Not-The-Jamal-Musiala-Thread

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Seems both Flick with the NT and Nagelsmann at Bayern are pretty keen on letting him play. And he delivers, very promising stuff at the moment.
 

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Really good first touch and goal. Had an assist as well.
Gnabry left injured and Coman is (to the absolute shock of no one) currently out as well. It seems Musiala will get some serious minutes.
 

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I think he was our best player yesterday night. If he can continue at even half of this level, he'll be a beast this season.
 

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I think there is a good chance he becomes a starter for Bayern this season which would be an incredible achievement regarding his age and competition.
I've only seen bits-and-pieces of him, but he really looks a special talent.
 

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Foden, Musiala, Sancho, Bellingham.

Those 4 will be the future of the English national team

Its coming home
 

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One of them doesn’t play for England
Yeah but he only really broke through this season. Southgate will be picking him soon enough with these kind of performances

I think he's the best of the bunch
 

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Yeah but he only really broke through this season. Southgate will be picking him soon enough with these kind of performances

I think he's the best of the bunch
You're joking right?
He's played for the German national team so ineligible for the English one.
white text in case you were being sarcastic.
 

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I like him, but I don't think he'll reach the world class level. I rate Wirtz higher.
Different players in different systems. Musiala for sure is the better dribbler - but Wirtz has a real great eye for such a young player. What I like with Musiala is that (because of the environment and his character) he knows that he can still learn a lot and seems to be open for any tip and talk he gets from the older ones. And you see that in the next matches!
 

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How did england let him slip through? Played for the youth team at all levels
 

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How did england let him slip through? Played for the youth team at all levels
He was born in Germany, also played for a German youth team and probably had the German internationals at Bayern talking to him 24/7.
I would swap nationalities as well if that‘d stop Radio Müller from constantly being in my ear. :lol:
 

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How did england let him slip through? Played for the youth team at all levels
He probably looked at the results both teams had ice the last 40 years and then decided he got better chances to win a big trophy playing for Germany. England are somehow the Tottenham of international football. :devil:

Also his mother is German and he was born in Germany.