Noisy speaks out at Leverkusen.


As the business end of the season fast approaches Leverkusen manager Mr.Noisy is knee 
deep in the shit. Results have not gone the way of the German club and the board are furious that
Noisy has them in this mess for the second consecutive season running. Just 4 wins in Division 1 this year has seen Leverkusen fall 8 points adrift from safety with just 11 games left to play…

However Last nights surprising 1-0 win in England at the Emirates over Arsenal has given the boss the belief that it may not be over just yet. 8 points in 11 games is a lot to make up but we are feeling confident the boys can pull together and fight like they’ve never fought before.
Leverkusen have some tough fixtures left to play but most importantly we have to play all 3 clubs that are around us in the final 4 matches of the season so it could prove to be a almighty season ending.
Onto a more positive note Noisy’s love affair with the U21 Youth Cup continues as Leverkusen make the Semi Final stage of the competition. It’s the first time they have reached the stage haven fallen at the Quarter Final last year but it is Noisy’s Second appearance as he guided Fenerbahce to the Semis in season 1 before departing for Leverkusen.
 
Brandt leading the U21s

Julien Brandt is leading the U21 charge with another stunning display in the Quarter Finals scoring 2 goals and assisting another, We have turned down big offers for him in the last few weeks as we aim to keep him.

The U21 Semi Final draw is due to take place this week with Anderlecht,Valencia and Real Madrid all still in the competition. It remains to be seen who we get but whoever we get will fear playing Leverkusen U21s and Noisy has history with Real Madrid having knocked them out in Season 1 with Fenerbahce and Leverkusen topped Real Madrid’s group in Season 2.

Will potentially winning the Youth Cup keep Noisy in a job? Who knows but we aim to give it our best shot and not think about our league position when participating in the competition.

TRANSFER NEWS
New Signing Danny Simpson
Leverkusen done a bit of transfer business this weekend after agreeing a deal with Aston Villa which saw Premier League winning RB Danny Simpson arrive for Alex Galvez who had never really settled after moving to the club at the end of season 2. Danny will provide cover for Bender and allow me to potentially move Bender into midfield for certain games.
Silva remains available 
David Silva remains available for transfer but as of yet the club haven’t received no offers which is very surprising considering the rating of Silva and he has only just turned 30 many will say he is only just in his prime now. Leverkusen require two 90 rated players for him.
Calhanoglu recently linked to Juventus
Hakan Calhanoglu was recently linked with a move to Turin giants Juventus but it is reported Leverkusen turned down the bid as they felt it wasn’t the right time for a move for him. 
Noisy could now potentially listen to offers for the talisman but it would require a very good offer to part company with him.

One comment

  1. I know from experience how tough it is to claw your way out of there Noisy, just got to dig in & plough on, still time yet & no doubt there will be 1 or 2 other clubs falling into the relegation battle over the coming weeks & I don't discount Valencia !!!!

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