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welcome to the bonus league. match day twenty one was brought to a close by two teams and relegation six pointer stick around to see how bad it doesn't but that's not all we have. bettered raymond celebrated their one hundred twentieth anniversary this week by beating in the german cop who they think is leading cup double against. and by that point this nigga stand is there's been a huge influx of british players over the last eighteen months it's all about the bundesliga scouting practices and if they're affecting homegrown talent. i make mechanic line of welcome to the show we have plenty to talk about and to help me do just that i have two experts joining me in the studio to my left the man is making his debut in the bundesliga to day welcome to the bill to get more votes thank you is a film festival and the premier league in germany as well doing some commentaries and scouting now the question i really want to know from you is how difficult is it
for a young teenager back then to go to a foreign country and and start effable korea. very difficult because it was a great opportunity for me to to progress both my football career but also to. sort of give me an opportunity to get to know a different cultural learn another language and from that perspective it was great but it was also challenging you know getting to know the languages and and fitting in in a new place i didn't have a football career the present to my right also didn't have a football career but the age of twenty four it could still happen it could still happen we've got. more it sticks around to see me have a kick about lead and i'll be all smiles news on welcome to the show. let's cover it in braman veta celebrated their one hundred twentieth anniversary this week by pushing dortmund all the way in the cup. again from history all after x.
a time the green and whites were hell bent on winning and prevailed on penalties as if they could carry that formidable form and that match on sunday against. the good fight and serve back in bremen and visiting were given no rest but straight from the whistle. put the hosts ahead after just eight minutes with this piece of individual brilliance. hausberg struggled to deal with brennan's ruthless intensity you had a second time smashed home the second a perfect hit to leave keeper grego could pull stranded. just a minutes later braman strained forward again. fox three stocks fed and cold home i. starting striken braman with three no luck heading into half time. after the break braman took their foot off the gas but still remained dominant
substitute kevin moved out rounding off the four nil victory in the eighty third minute. happy days for vertebrae men as they celebrated their anniversary wake in style. was. sunday's other mass or doesn't take on a battle of two sides or fighting relegation at half time it was already one nil to dust of the earth and within four minutes of the restart oliver think made it to nail the great way for him to open his account in the league this season. shot. and then later in the match the needs of a man sealed for three point three nil for this loath as their fifth win in seven games not bad for a team were supposed to be relegated just. to the relegation let's have a look at the table and see how those results affect the table don't have they lose their cool. at the top stands of five points by and the only side of the top five
to win at the weekend they have concerns when a friday sees them in the european places and despite burma's emphatic win still in the bottom half dozen both twelfth that best position this season has minimal change at the bottom as got. and however will switch places now it's time to bring my guest into the conversation as we've just seen don't drop points and suddenly the bavarians back marts don't have a very young and exciting team but by and have experience have they stiff blood in the chase back on. yes i think that chases them but there's no reason for me to believe that dortmund cannot be champions at the end of the season ok and tom my guess last week they said that bill but i'm going to win the title are you just as confident well i mean it's becomes very slightly more difficult to be quite so confident because they haven't won now and in three games. but the upcoming
fixtures nuremberg out and still got it going three of the next four games in the bundesliga back could be you know there's a be able to parents they could be picking up some steam again i agree with morris i think. when we used to be champions at the end of the season you know they've earned themselves this question they can afford for it to become a little bit and the big question is also whether one will buy in can you know stay on top of dortmund and you know chase them to get to the season i think that she's been have also got a slip up in the ring there i wouldn't be quite so sure that they'll be very you know consistent. i think it's going to be going to don't understand the season so this was match day twenty one of the thirty that match days to go so there could be a slip up here or there of course we do have another topic for you though and before we do that let's get started by having a quick look at north c.v. . more votes were six years old when he started playing football in a team by the town of the century he was one of the biggest talents in germany more
than enough reason for austin old to pluck the then sixteen year old from shall because you see cademy but it was fun i'm where votes really made his name in england appearing in more than one hundred twenty premier league matches. though he never broke into the senior national team getting close in two thousand and four he was an ever present for germany's under twenty one's. today vote scouts in germany and austria fossil. so there you have it nor is it a lot of scars work here in germany and the bundesliga has quite a few young players from the english premier league. that is. for the various reasons for it. at the moment there's a generation of highly talented players in england that's one point. especially of the kind that we currently lek in german youth football and difference makers attacking players flair players we see the effect that jade and son show and rhys
nelson just a name to have had this season. then with that comes the good experience of dalton and hoffenheim with the name too that will obviously made it make it an attraction to other clubs to follow the same route we know how easily a trend is established in football in general so we'll see that and then also i think a part of it is. the systematic approach of english clubs such as chelsea such as manchester city having a loan system in place where they try to acquire talent very early and then use clubs and various leaks to to give them the sort of final polishing touch. this is this is going to have been happening for a couple of years now how long do you think this trend will actually last well i think you know we're actually really still at the start of something i see no
reason why you know this would this kind of model should should. you know stop kind of growing at the moment like morris has said it continues to be basically in the interest of all parties for the players for sanchez you know he comes to play football in germany plays in front of brilliant you know fans on a fantastic stage he's put himself in the shop window for a lot of other clubs around the world he's got he's got a great experience that you wouldn't have had if you to be if you just stayed at manchester city for the bundesliga clubs this of course it was so brilliant to have you know these young talented players coming in playing for a couple of years look how much sanchez has you know boosted bruce you don't win this year and then for the premier league clubs like you said. it works very well for them to let their players get you know i've got a first team big stage experience around the world particularly here in germany so yeah my only potential concern is that it's kind of exposing the gulf between
the blues league and the premier league at the moment and it is difficult and i think becoming increasingly so for german clubs to compete on the european level. and we all know that you know these loans both come to an end and even sanchez used on a permanent contract it will be very surprising i think to everybody if he spent his entire career. i think he's always going to have one i'm going back to the premier league. so that's potentially useful work martz first of all do you would you agree with that that is a problem for the state that they all these days are coming in and if that does happen to change what trend do you think could come next. i think whether it's a problem depends on how long the trend continues i agree with that. i think as a short term fix for maybe you know a shortage of that type of player. it's something that you can always consider ways think scouting should have of like an open approach to various ideas i think then you have to see the difference of such a deal which is
a permanent deal so. brizard old one can be a big benefactor of progressing central korea. adverse to recent elson who was alone player and you know we don't know how long he's going to be here in the bonus league and what happens after. but yes in general i think the situation points to a few shortages and issues that bonus league and german football in general need to address another question of the merits. you know the city saying that they're moving abroad to get a game especially the loan players how long until that british influx of these young players coming in actually effects the hunger players the german players i think the homegrown players affected immediately because it's increased competition now when i was at the age of sort of a breakthrough age of seventeen eighteen there was four years a problem in germany for young players too to come through and see the difference
from under twenty one international teams nowadays they're all stablished regular players in the honestly a teams back then it was a rarity. so you have that but. yeah i think it's already a problem and it's something that those players have to have to deal with some very briefly is this a model that can work just as well for the clubs having taken some shows in their club there would be judging centers of course that the pin up boy for this kind of model isn't he had for this story because he's just had such a brilliant impact bruce you don't mind because of the story of you know in basically saying to prep while you're at manchester city i want to play in if i don't get to play i'm going to go i mean. for incredible thing to say to a coach not that it can work well for other clubs but. i'm sure it's just was a fantastic player and no everybody who stands a premier league player is going to get one as various him but we'll see how this whole thing develops that's all from us this week i'd like to thank my guests as
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