Three things we noticed: Beşiktaş Istanbul – FC Bayern 1:3 (0:1)

After a tough game, FC Bayern advanced to the quarter-finals of the Champions League with a 3:1 away win over Besiktas Istanbul. With Jupp Heynckes’ eleventh consecutive Champions League win, Bayern qualified for the quarter-finals of the Champions League. The opponent will be drawn next Friday. In case you missed it FC Bayern went into […]

March 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

Three things we noticed: Beşiktaş Istanbul – FC Bayern 1:3 (0:1)

Preview: Besiktas Istanbul – FC Bayern

It’s the Champions League round of sixteen. It’s the second leg. It’s maybe the loudest arena in Europe. But the Bayern team travel to Istanbul with a five-goal lead in their bags and can therefore be calm and relaxed. Things could have been different. Ten minutes were played in the first leg and Miasanrot readers […]

March 13, 2018 / 0 Comments

Preview: Besiktas Istanbul – FC Bayern

Things we noticed: FC Bayern Under-17s – FSV Mainz 05 Under-17s 2:2 (2:1)

This weekend we want to take a closer look at our Under-17s, which were league leaders going into the game against second placed Mainz 05. The weakened team had to settle for a 2-2 draw despite an excellent team performance. Starting formations: FC Bayern Under-17s – Mainz 05 Under-17s In the top match against Mainz, […]

March 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

Things we noticed: FC Bayern Under-17s – FSV Mainz 05 Under-17s 2:2 (2:1)

Three things we noticed: FC Bayern – Hamburger SV 6:0 (3:0)

Eight, seven or six? On the way to Munich, the Hamburger SV was met with a lot of banter – as it turned out rightfully so. Even before the match, the starting formations indicated what this game would look like. In case you missed it Against the HSV, Jupp Heynckes continued his rotation policy and […]

March 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

Three things we noticed: FC Bayern – Hamburger SV 6:0 (3:0)

How can Kingsley Coman be replaced?

In the closing stages of the clash between Bayern Munich and Hertha BSC, Bayern hearts were in mouths. Kingsley Coman, just subbed on, seemed to have gotten injured in a duel. Just a few hours later, the confirmation: it’s very likely that the Frenchman will miss the rest of the season. We analyse the significance […]

March 10, 2018 / 1 Comments

How can Kingsley Coman be replaced?

Preview: FC Bayern – Hamburger SV

When the Hamburger SV comes to Munich, Bayern will score many goals. That’s what the younger, yet unwritten law demands. The Bundesligadino is as close to relegation as ever before. On the other hand, are the Bayern, who don’t give away anything in the league. The preview. Of all people Heribert Bruchhagen, who has always […]

March 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

Preview: FC Bayern – Hamburger SV

Stats & Links: Turning to America for Competitive Balance

While the Bundesliga, as well as the other major European leagues, look for ways to achieve more balance, they are increasingly looking to U.S. professional sports as a guide to how they can improve their respective leagues. The perception is that the playoff system and salary caps currently in place within many of the major […]

March 8, 2018 / 0 Comments

Stats & Links: Turning to America for Competitive Balance

MSR-EN021 Streich Back

The win over Freiburg was not quite as glorious as the Hinrunde victory, but it was still impressive. Especially noting that fact that Bayern played an unfamiliar XI. But before the trio delve in to tactics, Adrian gives a run down of the SCF season so far, and what the team’s reasonable targets are.

A 4-1-4-1 without any true wingers is discussed, and with it the suitability of a Juan Bernat/David Alaba left side. The seemingly weekly topic of Arturo Vidal at single pivot rears its ugly head again, before the chat turns a bit more positive as the Sandro Wagner/Thomas Mueller duo proved to be refreshingly fruitful.

Moving on past the Freiburg game, the topic switches to the World Cup and the chances for Wagner and Nils Petersen to get to Russia. Along that vein, Sven Ulreich is also making a name for himself to do the same.

The podcast closes out with the group kiboshing the Streich to Bayern rumor as ludicrous, before bringing up Jupp Heynckes’ public approval of Thomas Tuchel as his successor, and what that might mean for Bayern Munich going forward.

Thanks, as always, for listening! Mia san mia.

March 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

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