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MSR-EN020 BBC: Besiktas, Berlin, Coman

fussballsusie Separator February 27, 2018
Two matches, two vastly different results. Christopher Ramm and Susie Schaaf chat about the 5:0 victory over Besiktas, and the 0:0 draw against Hertha Berlin in our latest podcast.
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MSR-EN019 Schalke, Wolfsburg & the youth

fussballsusie Separator February 21, 2018
Susie is joined by Anup of Bayern Central and Marc from MSR to discuss the narrow victories over Schalke 04 and Wolfsburg as well as some chatting about Bayern’s U17 and U19 squads.
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MSR-EN018 Mainz and Paderborn

fussballsusie Separator February 9, 2018
You might have thought that a match against bottom of the table Mainz would make for an easy Bundesliga weekend for Bayern, but you would be wrong. Things went a lot better in Tuesday’s quarter final Pokal match at Paderborn.
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MSR-EN017 Go-Go Goretzka

fussballsusie Separator February 2, 2018
Maurice and Tobi of the Mia San Rot family join Susie to chat about the Hoffenheim match plus so much more.
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MSR-EN016 Bremen, Goretzka and Nations League

fussballsusie Separator January 27, 2018
Host Susie Schaaf is joined by goal.com’s Ronan Murphy to chat about the 4-2 victory over Werder Bremen, the Leon Goretzka transfer and what UEFA’s new Nations League is all about.
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MSR-EN015 New year, new episode

fussballsusie Separator January 14, 2018
A post-surgery Susie Schaaf chats with Neverkusen Podcast’s Eric Bruehl; talking about Bayern’s 3:1 victory over Leverkusen at the BayArena.
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MSR-EN014 Uncomfortably victorious

fussballsusie Separator December 22, 2017
Bayern Munich enter the Winterpause on a high note after beating Borussia Dortmund 2:1 in the third round of the DFB Pokal. They’re also 11 points up atop the Bundesliga table, and have a favorable Champions League draw to look forward to.
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MSR-EN013 Grinding wins, again

fussballsusie Separator December 15, 2017
Narrow 1:0 wins over Frankfurt and Koeln see Bayern nine points atop the table but neither victory was an inspired performance. Is this a case of “what is there really to complain about”, or rather are Bayern Munich just coasting until the winter break?