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Playoff idea ‘thrilling’ amid Bayern dominance – Klinsmann – Sporting Life

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Former Bayern Munich striker Juergen Klinsmann says his two decades living in the US have convinced him that .offs could . a central role in determining the Bundesliga winners.

Klinsmann said on Thursday he felt a .off system would be an exciting way to challenge the monotony of seeing Bayern lift the Bundesliga trophy every year.

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“I totally understand the discussion of it, because you want somebody else . and t. to win the Bundesliga title, besides Bayern Munich.

“I find it fascinating. I find it a real thriller to go into a .off format at the end of a season.”

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All major US sports, including Major League Soccer, use some form of .off system to determine their champions.

Klinsmann, who has lived in the US since 1998, pointed out that .offs were already used in European leagues, including to determine relegation and promotion in the Bundesliga and promotion in the English Football League.

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In England, “they . the .offs at Wembley Stadium and its like an FA Cup final, because it’s so dramatic and it means a lot to the teams,” he said.

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“I would be very open to a .off idea, to be honest, I like it because I’m used to it . in the United States.

“If it’s doable, for the Bundesliga to take that idea to another level, that’s not up to me.”

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Klinsmann, who had a brief stint at Bayern coach, tipped the club to win an 11th-straight title. He predicted Borussia Dortmund would again be their closest challengers, particularly with new recruit Nico Schlotterbeck, who Klinsmann said was “the discovery of the year”.

“I think Borussia Dortmund did fantastic in the transfer window, especially (bringing in) Nico Schlotterbeck and Niklas Suele in the backline.”

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