The Bavarians are back: three tasty takeaways from Hannover 96 v FC Bayern

After the crazy midweek finish in Amsterdam, FC Bayern returned to domestic action with a fantastic 4:0 thumping of relegation-threatened Hannover 96 at the HDI-Arena. It may have have been “only” Hannover, but Die Roten were impressive in every department. There was a clean sheet, the midfield were magnificent, and Joshua Kimmich was simply outstanding. […]

December 15, 2018 / 2 Comments

The Bavarians are back: three tasty takeaways from Hannover 96 v FC Bayern

Preview: Hanover 96 – FC Bayern

[nextpage title=”The on pitch concerns of FC Bayern”] At the end of the year, things will be going very fast for Bayern. After the FCB won the Champions League group with a draw against Ajax, the motto for the league is: Don’t drop points! Leipzig and Frankfurt are already waiting to pester the Reds. But […]

December 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

Preview: Hanover 96 – FC Bayern

Stats & Links: Clumsy Munich instead of Lucky Bayern

Nine points behind Borussia Dortmund, only third in the Bundesliga – the Munich team hasn’t been this bad going into the holiday season for a long time. But where did the Bavarians lose their points? We are attempting to search for clues. In September, the start under Niko Kovač looked very good. A victory against […]

December 13, 2018 / 0 Comments

Stats & Links: Clumsy Munich instead of Lucky Bayern

A crazy night in Amsterdam: Three takeaways from Ajax v FC Bayern

FC Bayern München did what they had to do, clinching top spot in their Champions League qualifying group with a memorable if manic 3:3 draw against a youthful Ajax side at the Johan Cruyff Arena. It was a perfect illustration of the footballing cliché, a game of two halves. After a relatively quiet first half, […]

December 13, 2018 / 1 Comments

A crazy night in Amsterdam: Three takeaways from Ajax v FC Bayern

Mailbag Special: Governance of clubs

Last week we posted our Miasanrot Roundtable where we answered five of your questions. However, one of the questions was so complex that we decided to give it its own article and also call for special help. Don’t know whether or not I’m too late with this one, but I’m sincerely interested in understanding the […]

December 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

Mailbag Special: Governance of clubs

Christian Ziege: “Parking the bus has nothing to do with football”

Christian Ziege’s career has been more varied than almost any other in professional football. Bayern, Italy, England, European champion and World Cup final – all check-points during the Berliner’s career. In an interview with Miasanrot the 72-time German international talks about young players, his international career and of course FC Bayern. In May this year […]

December 10, 2018 / 0 Comments

Christian Ziege: “Parking the bus has nothing to do with football”

Club Crawl: Bayern Fan Club India

A few weeks back we introduced a new segment with exclusive content, where we give FC Bayern fan clubs from around the globe the chance to introduce themselves. Today we make our second stop on our tour around the world in India. Rohit Rathi, the chairman of the Bayern Fan Club India, was so kind […]

December 9, 2018 / 16 Comments

Club Crawl: Bayern Fan Club India

Finally, a shutout: three observations from FC Bayern v 1. FC Nürnberg

Things continue to improve for FC Bayern, as fellow Bavarians 1. FC Nürnberg were put to the sword at the Allianz Arena. In what was a solid performance, a number of annoying series came to an end. A home win, and a clean sheet to boot. One might argue that “it was only Nürnberg”, but […]

December 8, 2018 / 1 Comments

Finally, a shutout: three observations from FC Bayern v 1. FC Nürnberg

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