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Happy Holidays From BundesligaTalk

It’s that time of year again! With the football going on break, and exams coming to an end, I’ve decided to wade out into warmer climates for a few weeks, just to catch my breath again. Unfortunately, the laptop isn’t coming with, so I’ll have to catch up with you all in early January.

Happy holidays to all the BundesligaTalk readers out there, you’ve made this site a joy to be a part of. See you all in 2011!

Just in case any of you are Bundesliga starved and worried about your sanity without any well-informed, opinionated articles to read everyday, you can reach me at, but only for emergencies!

Cheers guys, happy New Year!

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  1. Diriye

    January 13, 2011 at 2:05 am

    Happy holiday everyone except Bayern fans for stealing our bundesliga talents and destroying clubs along the way. They are like Manchester City of Germany. I am really looking forward to 1/4 final clash between Madrid/Barca vs Bayern to get some justice.

    On the transfer news

    I really happy for Karim Belarabi for moving to Leverkusen. This kid is hugely talented and I have no doubt he will make it in Brazil . He would become one of the best strikers in Germany. He reminds me the Colombian Fuastino Asparila.

    Hats off to Leverkusen.

  2. David H

    January 7, 2011 at 4:49 pm

    Sorry for the late comment — I’ve really enjoyed this blog, and am grateful for a chance to discuss the Bundesliga in English, (since I can’t really carry a conversation in German!) Hope your holidays went well!

  3. vermaelen5

    December 27, 2010 at 8:39 am

    Merry Christmas everyone.

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