While all the talk has been pertaining to the new coach Nico Kovac that Bayern have appointed, we delve into the transfers that the club will probably be doing this summer.
Bayern crushed a courageous Augsburg side scoring 4 goals and conceding an own goal to win an unprecedented 6th Bundesliga title. Here are some of the thoughts for today’s match.
Hungry to win and equal their longest unbeaten record of 23 matches Germany face Brazil in their second friendly of this international break. Joachim Löw is most likely to experiment with rotation.
With preparations going strong as we inch towards the World Cup, let’s see what ammunition the Germans can unleash on their Spanish counterparts in a friendly on Saturday.
FC Bayern take another decisive step towards their treble dream under their most successful coach, Jupp Heynckes, by winning comfortably but maybe not so convincingly in Turkey.
Bayern visit Besiktas in a midweek Champions League second leg tie with the match seeming to be a mere formality. We could expect some rotation in a match that almost guarantees to win the tie.
Bayern will look to secure three points at home against Hamburg on Saturday. Let’s have a look at the lineup that the team would most likely implement.
Bayern have had a multitude of formations under Jupp Heynckes this season. We analyse what works best for the midfield and what does not.
Bayern were made to play under pressure in their 6:0 win in DFB-Pokal win at Paderborn. Under pressure, the defense came out on top with flying colors and Robert Lewandowski was the best man on the pitch.
Despite winning comfortably at Mainz, Bayern did not act as a well-oiled machine we are hoping it does. Today’s thoughts are based more on what I saw as weaknesses in the game from Bayern’s perspective.