Sarpreet Singh (FC Bayern Munich | Germany)

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5-2 win for Bayern to maintain 4 pt lead over Dortmund.

Frankfurt came from 3-0 down to close to 3-2 by 55 mins.

Cuisance and Zirkzee both got some minutes off the bench late. Coutinho still out injured

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Be great if he's on the bench for the Tuesday classic

Oi Oi Edgecumbe... lets have a clean sheet

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When does the reserves kick off again?

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RR wrote:

When does the reserves kick off again?

German FA apparently making a decision on Liga 3, Monday

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coochiee wrote:

RR wrote:

When does the reserves kick off again?

German FA apparently making a decision on Liga 3, Monday

Can he switch teams? He would jump his bubble from 1st to 2nd team.

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Be interesting to see if he's added any bulk to his slender frame. He said he was trying to do that during the enforced break. 

And if he has, what will that do to his game? 

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Be great if he's on the bench for the Tuesday classic

Of course the Bundesliga has been in hiatus, but Singh hasn’t actually been in a first team squad now since Dec last year.

Patience required.

Soccerway have Liga 3, as restarting this weekend. BM II travelling to Ingolstadt.

Sounds like Marinovic's old Vancouver team mate, Alphonso Davies is going well.

https://www.mlssoccer.com/post/2020/05/23/alphonso-davies-scores-goal-gets-assist-bayern-munich-bundesliga-action

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'Well' is an understatement - one of the best left backs in the world now! He was dominating the MLS at 15/16 so not surprised

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scribbler wrote:

Be interesting to see if he's added any bulk to his slender frame. He said he was trying to do that during the enforced break. 

And if he has, what will that do to his game? 

It’s real easy to put on weight in Germany. I had three weeks in Berlin, ate lots of local food. Came home the wurst shape in my life!

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this will hopefully be one of the few benefits of lock down. He has always been slight and I suspect in Germany that is not a good thing.

A number of weeks staying at that flash team digs with a gym is not a bad thing for mine

Auckland will rise once more

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No surprises, as not in match day squad as Bayern travel to Dortmund in a big game.

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Bayern win 1-0. Kimmich with the goal.

They open a 7 point gap now over Dortmund, with 6 matches to go.

Hard to see them being pegged from here.

German double is on as well. Bayern host Eintracht Frankfurt in German Cup semi 8th June.

Singh's 'peers' Cuisance and Zirkzee were unused subs.

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Bayern win 1-0. Kimmich with the goal.

They open a 7 point gap now over Dortmund, with 6 matches to go.

Hard to see them being pegged from here.

German double is on as well. Bayern host Eintracht Frankfurt in German Cup semi 8th June.

Singh's 'peers' Cuisance and Zirkzee were unused subs.

I wouldn't call Cuisance a 'peer' of Sarpreet's. He signed a five-year contract straight to the first team and had made 35 Bundesliga appearances for Borussia Mönchengladbach.

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Well I put that comment in speech marks. 

But he played a number of matches earlier this season, alongside Singh in midfield for BM II.

Also similar age at 20. Singh being 21.

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From this week's Flying Kiwis.

"GERMAN BUNDESLIGA & FRAUEN BUNDESLIGA

As the first major league to get back into it after a pando interruption, the Bundesliga’s been enjoying some boosted support from footy fans around the world as it carries the torch. Sarpreet Singh’s Bayern Munich, to use the club’s full Aotearoa translation, have picked up where they left off with three wins from three to push themselves clear at the top of the table – including a crucial 1-0 win over Dortmund this morning. Singh hasn’t come close to featuring in any of those matches. He’s often picked up in training photos with the team but he didn’t make the bench in any of them, although that’s all par for the course, he wasn’t expected to either.

Before the pandemic Singh would train with the top side then play for the reserves but getting his third tier reserves reps hasn’t been an option lately. The same situation exists for the women’s Bundesliga which was also on an extended hiatus even after the to two male tiers in Germany had resumed. Money being a major issue there – keeping Meikayla Moore (MSV Duisburg) and Paige Satchell (SC Sand) out of action indefinitely as well as Jana Radosavljevic (Cloppenburg) a division down.

But there’s some good news on that front, folks. Not for Rado, because the second women’s tier has been cancelled... although with Cloppenburg sitting atop a five-team race to the bottom that’s not so bad for them. One point separated tenth from fourteenth but no teams will be relegated from the 2. Frauen Bundesliga this season so it doesn’t matter in the end. However both the third tier of men’s footy and the top tier of women’s footy have now been cleared to resume. There’ll be plenty of midweek games, especially for Singh’s Bayern ressies, as they try to cram everything into a tighter window but with correlating leagues around Europe being straight up cancelled they’re still in an enviable place. Germany’s done pretty well despite their geographical disadvantages and are ahead of the curve compared to most countries in that continent it seems.

Both leagues will begin this weekend, the final weekend of May. SC Sand are in a comfortable mid-table place with six games remaining although they do have a DFB-Cup quarter-final to play as well - that cup comp is still going ahead. Duisburg have more work to do. They’re only two points clear of relegation with seven matches still up their sleeve. As for Bayern II in the men’s third division, they can’t be promoted any higher since they’re a reserves team and they’re too good to be relegated so they’ll just play it where it lies. Singh has 7 goals and 6 assists from 20 appearances for BM2 so with eleven more matches left hopefully he can push those numbers into double figures.

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no Sarpreet in matchday squad as they play Ingolstadt

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on the bench though for the first team!

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yeah, starting on the bench against Düsseldorf in the Bundesliga!

up 3-0 coming into halftime so may be a chance to blood some youngstwrs for Hansi Flick, wink wink

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Has come onto the bench for an injured Mai (defender).

And yes hopefully Singh can get some mins in the 2nd half. 5 subs in Bundesliga?

Dortmund play bottom side Paderborn away tomorrow.

BM II had a 2-1 win over Ingolstadt in Liga 3, to go 4th. 

Marinovic's old pub football side Unterhaching are gunning for promotion to Liga 2, being 2nd on GD.

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