Solidarity in times of Covid-19

Katrin Separator May 18, 2020
After a two-month break the Bundesliga resumed its operations at the weekend – but the coronavirus crisis is far from [...]

Game of my Life #06: The grandmother of all defeats

Tobias Separator January 2, 2020
My edition of the “Game of my Life” deals with the European Cup final of 1982, when Bayern unfortunately failed [...]

Uli Hoeness: So This Is The End?

Justin Separator July 25, 2019
Tuesday evening saw an earthquake shake up German sport media. Uli Hoeneß was reported to have made the decision to [...]

Miasanrot Roundtable: Mailbag December 2018

Marc Separator December 6, 2018
After a string of undesirable results, Bayern appear to be back on track. However, there are still many questions surrounding [...]

Choking on pedigree?

Tobi Separator December 13, 2017
While international football relentlessly enhances its structures, FC Bayern invokes its inner strengths. Could that lead to disaster for the [...]

Carlo Ancelotti: one step forward, two steps back?

Justin Separator February 23, 2017
Bayern’s strong performance against Arsenal was followed by yet another disillusioning game in the Bundesliga. Bayern is floundering, can’t seem [...]

“Similar to the first team” – Interview with Tobias Schweinsteiger

Felix Separator October 17, 2016
A couple of years ago, an interview with Tobias Schweinsteiger probably would have been about Bayern’s reserve team, his view [...]

Sammer’s departure: Assessing an era

Steffen Separator July 11, 2016
Matthias Sammer is no longer Bayern’s sporting director. What does his departure mean, and how can his time in Munich [...]