FC Bayern’s combinations in Stuttgart take them top

FC Bayern won the first away match of the season against VfB Stuttgart 3:0. The team convinced especially in the second half. During the week, the men from Munich gave a fitting goodbye to Bastian Schweinsteiger. From Wednesday at the latest, however, the focus was once more on the bread and butter of the Bundesliga […]

September 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

FC Bayern’s combinations in Stuttgart take them top

Bayern wins opening match against TSG Hoffenheim

Winning the Supercup with ease, but with difficulty for a long time in the DFB Pokal: After a mixed preseason, the Bayern team started into the new Bundesliga season this Friday evening. At the beginning of the 56th Bundesliga season, the Reds opened against TSG from Hoffenheim. Many things are new in the German top […]

August 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

Bayern wins opening match against TSG Hoffenheim

DFB Pokal: Pro brick-layers from Drochtersen

FC Bayern are into the second round of the 2018/19 DFB Pokal. Bayern laboured to a 1-0 win against SV Drochtersen/Assel. A pitch that was hard to play on, two changing rooms (because one would have been too small) and a highly motivated opponent from the fourth division. Bayern sensed early on that the encounter […]

August 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

DFB Pokal: Pro brick-layers from Drochtersen

World Cup-Blog: No Bayern goals in Russia

It has not been the World Cup of FC Bayern. Since 1990, at least one current player of the record champion had always scored at a World Cup. This chain will likely break in Russia in 2018. But is this really a terrible thing? There’s more to this issue than just facts. It’s absurd to […]

July 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

World Cup-Blog: No Bayern goals in Russia

MSR-EN026 Hannover and the team that shall not be named

Bayern got a slow start against Hannover, but eventually ran out 3:0 victors in what is now a basically meaningless Bundesliga match. And the big stuff comes in the second half of the pod where we’ll discuss the 1:2 loss at home to Real Madrid, and all the news surrounding the Champions League semi final tie.

Before delving in to the pair of matches, Susie and Dennis chat about their geek fandoms and why exactly the podcast was being recorded in the middle of the night in Germany.

Getting back to the pressing topics, the Hannover match appears first with most of the talk pointed on U-19 Lukas Mai and his debut as the first 2000-era player for Bayern, and his signing to a professional contract. But, the pair realize nobody really is interested in this particular Bundesliga match, so they move on rather quickly…

Whew. The loss to Real Madrid is the heart of the podcast– with a few segues elsewhere– as the duo break down the match tactically, and call out performances pretty much across the board. Might Jupp Heynckes have been able to change the match more effectively had he not been hampered by two early substitutions? Is Robert Lewandowski really a flop for Bayern? What did Madrid do particularly well? Did Franck Ribery really have a “great” match?

Assessing Bayern’s chances in the return tie at the Bernabeu– and how Bayern might go through to the final are talked about before ending with some thoughts on Niko Kovac, Eintracht Frankfurt, Saturday’s match and the Pokal finale.
Thanks, loyal listeners, as always. We’ll be back shortly! Mia san mia. Mia san Rot.

April 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

MSR-EN026 Hannover and the team that shall not be named

Preview: FC Bayern – Real Madrid

An entire season is about to come to its climax with just a few highlights. This is what the fans have been waiting for. On Wednesday evening, FC Bayern will face Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals. In our preview we prepare you for the most important things. Duels with Real are among the […]

April 22, 2018 / 1 Comments

Preview: FC Bayern – Real Madrid

Three Things We Noticed: Hanover 96 – FC Bayern 0:3 (0:0)

FC Bayern succeeds in the dress rehearsal for Real Madrid. The Munich team wins 3:0 against Hannover 96. After the victory in the DFB Pokal semi-final, the Munich team still had a mandatory task in the Bundesliga before the match against Real Madrid. In case you missed it The biggest surprise came 75 minutes before […]

April 21, 2018 / 0 Comments

Three Things We Noticed: Hanover 96 – FC Bayern 0:3 (0:0)

Three things we noticed: FC Bayern – FC Sevilla 0:0 (0:0)

Since the 2009/10 season, FC Bayern has reached the Champions League semi-finals six times. Since then, only Inter Milan (2011) and Real Madrid (2017) have managed to stop the five-time CL winner. After the first leg in Sevilla (2:1) the Munich team had good chances to push the number to seven. But after the return […]

April 11, 2018 / 2 Comments

Three things we noticed: FC Bayern – FC Sevilla 0:0 (0:0)

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