Renata Borges is a shy lady: when BayernForum.com approached her for an interview, the wife of recently-imprisoned former FC Bayern defender Breno explained to us in her native Portuguese that she does not give any interviews, because she is scared of the media who she feels are not portraying the truth. However, nobody says no to an interview with BayernForum.com, so we are bringing you this highly exclusive interview! Continue reading
FC Bayern’s next game is against Hamburg and there might be a problem with the defense. With Daniel van Buyten and Diego Contento injured, Rafinha suspended and Breno unfit; Bayern Munich has only three true defenders available. Barring any injuries, Philipp Lahm, Holger Badstuber and Jerome Boateng are all sure to start on Saturday. This leaves one problem: who will be the fourth one? We have a few answers, but will any of them provide the team with enough defensive stability come Saturday? Continue reading
The contract of Bayern Munich’s Brazilian defender Breno Vinicius Rodrigues Borges, commonly known as Breno, expires this summer. When he was signed in January 2008, Breno was hailed by former Bayern legend Giovane Élber as being “already genuinely world class”. Four years and a number of injuries later, he has simply failed to live up to the expectations of him. In this article, we will review five reasons in favour of keeping Breno and five reasons why he should leave. Continue reading
Setting the Record Straight.
A parody, by TFlags.
Following a tumultous week, in which our Brazilian Center Back (the dedicated one) issued some positive comments about his current employer, he then managed to cause yet a second firestorm, again out of the blue, by posting an unexpected message using his own personal account in social network site Twitter. ‘… the team is messing with me’ read the now infamous twitt; shortly thereafter confirming he did post thy message himself. He said the message was in relation to him being played in the second team at FCB; something he resented the team learned the Twitter way. Continue reading