Bayern's winger evolution

This past off-season, Bayern added two rather unknown wingers in Douglas Costa (25) and Kingsley Coman (19) to play alongside their once-dreaded duo of Franck Ribery (33) and Arjen Robben (32). The latter two have been borderline world-class players throughout the last five years, but have recently begun to decline due to recurring injuries. So […]

June 7, 2016 / 1 Comments

Bayern's winger evolution

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

Round-Up: Branko Oblak

The season is over, the trophies have been handed over, the fat lady has sung. This, of course, is true for both FC Bayern and the Round-Up. For Bayern, the season brought the fourth Bundesliga title in a row and the national double; for the Round-Up, a premiere successful season, which we will finish off […]

May 28, 2016 / 2 Comments

Round-Up: Branko Oblak

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

The Götze saga lives on

This Thursday, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge revived the speculations and discussions regarding Mario Götze’s future with odd statements about his future. It remains a secret why he did it. Last weekend looked like a massive relief for Mario Götze. He terminated the contract with his attention-seeking agency Sportstotal and talked freely about his time in Munich, possibly […]

May 26, 2016 / 0 Comments

The Götze saga lives on

The Pep Episodes XL

In this edition of The Pep Episodes: Beating Dortmund but beaten by emotions – Pep Guardiola’s last match as a Bayern coach ends in a cup victory and tears. This article is part of a partnership with Grup 14, an organization dedicated to Futbol Club Barcelona and supporters around the world. The Pep Episodes is […]

May 25, 2016 / 0 Comments

The Pep Episodes XL

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?

Talking About A Revolution: Guardiola at FC Bayern

Innovations in football are rare. Particularly if one sets the definition narrow. Of course there are always new things. Tactical processes are redefined, as well as aspects of the training methodology or football psychology. But strategic innovation in the field is rare. Colleague Marco Henseling spoke with Spox in the summer of 2012 of postmodernism; […]

May 23, 2016 / 3 Comments

Talking About A Revolution: Guardiola at FC Bayern

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