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Archives: FC Bayern München

Score One For the Bundesliga!

Posted on by Double Pivot

Have goals ever been so important? With two games remaining, points are only marginally more important than goal difference in the hunt for survival, Europe and even the Meisterschaft. Wolfsburg silenced the critics and showed their professionalism by keeping their … Continue reading

Bundesliga: One Month to Sort This!

Posted on by Double Pivot

We have a month to go to decide the title. But whereas Hoffenheim, Hamburg and Hertha faltered under the pressure of being league leaders, we find that Wolfsburg’s biggest strength is having no “H” in their name. After a loss … Continue reading

Rummenigge Should Step Down After Comments About Arsenal’s Wenger

Posted on by Double Pivot

Some of my fellow Lillywhites at Tottenham have some very rude comments about Arsene Wenger. There is one song that ends in “Wenger is a [explicative] pedophile”. I hate it. It lacks class or common decency. But football supporters aren’t … Continue reading

In Retrospect, Bayern’s Performance Wasn’t as Embarassing as Chelsea’s

Posted on by Double Pivot

Yes, the first half of Bayern’s match against Barcelona at the Camp Nou was embarrassing for the Bavarians. Sure it could have been worse had Barca not taken their foot off the gas in the second half of that game. … Continue reading

What is wrong with the Bundesliga?

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Whilst reading the latest football gossip recently, a story about Bayern Munich tracking Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc in a £7m summer swoop caught my eye. Now, why Bayern want to sign a man who must currently be considered the dodgiest keeper … Continue reading

Altintop Returns, Butt and Lell Called Upon

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The 4-2-3-1 has been selected by Klinsmann. The big news is that Altintop will be starting after a lengthy absence. A couple of notes on this. Mark Van Bommel is a disgrace and should be banned from football. I have … Continue reading

How Bayern Can Beat Barca

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Following this weekend’s drubbing at the hands of Wolfsburg, Bayern come into the hardest tie of the quarter finals of the Champion’s League on a low. Can they overcome the humiliation at the VW to get a result at Camp … Continue reading

European Draw For Bundesliga Clubs

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In the Champion’s League, Bayern Munich drew Barcelona in the most intriguing clash of the quarter finals. The former champions of the competition will square off April 8th at Camp Nou and April 14th at the Allianz. The winner will … Continue reading

How Hertha Will Win Their First Bundesliga Title

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We are all wondering about the possibility of Hertha providing a surprise winner to one of Europe’s premier leagues. With 10 games to go, it becomes feasible that we can map it out and give a best guess as to … Continue reading

Could Cinderella Ruin The Bundesliga’s Ball?

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With Hamburg’s win today over Energie Cottbus, the Dinosaurs join Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich in a three way log jam in second place behind surprise front runners Hertha Berlin. All four are four points behind the pace with upstarts Hoffenheim … Continue reading

Bayern Ousted as Bayer Join Werder, HSV and Mainz in the Semis

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Finally Dusseldorf has come good for visiting dignitaries Bayer Leverkusen. After a poor run of form in the league at the LTU, the Werkself took apart Bayern Munich 4-2 in their temporary home to gain passage to the final four … Continue reading

Marin to Leave in the Summer?

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Bild is reporting that Marko Marin will leave cellar-dwelling Borussia Mochengladbach at the end of the season. This comes as little surprise, as most of us assumed that unless Gladbach escaped relegation, the wonderkid would move to greener pastures, especially … Continue reading

A Good Week in Europe for the Bundesliga

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It was a pretty good week for the Bundesliga in European competitions. Let’s start with the disappointing. Wolfsburg followed a 2-0 road loss with a 1-3 loss at the VW to PSG of France. While PSG has been a self-imploding … Continue reading

The Set: Bayern Munich 1-2 Cologne

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I doubt many people expected Cologne’s visit to Allianz to produce one of the best games of the weekend, but Christophe Daum and his scrappy side went to Munich (with only one win in their last 15 visits) and shocked … Continue reading

Is Donovan’s stint in Munich over before it began?

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Are we seeing games being played at Bayern over the possible transfer of Landon Donovan from the MLS. The Galaxy player has one month left on his loan deal to the Bavarian giants. Today, chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge stated in an … Continue reading

Bundesliga Scores and Notes

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Hertha Berlin 2-1 Bayern Munich As we all expected, Hertha go top after a typical home victory over Bayern Munich. Not! Congratulations to all Hertha fans. It is time to start talking about this fairy tale rather than Hoffenheim. And … Continue reading

Money League: Bayern 4th and closing fast!

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Club Wealth Real Madrid €365.8m Manchester United €324.8m Barcelona €308.8m Bayern Munich €295.3m Chelsea €268.9m Arsenal €264.4m Liverpool €210.9m AC Milan €209.5m AS Roma €175.4m Inter Milan €172.9m Juventus €167.5m Olympique Lyon €155.7m Schalke 04 €148.4m Tottenham Hotspur €145m Hamburg … Continue reading