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Eight Talking Points from Match Day 1

by Tim Snoddon

The Bundesliga is back for a new season and there was already plenty to talk about after the first round of matches. Bayern München unsurprisingly started the season off with a tricky victory against Wolfsburg while Borussia Dortmund disappointed after losing at home to a promising Leverkusen side. Meanwhile, SC Paderborn recorded their first ever […]

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The Bundesliga at the World Cup: Group Stage Flops and Tops

by Adrian Sertl

With the group stage now completed and the remaining field of nations vying for the trophy cut in half, some might argue that this is where the real World Cup begins: the single elimination winner take all sprint to the finish, better known as the knockout rounds.  No doubt the next two weeks will provide […]

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25 Best Bundesliga Players 2013/14: 15 – 11

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

Up next we have the best five before we break into the Top 10. Entering the fold here are two huge surprise performers who reached another level in their game this season, a veteran who played arguably his best season for his club and two of the best forwards in the league, one of which […]

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Bayern Munich put on a show against Viktoria Plzen

by Cristian Nyari

While Zlatan Ibrahimovic was weaving his own magic act over in Belgium, Germany’s record champion put on a dominant display against Czech side Viktoria Plzen. Two goals from Ribery and one apiece from Alaba, Schweinsteiger and Götze stretched Bayern’s winning streak in Europe to eight games, a new club record.  It also extends their lead […]

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Bayern Munich Masterclass in Manchester

by Cristian Nyari

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola crowned 100 days in charge of the club with one of the team’s most impressive performances yet this season. The 3-1 win at Manchester City sees them sit comfortable atop their Champions League group and in glowing form. For Guardiola it also further underlined that his style and methodology is […]

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Plenty to ponder for Pep despite winning Bundesliga debut

by Mark Lovell

It had been positively hosing it down in Munich all day. This did little to dampen the spirits of an expectant Bayern crowd, who turned up to witness Pep Guardiola’s Bundesliga debut. Have you heard there is a new sheriff in town? You might have heard in dispatches somewhere – his name Pep Guardiola. However, […]

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Season Preview – FC Bayern München: Might Pep Overcook Jupp’s Recipe?

by Rick Joshua

When runaway Bundesliga champions FC Bayern München triumped over Borussia Dortmund at Wembley to secure their fifth European crown and then dispatched VfB Stuttgart a week later in the DFB-Pokal final in Berlin, many would wonder if – and how – things could get any better. Legendary coach Jupp Heynckes had created a well-oiled machine, […]

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Borussia Dortmund Defeat Bayern Munich 4-2, Win DFL SuperCup

by Gerry Wittmann

Jurgen Klopp and his Borussia Dortmund squad ended Pep Guardiola’s early run of preseason trophy-grabs Saturday by defeating the Bavarians 4-2 to capture the DFL SuperCup.  The two teams met in last year’s SuperCup, with Bayern prevailing over their Ruhr Valley rivals in a match that foreshadowed their historic treble-winning season as Dortmund surrendered the […]

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What A Difference A Year Makes: Robben’s Redemption

by Rick Joshua

Take yourself back to the late evening of 19th May 2012, and you would have seen a dejected and forlorn figure wearing the number ten shirt of FC Bayern München following their heartbreaking Champions’ League final defeat against Chelsea. This same player would then be roundly jeered by his own team’s own supporters during a […]

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FC Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Borussia Dortmund: Arjen Robben’s Famed Left Foot Wins It for Bayern

by Travis Timmons

In a classic Champions League final, FC Bayern Munich defeated Borussia Dortmund (BVB) 2-1 at Wembley Stadium in London. Arjen Robben was the hero for Bayern when he scored a goal in the 89th minute, breaking a 1-1 tie. Dortmund were not able equalize in the game’s final moments, as Bayern won their 5th European […]

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