Following the success of our first Champions League Cook-Off, BayernForum’s two cooking maestros – Dumbledore7 and #12 – have decided to take on each other once more. Inspired by Bayern’s trip to Madrid for the first leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final, they have decided to produce a dish inspired by a mixture of Spanish and German cuisine. Read on to see they’ve come up with, but be warned… you’ll be feeling hungry by the end of it. Continue reading
Following recent events, I have decided to pick an option for this month’s poll which was not the most popular option for this month. If Bayern qualify against Man United, I will keep this poll up for all of April. If we are eliminated next Wednesday, the question chosen by the members will be set up on Thursday for the rest of April. Continue reading
Our monthly poll is back. This month’s topic of discussion, chosen by members, is Philipp Lahm’s ideal position on the field. Should it be right-back, or should it be defensive midfield? Or do you think it is a position he less commonly plays in? What is your opinion? Continue reading
The results of BayernForum.com’s first ever Monthly Poll are in, and while the difference between the two leading options is only slight, one conclusion can be drawn: the fans do not want Bayern to radically change into a strikerless team.
The question asked was: Do you think Bayern have played better with or without Mandžukić this season? 50% of the voters (9 users) said it made no difference, while 44% of the voters (8 users) voted With Mandžukić. Only 1 voter felt that Bayern are better off playing without a real striker. Continue reading
In August of 2012, Sir Alex Ferguson stated that “the game’s [football] gone mad”, referring to the insane amounts of money being thrown around by clubs today. A year later, the situation is even worse. Last summer Real Madrid famously broke the world record transfer fee by paying around €100 million to acquire the services of Gareth Bale. Regarding this transfer, one could extend Ferguson’s statement to “humanity has gone mad”. This is because in order to pay this abnormal fee, Real Madrid took a loan from a failing bank bailed out by the European Union (EU). Continue reading
We all had one dream
In which we did believe.
Now was the time
To all our dreams achieve. Continue reading