Justin

Grew up with the generation Kahn and the legendary 2001 team. Doesn't define success based on results. Loves triangles, attacking, structured possession football and Joshua Kimmich. Keeps the Brandenburg flag flying and is thought of as Niklas Süle in the Miasanrot office.

Round-Up: Boateng

Seven goals were scored in the game between Chile and Mexico in the Copa America Centenario, a stark contrast to the low scoring fixtures at the EURO 2016. We look back on the second round of the European Championship and the quarterfinals of the Copa. In the summer round-up we’ll keep you up to date […]

June 19, 2016 / 0 Comments

Round-Up: Boateng

Round-Up: EURO and Copa

While the first match day of the European Championship group stages is over, in the USA at the Copa America the first decisions have already been made. For most of the Bayern players, it’s going well so far, and one former Bayern player wrote a rather special story. In the summer round-up we’ll keep you […]

June 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

Round-Up: EURO and Copa

FC Bayern players in the German national team

FC Bayern always had a massive influence on the German national team. This year there are several players in the EURO 2016 squad with a past or a future in Munich: From key players like Jérôme Boateng to debutants like Joshua Kimmich. A few days before the EURO 2016 kicks off we want to analyse […]

June 8, 2016 / 0 Comments

FC Bayern players in the German national team

Why Kimmich should go to the Euro

Following an impressive first year in Munich, Joshua Kimmich is close to making the German team for the Euro 2016. Miasanrot is convinced that Kimmich has to be a part of the 23-man squad, here’s why. After a magnificent first season with Bayern Munich, Joshua Kimmich is currently part of Germany’s extended Euro 2016 squad. […]

May 30, 2016 / 0 Comments

Why Kimmich should go to the Euro

Portrait: Carlo Ancelotti

Pep Guardiola’s tenure at FC Bayern ends, leaving a big hole in his wake. His credo has always been that developing the team was his priority, and that he would move on once he couldn’t see any more room for improvement. With the games against Arsenal, Wolfsburg, and Dortmund during the first half of the […]

May 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

Portrait: Carlo Ancelotti

What will remain of Pep Guardiola?

As Pep Guardiola immediately broke out in tears after Douglas Costa converted the decisive penalty, it was obvious how emotional and tight the bond between manager and players really is. Bayern didn’t just seal the cup victory with the final penalty, but also a very successful era of the Catalan. “Titles are numbers”, Guardiola said […]

May 23, 2016 / 0 Comments

What will remain of Pep Guardiola?

DFB cup history: Dortmund (III)

Bayern will meet Borussia Dortmund for the ninth time in the DFB Cup in the upcoming final. Traditionally, clashes of the two clubs promise excitement; from the newly promoted Munich team that unexpectedly beat the reigning champion, to seat-gripping penalty shootouts, this constellation has had it all. In three parts, we look back on the […]

May 18, 2016 / 0 Comments

DFB cup history: Dortmund (III)

DFB cup history: Dortmund (II)

Bayern will meet Borussia Dortmund for the ninth time in the DFB Cup in the upcoming final. Traditionally, clashes of the two clubs promise excitement; from the newly promoted Munich team that unexpectedly beat the reigning champion, to seat-gripping penalty shootouts, this constellation has had it all. In three parts, we look back on the […]

May 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

DFB cup history: Dortmund (II)

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