Posted 2 days ago

dxbayern:

PK Today 20.08.2014 (x)

Oh, how I love them together, Lahm & press conferences :}

Posted 6 days ago

Nintendo sucht die schlechtesten Zeichner Deutschlands - auch Philipp Lahm zeichnet mit

syazalahm

Here it is :}

Posted 6 days ago
Philipp trying to be as artist ≧◠◡◠≦
Posted 6 days ago

meinliebereus:

 The Freak’s favourite footballers list: [8/∞]

Philipp Lahm

Club: Bayern München #21

National Team: Germany #16 (Retired)

Reblogging for the sake of that .gif in the middle row (on the left) LOL Yep, we all know who rules this planet :))

Posted 1 week ago
the supercup story reminds me of algeria vs Germany ^^ i wanted to ask you something, when Lahm pulled that algerian player's shirt, i saw someone (Fan of Lahm) writing abt how it was weird and that he might have done this to stop the game and avoid the Algerian player being one vs one against Neuer and risk a goal. what do you think about it?
Anonymous asked

Hi :)

I’m sure he had his reason to do so. I mean, it’s not like he was just running by and decided to pull someone’s shirt ^^ I don’t remember the logistics of it, but I would assume one of the following: 1. Someone else was supposed to mark that player and didn’t do his job, so Lahm had to cover, but since he had his own obligations, he was too far away. Hence, he was a bit late to the party, so to speak; 2. It was Lahm’s job to mark that player, and he messed up.

Was I excited about that foul? Nope. But just like in the Super Cup, I do understand that he had to do what he had to do. It gave his team a chance to regroup and whatnot. Defending any way he can :) 

Posted 1 week ago

With Klose and Per retiring from the National Team, I just want to point out that Lahm sure leads by example :D

Posted 1 week ago
Sometimes I pity Philipp Lahm. He's a flawless player in many ways, but sometimes it doesn't really work in his favour. One bad pass in weeks and months and it's a big drama (as seen in Germany vs. Algeria in Brazil), while others get away with bad games. One stupid foul in months and people lose their minds, while other players foul on a regular basis and people even adore them for their flaws. Not that I liked his foul yesterday, but I think it should be put into perspective.
Anonymous asked

takethistooseriously:

pressattache:

Oh, I completely agree with you! And it’s something I’ve been working against for 3 years now. That’s part of the reason why I started my blog. That’s part of the reason why I didn’t like a Tumblr user calling Lahm a “little bitch” yesterday and got into a short discussion.

That’s why I, while expressing my opinion, was afraid of sounding as if I was deeply hurt and very upset, which wasn’t the case. On my part, it really was embarrassment that, I think, was more indicative of how I felt about Bayern at the moment. In other words, when I see my favorite player - and he is my absolute favorite, no on else comes close - do something like that, it screams, “Bayern is playing shitty!”, or “Germany is playing shitty!” It’s the first thing I think about and go, “Damn… If HE does it, then it means things are going badly…”

That being said, I do use these kind of things when people say that Lahm is no leader because he doesn’t do what a leader has to do sometimes, and they mean exactly those fouls. And I’m like, “There you go!” ^^

I take that backlash as proof for the high standard in play and conduct Lahm has set. The kind that makes even people who aren’t exactly fans of him go “what the FUCK is he thinking?” when he announces his retirement from the national team. 

Totally agree that if Lahm fouls, and in such a manner (look at his smile when he got booked, it was of someone who knew he had been bad and wasn’t exactly proud of that), then the team is in big trouble. It screamed of frustration and helplessness. I don’t mind fouls, provided they don’t harm the other player (WORLD CUP FINAL FOULS, it made me squirm). But that foul was like lashing out or panicking on Lahm’s part. It doesn’t serve any purpose, compared to, say, the similar incident in Germany vs Algeria where letting the other player through meant an equalisier and possibly elimination.

Well, bygone is bygone. Lahm will bounce back and show his quality, I trust.

I bet the only ones who had a problem with it were his fans :)) :P

Posted 1 week ago
Sometimes I pity Philipp Lahm. He's a flawless player in many ways, but sometimes it doesn't really work in his favour. One bad pass in weeks and months and it's a big drama (as seen in Germany vs. Algeria in Brazil), while others get away with bad games. One stupid foul in months and people lose their minds, while other players foul on a regular basis and people even adore them for their flaws. Not that I liked his foul yesterday, but I think it should be put into perspective.
Anonymous asked

Oh, I completely agree with you! And it’s something I’ve been working against for 3 years now. That’s part of the reason why I started my blog. That’s part of the reason why I didn’t like a Tumblr user calling Lahm a “little bitch” yesterday and got into a short discussion.

That’s why I, while expressing my opinion, was afraid of sounding as if I was deeply hurt and very upset, which wasn’t the case. On my part, it really was embarrassment that, I think, was more indicative of how I felt about Bayern at the moment. In other words, when I see my favorite player - and he is my absolute favorite, no on else comes close - do something like that, it screams, “Bayern is playing shitty!”, or “Germany is playing shitty!” It’s the first thing I think about and go, “Damn… If HE does it, then it means things are going badly…”

That being said, I do use these kind of things when people say that Lahm is no leader because he doesn’t do what a leader has to do sometimes, and they mean exactly those fouls. And I’m like, “There you go!” ^^

Posted 1 week ago
oh mannnnn, there´s been a whiile since u posted something :) nice to see ur back ;)
sweetlovelyuniqueforsebalter asked

Alright! :) Feeling some love! Thanks :))

Posted 1 week ago

syazalahm

Yep :)

It’s just the fact that it’s Lahm who did it… I’m not a fan of players doing that ‘cause it clearly indicates one of the following: they have no skills to stop the opponent otherwise, they were late, they messed up somewhere while running, etc. (Not to mention that in his case it usually means that the team is doing badly.) But when it’s Lahm, it’s even worse ^^ And he wasn’t even trying to make it subtle, nope :)) I don’t like seeing him stoop down to that level.

That being said, what’s done is done, whatevs :) I wouldn’t want people to think that I’m making a big deal out of it, but it’s just that I was very embarrassed :))