Tag Archives: Jupp Heynckes

Comparing Bayern Munich and Barcelona’s record-breaking Champions League runs

by Susie Schaaf

Yet another box is ticked for the mighty Rekordmeisters.  The list of Jupp Heynckes’ accomplishments with his 2012-13 incarnation of Bayern Munich is massive– not only are they the first German team to win the illustrious, elusive treble– but it was done in clinical, devastating style; taking down records left and right along the way. […]

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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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A wet and soggy evening in München

by Rick Joshua

FC Bayern München would win the Bundesliga title in 1989/90 on the back of a spectacular sixteen-match unbeaten run and would head the final table six points clear of second-place 1. FC Köln, but for many the first season of the 1990s would produce one game that would rank highly in the memory of every […]

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Is this the best Bayern Munich of all time?

by Cristian Nyari

Bayern Munich have rewritten the history books this season. They become the first German club in history to win the treble.  More impressively, they did so in dominant fashion, disposing of some of the best teams in European football with relative ease and breaking records every which way.  With three trophies locked up in their […]

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Bayern Munich Treblemakers in Berlin

by Mark Lovell

It was fitting that Bayern Munich sealed an historic treble in a city steeped in its own history by downing VfB Stuttgart 3-2 in a gripping German Cup Final in Berlin. Bayern’s Thomas Müller talked pre-match about “rewriting history” and the Bavarians were as good as their word, becoming the first ever German side to […]

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Where do Bayern Munich go from here?

by Cristian Nyari

Bayern Munich finally got the trophy they’ve been craving for so long.  The win against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley will go down as one of the most cathartic and redeeming experiences in the club’s storied history.  After losing five of their last six finals going back to 1982, Bayern finally joined the winner’s circle again […]

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Gegenpressing for the Soul – How Borussia Dortmund pushed Bayern München

by quazi zulquarnain

As Phillip Lahm held aloft the Champions League trophy on the narrow Wembley balcony, the cameras panned, just for a second, to a shot of Robert Lewandowski. The Pole stood alone in the middle of the field, hand on hips, licking his lips, a rueful grimace etched across his face. For a second he watched […]

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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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Record-breaking Bayern Munich tune up for Champions League final

by Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich warmed up for the forthcoming Champions League final with a breath-taking 4-3 win against Borussia Monchengladbach. An impressive comeback win preserved Bayern’s unbeaten away record, sealing a remarkable 29th win in 34 outings. Sensationally, this leaves Bayern with just one defeat over the Bundesliga campaign. Treble-seeking coach Jupp Heynckes selected a full-strength side […]

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The Germans are Coming

by quazi zulquarnain

In typical fashion, the Germans spoiled the party. Come May 25, 2013, the English Football Association was due to celebrate a hundred and fifty years of incompetence, sorry existence, with the crowning glory of the second Champions League final in Wembley in three years. Football was coming home and with an English team defending their […]

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