A revenge was announced before the game. After a 0-3 loss in the first leg, they were looking to make amends against Paris Saint-Germain. They succeeded. Bayern in a 4-2-3-1 with 4-3-3-looking roles, Paris in a 4-3-3. Four Things We Noticed 1. Bayern like the away team It has been a long time since Bavaria’s […]
First up, the crew discusses Heynckes’ return and the team’s potential before they get in to the Freiburg match. How did the 2013 iteration of Bayern Munich fare four years later? David Alaba and Kingsley Coman seem to be coming around nicely, but is a match where Christian Streich’s Freiburg never really looked to go forward a good test?
Moving on, the trio chat about the Celtic match and the merits of Sebastian Rudy over Javi Martinez at defensive midfield. FCB’s high team press is mentioned with a special shout out to Arjen Robben as the Dutchman provided a remarkable defensive performance.
Susie questions the lack of control at the second half, and whether it was Arturo Vidal’s doing, but Christopher and Maurice are thinking the team is just looking ahead. (It gets a little tasty here, folks.)
They all get on board the Joshua Kimmich hype train– wondering if he might eclipse legend Philipp Lahm– before they question Brendan Rodgers’ decision to start without Celtic’s most potent offensive player, Moussa Dembele.
Words on Sven Ulreich (and two clean sheets!) close out the podcast as Bayern faces brutal matches in the next coming weeks: RB Leipzig in Pokal and the league, followed by a top-of-the-table Dortmund match.
Thank you, as always, for listening! We’ll be back with you after the Leipzig Pokal encounter. Mia san mia.
FC Bayern won the Champions League home game against Celtic Glasgow 3-0, keeping the Munich team on track for success under Jupp Heynckes. With kick-off, Jupp Heynckes became the oldest coach ever to have looked after a team on the sidelines of the Champions League. The life of the Bayern coach now spans 72 years […]
Jupp, Jupp, hooray? With the triple coach returning to Munich, Bayern welcomed the struggling Freiburg. Did the Bavarian supercomputer finish its reboot or is it still being formatted? 3 things we noticed: 1. Party like it’s 2013? Bayern’s core structure was similar to the 2013 one. The full-backs pushed forward vertically, Thiago and Martinez acted […]
It was the first mid-week fixture in the new Bundesliga season and Bayern played FC Schalke away from home. In Gelsenkirchen, they confirmed their improved form and cruised to a 3-0 victory that was never really in danger. FC Schalke 04 vs FC Bayern, basic formations 3 things we noticed: 1. Offensive power James, Müller, […]
“Youngsters are being wasted on Bayern’s bench”, “Youngsters can only fail in Munich” and “If you go to FCB as a youngster, you’re throwing your career away”: since Carlo Ancelotti took the reins at FC Bayern, these sorts of comments have become frequent once again. Not least because a few records were set this season […]
The losses against Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund abruptly ended all of Bayern’s hopes for a second title this season. Ever since the defeat against BVB, a public debate has started about the consequences that need to be taken in the upcoming transfer period. What will it be for Bayern – a revolution? A transition? […]
After the loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League that was frustrating on all levels imaginable, FC Bayern were on the road on Saturday evening against one of their least favourite away opponents of recent years: Bayer Leverkusen. In case you missed it: Leverkusen vs Bayern – starting formations 3 things we noticed: 1. […]