Tag: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
At the end of the day – Karl-Heinz Rummenigge steps down as CEO of FC Bayern
If you want to know what kind of guy Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is, you have to watch the documentary “Profis”, which [...]
Solidarity in times of Covid-19
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
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?
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
After a string of undesirable results, Bayern appear to be back on track. However, there are still many questions surrounding [...]
Choking on pedigree?
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?
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
A couple of years ago, an interview with Tobias Schweinsteiger probably would have been about Bayern’s reserve team, his view [...]