With a 4-1 victory over Augsburg, FC Bayern secured their 28th German league title. It is their sixth championship in a row. With this win, Bayern manifested their dominating role during the 2010s. It’s the seventh league title during this period, interrupted only by two Dortmund championships. Starting formations FC Augsburg – FC Bayern Three […]
After a long break from our monthly award, Müller was voted Miasanrot’s player of the month for March. The Bavarian capped off a successful month with a very strong appearance in the top match against Borussia Dortmund and prevailed against James Rodriguez, who also had excellent form during March. It was a typical Thomas Müller […]
Sevilla FC has been labelled by many as a lucky draw. However, the Andalusian side showed what they are capable of: Sevilla led 2-0 for 88 minutes at the weekend against FC Barcelona, which was absolutely deserved in terms of height. The Bavarians came to Sevilla with a 6-0 win over Dortmund. After a difficult […]
A red card, a forced change, a big win. Despite some early struggles, Bayern managed to beat Besiktas with a scoreline that should be more than enough to go through to the quarter finals. After only finishing the group as second placed team, Bayern were prepared for the worst. Luckily enough, they got one of […]
FC Bayern beats Mainz 05 2-0 in a hard-fought away game, making a commanding start to the upcoming “English weeks”. James was impressive again with an excellence performance. The schedule for February has six games in store for FC Bayern. The DFB Pokal and Champions League are back from their winter breaks. In the Bundesliga […]
A win is a win! Bayern beat Dortmund 2-1 and reach the cup quarterfinals. It was a win that was both not clear enough and lucky. Dortmund travelled to Munich, having just hired a new coach in Peter Stöger. Both teams secured a rather lucky but certainly feel-good win on Bundesliga matchday 17, as Bayern […]
Bayern manage to end the first half of the season on a high note – at least in terms of the result. A difficult, lucky win in Stuttgart all but brings the year 2017 to a close. Stuttgart – with Holger Badstuber leading the defense – are having a bit of an unlucky season. Coach […]
Before the chat about the Mainz match begins, Susie apologizes for putting a jinx on Manuel Neuer in Episode 3. The discussion moves to the match, but more importantly talks about Joshua Kimmich on the ascendant and Franck Ribery’s declining role.
Next, we take a break from the men and move to the women as Jolle breaks down some huge preseason changes for the Frauen and how the team has looked over their first two matches. The ladies also discuss some national team business as the DFB side just narrowly beat the Czech Republic 1:0.
Back to the men, and the Schalke match, which turned out to be a little more complicated than the breezy victory over Mainz. Man of the match James Rodriguez rightly features here, before the trio discusses which Schalke player got owned more on the day.
The last segment answers some listener questions as Bettina, Chris and Susie rate Bayern’s centerbacks, rate Carlo Ancelotti as a coach and talk about how to improve FCBs defense.
Episode 5 will come after the PSG Champions League showdown, and perhaps some very strong opinions will shift. Well, we’ll see.
Thank you, as always, for tuning in. Mia san mia.