern
#FCBayern profit before tax increased by 23% (€12m) from €54m to a record €66m (profit after tax up from €33m to €39m). Revenue including player sales (Bayern’s definition) also rose €14m to reach a record high of €641m.
#FCBayern profit increase largely due to player sales, up €18m to €53m (Götze and Rode to Dortmund, Hojbjerg to Southampton), while player amortisation also fell €8m.
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