Many people will agree that he is not ready for a team like Bayern. And maybe they will be right. The team played excellently in the first 7 games, with nothing pointing to the catastrophic weeks afterwards. And this is happening when Jupp left a team that had worked well overall but lacked some important elements. Continue reading
. . . and I’m beginning my work without wasting any time in the summer of 2018.
First of all, I’m not extending the contracts of Robben and Ribery. Continue reading
One of the hottest topics in German football today is the 50+1 rule. Long defining the German game, it has evoked a sense of pride among the fans, but as transfer fees for players continue to spiral completely out of control one needs to revisit whether the idea is still applicable to the modern game. Continue reading
Juan Bernat is an incredible player. Can we say that he is the most underrated player for Bayern in the last years, or is the fact that he’s sitting on the bench a normal thing for him? Continue reading
When you look back at the history of the Bundesliga, and the Champions League, you’ll need to dig incredibly deep to find a duo who have had a greater impact on a club like Robben and Ribery. Franck was once described by none other than Zinedine Zidane as the “Jewel of French football” – just before winning the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award. The same year Bayern won the treble. Everything was good in the old days, but this was the situation 5 years ago. In 2018 … Continue reading