What can I say about Bundesliga Reward cards? Some players are chosen perfectly, someone- not.
Bayern Munchen- Oliver Kahn. This choice is good (also here could be Gerd Muller or Mehmet Scholl) and no questions.
Borussia Dortmund- Sebastian Kehl. Strange choice because Michael Zorc has more club appearances and he better suits for "Reward Set Card". Kehl is good too, but not now.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen- Thomas Hörster. When Bayer has such legendary players as Ulf Kirsten, Carsten Ramelow and Ulf Rolfes, I don't understand Futwatch's choice.
Borussia M'gladbach- Berti Vogts. Nice choice. Also they can choice Jupp Heynckes (club top scorer and also M'glabdach's legend)
Schalke 04- Klaus Fichtel. Superb player, club legend- no questions.
VfL Wolfsburg- Grafite. Good choice, but there was a variant with Benaglio (most appearances at club+ captain+ dont have reward card)
Hamburger SV- Uwe Seeler. Good (but variants with Felix Magath and Manfred Kaltz are also not bad)
Mainz 05- Jurgen Klopp. Yes, Klopp is the legend of this club but Noveski is a legend too. So here were 2 variants
FC Augsburg- Uwe Mohrle. I don't think that someone knows him (he is playing at Energie Cottbus now). In my opinion, Ragnar Klavan could be a better choice.
TSG Hoffenheim 1899- Sejad Salihovic. Good player (62 goals in 230 matches). But I think that Andreas Beck should get this card.
Hertha BSC- Erich Beer. Good striker, 253 matches and 83 goals in Bundesliga. But I'd give Hertha BSC card to Pal Dardai (club appearances recordsman and coach of this club)
Werder Bremen- Marco Bode. Werder has a lot of fantastic players- Frings, Ailton, Klose... So the choise is very difficult.
Eintracht Frankfurt- Bernd Hölzenbein. WTF? Eintracht has the legendary player- Karl-Heinz Körbel, who has an absolute Bundesliga record- 602 matches. So why choose another player? Hölzenbein is good too, but not choosing Körbel is very strange.
SC Freiburg- Joachim Löw. German national team coach is good choice but in Freiburg also played famous Georgian players- Iashvili and Cobiashvili. They could be also very good variants.
FC Köln- Hannes Löhr. Good choice (but here could be Schumacher or Overath too).
Ingolstadt 04- Stefan Leitl. 182 appearances at 10-year old club is very good so I think it is the only right choice.
Darmstadt 98- Edwin Westenberger. Yes, 440+ appearances for one club is nice, but Bruno Labbadia could be here too.
RB Leipzig- Daniel Frahn. Best of possible choices.