Tag Archives: Lucien Favre

Season Preview 2014-2015: Borussia Mönchengladbach

by Eskender Tamrat

Nicknames: Die Fohlen (The Foals) Founded: 1 August 1900 Club colors: Green-black-white Primary Rivals: 1. FC Köln Fan Friendship: Liverpool F.C. Trophies: Bundesliga Champion (5): 1969-70, 1970-71, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77 DFB-Pokal Winner (3): 1959-60, 1972-73, 1994-95 UEFA Cup Winner (2): 1974-75, 1978-79 Stadium: Stadion im Borussia-Park (capacity: 54,047) (opened: 30 July, 2004) 2013-14 Finishes: Bundesliga: 6th (55 pts.) […]

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Juan Arango leaves ‘The Foals’ after five years

by Niklas Wildhagen

Many Bundesliga fans have been in awe of The Special Juan and his magical left foot. If ever the cliche of a player not being a great goal scorer, but a scorer of great goals, described a player accurately, it’d probably be applied to Arango. After five years of loyal service, the Venezuelan has chosen […]

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Bundesliga Coach Power Rankings: Winter Break Edition

by Randall Hauk

Happy New Year to the lovers of all things Bundesliga as well as the random curiosity seekers who stumble onto this while patrolling the internet for football discussion. And, of course, to my Mom, who reads what I write because that’s what moms do. With that out of the way, let’s get down to the […]

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Lucien Favre – The Architect behind the rise of the Foals

by Eskender Tamrat

The first five away games for Borussia Mönchengladbach, including a trip to Champions League participants Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen, couldn’t have gone any worse – only a single point was taken by the homesick club from a possible fifteen. But, became a thing of the past once Gladbach secured their first win on their […]

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Max Kruse’s late but accelerated rise to Bundesliga prominence

by Archie Rhind-Tutt

With age comes wisdom. For 25-year-old Max Kruse, age brought wisdom in the unorthodox form of repainting his Maserati in camouflage colours during the summer. But unorthodox is an accurate summation of both Kruse’s rise to prominence and subsequently to the German national team in the last few months. His age stands out when you […]

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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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De Jong Strikes Against Goalless Eagles

by Aleix Gwilliam

It has been over seven hours of football since Eintracht Frankfurt scored a goal, not since Srdjan Lakić scored in the 36th minute in the 0-2 win at the Imtech Arena against HSV a month ago. Today Eintracht showed a bit more threat in front of goal with the return of Takashi Inui from suspension […]

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Mike Hanke’s Contract Not Renewed by Borussia Mönchengladbach: What Went Wrong and What’s Next for Hanke?

by Chase Ruttig

Mixed in between the DFB Pokal headlines and hoopla over the past two days was the news that Borussia Mönchengladbach will not renew striker Mike Hanke’s contract. Signalling the end of Hanke’s days at the club and an awkward final few months for the striker who will now be demoted to hoping for the odd […]

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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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The Future That Favre Built

by Younis Sultan

After reaching the dizzying heights of the Champions League last season, Gladbach started their Bundesliga campaign in nervy fashion this year, accruing just one win in their opening six Bundesliga games. Despite the bad start however Gladbach lie 8th in the Bundesliga going into the winter break level on points with Stuttgart and Schalke and […]

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