Tag Archives: Juan Arango

Hinrunde Review: Borussia Mönchengladbach and Favre’s Redux

by Andrew Wohlfort

You cannot have any Gladbach-related conversation without mentioning Marco Reus, Dante, or Roman Neustädter. The beginning of last season was a euphoric experience for Gladbach. The team that survived certain doom the year before continued its great form under Favre and finished in a Champions League spot. It was special. When Marco Reus returned from […]

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Schalke 1 – 1 Borussia Mönchengladbach – Ineffective Schalke gift the Foals a point

by Niklas Wildhagen

Borussia Mönchengladbach haven’t won an away match in Gelsenkirchen since Udo Lattek coached Schalke in 1992. Today’s wasteful performance by the Royal Blues almost changed that. Schalke were going into this match only having won one of their last five matches in the Bundesliga. Out of the last ten matches between the two sides 9 of […]

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The Bundesliga Week of Brilliance

by Gerry Wittmann

Rarely does a domestic league exhibit such startling brilliance as this past week involving Bundesliga clubs.  While Fanatic readers are most likely well aware of the annual Bundesliga lead among the top five European leagues in attendance and goal-scoring, for the uninitiated and those still holding onto musty thoughts that Serie A, La Liga and […]

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Bundesliga Players on International Duty this Weekend

by Gerry Wittmann

Once again Bundesliga players represented their home nations across the globe during the first round of games of the international break.  Stuttgart’s  Vedad Ibišević scored a hat trick, while Jefferson Farfan of Schalke had a brace and Bayern München’s Manuel Neuer as well as Wolfsburg keeper Diego Benaglio registered clean sheets over the weekend in international play. […]

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Dynamo Kyiv 1 – 2 Borussia Mönchengladbach – Favre faces Ukrainian Cul De Sac

by Cristian Nyari

Borussia Mönchengladbach nearly pulled off the impossible and nearly came from behind in Kyiv to advance to the group stage of the Champions League. Alas, their 2-1 win in the Ukraine was not enough after losing 3-1 in the first leg and will have to find consolation in the Europa League.  Despite an admirable comeback […]

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Season Preview – Borussia Mönchengladbach – Can Favre deliver more success after spending spree?

by Jonathan Lines

In the space of fifteen short months, Borussia Mönchengladbach went from being almost guaranteed relegation from the Bundesliga to the Champions League qualifying rounds. In that time, coach Lucien Favre created possibly the best defence in the league out of the worst one, nurtured one of German football’s brightest prospects, Marco Reus, and built an […]

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Top 25 Bundesliga Players 2011/12 (10 – 6)

by Cristian Nyari

We resume our countdown of the Bundesliga’s best season’s best players as we narrow the list to the very best.  In this part we encounter the most prolific midfielder in the league, a player with the most cultured left foot in the league, one of its most brilliant playmakers, the Bundesliga’s most prolific ever Polish […]

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Borussia Mönchengladbach vs. 1. FC Köln 3–0: The Foals spoil Schaefer’s return.

by Niklas Wildhagen

Two minutes of magic in the second half and a brilliant Arango free kick secure the win in the Rhine derby for Gladbach. Frank Schaefer is the man who is supposed to rescure Köln from relegation in the last four matches of the season. Today’s task away against Borussia Mönchengladbach was a difficult opponent on […]

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Borussia Mönchengladbach 3 – 0 Schalke – Five Star Gladbach Seal it in the First Half

by Cristian Nyari

A masterful first half performance from Gladbach ensures they remain unbeaten in 2012 and leap over Schalke into third place in the standings.  Three goals in 30 minutes courtesy of Reus, Hanke and Arango silenced a lackluster Schalke who are now five points behind league leaders and rivals Dortmund.  Gladbach continue to impress, having lost […]

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Exclusive Interview with GolTV’s Juan Arango Part 2

by Gerry Wittmann

Last week the Bundesliga Fanatic posted part one of our interview with GolTV man for all seasons Juan Arango, where he discussed his thoughts on the Bundesliga and its fans.  This week Juan will discuss one of the best Brazilian players currently playing in the Bundesliga, defender Dante of Gladbach, along with sharing his insights on why Brazilian […]

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