Dortmund’s good season is honored, but which teams and players have stood out this season? Listen to our podcast #7

Gerry Wittmann welcomes all three regulars back on the podcast, and the boys dive right into it.

Segment 1: What happened over the weekend? Who is going down at the end of the season? How will Hannover and Mainz fare in the Europa League next season? Or could Bayern become the laughing stock of an entire nation by gifting the last Champions League spot to Hannover in the final days of the season? All that and more in our first segment.

Segment 2 and 3: We discuss the stand out players and trainers(managers) this season. Cris wishes a very special man a happy birthday, and Niklas wages his support behind Scot John Higgins. Find out which of the four boys will get to watch Lionel Messi play football live.

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Niklas Wildhagen

Niklas is a 33-year-old football writer and podcaster who has been following the Bundesliga and German football since the early 90s. You can follow him on Twitter, @normusings, and listen to his opinions on @TalkingFussball.

1 Comment

  1. To be sure Bayern did their bit to make the opening 30 minutes the most compelling game of the season Dortmund were leading 2-1 after 18 minutes but the home side were looking both dangerous and well up for it. Youd think some dont want to play in the Champions League next season.

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